Mansoor def. Akira Tozawa
The commentators are really playing up Mansoor's undefeated streak in singles matches, as he's won almost 50 matches straight over the last two years. I'm convinced Main Event and 205 Live aren't WWE cannon because the guy surely would have gotten a title shot by now if they were. Nonetheless, this was another fun little match from these two. Tozawa can make anyone look good and Mansoor is constantly improving. I can understand not immediately putting him on WWE or NXT TV two years ago following his huge Battle Royal win at Super ShowDown, but there's no excuse now.
Lince Dorado def. Drew Gulak
Apparently there was a bet where if Gulak won, he'd earn a thousand dollars, but if Dorado won, Gulak would have do to The Lucha House Party's laundry for a week. As stupid as that sounds, it actually made the match more enjoyable. Both of these guys are very talented, so this was unsurprisingly a quality contest. I'm honestly curious if Gulak regrets re-signing last year when he had the chance to leave when his contract expired in the spring. He's done absolutely nothing of note since.
This might have been the first time in years that both matches on Main Event had actual stakes. Okay, so the stakes didn't mean much, but it's better than doing the same matches over and over again for no reason. It helped that both bouts were entertaining while they lasted. Main Event has essentially become 205 Live-lite with who they've been featuring in recent months. It's improved the quality of the show, but it makes me wish WWE was doing more with them.