Mojo Rawley def. Boston Bob
Rawley has already faced, beaten and lost to virtually every undercard competitor on the Raw roster, so while this was far from exciting, I guess putting him up against a local athlete (despite how his name was "Boston Bob") was a nice change of pace. Granted, there was nothing special about this whatsoever and I'm actually somewhat surprised it lasted as long as it did, but on the bright side, it gave Rawley a win that means absolutely nothing and won't earn him any airtime on Raw.
Cedric Alexander def. Eric Young
I was thinking the other day how almost every member of SAnitY has been better off since the stable was broken up. Nikki Cross (who was never paired with them on the main roster anyway) was WWE Women's Tag Team Champion just recently and competed for the SmackDown Women's Championship earlier this year, Alexander Wolfe has been flourishing as a member of Imperium, Killian Dain has a new lease on life in NXT, and Eric Young is... jobbing on Main Event. Well, three out of four isn't too shabby. To be fair, Young never did a ton for me to begin with, but he did hold his own here. Alexander had a fun showing, made this passable and won over the audience en route to picking up the victory.
Survivor Series is this Sunday, so it was only logical that this edition of Main Event was filled with last-minute hype for the pay-per-view. If you weren't already excited for it, the recaps of Raw and last week's SmackDown probably didn't do much to change that, but they served their purpose in covering all the major highlights from the two shows (even though there weren't many of them). Meanwhile, the two featured matches are nothing you need to see. Alexander vs. Young was decent, but the Rawley squash was a waste of time.