Ikemen Jiro and Tank Ledger def. Duke Hudson and Bryson Montana
Ledger is one WWE's newest sports-athlete-turned-wrestlers and seems to have a knack for it based on his personality and energy. Putting him with Jiro was a smart idea as they had fun chemistry and played off each other well. Meanwhile, Montana and Hudson were a weird combo and were pretty boring together. Nothing about the ring work was overly special, but it was decent and the crowd was into it.
Myles Borne def. Dante Chen
Borne cut another backstage promo beforehand and I thought he did well. He obviously needs a lot more seasoning, but if he can develop a character and connect with the crowd, he could be something. This was his second straight win and this time it came over one of Level Up's more established competitors in Chen. They had a very basic bout, but Borne gaining experience (and the victory) was what was important.
Ivy Nile def. Lash Legend
Nile hasn't been around that long, but she's as perfect of a person as anyone to be working with Legend, whose matches are very much hit or miss. She can be carried to a competent contest by the right opponent and that was the case here. It was far from the smoothest encounter, but I liked their dynamic and the finish in particular looked great. They made the most of the time they had.
Level Up is as developmental as it gets, even more so than AEW's Dark shows because at least most of those people have been wrestling a while. These are the ones WWE is seemingly grooming for the future and several people on NXT TV right now started on Level Up and 205 Live. This was a a middle-of-the-road episode with nothing too extreme one way or the other, but the main event ended up being a pleasant surprise and the opener was enjoyable as well.