Mojo Rawley def. Zack Ryder
Obviously, Ryder and Rawley have history together, having teamed from 2015 to 2017 as The Hype Bros. Ryder has managed to find some success with Curt Hawkins since their split, whereas Rawley continues to spin his wheels on Main Event week after week. Their matches have never been anything special and this was no exception, but it was decent while it lasted. Although it's official that both of these guys will remain on Raw coming out of the 2019 WWE Draft, don't expect either one of them to receive a renewed push any time soon.
Sarah Logan def. Dana Brooke
I foolishly thought we were finally finished with this feud after they temporarily teamed up for some strange reason on the episode of Main Event that emanated from Madison Square Garden last month. Silly me. As I've said countless times in their past, all of their matches against each other are virtually the same. Worse yet, their wins don't mean anything because they're rarely on Raw. I'm actually surprised that Logan managed to win clean here, and thanks to Brooke's move to SmackDown in the Draft, she can rest easy knowing she came out of this pointless program on top.
This edition of Main Event featured all the fallout from the Draft, so if you weren't keeping up with who went where (or just forgot), this show is for you. Other than that, it was a forgettable episode as always with two mediocre matches. It's been a while since we've seen Ryder and Rawley go one-on-one, yet I still feel like it's happened no less than a dozen times over the past two years. As for Brooke vs. Logan, well, what can I say about their long-running rivalry that hasn't already been said? Their chemistry is far from great, but at least they'll finally be separated by the Brand Split with Brooke now on SmackDown. Huzzah!