Kalisto def. Tony Nese
Kalisto has more or less become a regular on Main Event since leaving the WWE Cruiserweight Championship picture last month, but this was one of his better bouts on the program in recent memory. Nese had a solid showing as well and they worked well together, having a real nice match on the whole that the crowd was surprisingly alive for. It's hard to take Nese seriously whenever he wins, however, because then he goes right back to losing matches like this.
The Revival def. Apollo Crews and Titus O'Neil
I was disappointed The Revival were nowhere to be seen on Raw this week, but I guess this explains why. What was cool about this was that it was set up last week with Titus Worldwide scouting The Revival backstage during their match. It wasn't the most exciting outing, mind you, but it was fun any time Crews was in the ring with either member of The Revival. Needless to say, The Revival scoring the victory was the right call.
This crowd was much livelier for Main Event than other audiences have been, but considering it was Chicago, that shouldn't be much of a surprise. Plus, it helped that both bouts were above-average by Main Event standards. The Cruiserweights put forth a great effort in the time they were allotted and The Revival continued to build momentum with their win.