Sarah Logan def. Deonna Purrazzo
This is a rematch from last week's Main Event. It's cool to see Purrazzo making back-to-back appearances on WWE programming, but I'm not sure if this means she's main roster bound or not. I would assume not since she's in the midst of a mini feud with Shotzi Blackheart in NXT at the moment, but the extra exposure won't hurt. It was weird seeing Logan work as a face, but it was a decent match and both ladies had solid showings. Unfortunately, the crowd largely sat on their hands for this due to not knowing Purrazzo and not caring about Logan.
Riddick Moss def. Cedric Alexander
Although this was taped beforehand, Moss officially made his main roster debut on Monday's Raw as Mojo Rawley's new "offensive lineman." As I mentioned in my Raw review, he didn't do a very good job considering he let Rawley lose the 24/7 Championship following his successful title defense against No Way Jose. He looks like a star but is a work in progress in the ring. Obviously, wrestling people as talented as Alexander will help with that, but it's incredibly sad to see how far Alexander has fallen from where he was just five or six months ago.
If you missed any of what happened over Royal Rumble weekend or the fallout from Raw, then check out this edition of Main Event. That outstanding segment with Edge and Randy Orton is absolutely worth watching again. The two featured matches, on the other hand, weren't as memorable. Purrazzo and Moss making appearances was a pleasant surprises, but neither match was overly exciting in the slightest. If nothing else, it's better that this show is being utilized to give them experience rather than host the same two or three matchups with Logan, Natalya, Rawley, Jose, Eric Young and others.