The Usos 4/6 vs Breezango 11/10. Owens has always been a good worker even when stuck in pointless feuds against Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.
The opening match of the night is usually one of the mid-level attractions with good work rate that doesn't require a dedicated video package ahead of time to hype it up. Then again, it's not like they're incapable of doing better and things would indeed change if they were in WWE, as is the case with everyone. Either way, this is one of that matches that can't be skipped. Right now, Shinsuke Nakamura is a "King of Strong Odds" as he's listed at 1 to 7 odds, or a moneyline price of -700 to win, while his first main PPV opponent, Dolph Ziggler is a 4 to 1 underdog, or +400. What more reason could you need to watch? Nonetheless, the two will compete in the title match on Sunday.
After a barrage of tweets between Randy Orton, Rip Rogers, Ricochet, Will Ospreay, Bully Ray and many others on the subject of indy wrestling and it being focused on dives and flips rather than the psychology of a match, many others have been weighing in on the situation. The young guys, like they said, they have a tendency to go out there and try to squeeze in every single move that they know. Those segments of television are the tools WWE Creative could stand to use more often to introduce characters to the masses and get them over before they set foot inside the squared circle. At this point, it doesn't even seem like Charlotte will still be a face, potentially turning on her teammates to allow the heels to win. People were surprised and shocked as Sami Zayn looked to be nearing a victory when two familiar faces showed up in the Bollywood Boys and gave an unsuspecting Jinder Mahal the chance to take the victory and launch himself into a spotlight that has been escaping him since he returned and before he was released. "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin is also a favorite over Sami Zayn.
The Usos, on the other hand, need the tag titles to maintain credibility as they continue to bounce back from the deep, dark abyss of mediocrity they found themselves in a year ago. Suffice to say, don't expect much from this one.
Luke Harper vs. Erick Rowan: Both of these guys have lost all direction ever since Bray Wyatt was traded to Raw.
Tye Dillinger vs. Aiden English: This is a simple mid-card match on the pre-show.
So which match-up are you waiting for?