Valentina Feroz def. Amari Miller
Both of these women have been in action on 205 Live for the past two weeks. The issue still stands, though: They're green and shouldn't be working with each other but rather with more experienced people on the roster. That's why everything they did was so simple and basic because I'm not sure they know how to do much more. It wasn't awful by any means, but mediocre might be the right word to describe it. I'm all for women competing on this program, but they aren't going to gain anything from being in the ring with each other.
Boa def. Malik Blade
This marked Blade's WWE TV debut. We were told that he's the nephew of a notable NBA star (whose name escapes me at the moment) and that he trained under D-Von Dudley. As for Boa, I couldn't care less about the dude. In the two years he's been on NXT TV, he's done nothing for me and simply isn't very good. This was the most intense we've seen him to date and he had a solid showing, but the problem is that NXT is very inconsistent with his push, so I expect him to lose his next match on NXT. I was actually more impressed with Blade, who seems to have some potential.
Trey Baxter def. Andre Chase
Chase had more of a "breakout" moment with his one line during the wedding on Tuesday's NXT than he has at any other point in his runs on NXT and 205 Live thus far. He's a talented dude with an established background on the independent scene, but he screams generic to me. Baxter is a bit more interesting as a character and more fun to watch in the ring. They worked well together and had an enjoyable encounter to close out the show.
The three-match format was back this week and, personally, I'm not a fan. It gives matches less time, which is probably the point since most of these matches feature people that shouldn't be in the ring for more than a few minutes. Like I said a week or two ago, it looks like the days of 205 Live hosting some of the best wrestling of the week are long gone. The first two matches were below average, but the main event was enjoyable for what it was and saved this show from being a bust this week.