The stars of Fight Club Pro welcome the stars of Mexico to The Hangar to show off their International Tecnico’s.
Fight Club Pro Title: Champion Dan Moloney defeated Rey Horus via pinfall with the Drilla Killa.
Post-match, Kurtis Chapman appeared to confront Moloney (as this is a rivalry that transcends promotions, apparently) and Mad Kurt is sent packing with a Drilla Killa.
Kurtis Chapman defeated The O.J.M.O, Ethan Allen, Luke Jacobs, Connor Mills and Omari via pinfall when Chapman countered O.J.M.O’s half crab into a cradle.
Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix) defeated Moonlight Express (Mike Bailey & MAO) via pinfall with the double stomp/package piledriver combination.
Jordan Devlin defeated Fight Club Tag Team Champion Trent Seven via pinfall, with the Devlin Side.
Post-match, Chuck Mambo appeared and brought up him having no direction in Fight Club Pro until the Infinity Tournament where he pinned Jordan Devlin. He challenges Devlin to a match because if Devlin considers himself number one contender to the Fight Club Pro title, shouldn’t Chuck Mambo? An incensed Devlin drops Mambo with the Devlin Side and calls him a “weekend warrior” when Devlin is a “professional athlete”.
La Rebelion defeated More Than Hype via pinfall.
Mike Quackenbush defeated Tyler Bate via pinfall.
Post-match, Mike Quackenbush offered his hand in respect to Tyler Bate, who walked away.
Kurtis Chapman then appeared and was dropped by Dan Moloney once more. Pete Dunne than rocked up gave Chapman The Bitter End for the bants.