Ikemen Jiro def. Myles Borne
Borne has been making more and more appearances on Level Up as of late, so it certainly seems like officials see something in him. He still comes off as generic, but he held his own here, so there was that. As for Jiro, he remains the gatekeeper of Level Up and is very over with this audience. They had a fairly basic bout, but this crowd's enthusiasm for Jiro made it more enjoyable and Borne will continue to improve by working with the more established talent.
Elektra Lopez def. Sol Ruca
It was nice to see Ruca receive some mic time backstage right before this bout. She's obviously very green and inexperienced, but she appears to have potential based on her athleticism alone. Unfortunately, she won't get much better facing opponents like Lopez. No disrespect to Lopez, but she's still not very good. There wasn't much to this match at all. Keeping it on the shorter side was definitely for the best in this case.
Andre Chase and Bodhi Hayward def. Bronco Nima and Lucien Price
I'm not familiar with Nima or Price whatsoever as I believe this marked their respective Level Up debuts. They were fine, but this was all about Chase U, who are beloved by this crowd. It's well documented that Chase U does nothing for me personally, but there's no denying over they are with this audience and that makes their matches more bearable (along with their cool-looking tag finisher).
Jiro and Chase U are regulars on Level Up and have developed a strong following with these fans as a result. They're mainly there to work with the newer talent and give them more experience. The matches are nothing out of the ordinary, but at least they were decent this week. It was a serviceable show with three passable matches. That's par for the course with this program, but I'd like to see the main events have higher quality eventually to make the shows more worthwhile.