Ever-Rise def. The Bollywood Boyz in a Tornado Tag Team Match
I don't know if the feud between these two teams has been that heated to justify this match having tornado rules, but I'd be lying if I said it didn't benefit from the stipulation. The heel vs. heel dynamic was once again weird because viewers didn't have much of an incentive to cheer one team over the other, but it was fun for what it was and I appreciated how they constantly kept things moving. Ever-Rise picking up their second straight win over The Bollywood Boyz was the right outcome seeing as how they've been all over NXT lately and could use the credibility.
Jake Atlas def. Tony Nese
On a random side note, Atlas' new theme song sounds great. He and Nese have had a handful of matches this year, including a few weeks ago on NXT when Atlas beat Nese on NXT. This was much more competitive and more enjoyable as a result. I was glad they got the time to work with and Atlas winning despite the interference from Ariya Daivari was a pleasant surprise. It's cool that Atlas is being built up because 205 Live needs the fresh faces.
I wasn't sure what to expect from Bollywood Boyz vs. Ever-Rise after their original encounter didn't do a ton for me, but the rematch on this show was one of the better bouts I've seen Bollywood Boyz have while Ever-Rise continue to impress. Atlas vs. Nese was even better and served as an entertaining main event on what was a solid show on the whole. My only complaint is that it would have been nice to get some progression for the Santos Escobar vs. Curt Stallion rivalry because that NXT Cruiserweight Championship match should be coming up soon.