Mansoor def. Tehuti Miles
This was the same match that opened the show last week. It wasn't amazing enough that anyone was begging for a rematch, but it was another opportunity for Mansoor to showcase his skills and pick up a victory. Miles had a good showing as well and it was a decent matchup. That said, it looks like any attempt to make Miles a "star" on the show following his win over Danny Burch a while ago is already over based on how he's been booked since then.
Tony Nese def. Chase Parker
Nese teamed with Isiah "Swerve" Scott to beat Ever-Rise two weeks ago. The outcome of this contest was never in doubt, but at least it was well wrestled and didn't last longer than it needed to. I also appreciated that Nese won clean and that Matt Martel didn't run in for the disqualification. It appears another tag team match could be coming up soon since Scott saved Nese from enduring an attack at the hands of Ever-Rise afterward.
It was great to see (er, hear) Vic Joseph back on commentary after he was removed from the Raw announce booth earlier this year. Drew Gulak joined him here and they were terrific. However, the matches weren't anything out of the ordinary. It was a solid show on the whole and I liked that they replayed the Legado del Fantasma vignette from this week's NXT, but there's nothing you need to see from this episode.