We start off with a look at the wooing of Akira Tozawa by Titus O’Neil.
We are in San Diego, California and your announcers are Vic Joseph and Corey Graves.
Jack Gallagher is in the back and he is asked about his loss against Tony Nese and how will he do against Brian Kendrick. Jack says he let his gentlemanly manners get in the way. He let the scoundrel take adavantage of him. He will not let his guard down tonight.
While Jack Gallagher is in the ring, Brian Kendrick comes out dressed like Jack and he says if he looked like this every day, he would not look at himself. He says that Jack is a caricature that has grown stale. He calls Jack a joke and embarrassment. He says that Jack does not realize he is a laughing stock. England is one big embarrassment. Jack, you are no James Bond. You are no Kingsman. You are a pint sized version of William Regal and Brian says he is not laughing.
Match Number One: Jack Gallagher versus Brian Kendrick
Kendrick with a knee and forearms to the back. Kendrick with a side head lock. Gallagher with a side head lock. Gallagher with a headstand in the corner and Kendrick waits for him to come out of the corner. Gallagher with a European uppercut followed by a head scissors take down and another European uppercut. Kendrick with a boot and he mocks Gallagher. Kendrick Irish whips Gallagher chest first into the turnbuckles. Kendrick with a running forearm into the corner followed by a hard Irish whip. Gallagher with a forearm and drop kick.
Kendrick with a back body drop and an elbow. Kendrick hits Gallagher with the umbrella and the referee calls for the bell.
Winner: Jack Gallagher (by disqualification)
After the match, Kendrick continues the attack with the umbrella until officials force him to leave the ring.
Drew Gulak is in the back and he is asked about his match against Mustafa Ali, but he is shown what happened last week when Ali beat Gulak. Gulak complains about how they showed the one time that Ali got lucky. That clip proved the message behind his No Fly Zone. Could Mustafa Ali beat him with some flashy move? Drew says he may have lost the match, but it allows him to tell everyone “Safe and Sound . . . Feet on the Ground”
Mustafa Ali shows up and he wants to know why does Drew Gulak despise these show offs? What is there to hate about exciting, high flying moves? or is high flying something Drew cannot do?
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Mustafa Ali versus Drew Gulak
They have some words and Drew pushes Ali. Ali tries for a take down but Gulak blocks it. Ali goes for a take down but Drew with a punch. Ali with a chop to Drew but Drew with an Irish whip. Gulak runs into an elbow. Ali comes off the turnbuckles but Drew with a boot to the chest. Drew with more boots to the chest. Drew slams Ali and sends Ali’s legs into the ropes. Drew gets a near fall. Gulak works on the neck. Gulak with a knee to the midsection followed by a clothesline and he gets a near fall.
Gulak with a reverse chin lock. Ali and Gulak with standing switches but Gulak suplexes Ali into the turnbuckles and gets a near fall. Gulak with a side head lock and he runs Ali’s face along the top rope. Gulak with a forearm and wrist lock. Ali with a satellite DDT and both men are down. Ali with a running back elbow and a head scissors to Gulak. Gulak with an Irish whip but Ali avoids a splash and Ali with a round kick. Ali with the rolling neck breaker for a near fall.
Ali puts Gulak on the turnbuckles and connects with a forearm. Ali sets for a Frankensteiner but Gulak pushes Ali off the turnbuckles. Gulak thinks about a high flying move and he goes to the middle turnbuckle and then he struggles to go up top. Gulak misses a Superfly splash and Ali with a crucifix for the three count.
Winner: Mustafa Ali
Vic and Corey talk about whether Neville is being distracted by Titus O’Neil’s actions.
Noam Dar and Ariya Daivari are in the locker room and Noam apologizes to Ariya and he says it was a misunderstanding and it was all Cedric’s fault. Dar says he will pay him back.
Daivari says $15,000 means nothing to him. He would not waste his time to bend over and pick it up if he dropped it on the floor.
Dar says he is happy he does not have to pay Ariya back because he is broke after everything with Alicia.
Alicia calls Noam and he takes the call but Daivari hangs up.
Daivari says he does not want Dar’s money but he still owes him. Daivari destroys Dar’s phone.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Three: Cedric Alexander versus Ariya Daivari
They lock up and Daivari with a wrist lock. Alexander with a reversal. Daivari with a knee and chop to Cedric but Cedric with a waist lock. Daivari with a standing switch and then Alexander floats over and hits a head scissors followed by a drop kick. Alexander is sent to teh apron and Cedric with a shoulder and he goes for a springboard clothesline and he hits it and gets a near fall. Daivari with a kick when Alexander charges into the corner. Alexander with an elbow but Daivari hip tosses Alexander into the turnbuckles and both men have trouble getting back to their feet. Alexander goes to the floor.
Daivari with a drop kick off the apron and then he sends Cedric back into the ring for a near fall. Daivari with a chin lock. Daviari with a sleeper and he grapevines the body. Alexander tries to get to the ropes and his foot lands on the rope to force Daivari to release the hold. Daivari with a chop but Alexander with a chop. Alexander blocks a kick and hits a back elbow. Alexander with a handspring round kick for a near fall.
Dar comes to the ring and Alexander sees him. Alexander goes for a springboard move but misses Daivari. Alexander with an inside cradle for a near fall. Dar gets on the apron again and Alexander kicks Dar off the apron. Daivari with a hammer lock short arm clothesline for the three count.
Winner: Ariya Daivari
After the match, Dar attacks Cedric and punches him. Dar with more punches to Alexander followed by kicks.
Dar gets on the mic and he says he knows Alicia is at home recovering and he would love to be on FaceTime with her, but Cedric Alexander’s chapter is over. He has defended her honor and they can move on.
Neville walks in the back as we go to commercial.
We are back and it is time for the King to come out and address his subjects.
Neville says in two weeks at Great Balls of Fire, he defends his WWE Cruiserweight Title against the next so called challenger. This time, the individual is someone who has been misguided and misled. He does not appreciate the gravity of the situation he has found himself in. The delusional WWE Universe thinks he has a snowball’s chance in hell of beating him. The man he speaks of is the wonder kid Akira Tozawa.
Neville says he is not dealing with the white noise known as Titus O’Neil. He says he sees a little lamb being led to the slaughter. If you like to give lessons Tozawa, the King of the Cruiserweights likes to give warnings. He tells Tozawa not to show up because if you do, you will be slapped in the face with a cold, harsh realization that you do not belong in the ring with him and you do not belong on the Neville Level. You can ask anyone who has been there before and you will get hurt.
Akira Tozawa comes out and Neville says he is happy to see the Flavor of the Month. He asks what does Tozawa want and Tozawa screams. Neville asks Tozawa if he understands what he is saying. Tozawa continues to scream. Neville tells Tozawa to stop while he continues to scream.
Tozawa with a series of kicks and Neville goes to the floor.
Tozawa continues to AH as we go to credits.