Rezar def. No Way Jose
It's amazing to think both of these guys debuted on the main roster just under one year ago, and already they're afterthoughts. In Rezar's defense, AOP were Raw Tag Team Champions before Akam got hurt late last year, but it's not like they were being booked all that well, anyway. As for Jose, I can't say I'm surprised he's still the same enhancement talent he was during his time in NXT. This was essentially an extended squash match with Jose scoring a few hope spots and Rezar going over decisively.
Tyler Breeze and The B-Team def. Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers
This was a rematch from last week's show, and for those wondering, no, it wasn't any more entertaining than the original encounter. I give credit to all involved for putting forth a good effort, but on the whole, this was a pretty pedestrian six-man tag team match. The babyfaces once again emerged victorious, and that was about it. Interestingly enough, Renee Young was advocating for Mahal ditching The Singh Brothers because she believed that they held him back, but I hope that doesn't happen because he'd be worse off without them.
Raw largely bored me to tears on Monday night (anything involving the NXT call-ups aside), whereas SmackDown Live was a much stronger show overall, so feel free to check out those recaps if you wish. This week's two featured matchups were hardly worth writing home about, however. Rezar vs. Jose was exactly what you'd expect it to be and the six-man tag team match was just as forgettable as last week. Keep in mind that this edition of Main Event was also taped in front of that lousy Lafayette crowd from Raw, making this episode all the more mediocre.