Javier Bernal def. Bryson Montana
This marked Montana's Level Up debut. I know nothing about him personally, but he had a perfectly fine showing in this match. It feels like Bernal loses far more than he wins and he has yet to really stand out, but this was a nice win for him. Nothing about the bout was out of the ordinary, but then again, it was too short to be anything substantial. If nothing else, Montana held his own in there and we'll see how he fares going forward.
Ivy Nile def. Yulisa Leon
Nigel McGuinness noted on commentary that this was a rematch from November. That didn't end well for Leon and I didn't think the outcome here would be any different. They had quality chemistry together and Leon was able to score some offense before eating defeat, so it was a serviceable match. On an interesting side note, it was announced this week on NXT UK that Nile will be contending for Meiko Satomura's NXT UK Women's Championship soon. Will that be where she suffers her first defeat?
Josh Briggs def. Quincy Elliott
Elliott started out extremely green, but I applaud him for improving every time he's out there. I'd still say he isn't quite ready to be on TV, but he and Briggs had a slightly-better-than-expected match with Elliott showing some charisma and the more-experienced Briggs holding it together. This turned into a fun little hoss fight down the stretch. Briggs is flying solo for the time being while Brooks Jensen is recovering from an injury (though he did accompany him to ringside here).
You pretty much know what you're getting with Level Up at this point, and that doesn't include above-average action. Rather, the show is supposed to serve as a platform for the newer faces to give them more exposure and experience. Needless to say, there isn't anything worth seeking out from this episode, but nothing was egregiously bad and it was a decent half hour of wrestling, so it was solid stuff all in all by this show's normal standards.