Recap from Jesse Nguyen:
Gresham and Sabre Jr. start this tag match off. Some quick back and forth mat based offense gets the crowd into it right away. More back and forth holds until both members tag out, letting McKinnan and Scurll display their wrestling abilities. McKinnan rolls up Scurll for a two count in the first attempted pinfall of the match. Another pair of tags leads to the team of Scurll and Sabre Jr. taking the advantage with a double team in the corner. Doesn’t last long as Gresham leads Sabre Jr. into his corner for a tag. Quick tag lead to Sabre Jr. being stomped in the corner a bit. The two trade strikes until Gresham is able to land a roaring elbow. Gresham hiptosses McKinnan, who rolls through and knees Sabre Jr. right on the chin! Sabre Jr. surprises McKinnan with a kick and makes the tag. Offense is now being focused on McKinnan’s left arm. McKinnan hits Sabre Jr. with a belly to back suplex, which allows him to get a tag. Gresham in like a house of fire, making Scurll legwhip his own parter after eating an enzuguri. McKinnan and Sabre Jr. share kicks until both manage to land one on each other’s head! Scurll and Gresham in trying to hit each other. Scurll pops Gresham into the air and hits a Death Valley Driver! More fast paced offence leads to Scurll putting Gresham on the top rope. McKinnan comes in just in time to powerbomb Scurll off the top! Roaring elbow from Scurll takes out McKinnan! Gresham with a satilite DDT to Scurll! Sabre Jr. kicks Gresham’s head off! McKinnan gets his bearing straight and kicks Sabre Jr. right in the face! Gresham manages to get to the top and goes for the 450! Scurll gets the knees up! Scurll lifts up Gresham but eats a superkick from McKinnan! 1..2..Sabre Jr. saves the match! Sabre Jr. blocks a hurricana attempt, and Scurll comes in and kicks Gresham in the back of the head, leading to Sabre Jr. hitting a sick powerbomb! Sabre Jr. and Scurll hit Gresham with “See You Later”! (Michinoku Driver/ Dropkick combo) 1…2…3!
This is a match that starts off slow, then picks up as it keeps going. Sabre Jr. and Scurll show they are an established tag team with some good dual offense. McKinnan and Gresham did a good job, but they were obviously more suited to singles as their best came from the one-on-one encounters. It is a long match that doesn’t feel long at all. Only problem would be the audio spikes in the commentary, but you can’t fault the wrestlers for that. Good tag match from the teams, with some rough looking spots near the end.