Veer Mahaan def. Savion Truitt
Mahaan played the babyface role for a week or two, but based on his mannerisms in this match, it looks like he's back to being a heel. I actually like him more as a face, especially since some fans may get behind him because his "coming to Raw soon" vignettes have turned into an online meme. At any rate, this was another straightforward squash for Mahaan. Byron Saxton tried to justify the delay of his debut by saying Mahaan is doing it intentionally to play "mind games" with the roster, which is unintentionally hilarious.
The Street Profits def. The Hurt Business
Believe it or not, this actually marked Street Profits' Main Event debut, which is wild when you consider that they were on Raw for a year from 2019 and 2020 and have been back on Raw since October. That means they're featured on TV consistently and that's awesome. I don't see this as a bad sign, either, because they cut a promo backstage this past week on Raw playing up their win over RK-Bro from the week prior. This was a fun match with good work from both teams. Hurt Business are enhancement talent at this point, but at least they can always be counted on for a quality performance when given the time.
Mahaan's squashes got old a while ago, but he's actually moved backward because he went from facing and beating established talent to beating local athletes instead. I'm unironically looking forward to his Raw debut whenever it happens (assuming he isn't released first), but these matches he's having are as bland as can be. Profits vs. Hurt Business was obviously more enjoyable and bumped this up to an average edition of Main Event.