Humberto Carrillo def. Akira Tozawa
These two have done battle a bunch of times before and they always work well together. This was another quality contest from them as they made the most of the time they had. I'm glad Carrillo continues to shine in his appearances on Main Event, but if his impressive performances don't eventually earn him a regular role on Raw again, then none of it will matter. He needs to develop his character more than anything else.
Angel Garza def. Lince Dorado
Garza hasn't wrestled on Raw since early October, but at least he's cutting promos on the show almost every week and living up to his Lothario nickname. I have no idea where it's going or who his first rival will be, but it's better than nothing. This was a less of a squash for Garza (as it likely would have been on Raw) and more of a showcase for both men. It went longer than I thought it would and I say that as a good thing. The final stretch was especially fun. It's a shame Dorado and Gran Metalik aren't getting more opportunities to show how talented they are on Raw right now.
I felt like I had just watched an episode of 205 Live by the time Garza vs. Dorado was over because both bouts would have happened on that show a year or so ago. Don't get me wrong, that's a compliment to the quality of each match, as I'm conditioned to expect total throwaway from Main Event and they were anything but. This edition wasn't must-see by any means, but it was enjoyable if you take out the replays from Raw and SmackDown.