Big Cass def. Titus O'Neil
Enzo Amore and Cass are such a popular fixture on Raw that I don't think them being on Main Event this week should be seen as a demotion in any way. In fact, I actually enjoyed their presence on the program because it was a nice change of pace from the usual crop of Superstars we tend to see week to week. The match itself was nothing special at a mere three minutes long, but it might have been for the better that it was kept short and sweet.
Tony Nese and Drew Gulak def. Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik
Nese received a more favorable reaction than the other three due to being a Long Island native, but aside from that, the match was mostly mediocre by Cruiserweight standards. The early goings were slightly sloppy, but they recovered well in the second half and put together a decent match. Unfortunately, the crowd sat on their hands for this until Nese scored the win for his team.
The addition of Enzo and Cass to this edition of Main Event made it more memorable than usual, but the episode on the whole was still average. Cass vs. O'Neil was a glorified squash match while the Cruiserweights had a pretty paint-by-numbers matchup. Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed Raw this week, so you might not mind sitting through the Raw recaps (and more specifically Braun Strowman's amazing attack on Roman Reigns).