Melbourne's own Buddy Murphy fought Cedric Alexander for the Cruiserweight title. The close saw Alexander hitting a Spanish Fly, followed by the Lumbar Check. However, Murphy kicked out in shocking fashion, just before three. He came back by delivering a knee a bit later, as Alexander flew at him. From there, he connected on Murphy's Law to finish Alexander for the pinfall, and became the new Cruiserweight Champion. It made for the first-ever Australian star to capture a WWE singles title.