Erik def. Akira Tozawa
I didn't know if there would be an episode of Main Event this week after almost the entire crew was used on Monday's Raw for that 24/7 Championship segment. In all seriousness, this was a fun, fresh match. Tozawa'a ninja gimmick is still stupid, but when you put him in there with a quality opponent, he can have a great match. The clash of styles here was a bit different than what we're used to seeing from Tozawa, but they used the size difference to their advantage and worked well together. Ivar's likely going to out of action for a long time, so it's nice that Erik is active in his absence, even if it's just on Main Event.
Humberto Carrillo def. Gran Metalik
As I've said before, it's been cool to see Metalik and Lince Dorado showcase their skills in singles matches in recent weeks. Yes, WWE's tag team division is in desperate need of help and thus they shouldn't completely break up, but there's nothing wrong with them branching off on their own while still a tag team. This was a very well-wrestled match and both guys had a chance to shine. Carrillo continues to pick up victories on Main Event, but I'm doubtful it will lead to him being back on Raw on a more consistent basis.
Even though we tend to get the same few faces on this show each week, no one match has yet to be done to death and I appreciate that. It helps that most of the matches are enjoyable and that was once again the case this week. Granted, neither bout is absolutely worth seeking out, but if you happen to have the show on or have some time to spare, you aren't wasting your time by watching them. All in all, it was a solid edition of Main Event.