Mansoor def. Tehuti Miles
It's been months since we last saw Mansoor on WWE TV, but I'm glad he's finally back. He previously served as a commentator for 205 Live and was actually pretty good in the role, but I'm fine with him returning to the ring as he has improved quite a bit over the last two years. The issue is that he isn't featured enough for fans to care. For example, he beat Dolph Ziggler at Super ShowDown in February, but there was never any followup on his big win. This was a nice little match with the right winner.
NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar def. Oney Lorcan (Non-Title)
This was our first look at Escobar in action on 205 Live. I was super excited for this match on paper, but it never felt like it reached that next level. The fact they only got eight minutes didn't help, but at least they made the most of it while it lasted. I'm happy there wasn't any outside interference and Escobar was able to win on his own. As I said in my review of Night 2 of NXT The Great American Bash, it's great that Escobar has been booked so strong so far.
There was no progression of the story with Isiah "Swerve" Scott and Tony Nese after they teased forming an alliance last week, but that's likely because both competed on NXT this week and lost. What we got instead, however, was still entertaining, even though Corey Graves was back on commentary replacing Drew Gulak. The opener was exactly what it should have been and Escobar vs. Lorcan was fun even though it could have been better. Thumbs up for the Cruiserweights this week.