Mustafa Ali def. Akira Tozawa
The fact WWE brought Ali back from a seven-month hiatus only to relegate him to Main Event is disgraceful. I guess it's better than sitting him at home for no reason, but not by much. As for Tozawa, I've made my thoughts on his stupid ninjas quite clear in the past. This match was hindered by their presence at ringside, but it still managed to be fun while it lasted. I do wish we would've gotten the type of match from them we would've gotten in 205 Live, though.
Riddick Moss def. Humberto Carrillo
Although Moss hasn't been a regular on Raw since his return to action the same way he was prior to WrestleMania 36, it's worth noting he has gone undefeated on Main Event. I'm all for pushing new stars, but he doesn't feel worth the investment. The guy was in developmental for years because, while he has the look of a star, he's mediocre in the ring at best. Putting him in there with guys as talented as Carrillo will help him improve, but he has yet to show anything in the ring, on the mic or as a character that would make me care about him. This was decent but ultimately forgettable.
Ali becoming a mainstay on Main Event has made the show more enjoyable over the last month, but it's also a shame considering he belongs on Raw. He and Tozawa had a nice little match that could have been better without the dumb ninja shenanigans. Carrillo vs. Moss was even less exciting and nowhere near the level of Ali vs. Ricochet last week, making this an average episode on the whole with nothing worth seeking out from it.