Humberto Carrillo def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher
Once allied with Drew Gulak, Gentleman Jack Gallagher and Humberto Carrillo developed a mutual respect than led to a friendly rivalry. After teaming together against The Singh Brothers last week, the time had finally come for a singles contest to determine who was truly the better competitor.
Gallagher seized the upper hand by showing off his unorthodox style with a handstand in the corner. However, Carrillo did the same on the opposite side, and as the British Superstar attempted to seize control, Carrillo’s uncanny speed and agility gave him an edge.
Gallagher finally took decisive control after Carrillo avoided a baseball slide to the outside but was tossed into the barricade by a frustrated gentleman. Back inside the ring, Gallagher unloaded on his opponent with a series of kicks before unleashing his technical dominance.
Fighting through the pain, Carrillo turned momentum in his favor through pure grit and high-speed attacks, finally taking down Gallagher on the outside with a beautiful high-flying dive to the outside.
Gallagher executed a super belly-to-back suplex from the top rope but was unable to follow up with a pin as Carrillo barely rolled out of the ring. Frustrated, Gallagher charged forward, but Carrillo hip tossed his opponent into the barricade with brutal force. Exchanging strikes with Gallagher on the ring apron, Carrillo once again ascended the ropes and delivered a missile dropkick that dumped Gallagher back inside the ring.
Carrillo attempted a moonsault but was met by Gallagher’s boots. A fired-up Gallagher pressed forward, delivering a running dropkick and a dive through the ropes before attempting his own high-risk move that was countered by his opponent.
Both exhausted Superstars brawled in the center of the ring. The British Superstar hoisted Carrillo into the air for a suplex in a display of his strength. However, Carrillo countered with a huge DDT before executing the Aztec Press for the win.
After the match, both Superstars shook hands and embraced, proving that this match was rooted in mutual respect.