Peyton Royce def. Billie Kay
This was a rematch from when the former IIconics went one-on-one for the first time on Raw last month. It's strange how they were together for as long as they were and then were just abruptly broken up with no real follow-up. They've made an appearance or two on Raw since their split, but that's about it. This wasn't anything out of the ordinary. In fact, it was pretty much exactly what you'd expect from them. Kay was passable, but Royce can go a lot farther as a singles star in my opinion. This might be the last time we see them in the same ring together before the Draft (hopefully) puts them on separate shows.
Andrade def. Akira Tozawa
I remember these two having a pair of hot matches on Raw in the past year and I was hoping we'd get something similar from them here. I was worried we wouldn't because of how Tozawa has been a joke since becoming a ninja a few months ago, but they actually went all out and delivered a banger of a bout. Andrade hasn't been the same since dumping Zelina Vega, but this served as a fine example of how talented he truly is. The same can be said for Tozawa, too. This was a really fun match for the time given.
I suppose the battle of the former IIconics was notable, but I can't say the match did anything for me, personally. It wasn't terrible, so there was that. Thankfully, Andrade vs. Tozawa was much better and an absolute blast for as long as it lasted. I can't possibly recommend watching the replays from Raw and SmackDown as once is enough, but make time for Andrade vs. Tozawa if you have a few minutes to spare.