Humberto Carrillo def. Akira Tozawa
Yes, Tozawa came out with his ninjas. Ugh. He's also no longer the 24/7 Champion after losing the title to R-Truth in a parking garage during Monday's Raw. We saw how good both these guys are on 205 Live, but they've criminally wasted on Raw in the last year. Carrillo has at least been afforded some chances, WWE just hasn't give fans any reason to care about him. Tozawa, on the other hand, has been doomed with a terrible gimmick. This was a well-wrestled match with a nice pace, but it never got out of first gear. Carrillo winning with a different finisher was cool, though.
Ricochet def. Mustafa Ali
Needless to say, this bout belonged on a bigger stage and the performers know that. This is a pay-per-view caliber title match and they proved that with their performances here. This was an exciting, action-packed affair with both guys coming out of it looking great. I just wish they got more time. Had there been fans in attendance, they would've eaten this up. Definitely make time to check this out and fingers crossed we get a rematch on Raw or pay-per-view at some point.
I felt bad seeing all four of these Superstars relegated to Main Event considering what they're all capable of. That said, this was an enjoyable show by Main Event standards. Carrillo vs. Tozawa wasn't anything special and I hated the sheer presence of the ninjas at ringside, but the match was decent while it lasted. Meanwhile, Ricochet vs. Ali was a banger and sold me on this episode. The replays from Raw and SmackDown were whatever, but Ricochet vs. Ali made the show worthwhile.