Mojo Rawley def. No Way Jose
I hate that both guys ended up on the same show again coming out of the 2019 WWE Draft. However, even though we've seen this match a million times over the past year and a half, this was handled a bit differently. Before the bout began, Rawley ran down Jose, his conga line dancers, and the crowd on the mic. To his credit, he actually elicited pretty good heat and proceeded to beat Jose in a short-and-sweet squash where both men showed nice fire. The post-match stuff dragged on a little longer than it needed to, but it was encouraging that WWE deviated from the formula we've been used to seeing on this show for so many years, at least with this match.
Natalya def. Sarah Logan
Oh no, please don't tell me this is the new Sarah Logan vs. Dana Brooke feud on Main Event. Yes, Natalya is a better wrestler than Brooke, but she's equally boring. This was well wrestled, but the crowd couldn't have cared less for most of it. I find it funny that some fans actually thought Natalya would be elevated by her recent victories over Lacey Evans. Clearly, she'll continue to be just another stepping stone for the more important women of Raw ladies to beat.
Last week's SmackDown and this week's Raw weren't anything worth writing home about, so the replays can be skipped over. As previously noted, Rawley vs. Jose was interesting in the sense that it wasn't what we normally see from them, but that isn't to say the match was an instant classic by any means. Meanwhile, Natalya vs. Logan was perfectly fine yet completely forgettable.