Braun Strowman and Ember Moon def. Finn Balor and Bayley
Well, it certainly looks like Moon is permanently replacing Alexa Bliss as Strowman's tag team partner this season, which is a shame because Team Little Big was one of the only reasons I was looking forward to this show returning. On the bright side, Moon isn't a bad substitute and she has nice chemistry with Strowman. It's not as strong as the chemistry Balor and Bayley have together, though. This was a very fun match where all four competitors worked well against each other and the right team went over.
WWE Champion AJ Styles and Charlotte Flair def. R-Truth and Carmella
Truth and Carmella are a completely wacky duo and I'm digging it so far. If nothing else, it's better than whatever the hell either of them were doing before their paired up. At the end of the day, they're comedic relief and they shouldn't have beaten Styles and Flair here, even if Flair entered this thing "hurt" from earlier in the evening. It wasn't as entertaining as the previous bout, but it was solid for what it was and the dancing stuff didn't bother me too much.
The fourth week of Season 2 of Mixed Match Challenge wasn't much different than the last few weeks in that the matches were a treat and featured some quality in-ring action, which made for an enjoyable episode on the whole. Of the two matchups for this week, I would recommend watching the first one, though the second one isn't a waste of your time, either. The half hour flies by.