Drew Gulak def. Lince Dorado by Referee Stoppage
Gulak has actually been more entertaining to watch in the ring since he started this "No Fly Zone" gimmick, but this wasn't one of his better bouts in recent memory. However, I blame that more on Dorado, who appeared to be "off" throughout the contest, slipping up on simple spots. And then the match was called off because Dorado was unable to continue. I'm not exactly sure what he got hurt off of, but it might have either been the botched backbreaker or when he hit his head awkwardly on the mat immediately before that.
Heath Slater and Rhyno def. Curt Hawkins and Bo Dallas
Slater and Rhyno remain over with the audience despite not receiving nearly as much television time as they did in the fall, and Hawkins and Dallas were good foils for them here. Dallas looks more and more like his brother Bray Wyatt with each passing week and I wish WWE would hurry up and put them together as an on-screen unit already. This was a formulaic albeit fun tag team match where Rhyno once again used the spinebuster to win, so I guess he's slowly phasing out the Gore as his finisher.
Gulak vs. Dorado was mediocre at best and ended on an odd note with Dorado seemingly suffering an injury. Even prior to the abrupt finish, nothing about it was out of the ordinary. While the subsequent tag team match was enjoyable for what it was, this edition of Main Event is not worth seeking out solely for that, if only because the full Bayley, This Is Your Life segment is included from Raw. Seriously, whose bright idea was to replay that atrocity in its entirety?