Titus O'Neil def. Drew Gulak
I fear for Gulak now that he's a member of the Raw roster. He's perfectly fine on SmackDown as an ally of Daniel Bryan as those two were terrific together, but less than a week into his run on Raw, he's already been reduced to Main Event purgatory. Worse yet, he lost to Titus O'Neil, who hasn't won a meaningful match in years. This was decent and Gulak did his best, but the outcome was disheartening. I realize what happens on Main Event doesn't technically matter, but it doesn't exactly speak highly to how WWE views Gulak.
Humberto Carrillo def. Akira Tozawa
I'm sure this would have been a much better bout on 205 Live when they hadn't already been watered down by bad booking on the main roster. That said, this was still a quality contest and I liked how Carrillo (who now has facial hair) showed more aggression than usual. I mean, I'd be frustrated too if I had been relegated to Main Event after being a regular on Raw for a while. I'm glad they were given a decent amount of time here and thankfully there were no ninjas in sight.
O'Neil vs. Gulak unfortunately started the show off on a poor note as they had an obvious lack of chemistry and O'Neil winning made me sadder that Gulak was drafted to Raw. The future looks grim for him on Monday nights (or, more specifically, on Main Event). Carrillo vs. Tozawa was well-wrestled and made up for it a bit, making this an average (albeit entirely skippable) edition of Main Event on the whole.