• Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady def. The Lucha Dragons via Pinfall

The opening match was probably the best match of the night. Or at least on par with the main event. It didn’t last long, but it was fast and engaging the entire time. Cass pulling Enzo to the corner to tag himself in was the highlight of the match.

  • Alexa Bliss def. Carmella via Pinfall

The crowd wasn’t as involved with the match as much as I would have liked, and there was a back flip botch by Bliss. But other than that, the match consisted of some pretty good ring work on Bliss behalf.

  • Alex Riley def CJ Parker via Pinfall

Although I loved the crowd reception Riley received, I wasn’t as impressed with his performance as much as I wanted to be. And the finish was kind of lack luster. However, it did make me excited to see him in the ring with Owens.

  • Tyler Breeze def. Hideo Itami via Pinfall

We’ve seen this match before. Not as good as their matches before, but still entertaining.

While the last two episodes felt like they were lacking star power, NXT delivered a show closer to what they are known for with this one. And just like last week, it was a little shorter than usual. I’ve heard rumors that Big Show was cut from the show due to his match receiving a frosty reception. This could have contributed to the shorter length. But over all, an improvement over the last two weeks.