Bianca Belair def. Jessi Kamea
It's been a weird situation with Kamea. She was trying out this newer darker persona after playing a nerdy character of sorts. She then went back to being a bubbly babyface for her match last week against Shayna Baszler, and now she's a heel again apparently. I realize they probably don't have any plans to push her any time soon, but it's hard to care about her if she is constantly changing her character. Similar to last week, she scored more offense than I thought she would, but it was a decent match on the whole with the right result.
Riddick Moss def. Humberto Carrillo
This was the rematch that nobody asked for. Moss beat Carrillo last week and I was sure Carrillo would avenge that loss here, but no such luck. You can tell Bruce Prichard (who's currently writing Raw) isn't nearly as high on Carrillo as Paul Heyman (who previously wrote Raw) was. He's a hell of a hand in the ring but has had minimal character development. This was a fine match, but as I said last week, Moss remains a work in progress and I have no idea why he was moved up to the main roster ahead of others.
I really, really hope this was a one-off for Belair on Main Event, as she just returned to Raw a week ago. That's where she should stay. Time will tell, but I'm not overly optimistic given how she's been handled the last few months. Her match with Kamea was a glorified squash. Carrillo vs. Moss was solid, but neither of them are all that interesting at the moment and their rematch wasn't much better than their original encounter. All in all, it was a passable edition of Main Event, yet nothing you need to go out of your way to see.