Rich Swann def. Ariya Daivari
Despite how largely lifeless the Cruiserweight division feels at the moment, fans are still into Swann as a fan favorite, so they were behind him throughout this bout. Daivari isn't as flashy to watch, but he knows how to be a heel and can hold his own in the ring, so this was a nice, little match. The crowd was way more into this than they typically are for 205 Live, which goes to show why that program should be taped before SmackDown Live and not after, if not at Full Sail University.
Kalisto def. Scott Dawson
Dash Wilder has been cleared to compete for a few weeks, and he was even in action on last week's episode of Main Event alongside Dawson, so I assume this match was just meant to kill time on Main Event. For those upset that The Revival have yet to resurface on Raw, WWE is probably waiting until the Sheamus and Cesaro vs. Hardy Boyz feud is over with at Great Balls of Fire this Sunday, and then they'll move Revival into the tag title picture. Kalisto is a great wrestler and sadly hasn't been dealt the best hand creatively, but this was a solid match while it lasted with The Revival up to their entertaining heel tricks.
For the second straight week, Main Event was a bit better than it usually is thanks to two fresh matches (I'm sure we've seen Swann vs. Daivari before but it hasn't been done to death). I guess Titus O'Neil, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel becoming regulars on Raw has helped out the quality of Main Event because we they aren't wrestling the same people every week. At any rate, neither of these matches are necessary viewing, but combine them with the Raw recaps and the hour flies by.