Shelton Benjamin def. Akira Tozawa
I don't imagine Benjamin and Tozawa will be much better off even with Triple H in charge of creative since Tozawa's been firmly established as an enhancement talent for years and Benjamin is in the twilight of his career, but I'm all for them having quality matches against each other on Main Event. This was fun while it lasted and Benjamin hitting his finisher out of nowhere was a nice touch. This wasn't anything earth-shattering, but I enjoyed it for what it was.
The Street Profits def. Alpha Academy
These teams obviously have history from earlier this year when they were feuding over the Raw Tag Team Championship and work wonderfully together. Fans have been wondering lately what's next for Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford following their latest unsuccessful attempt to win the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship and a split has been heavily rumored. I'd prefer to see them try their hand in singles competition without actually breaking up. This was fairly formulaic albeit entertaining as Street Profits never cease to get a crowd hyped.
This episode didn't have the banger that last week's did between Mustafa Ali and T-Bar, but it was a perfectly solid show by Main Event standards. Benjamin and Tozawa made the most of the time they had and the crowd got into Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy by the end. Those teams aren't regulars on Main Event, so their appearances this week was a pleasant change of pace from what we typically get.