The Bollywood Boyz def. Ever-Rise
Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise interfered in last week's Fatal 5-Way main event, so I assume that was why they faced off here despite both teams being heel. It was a perfectly fine match albeit nothing special. Bollywood Boyz have been around forever and don't have much to offer in my opinion, so I wish Ever-Rise would have won in order to begin building credibility for themselves.
Ashante "Thee" Adonis def. Tony Nese
As I've said several times in the past, Adonis impresses me more and more every time I see him in action. He has a certain presence about him, but he definitely needs to establish a character for himself because I can't remember many promos he's cut lately. This was a quality contest with both guys looking great and Adonis scoring the upset victory was the right call. 205 Live needs to create new stars and it feels like they're in the process of doing that, which is encouraging.
In addition to the aforementioned matches, there was also a pre-taped promo from the number one contender to the NXT Cruiserweight Championship, Curt Stallion. He basically said he doesn't know when his title shot against Santos Escobar is going to take place but that Escobar better be ready. Personally, I'd book that bout at NXT TakeOver: WarGames IV on December 6th. As for this episode, it wasn't as strong as other editions from recent memory, but it was solid. Bollywood Boyz vs. Ever-Rise was whatever to me, but the main event was at least enjoyable and saw Adonis pick up a big win.