Angel Garza def. Akira Tozawa
Insert my weekly complaint about Garza not getting more television time on Raw. I'm convinced WWE had no endgame in mind for that mystery lover angle they seemed to be building up on Raw recently with him because he's been relegated to Main Event for months. This was more of the same from these two, though this encounter was more one-sided in favor of Garza. It was a fun little squash, but Garza should be picking up more important victories while Tozawa needs to ditch the ninja crap. Thank the lord the other masked ninjas stopped coming out to the ring with him.
Humberto Carrillo def. Drew Gulak
Anyone remember the mini-feud these two had on 205 Live about two years ago? It was right around the time Carrillo debuted on the show and Gulak wanted to take him under his wing but Carrillo refused. They still have quality chemistry as this was an enjoyable match between them for as long as it lasted. I wish they had more time, but what we got was good. It's crazy to think both Garza and Carrillo were right in the United States Championship mix at this time a year ago and now they're seldom seen on Raw.
If you didn't see the Main Event logo, you probably would have thought this was an episode of 205 Live from 2019. That's not necessarily a bad thing as both of these bouts were well-wrestled, but it's worth noting that three of these four guys are former WWE Cruiserweight Champions and the other came close to capturing the title a few times. Despite being as talented as they are, none of them are regulars on Raw at the moment, which is unfortunate. By Main Event standards, this was a solid show, but there really isn't anything worth going out of your way to see.