High Spots: Ricochet and John Morrison showed out here once again and did their damndest to impress. They regularly stole the show on Lucha Underground and they made sure to remind everyone that they have it in them to still deliver greatness in the ring. The ending was shit, yes. But it's obviously setting up a rematch for the near future, so at least there’s a silver lining to it all. I’m really digging this whole Mustafa Ali and Mansoor deal. Their match was set up as another teachable moment for the naive Mansoor from the realist in Ali - it looks like Ali is going to push Mansoor further down the path of the dark side and gain a new ally in the process. Color me intrigued then!
Matt Riddle’s wacky demeanor and corny ass promos are annoying as all hell. But the man makes up for it by producing good to great matches on a weekly basis with a nice variety of opponents. He and AJ Styles got into it and ended up providing one of the few in-ring highlights of the evening. But once again, we got a lame finish here so it gets docked a few points for that unfortunate misstep. And for the main event, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods clashed with Bobby Lashley and MVP in a pretty solid tag team encounter. Thanks to Kofi’s winning pin, it’s quite clear that WWE wants us to believe that he may just have a fighting chance at regaining the WWE Championship. I know it’s not gonna happen at Money in the Bank, but kudos to WWE for at least pushing Kofi as a legit threat again.