PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA– Thursday, March 14, 2019
Byron Saxton, Percy Watson, and Renee Young are on commentary.
Tyler Breeze defeats EC3. Breeze has a new facial hair pattern that makes it look like he’s trying out for the Vaudevillains and I don’t think I like it. EC3 dominates the early going with his strength, keeping Breeze grounded. This goes on for a short while before Breeze makes the spirited comeback. Breeze catches EC3 with a hurricanrana and cradles the legs to get the pin. Ugh. I like these guys, but how are these matches doing anything to help them out?
The Lucha House Party (Kalisto, Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado) defeat Jinder Mahal & The Singh Brothers (Samir Singh & Sunil Singh) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match. Last week we almost saw this same match, just swap Metalik out for Tyler Breeze. The LHP take early control and we go to commercial. When we come back, Sunil is in control of Kalisto. Eventually, Metalik gets the hot tag and he’s on fire. The referee loses control and there’s bodies flying everywhere. Sunil gets left alone in the ring and Metalik lands a top-rope elbow. Dorado follows with the Shooting Star Press to get the pin. Fine little match, but it’s time to move on from Jinder and the Singh brothers jobbing to every possible six-man babyface combination on the roster.
More people I like doing nothing of consequence or value on Main Event. I know it’s like, a D-show, but a little stakes or variety once in a while would be nice.
Tags: Jinder Mahal, Lucha House Party, Main Event, Tyler Breeze, WWE