Mustafa Ali and Cedric Alexander def. Akira Tozawa and T-Bar
Triple H's first order of business as the new head of creative should be to repackage T-Bar and make him Dominik Dijakovic again. Needless to say, it's long overdue. I've lost all hope for Tozawa, but the very least HHH can have him do is ditch the dumb ninja attire. Meanwhile, Ali and Alexander looked like they had a new lease on life out there, likely knowing their futures are a lot brighter with Triple H in charge. This was a really fun sprint while it lasted with all four guys working well together.
Asuka and 24/7 Champion Dana Brooke def. Tamina and Carmella
If Triple H's first order of business is repackaging T-Bar, then his second order of business should be trashing the 24/7 title. Seriously, get rid of that thing for good. It was sad seeing Asuka and Carmella relegated to Main Event duty, but hopefully this was just a one-off for them. This tag team affair wasn't nearly as good as the opener, largely thanks to Tamina and Brooke being abysmal. The finish in particular looked terrible and not clean at all.
This show was taped prior to Monday's Raw at Madison Square Garden. If you were expecting any grand changes to Main Event, we didn't get any on this episode, though I am curious to see how much the program is affected going forward, if at all. The women's tag team match was mediocre, but the men's tag team match was much better and worth a watch. Time will tell if we'll be seeing some different faces on this show with Triple H at the helm now and if any of these people will be promoted to Raw in a regular role.