Tony Neese, The Brian Kendrick, and Noam Dar vs Rich Swann, Akira Tozawa, and Jack Gallagher
Gallagher gives Swann and Tozawaumbrellass. Kendrick and Tozawa start of the match. Tozawa floors Kendrick but Neese attacks him from behind. Neese locks in a torture rack. Tozawa tags in Swann. The faces clear the ring and mock Neese’s pose. After a short break, Neese picks Tozawa up for a delay verticle suplex. Neese tosses Tozawa onto the top rope. The heels take turns beating down Tozawa. Neese jaws at the faces. Tozawa suplexes Neese and tags in Swann. Swann hits rolling thunder on Kendrick. Gallagher headbutts Kendrick on the apron. Kendrick locks in the Captain’s hook on Gallagher but Tozawa breaks it up with a shining wizard. Tozawa and Swann dive over the top onto Neese and Dar. Gallagher hits the gentleman dropkick on Kendrick for the win.
Winners- Rich Swann, Akira Tozawa, and Jack Gallagher
In Ring Segment: Sheamus and Cesaro
Sheamus thanks the crowd… for some reason. Sheamus asks if they know how good it feels to be set free. For the last few months, he has been living in a fog. He never liked the WWE Universe. A “you look stupid chant breaks out”. Sheamus says no, Matt and Jeff Hardy looked stupid laying on the mat last night. The people never liked Sheamus. They treated him like a red-headed step child. But Cesaro? There was the “Cesaro section” and Cesaro believed that the people would propel them to the top. Sheamus says he believed him until WrestleMania. The Hardyz stole their moment. Cesaro said these people felt a rush of excitement when any nostalgia act shows up. The WWE Universe gets distracted by every shiny new toy. They rather look at the past or the future instead of what is in front of their face right here, right now.