Tyler Breeze def. EC3
It's so sad to think how great these guys were in NXT and what they've since been reduced to on the main roster. Breeze has been an enhancement talent for years, whereas EC3 was never really got going and has been a mainstay on Main Event for the past month. That said, this was a well-wrestled affair for as long as it lasted, but the crowed seemed to sit on their hands for most of it. EC3 losing was just the icing on the cake (and I say that sarcastically, of course).
The Luhcha House Party def. Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers
I've lost track of many times I've seen this match before. I have no idea why WWE bothered to start using The Lucha House Party on Raw if there were never any plans to place to do anything of note with them (then again, the same can be said about any NXT call-up ever). They're fun to watch in the ring, but this bout was as basic as could be. I still can't believe Mahal was WWE Champion at one point. I couldn't tell you the last meaningful matchup he won, either.
If you couldn't already tell, this edition of Main Event was fairly forgettable. Aside from the replays from Raw and SmackDown Live (none of which are worth watching again in my opinion), this episode offered nothing of real substance. EC3 and Breeze could have an enjoyable outing with more time, but instead, it was total throwaway. Meanwhile, the six-man tag team match was the same as it has always been and can therefore be skipped over as well.