Thought less of this bracketmania. The idea they wanted to get across – Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero are a world class team even if they don’t like each other – they did get across fine, but it didn’t leave a lot of interesting matches. There’s less order in these tournament matches than normal; it often becomes just a bunch of moves which exist just to set up pinfall break ups. It’s very artificial drama where drama exists at all. Niebla Rojo and Dragon Rojo were sort of presented like a surprise magic team, but were mostly advancing on the mistakes of others. Rush and Terrible may hate each other, but they still managed to dress alike.