Sam Gradwell def. Kenny Williams
Williams tried to get out of the match by feigning an injury, but Sid Scala popped up on the big screen to let him know that he was fooled by his fake injury and that the match was still on. It seemed like Gradwell was headed for a face turn and now it's official coming out of this contest. It was a perfectly solid match, but I'm sure they could do better with more time. I had no issue with this being on the shorter side since we're clearly getting more matches between them with Williams cutting Gradwell's mohawk afterward.
Emilia McKenzie def. Angel Hayze
I'm not sure what they're going for with McKenzie. She was strongly positioned as Meiko Satomura's sidekick for a while, but they haven't leaned into that much lately. That's fine by me, but I also have minimal interest in her being the one to take the title from Satomura if that's the direction they're headed in. Nonetheless, this was a perfectly fine match designed to give McKenzie her first win in many months.
Stevie Turner def. Myla Grace
I feel like it's been a while since we last saw Turner on the show. As I've said before, she's already one of my favorites in the women's division because of the way she stands out from everyone else in addition to her obvious in-ring ability. There wasn't anything remarkable about this other than it being a bit more competitive than I was expecting. Turner should have been more dominant, but at least the win helps her get back on track.
Jordan Devlin def. Wolfgang
Much like last week, this was a very well-wrestled match that didn't feel like it belonged in the main event slot. I just get invested in Devlin facing/feuding with another member of Gallus. It really feels like he's reached his expiration point on the NXT UK brand and would benefit from a move to NXT 2.0. As a match, this was good stuff with the correct outcome. I could do without Wolfgang being in the main event again, though.
The lack of fans in attendance hasn't helped these shows at all along with how there isn't anything major that the brand appears to be building to. We're getting Moustache Mountain vs. Ashton Smith and Oliver Carter for the NXT UK Tag Team Championship next week and that's cool, but beyond that, what else is on the horizon? What other interesting or exciting storylines are going on at the moment? Not many, if any. This was a serviceable albeit completely missable show with literally nothing worth checking out.