Titus O'Neil def. Erik
Erik took time off about a month ago to undergo surgery for an injury he had I believe, so it's great he's back already. Meanwhile, O'Neil apparently never got the memo that Raw Underground is a thing of the past because he's still wearing regular pants and sneakers to the ring. Both of these guys are powerhouses, so this was a nice little hoss fight. Granted, O'Neil is notoriously terrible, but this match was right up his ally and I thought Erik carried him to a competent contest. I only thing I hated about it was that O'Neil won. I realize Erik is a tag team wrestler, but he has more upside on his own than O'Neil does at this stage of his career.
Humberto Carrillo def. Lince Dorado
It was cool to hear Dorado come out to his own entrance music again, even though he and Gran Metalik entered to the Lucha House Party/Kalisto song on Raw recently. This was a fun match as, similar to Erik and O'Neil, both of these guys wrestle a similar style and thus unsurprisingly worked well together. It was competitive, had a great face to it, and both guys got to showcase their skills. This is what WWE should be doing more of with Metalik and Dorado as opposed to relegating them to the 24/7 Championship nonsense.
I'm always tempted to skip over any match involving O'Neil, but as I mentioned, Erik tried to have the best match possible with him and it ended up being a bit better than I expected. There's just no reason for O'Neil to be winning matches against people with potential in 2020, even if it is on Main Event. Of course, Carrillo vs. Dorado was the more enjoyable bout of the two that was a blast for the time given. All in all, a rock solid edition of Main Event this week. As always, the replays from Raw and SmackDown aren't worth watching again for the most part.