Rhyno def. Dash Wilder
I was surprised to hear Wilder's music because I didn't even know he was still backstage at the Raw tapings. I haven't heard any injury updates on his partner Scott Dawson, but here's hoping he's back soon and they can pick up where they left off in the Raw tag team division. Rhyno is typically a tag team competitor as well, so although this was a weird match, it was decent albeit fairly basic while it lasted that saw Rhyno win with a spinebuster.
Mustafa Ali, Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado def. Noam Dar, Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari
This wasn't too different than any other multi-man match you would normally see from the Cruiserweights, but it was fun for what it was with everyone getting some shine at one point or another. It doesn't help that these are the "leftovers" in the division right now who aren't doing anything of note and aren't involved in any programs, but if nothing else, they're talented wrestlers and make the most of opportunities they're given like this one. Ali scoring the pinfall victory for his team after hitting his awesome-looking finisher was the right call.
Despite being a solid show on the whole, I didn't particularly care for Raw this week, so don't feel the need to check out the Raw replays. As for the matches featured on this edition of Main Event, they were fresh, which was appreciated, but neither of them were exciting enough to warrant you going out of your way to watch this show. Both bouts were average at best, yet won't be remembered a week from now.