Humberto Carrillo def. Tucker
In case you were wondering, Tucker entered to his Heavy Machinery theme here (Otis got new entrance music at Hell in a Cell, so why not Tucker?) and changed up his look a bit by wearing generic black trunks. Although he's a competent wrestler, he does absolutely nothing for me on his own and that was evident here. Don't get me wrong, this was a perfectly solid match with good showings from both men, but I can't bring myself to care about Tucker as a singles heel. He turned on Otis at Hell in a Cell and wasn't even on Raw the next night to elaborate further on his actions. Not only that, he lost clean to Carrillo here. Yeah, it's safe to say this dude is doomed without Otis.
Ricochet def. Angel Garza
Ricochet went from beating Cedric Alexander (by disqualification) on Raw to not being on Main Event two weeks in a row. Granted, he won both matches, but it's still not where he should be. The same can be said for Garza, who deserves better with all the potential he has. On the bright side, this was a very fun match. They made the most of the time they had but could have benefited from a few more minutes. This is what we should be getting more of on Raw, not Main Event.
Carrillo vs. Tucker was absolutely nothing special and basically what you'd expect, but Tucker losing was definitely questionable coming off what went down at Hell in a Cell with him and Otis. Thankfully, Ricochet vs. Garza was a blast, but whether it makes the entire episode worthwhile is debatable, as the replays from Raw and SmackDown are super forgettable. Spare a few minutes for Ricochet vs. Garza but skip the rest.