I thought O'Brian's promo was average at best, the guy looks like a goof. Cameron was definitely the star of the tag team, I think. I marked for a rare BATEMAN sighting, but he just looked like Riley's bitch. Pac, Grey and Graves were the stars of the show. Decent, but not the best. I'd much rather Graves went for Big E than O'Brian, but oh well. I guess I'll actually be behind Big E for once.
I look forward to Adrian Neville, but I'm not sure what the future holds for Oliver Grey. Like it seems like he's just "The Other British Guy" to team up with PAC.
Graves is solid on the mic and is an amazing heel. I hope this program with Alex Riley is the first step to rebuilding Riley and bringing him back to the main shows. Maybe Graves can get called up and they can continue their feud on SmackDown.
Haven't watched NXT all that much since the new branding, so i'm not really familiar with some of these guys.
Some I know a little bit more because of their indy work like Kassius Ohno, who I think should get called up next to team up with Cesaro to form the KOW.
Too many main roster talents on this episode. It really irked me that Alex Riley and Derrick Bateman, two guys who should already be on the main shows got jobbed out. I don't like main roster guys being put into contention for the NXT championships, because it puts them in a no-win situation. They can't win the belts, but they can't lose either, because it makes them look weak if they're jobbing out to developmental guys. NXT guys and WWE guys should be kept separate or the main roster guys should at least be kept away from the people that WWE are actually trying to push.