Apollo Crews def. Greg Leslie
Crews went from losing on last week's episode to Finn Balor to beating a local athlete on this week's. It's safe to say Main Event is primarily where Crews is going to reside as long as he's on the Raw roster, and I don't think his fortunes would change much if he went to SmackDown. His was his first win a while, but the match itself was hardly anything exciting. It served as a simple squash and that's about it.
Shelton Benjamin def. T-Bar
Between Benjamin facing T-Bar this week and Cedric Alexander facing Veer Mahaan last week, you'd think The Hurt Business are basically babyfaces at this point, but I think WWE just puts them wherever they need them at this point. Benjamin played the face role in this match and a portion of the post-WrestleMania crowd was behind him, but I was underwhelmed by this outing. It should have been better given the level of talent involved, but nothing seemed to stand out about it.
I was in attendance for this edition of Main Event before Monday's Raw was taped right afterward and I was disappointed that it was mostly standard stuff. I'm not saying there should have been a barn burner, but it would have been nice to see some different faces, even if it was one of the upcoming NXT call-ups getting a look. Instead, we were subjected to a Crews squash and a mediocre match between Benjamin and T-Bar. In other words, there's nothing to see here and the crowd didn't enhance it at all.