Xia Brookside def. Nina Samuels
The stipulation stated that the loser must serve as the servant for the winner for the next month. Brookside asked for this rematch after Samuels cheated to win their last match, but it was Samuels who asked for the stipulation because she's been obsessed with bringing her luggage to ringside with her lately. I don't know how this compared to their previous encounters, but it was decent. More importantly, Brookside continues to improve and her winning the feud was the right full. It's nice to see her winning some meaningful matches for a change.
Mansoor def. Drew Gulak
If you only know Mansoor from the appearances he's made on WWE's Saudi Arabia pay-per-views, he's been making strides on 205 Live over the last year. It makes no sense to me why he isn't featured at all on NXT and hasn't been given a shot at the NXT Cruiserweight Championship yet despite being undefeated in singles competition. He definitely isn't main roster ready, but it was cool to see him in action on Main Event. Gulak was the perfect opponent for him and this was a nice little match. My only complaint is that it should have lasted longer.
Dexter Lumis def. NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano (Non-Title)
Lumis and Gargano wrestle completely different styles, but that was actually made this match enjoyable. Lumis' shtick is unique (and not for everyone), but it meshes well with Gargano's heel comedy. They had an enjoyable opener and they nailed the psychology. I believe Lumis lost to Gargano a few months ago, so I figured he would win here to set him up for a future title shot and that was exactly what happened. That said, Lumis isn't the right guy to take the title off Gargano.
Jon Moxley def. Ryan Nemeth
Does anyone have a good reason why AEW continues to bring in Nemeth for enhancement matches outside of the fact he's Dolph Ziggler's brother? Because he's beyond beyond and nothing about him stands out as special whatsoever. Thankfully, Moxley beat him in short order before cutting a promo on his upcoming Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch with Kenny Omega at Revolution. I'm still not sold on the stipulation, but Moxley's delivery here was excellent and he left me intrigued to see how far they'll go.