By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Rich Swann def. Lince Dorado
No more than a day removed from Mick Foley saying that the Cruiserweight division would be exclusive to Raw, they have a match on SmackDown's show Main Event. It wouldn't be the first time (Jack Swagger when he was still a Raw Superstar and Jinder Mahal had a Main Event match a few weeks back), but it's still irksome. Nevertheless, I can't complain about a really fun match and a small taste of what casual viewers can expect from the Cruiserweights if they didn't see the CWC. Dorado wasn't involved in the Fatal 4-Way on Monday's Raw, so this was a nice debut for him as well and an opportunity for him to showcase his skills.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions Heath Slater and Rhyno def. Breezango (Non-title)
It isn't often that SmackDown champions are in action on Main Event, so Slater and Rhyno having a match on the show was a pleasant surprise. As goofy of a gimmick as Breezango is, they are excellent athletes and have great matches when in the ring with the right opponents. This was more of a comedy match than an instant classic, but I enjoyed it for what it was and the crowd was equally as engaged as I was.
Main Event has largely been a throwaway show since the start of the Brand Split, but this might have been the best episode yet with two entertaining, fresh matchups. The Cruiserweights won't be (or at least hopefully) a regular part of the program going forward given they're property of Raw, so Swann vs. Dorado was a cool bonus bout. With Slater and Rhyno vs. Breezango also being unprecedented, this was an above-average edition of Main Event from an in-ring standpoint.