Tyler Breeze def. Mojo Rawley
Remember when Rawley was on a winning streak for a few weeks on Raw earlier this year? Me either. In all seriousness, I don't know what Rawley did to apparently piss off management, but he has been losing a lot lately. However, I'm not complaining because he isn't that good, anyway. Despite having almost no crowd heart, this was a decent match largely thanks to Breeze and I was happy with the outcome.
The Revival def. Chad Gable and Bobby Roode
These two teams faced off for the first time two weeks ago and had a very fun match. This encounter was equally entertaining and the fact they received an ample amount of time to go out there and do their thing was refreshing. As I've said before, Roode and Gable work well together, but the writing is on the wall in that Roode is bound to turn on Gable sooner rather than later. As for The Revival, I've all but given up on them ever getting a serious push in Raw's tag team division, but at least they won here.
The fallout from Crown Jewel and early build for Survivor Series dominated WWE programming this week, so I wouldn't say that any of the replays from Raw or SmackDown Live that aired on this edition of Main Event were particularly worth re-watching. The other two matches were what you'd expect: Breeze vs. Rawley was an average albeit forgettable outing, while Revival vs. Gable and Roode was well-wrestled and enjoyable while it lasted.