Sarah Logan def. Dana Brooke by Referee Stoppage
Logan faced Natayla one-on-one last week after they clashed in tag team action the previous week, so now it was Natalya's partner Brooke's turn to get a crack at Logan. I've never been the biggest Brooke fan, but she got really rocked here by Logan when she got tossed into the turnbuckle post. She kicked out and attempted to carry on, but the referee realized there was too much blood and that the bout had to be stopped. I'm sure we'll see a rematch on an upcoming episode, but the early goings of this were solid.
Robert Roode def. Cedric Alexander
For what it's worth, Roode has since ditched the porn 'stache and is back to sporting the same full beard he was before. He's still going by Robert Roode, though. It appears WWE has already given up on pushing him as a heel singles star after only one week. What a shame. At any rate, this was a very enjoyable encounter and Alexander especially had a strong showing. Those final few minutes were great and I guess Roode's victory makes him the new Main Event Champion, at least according to Alexander (unless the gold wasn't up for grabs here).
You know the lowdown: Raw and SmackDown Live were slightly more tolerable than usual this week, but none of the recaps are really worth watching again on this edition of Main Event (except for Firefly Fun House, but that's what YouTube is for). Brooke vs. Logan never got a chance to get going before it abruptly ended due to Brooke's injury, but Alexander vs. Roode was fun while it lasted.