Titus O'Neil def. Mojo Rawley
With Titus Worldwide no longer being a thing, I honestly forgot O'Neil was still a part of the roster. That's not a complaint, either, because I have zero desire to see him competing in singles matches on a regular basis (he's much better off in an ambassador role at this point). Rawley isn't that great, either, so I can't say I was surprised by how abysmal and lifeless this outing was. If nothing else, this was kept relatively short and didn't last longer than it needed to.
The B-Team and Zack Ryder def. The Ascension and Tyler Breeze
No, Breeze isn't a heel just because he teamed with The Ascension. He was clearly hesitant every time he tagged in, but then why was he with them in the first place? WWE has had some weird pairings on Main Event lately, but I guess trying something new is better than doing the same matches week after week. The heels' heat segment was dreadfully boring, but at least the final stretch or so was decent.
You don't need me to tell you how atrocious Monday's Raw was, so needless to say, immediately skip over Raw recaps that air on this episode. SmackDown Live was infinitely better the next night, but not even those recaps make this edition of Main Event worth watching. The two featured matches are average at best, with O'Neil vs. Rawley being mediocre and the six-man tag team match spotlighting the biggest enhancement talent on the Raw roster in underwhelming fashion.