Gentleman Jack Gallagher and The Brian Kendrick def. Kalisto and Lince Dorado
If you've seen one match between these two teams, you've basically seen them all, but that isn't to say it was bad by any means. Rather, it was an enjoyable outing with a nice pace to it with solid showings from all involved. I was actually surprised the heels picked up the victory because the Lucha House Party wins almost all of their matches on Main Event, but it was a refreshing change that gave the duo of Kendrick and Gallagher a much-needed boost.
Apollo Crews def. Mojo Rawley
Crews tends to fly under the radar more often than not due to being cast off as an enhancement talent, but the guy is great in the ring and I'm happy whenever he gets the chance to showcase his skills like he did here. This was a fairly decent match on the whole as a result of Rawley being on offense for a majority of it, and Crews hitting the standing moonsault for the win felt abrupt. That said, Rawley's post-match attack on Titus Worldwide was unexpected because we don't tend to see that sort of thing on this show.
Raw was pretty abysmal this week and thus the Raw recaps on this show aren't worth watching, though SmackDown Live on Tuesday was a significant improvement. In terms of the two featured Main Event matches, they were well-wrestled, yet hardly above-average. In other words, if you watch the show, you might be mildly entertained, but otherwise, you aren't missing much at all.