Zack Ryder def. Jinder Mahal
It's been a while since Mahal last appeared on Main Event. In fact, it might have been before he became WWE Champion, which goes to show how far he's fallen since then. However, I'm not complaining because he's right where he belongs on the card. Also, when did the other Singh Brother return? Anyway, this was a decent enough match that felt fairly formulaic, though the finish was the only memorable thing about it. Yes, Ryder actually pinned Mahal clean. Think about that for a second.
Bobby Roode and Chad Gable def. The Revival
I found it weird that Roode and Gable were on Raw teasing tension for weeks on end only to be taken off the show all together recently. I'm still waiting for Roode to turn on Gable, and it looks like that's still the endgame eventually based off what we saw here. This was a very well-wrestled match that had a nice pace, but it was sad to see The Revival lose to a makeshift tandem.
Raw was obviously made newsworthy this week by Roman Reigns' announcement and the Raw Tag Team Championship match, both of which are worth re-watching on this show. Meanwhile, the two featured matches were a refreshing chance of pace from what we usually see on this show with the likes of No Way Jose, Mojo Rawley and others. Mahal vs. Ryder was more shocking for the ending than anything, and the tag team match was fun while it lasted.