Titus O'Neil def. Mojo Rawley
Man, Rawley was on quite the roll upon coming to Raw in the Super Shake-up earlier this win, whereas now he can't win a match to save his life. Not only is he losing more matches, he came up short against Titus O'Neil, who has been on the WWE roster since 2010 and hasn't shown any signs of improvement in years. Honestly, I couldn't care less, if only because he is a painfully bland performer. This was a perfectly fine matchup, though it offered nothing out of the ordinary whatsoever.
The B-Team def. Heath Slater and Rhyno
Remember when The B-Team were the Raw Tag Team Champions for a few months and were beating teams with actual potential such as The Revival? Yeah, me either. Both of these tandems are babyfaces (I think), so it was all fun and games for the most part (including cringe-worthy dances) and the crowd was into it. Beyond that stuff, the match was barely above average, but the final stretch or so was solid with The B-Team picking up the win in fluky fashion per usual.
As has been the case for a great while now, feel free to skip over almost all of the Raw replays (most of which were pretty pointless) and check out the replays from Tuesday's SmackDown Live instead. This week's two featured matches, however, are not worth watching. O'Neil vs. Rawley wasn't terrible, mind you, but it's exactly what you'd expect it to be, while The B-Team vs. Slater and Rhyno was nice while it lasted yet didn't do much for me, personally.