Zack Ryder def. Mike Kanellis
Ryder and Kanellis have worked against each other fairly frequently since both moved over to Raw in the Superstar Shake-up earlier this year, so they have quite the chemistry by this point. While this was far from a five star classic, it was another enjoyable outing from them where the crowd was invested in the action and both Ryder and Kanellis came away from it looking good. Any update on when Maria will return to (hopefully) save Mike from undercard hell?
Tyler Breeze def. Curt Hawkins
Breezango was a guilty pleasure for a lot of fans, but I still say Breeze has a ton of untapped potential as a singles star. People who have been only been following him since the start of his main roster run three years ago may not realize it, but the guy is great. This match, which was pretty basic, didn't give him much of a chance to showcase his skills, but it was fun for what it was and was obviously an upgrade over Breeze being squashed by Mojo Rawley again.
As has been the case in recent weeks, any recaps from Raw aren't worth re-watching, while the SmackDown Live recaps are much more bearable to sit through. Additionally, the two featured matches for this week's episode were well-wrestled and entertaining while they lasted even if they weren't exactly must-see. This was an average edition of Main Event all things considered.