Drew Gulak def. Akira Tozawa
I thought both guys were heels, but considering they're not escaping Main Event purgatory any time soon, it hardly matters at this point. On the bright side, they're two talented athletes and thus this was a good match. It didn't reach the heights it would have two years ago when they were killing it on 205 Live, but for what it was, it was an enjoyable outing. Gulak picking up a rare win was also a pleasant surprise.
Angel Garza def. Gran Metalik
I couldn't believe it when the commentators mentioned that this marked the first-ever one-on-one encounter between these two. They've both been on Main Event for many months, so that was an interesting note. They worked well together, but much like Gulak vs. Tozawa, I knew they were capable of more. Still, they made the most of the time they had and did what they could. This is your weekly reminder that Garza should be a regular on Raw.
I've said this before, but it really is amazing that almost all of Raw's undercard currently consists of wrestlers that were on 205 Live a year or two ago. Hell, three of the four men who competed on this show are former Cruiserweight Champions, and Metalik came close to capturing the championship five years ago. Although you're not missing much at all if you don't tune in, both bouts were fun for what they were and made for a perfectly solid show on the whole.