Bianca Belair def. Liv Morgan
As awful as Monday's Raw was, I was elated that a vignette aired for Belair during the show showcasing her strength, meaning she may soon be pushed. Then again, I thought the same thing when she debuted on Raw back in April and returned alongside The Street Profits over the summer, so seeing is believing. If nothing else, she continues to rack up wins on Main Event, so that's a plus. This was a perfectly fine match with Morgan putting in a good effort before eating defeat.
Ricochet def. Mustafa Ali
While I enjoyed their initial encounter from a few weeks ago slightly more, this was still must-see by Main Event standards and a ton of fun. They incorporated a bit more storytelling this time with Ali acting more heelish toward Ricochet, which cost him in the end. Ali has been teasing more and more of a heel turn lately on the show, so that's worth keep an eye on. I'd love to not only see more matches between these two but also to see their feud continue on Raw. Ali is doing great work right now that isn't being talked about enough due to it happening on Main Event.
Interestingly enough, both of these matches had a babyface vs. babyface dynamic, though Ricochet vs. Ali was a bit different in that Ali played the heel role for most of it. They were enjoyable in different ways, and while neither match was overly exciting, they served a purpose and were better than what we normally get on this show. Thus, I have no complaints about this edition of Main Event. The recaps from Raw and SmackDown can be skipped over, but the matches themselves were worthwhile even though they didn't receive a ton of time.