Kalisto, Lince Dorado & Humberto Carrillo def. Ariya Daivari & The Singh Brothers
The Lucha House Party were originally scheduled to face Ariya Daivari and The Singh Brothers, but a mysterious attack earlier in the day left Gran Metalik unable to compete. WWE 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick then decided that Humberto Carrillo – despite Lince Dorado’s objections – would join Kalisto and The Golden Lynx in the match. Because Carrillo found Metalik, Dorado was not coy in his suspicions that Carrillo had something to do with the attack.
Regardless, Carrillo, Dorado and Kalisto had to focus on the task at hand and unite against The Singh Brothers and Daivari – who has been trying to drive a wedge in The Lucha House Party. As the match got underway, Daivari delivered a series of strikes to Carrillo before the Mexican Superstar showed off his incredible lucha libre skills on The Persian Lion and Sunil Singh.
Although Kalisto was tagged in, Dorado quickly wanted in on the action, and before long, it appeared Carrillo and Dorado were trying to one-up each other. The trio of Dorado, Kalisto and Carrillo was not without its communication issues, as confusion of who made a tag led to Sunil Singh taking down Kalisto and giving his team control of the battle.
Daivari and The Singhs seemed to be much more in-sync as a first-time tag team than their opponents. Kalisto fended off The Singhs and attempted to make a tag to Lince Dorado, but The Golden Lynx was pulled off the ring apron. Instead, Carrillo entered the fray and turned up the pressure, putting Daivari and The Singhs on defense before Carrillo and Dorado seemingly got on the same page with a double superkick and high-flying air assault to the outside.
Flattened outside the ring, Daivari decided he’d had enough, and he left the arena and forced his tag team partners to fend for themselves. Back inside the ring, Carrillo took down Sunil Singh and prepared the Aztec Press. However, as Carrillo left the top rope, Dorado tagged himself in and followed up with a Shooting Star Press to score the pinfall.
Dorado and Carrillo didn’t show any obvious animosity after the bout and celebrated the victory together.