Roxanne Perez def. Sloane Jacobs
Perez is, of course, the former Rok-C. She hasn't been wrestling for very long, which is why I'm disappointed she had to change her name. Plus, Roxanne is obviously close enough to Rok-C, so at least it isn't something completely different. She's very impressive at only 20-years-old and she got to showcase her skills in this match. There wasn't much more to it than that, but I'm happy she won and the crowd was solidly behind her.
Damon Kemp def. Troy Donovan
Donovan and Channing Lauren appear to be a permanent pairing seeing as how Lauren was in Kemp's corner for this. As for Kemp, he's coming off an upset victory over James Drake two weeks ago (albeit with help from Edris Enofe and Malik Blade), so it was imperative he won here to keep his momentum going. Donovan had a decent showing, but Kemp came off as the brighter star. He continues to improve, which is encouraging to see.
Tatum Paxley def. Kiana James
Paxley teased a face-off with Natalya backstage on this week's NXT, so it was much more important that she won here than James. I'm not sure why this was positioned as the main event considering it was the weakest match of the three and wasn't anything other than basic. Maybe because Ivy Nile showed up halfway through to see if Paxley could impress her? This was passable, but I wouldn't have closed the show with it.
None of the three matches this week are worth going out of your way to see. I know this show isn't about the in-ring action, but usually the matches are better than what we got on this episode. That said, it was awesome to see the former Rok-C in the opener and I thought she shined along with Kemp in his match. It was an average edition of Level Up on the whole and hopefully we can continue to see more of the fresher faces (if only so they can get more experience).