No Way Jose def. Tyler Breeze
Both guys are babyfaces, so it was a weird dynamic and thus the crowd didn't really know who to cheer for here, but I appreciated that it was a fresh match and not a rehash of Jose vs. Curt Hawkins for the umpteenth time. They put together a nice little bout, but Breeze is so much better than this. I can't say I'm surprised the guy is still relegated to enhancement talent status even though his tag team partner Fandango is out injured for the time being, but it would be cool if the company actually gave him a chance to shine against a guy like Seth Rollins one of these days and let him take Rollins to his limit.
Ruby Riott def. Ember Moon
This was an interesting case where these two have actually been feuding on the main roster lately and their storyline was furthered on Main Event, which rarely ever happens. In fact, Moon has been at odds with The Riott Squad long before Riott returned to the ring from injury. They have history from NXT as well, so they have that established chemistry and worked well together here. It was an enjoyable affair, and while I could have done without all the interference from Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan at ringside, it protected Moon in defeat and gave Riott a notable victory (Moon has lost only one other singles match since arriving on Raw).
The usually-hot Toronto crowd didn't provide an electric atmosphere any more than any other city would for Main Event, which was strange because this wound up being an above-average episode by Main Event standards. Jose vs. Breeze didn't light the world on fire, but at least it was something new and they did their best with the time they were allotted. Meanwhile, I really liked Moon vs. Riott and hope we see more of them against each other on Raw in the not-so-distant future.