Sin Cara def. Bo Dallas
It looks like Dallas is back to being a heel after teasing a face turn while teaming with Darren Young a few weeks ago, which I guess makes sense after Young went down with an injury last month. Cara vs. Dallas has been done to death in the past, so needless to say, I couldn't have cared less about this match and the live crowd seemingly felt the same way based off how they barely reacted to anything they did. By the way, what ever happened to Sin Cara being part of the Cruiserweight division?
The New Day def. Titus O'Neil and The Shining Stars
It's been a while since New Day last appeared on Main Event, so this was a pleasant surprise. I probably should have expected this to happen sooner or later considering they haven't been doing much of note since losing the Raw Tag Team Championship. However, I liked the storyline continuity here as they have been feuding with O'Neil in recent weeks. The match was actually better than I thought it would be, and I credit almost all of that to New Day and their sheer entertainment factor and ability to make anything enjoyable.
Man, I really wish Main Event was still a SmackDown Live-oriented show because their undercard is much more interesting in my opinion. There are just a bunch of bodies on Raw you likely forgot existed because they're never on the flagship show and are largely relegated to wrestling on Main Event. While Cara vs. Dallas was a complete waste of time, the six-man tag team match was a rare treat, albeit nothing must-see. In so many words, there's nothing to see here.