Lucha House Party def. Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers
This was a rematch from last week's Raw where Lucha House Party emerged victorious. It felt like filler then and this felt like filler, too. I actually don't mind The Singh Brothers and would be in favor of them returning to 205 Live (they were on the debut episode two years ago and were abruptly taken off television), but Mahal continues to do nothing for me. This was a perfectly fine six-man tag team match, but outside of the fun final stretch, there wasn't anything out of the ordinary about this.
The B-Team def. The Ascension
Remember when The B-Team received that run as Raw Tag Team Champions over the summer and were pushed as a serious threat for a time in the division? Yeah, me either. They're back where they belong (in the undercard of Raw's tag team division), but we see them so rarely on Raw and even Main Event nowadays that it's easy to forget they're still employed. Also, The Ascension are just awful, so this was every bit as abysmal as you'd expect it to be. The only good thing I can say about it is that it was over within a minute or two.
This show is only really worth a look if you happened to miss Raw and SmackDown Live this past week, which featured the fallout from the Royal Rumble. Beyond that, though, this episode is a waste of time. The six-man tag team match was a repeat of what we've seen before on Raw, while The B-Team vs. The Ascension was total throwaway. Thus, I'd consider this to be below average by Main Event standards.