By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Kane def. Fandango
I don't know what surprised me more: the fact there was storyline consistency on Main Event (since Kane recently laid out Fandango on an episode of SmackDown Live) or that Breezango received an ample amount of mic time before the bout. Either way, I was thoroughly entertained by it all. I've never been a major fan of Breezango, mainly because I'd rather see Breeze on his own, but they genuinely got a few laughs out of me here. Kane played the straight man throughout and made short work of Fandango, so this was exactly what it needed to be.
Jason Jordan def. Aiden English
I couldn't tell you the last time I saw Jordan in singles action, even on NXT. He and Chad Gable have always competed in tag team action together. That said, it was a nice preview of what to expect when he and Gable eventually go their separate ways, which hopefully won't be any time soon. The match didn't last long, but it was a fun showcase of Jordan's skills and English held his own.
Neither match lasted terribly long, but it was still a solid show from an in-ring standpoint. I always skip over the Raw recaps, but the matches this week were a treat. It will probably take you no more than five minutes in total to watch both of these matches, but Breezango's pre-match promo in particular was funny, so seek that out when you find the time.