Dana Brooke def. Sarah Logan
This is the fourth match these two have had in the last month in a half, which I figured was only inevitable after Logan surprisingly won their last meeting. Once again, it was hardly anything out of the ordinary. The effort was there, and I was generous toward their matches in the beginning, but they have yet to switch up the stagnant formula. Thus, if you've seen any one of their encounters from the past month, then this was nothing new.
EC3 and Eric Young def. No Way Jose and Titus O'Neil
Yes, the two former TNA World Heavyweight Champions joined forces here for absolutely no reason other than WWE having nothing else for them to do creatively. To their credit, they worked well together and made for a fun pairing. We've seen O'Neil and Jose team up before and they don't gel nearly as well. This wasn't the most memorable match, but it was solid while it lasted and featured the right result.
I've always been a fan of Sam Roberts' podcasting and interview work, but I'm sorry, his commentary is absolutely atrocious. He's been on a number of episodes of Main Event by this point and has yet to truly improve. In fact, he just makes these shows more of a chore to sit through. Speaking of lack of improvement, Brooke and Logan keep having the same mediocre match, but I'm hoping Brooke's decisive victory over Logan here spells the end of their "rivalry." Meanwhile, the other night's featured matchup was fine but nothing worth going out of your way to see.