Michin def. Tamina
Tamina is the designated stepping stone for Raw's women's division, so it made sense for Michin to beat her here. There wasn't much to the match as Tamina is typically terrible, but it was perfectly passable and had the right result. Unsurprisingly, the crowd did not care. Michin has felt like without The O.C. around, and although she won't be aligned with them forever anyway, it's not as if Triple H has done anything interesting with her in the meantime.
Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin def. Edris Enofe and Malik Blade
Once again, Alexander and Benjamin were accompanied by MVP. Enofe and Blade appeared on Main Event back in December and lost to Alexander and Mustafa Ali. This was fun stuff as expected and they made the most of their time. Few NXT stars have appeared on Main Event twice, so hopefully that doesn't mean Enofe and Blade are in line for a main roster call-up any time soon because I don't think they're ready yet.
We got NXT wrestlers in the main event of Main Event and not in the opener. I think that makes more sense so the NXT wrestlers aren't overexposed, depending on what the opener is. Granted, Michin vs. Tamina was far from a barn burner, but at least Michin was able to pick up a victory in a week where she didn't compete on Raw (not to mention it's better than getting Tamina vs. Dana Brooke for the umpteenth time). The tag team match was obviously the better bout of the two. It was a solid show this week.