By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Erick Rowan def. Rhyno
I was wondering what entrance theme Rowan would be using now that he's back to being on his own, and it looks like he'll be using that same addictive song from a few years ago. I hated it at first, but then it grew on me and it became a guilty pleasure of mine. Anyway, this was a fine big man matchup and Rhyno carried Rowan (who remains rather green) to a competent contest. I would have liked to see Rhyno win, but you can't blame the guy for wanting to put the younger talent over. Here's hoping Rowan reunites with Luke Harper upon his return to the ring in a few months.
The Hype Bros def. The Vaudevillians
If I recall correctly, The Hype Bros have been undefeated since coming to the main roster, which is pretty impressive. The Vaudevillians have been on WWE's proverbial shit list for months, so it doesn't surprise me at all that The Hype Bros made short work of them here. It was a fun little match while it lasted and the crowd was into The Hype Bros, so it didn't overstay its welcome and was exactly what it needed to be.
The matches on Main Event continue to be inconsequential storyline-wise, yet unlike WWE Superstars, I find it to be much more bearable to sit through. The Raw replays are exactly the same, but the matches seem to be more lively and fresh for whatever reason. That said, this really isn't that "must-see" of a show unless you want to hear Rowan's old entrance music make a return.