Mojo Rawley def. Heath Slater
Rawley has been teasing a darker persona in vignettes that have been airing on and off since the beginning of the year, but they have yet to lead anywhere. He wore a hood to the ring with some sort of face paint. I don't know if that made him any more intimidating to me, but it's different, if nothing else. Meanwhile, I completely forgot Slater was still on the roster because he's barely on the show nowadays. This was a standard squash match for Rawley.
Cedric Alexander def. Cesaro
Well, this was weird. Cesaro's entrance wasn't even televised, which is really rare for Main Event. It was almost like WWE forgot this was being filmed for the show until after Alexander came out. Nonetheless, it's cool we were able to get a rematch from these two so soon after their entertaining encounter on Raw. It was a well-wrestled affair with a good flow on the whole and Alexander avenging his loss to Cesaro. Rubber match, anyone?
WWE Women's Tag Team Champions The IIconics def. Tamina and Alicia Fox (Non-title)
I thought it couldn't get any worse than the Nia Jax and Tamina tandem, but it appears that I was wrong. Here's hoping Fox and Tamina joining forces was a one-night deal and will not be a permanent pairing, because this was trash. It didn't last more than a minute and was a complete waste of time, leaving me to wonder why it even happened in the first place. Props to The IIconics for actually winning, but I suppose it doesn't matter unless it happens on Raw or SmackDown Live.
For the first time in several years, Main Event featured three matches. I have no clue whether this will be the norm for the show or not moving forward, but it would make sense given the depth of the Raw roster and how there's a lot of people who can never make television. It's better than the repetitive replays from Raw and SmackDown. I couldn't have cared less about the women's tag team match and Rawley vs. Slater, but Alexander vs. Cesaro Part 2 was fun while it lasted.