Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese def. Matt Martel and Sunil Singh
After having what felt like a million matches against each other, Ever-Rise and The Bollywood Boyz apparently put their differences aside and announced a truce, leading to one member from each team pairing up take on Daivari and Nese. I don't know who the babyfaces were supposed to be, but it was a decent match nonetheless with the right team going over.
August Grey def. Jake Atlas
These two were supposed to go one-on-one last week before Daivari interjected himself and made it a Triple That that he ended up winning. That was fun, but it was equally enjoyable even without Daivari involved. Both of these guys need wins right now, but Grey is the fresher faces of the two and I was glad he picked up the victory. The finish felt a bit abrupt, but otherwise, this was an entertaining affair. Of course, Daivari and Nese had to crash the party by laying out both babyfaces afterward. I assume this leads to Grey and Atlas vs. Daivari and Nese next week.
In addition to the aforementioned matches, we also got recaps from Wednesday's NXT with Legado del Fantasma advancing in the men's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic and Santos Escobar successfully defending his NXT Cruiserweight Championship against Curt Stallion. I didn't need to see Daivari all over the episode personally, but both bouts were pretty good and resulted in this being a quality show. I also appreciated how they seemed to set up a match for a future episode at the end there.