Alicia Fox def. Dana Brooke
Fox and Brooke haven't had the greatest chemistry in the past, and virtually nothing has changed since their last singles outing because this was pretty abysmal. Fox dominated a majority of the match before Brooke had a brief comeback and then Fox emerged victorious. The crowd didn't have much to get excited about here considering how lifeless it was. Also, why bother having Brooke beat Mickie James last week only to have her lose to Fox this week?
Mustafa Ali and Akira Tozawa def. Drew Gulak and Ariya Daivari
While this wasn't as entertaining as some of the more recent Cruiserweight matches that have taken place on Main Event, it was still well-wrestled and all four guys gave it a nice effort. It helps that Gulak has feuded with Ali and Tozawa before, so they had that history built in. It's obvious audiences would be much livelier for the Cruiserweights matches if they were taped prior to SmackDown Live like how Main Event is taped before Raw, but WWE is too stubborn to make that change, unfortunately.
I rarely waste time watching the recaps from Raw and SmackDown Live, so basing this show solely off of the two featured matches, it was decent. The women's match was really not that good at all, so I'd advise skipping over that. As for the Cruiserweight matchup, they made the most of the time they were allotted, but even that wasn't anything you haven't seen before on Raw of 205 Live.