Tyler Breeze def. Mike Kanellis
Breeze and Kanellis are without their respective partners right now, and while I think they could be somewhat successful as singles stars, WWE doesn't seem to feel the same way, which is why they're constantly relegated to Main Event. This was a well-wrestled albeit basic bout with fine showings from both guys, but it was way too short to featuring anything remotely memorable.
Mojo Rawley def. Zack Ryder
WWE appeared to be interested in pushing Rawley at one point this summer, but they likely quickly realized that he offers absolutely nothing and gave up. Now, he's back to wrestling nobodies on Main Event. If you've seen one Ryder vs. Rawley match, you've seen them all. That isn't to say this was bad, but it wasn't exactly exciting. The crowd never really came to life and thus it was difficult to care.
Although I appreciated that this week's featured matches were relatively fresh (even though we've seen Ryder vs. Rawley a handful of times in the past), neither of them offered anything of note and don't really need to be sought out. Meanwhile, the recaps of Raw and SmackDown Live highlighted the key segments from this week's shows, but this was barely an average edition of Main Event and can easily be skipped.