Kelani Jordan def. Stevie Turner
Apparently we hadn't seen Turner in a televised singles match since November. I don't think she's been hurt this whole time, so I have no idea why she was gone for so long. I've given up on the idea that she'll ever be involved in anything meaningful on NXT TV, so losing to others is pretty much her role at this point. Jordan winning was never in doubt given the vignettes that have aired for her on NXT TV recently, but they had a serviceable match.
Javier Bernal def. Keanu Carver
With Carver being a dominant dude and Bernal being the resident jobber of NXT, I figured it was a foregone conclusion that Carver was winning. I know Bernal has been around for a while, but I'd still consider this an upset. Carver continues to show signs of potential. He looked impressive while on offense, which Bernal sold well. He isn't TV ready quite yet, but these reps on Level Up are helping.
Myles Borne def. Tavion Heights
As I've said before, I like this gimmick No Quarter Catch Crew has with their matches where you don't know which member is wrestling until the bell rings. They're never going to be a force to be reckoned with on NXT, but they're the perfect people to be working with the newer talent like Heights to aid in their development. Of course, Borne has a similar experience level to Heights, but they had a well-wrestled match here.
This was your run-of-the-mill edition of Level Up, but I mean that in a good way. Most of these talents are experienced enough to where all three matches were at least decent, so it wasn't one of those weeks where they filled the show with green rookies. The women had an average affair, Bernal beating Carver was unexpected, and the main event was solid. I maintain the two-match format is better than the three-match format, but this was an adequate episode.