Curt Stallion def. Ariya Daivari
Stallion has been at odds with Daivari and Tony Nese lately, so this was his chance to seek some redemption. I was happy he won because Daivari has been protected quite a bit lately and thus Stallion beating him meant something. Plus, 205 Live desperately needs to build up fresh faces on this show and Stallion is a nice fit for the division. Daivari's matches don't excite me in the slightest, but it was well-wrestled and served its purpose in giving Stallion a credible victory.
Universal Champion Roman Reigns Confronted Jey Uso
This storyline has been the best thing going in WWE since it started and even though Reigns has defeated Uso twice before, it's still continuing to capture my attention. They had a strong back-and-forth here with both guys cutting great promos. I loved the note they ended this segment on as they left you wanting to see what's going to happen next. It was also an effective hook for the night's main event.
Aoife Valkyrie def. Dani Luna
Valkyrie has been built up quite nicely since arriving in NXT UK's women's division, which feels like it's lacking at the moment with Rhea Ripley and Toni Storm moving on to NXT. She's been kept undefeated and that streak stayed intact here. Luna is talented in her own right and she had a good showing here, but this was all about Valkyrie. Hopefully she'll enter a real program soon so can get some direction.
Humberto Carrillo def. Tucker
In case you were wondering, Tucker entered to his Heavy Machinery theme here (Otis got new entrance music at Hell in a Cell, so why not Tucker?) and changed up his look a bit by wearing generic black trunks. Although he's a competent wrestler, he does absolutely nothing for me on his own and that was evident here. Don't get me wrong, this was a perfectly solid match with good showings from both men, but I can't bring myself to care about Tucker as a singles heel. He turned on Otis at Hell in a Cell and wasn't even on Raw the next night to elaborate further on his actions. Not only that, he lost clean to Carrillo here. Yeah, it's safe to say this dude is doomed without Otis.