Bo Dallas def. Sin Cara
I had a sense of deja vu watching this match. I literally thought I was watching last week's episode. These two have faced off countless times before, but not last week. Clearly, not enough time has passed since their last face-off, whenever that might have been. In all honesty, this was a pretty decent match and they seemed to put forth a bit more effort than usual, but neither of these guys have anything going for them at them at the moment and therefore I will likely never care about their matches.
Cedric Alexander and TJ Perkins def. Noam Dar and Tony Nese
Again, I was having flashback to last week where we saw a similar match from the Cruiserweights, except there were a few different competitors this time. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the in-ring action immensely as all four guys played their roles well, and I liked how two different feuds were mixed in. Alexander and Dar have had their rivalry going for a while, and Nese and Perkins had their bad blood for a time as well (whatever happened to that?). I would much rather take the Cruiserweights on Main Event than the other undercard talent from Raw.
Cara vs. Dallas was basically what you would expect in that it wasn't terrible but it wasn't anything you likely haven't seen before. Meanwhile, the Cruiserweight match was a ton of fun and the crowd was actually alive for it, so that was a treat. On the whole, this was a solid show, though I would urge you to fast forward past the opener as well as the Raw recaps and solely watch the tag team match.
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