Kalisto def. Ariya Daivari
I maintain that Kalisto is a very good wrestler, but because he's been booked terribly for the better part of the last two years, few fans care about him. Thus, positioning him as a regular on Main Event at this point is hardly a surprise. As I've said before about Daivari, I find it difficult to get invested in most of what he's a part of, but this was actually a good match that the crowd wasn't completely quiet for, shockingly enough.
Apollo Crews def. Curt Hawkins
If you've seen one encounter between Crews and Hawkins, you've essentially seen them all. This was your basic bout where, needless to say, the outcome was never once in doubt despite Hawkins' nearfalls in the second half. The only thing interesting about this outing was Dana Brooke's presence at ringside, as she has seemingly officially ben named a member of Titus Worldwide. That's a fine role for her, but whatever the hell happened to Akira Tozawa being with them?
Another edition of Main Event being headlined by Crews vs. Hawkins is not worth watching in my opinion, unless you want to see Brooke in a suit, then I guess check it out if you wish. Kalisto vs. Daivari was the better bout of the two and I appreciated the effort they put forth, but you'd be wasting your time if you went out of your way to check it out. All in all, this was a painfully average show.