August Grey def. Ariya Daivari
August Grey is still a stupid name and will probably always be stupid, but that's probably because I'm just not used to it yet. On the bright side, he's held his own against everyone he's stepped in the ring with so far on 205 Live, including Daivari. It's well documented that I couldn't care less about Daivari, but this was a pretty fun opener, largely thanks to Grey. I'm glad he went over as 205 Live should be focused on building up new talent and Grey fits that bill. Daivari doesn't have a ton to offer whereas sky is the limit for Grey.
Universal Champion Roman Reigns Confronted Jey Uso
Reigns specifically told Uso to leave the building after Uso failed to win for Team SmackDown at Survivor Series, and although Uso stick around to help Reigns defeat Drew McIntyre later in the night, apparently that didn't make up for his incompetence in Reigns' mind. Reigns still scolded Uso here and it made for a strong segment that successfully set the stage for the rest of the night. Uso has done such a good job of "falling in line" with Reigns that I hope they're together for the long term.
NXT Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Devlin def. Amir Jordan
It's cool that Devlin is still able to defend the Cruiserweight title. He was the original champion after all and I'm hoping he'll be able to travel soon so we can get him against Santos Escobar in a unification match on NXT. As for this outing, it was decent. Jordan wasn't a very compelling challenger for Devlin as there was zero reason to believe he was going to win, but it was well-wrestled while it lasted.
RETRIBUTION Attacked Gobbledy Gooker on Miz TV Hosted by The Miz and John Morrison
When was the last time Miz TV was held on Main Event? 2013? It was a nice get for Main Event, which rarely if ever features storyline development, and I appreciated that Mustafa Ali got to explain why the rest of RETRIBUTION look the way and have the names they do. He said something similar on Raw Talk about a month ago. I realize the same amount of people probably watch Raw Talk that watch Main Event, but I'm glad he had the chance to cut that promo again. The rest of the segment was weird with R-Truth and Gobbledy Gooker running down to the ring and Gooker being laid out by RETRIBUTION. Hey, at least it wasn't Mr. Money in the Bank taking the beating.