Lince Dorado def. Akira Tozawa
This was the usual quality contest from these two. Of course, they're capable of much more, but they made good use of the time they had and worked well together as always. At least The Lucha House Party are on Raw some weeks and even find themselves on the winning end of matches, whereas Tozawa has never been properly utilized on the main roster. He's been an enhancement talent on Raw from Day 1, but giving him the dumb ninjas obviously hasn't helped. Why they haven't ditched that yet, I have no idea.
Angel Garza def. Humberto Carrillo
Much like Dorado vs. Tozawa, I don't think I've seen Garza and Carrillo have a bad match together. Some encounters have been stronger than others, and this was arguably on the lower end, but it was still solid. Carrillo being relegated to Main Event doesn't shock me because they never took the time to develop his character and his mic skills aren't strong, but with Garza, there's no excuse. The guy is the total package and the fact he's done nothing since being broken away from Andrade is criminal.
Had it not been for the intro, the graphics on the screen and the commentators, you could have assumed this was an episode of 205 Live from 2019. All four of these guys are talented, but unfortunately, WWE doesn't have anything for them on Raw right now. At the very least, they're having fun matches on Main Event, which has made my viewing experience of the show more enjoyable like it was for this one. On a side note, newcomer Kevin Patrick is improving on commentary and has already proven to be a quality pickup for the company.