AEW World Champion Jon Moxley def. "Daddy Magic" Matt Menard in an AEW World Championship Eliminator Match
Moxley was originally scheduled to team with Wheeler Yuta to take on Menard and Angelo Parker, but Yuta being double-booked for a New Japan Pro-Wrestling event caused him to miss this show, turning it into a one-on-one affair with Moxley and Menard instead. As much as I enjoy Menard, I don't know if it was necessary for him to look competitive in there with Moxley. I guess they had to kill television time somehow. The crowd loved Moxley, if nothing else. We also got the setup for Moxley against Lee Moriarty next week on Dynamite.
Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo def. Tank Ledger
I believe this was only the second match Ledger has had on Level Up, and while he's far from ready for TV, he definitely has a presence about him that should take him far in WWE if he can continue to develop his in-ring skills. Lorenzo has been around for a bit, so he was a good person for Ledger to work with. This was a fairly basic bout, but I thought Ledger held his own and had a competent showing.
Trey Miguel def. Alan Angels in an Impact X-Division Championship Tournament Quarterfinal Match
It was cool to see Angels return to IMPACT after challenging Mike Bailey for the Impact X-Division Championship three months ago. He's a nice fit for the X-Division if he sticks around. Miguel feels like just another guy on the roster at this point despite having so much momentum at one point, so I'm glad he advanced in the tourney. This was a quality contest from two skilled athletes.
24/7 Champion Dana Brooke def. Kiana James (Non-Title)
I'm convinced Triple H forgot Brooke was still on the roster and that's why the 24/7 Championship hasn't been deactivated yet. I mean, he's been running WWE Creative for three months now and it hasn't been featured on Raw once, so why is it still a thing? This was another open challenge from Brooke, and James might be the most random NXT name to appear on Main Event yet. She's far from ready for the main roster as she's incredibly inexperienced, so I'm not sure why she was even in this spot. To her credit, she did fine and the match wasn't as awful as I thought it would be, but James attacking Brooke afterward makes me worried a rematch is coming.