Shayna Baszler def. Jessi Kamea
Kamea has been with NXT for years but has always been utilized as an enhancement talent. I actually saw her in action at an EVOLVE show back in late February and I assume she was there to hone her skills and get more experience. Unfortunately, EVOLVE has since shut down, so it looks like she'll have to settle for being a jobber in NXT and on Main Event for now. The last time she was on TV, she was trying out a darker character, but she probably ditched that here because of who she was facing. There were reports a while ago that Baszler was set to work a match on Main Event, and thankfully, it aired after she returned on Raw this past Monday. It shouldn't have taken Baszler as long as it did to defeat Kamea, but it was a fine extended squash, nonetheless.
Riddick Moss def. Humberto Carrillo
This marked Moss' first match since March. We last saw him losing the 24/7 Championship to R-Truth on a sidewalk a few weeks after that and WWE hasn't used him since, which is weird because of how hard they were pushing him initially. Unfortunately, the guy is no good. Carrillo made this matchup bearable, but Moss still needs a lot of work. I'm honestly a bit surprised Carrillo lost here after being on Raw so frequently recently alongside Rey Mysterio and Aleister Black.
It was nice to see Baszler back in action after two months away. As previously noted, her match lasted longer than it needed to, but at least she went over in dominant fashion following her Raw return on Monday. I can't say I was excited to see Moss return, but whatever. There really isn't anything to see from this show, but the returns of Baszler and Moss made this show more notable than normal.