Tiger Turan def. Kenny Williams
I can't say this storyline with Williams being obsessed with finding out who is under Turan's mask has intrigued me much at all. I maintain that the person who has been stalking Williams lately isn't Turan but rather the returning Amir Jordan (his former tag team partner). I wish we would get to that payoff already because it's been dragging on for months. This was a decent match and Williams attacking Turan following his loss indicates this feud isn't over yet.
Josh Morrell def. Primate
What a weird match. Primate and T-Bone recently seemed to go their separate ways after turning on Eddie Dennis and I was hoping Primate would reunite with Wild Boar to reform The Hunt. Obviously, that's not the direction they're headed in. The future doesn't appear to be too bright for Primate if he's losing to the ultimate enhancement talent in Morrell. This was also fairly competitive, so it's not as if Primate dominated a majority of it. We'll see where this goes, but pushing Morrell out of nowhere feels random.
Trent Seven def. Tate Mayfairs
Seven has been the best thing about this brand since he turned heel, though I realize that isn't saying much since there really isn't anything else worth getting excited about. Unlike the previous match, this was indeed a total squash with Seven taking his time beating Mayfairs. Seven vs. Tyler Bate is what they're building to long-term, which is why they're going with Seven vs. Sam Gradwell for now and I'm not complaining.
NXT UK Women's Champion Meiko Satomura and Sarray def. Xia Brookside and Eliza Alexander
It still remains to be seen whether Sarray is here to stay in NXT UK or not, but I sure hope she is because it's not like she was doing anything of note in NXT 2.0. Plus, she and Satomura make for a hell of a team as seen here. What's strange is that they were heavily protecting Brookside and Alexander prior to this point, and although they're not going to be buried by one loss, I'm surprised the heels lost because I figured they were building toward Satomura vs. Alexander for the title. If we're getting Satomura vs. Sarray instead, sign me up. This was a solid main event.
NXT UK remains in a rut, and based on news I read earlier about an injury to a top star, things are going to get worse before they get better. Was this a terrible show? No, but it wasn't terribly exciting, either. The opener was well wrestled, but I'm not invested in that angle whatsoever. The middle two matches were throwaway squashes and the main event was the best thing on the entire episode despite only being slightly above average.