Mojo Rawaley def. No Way Jose
Remember when Rawley and Jose had that mini feud on Raw? Yeah, me either. WWE gave up on pushing Rawley long ago, whereas Jose was never going to get beyond a certain level on the main roster. This was pretty much what you'd expect it to be with Rawley largely dominating, jose scoring some offense, and Rawley picking up the win in the end. In other words, it was an extended squash, and not a very exciting one at that.
Sarah Logan def. Dana Brooke
Another week, another match between Brooke and Logan. Ugh. It's almost comical that they've had so many matches against each other by this point. I say "almost" because, in reality, it's embarrassing that WWE continues to go back to this bout over and over again, especially since their chemistry isn't getting any better. I appreciated the effort from both women to make this feel personal, but it's been proven that neither one of them winning means anything, so why bother caring? If nothing else, the crowd was into the nearfalls down the stretch, so there was that.
It's a shame that even though the quality of Raw and SmackDown Live has improved significantly in the last few months, Main Event remains a chore to watch. Then again, it's been that way for so long now that I don't see that ever changing. Both bouts this week were completely forgettable and more of the same. I actually enjoyed the latest episodes of Raw and SmackDown on the whole, but those recaps do not make this show worth seeking out.