By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Jack Swagger def. Simon Gotch
Well, after losing to Baron Corbin in back-to-back bouts, it appears Swagger is back to Main Event-level purgatory. In other words, making the move to SmackDown hardly made a difference. Meanwhile, I couldn't care less about The Vaudevillians, so this was a dull match for me and the live crowd apparently felt the same way. The effort was there, but it was a mediocre match otherwise.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions Heath Slater and Rhyno def. Breezango (Non-title)
I don't know if you've seen them or not, but the brief backstage bits Breezango have been doing on WWE's YouTube channel in recent weeks have been hilarious. I wasn't a huge fan of the pairing at the start, but they're gradually growing on me. It's a shame WWE has yet to allow their personality shine through on TV. Nevertheless, this was a fun little match that I'm sure we've seen before, but they made good use of the time they were allotted. Is it weird Slater and Rhyno seem to be wrestling on Main Event more than they do on SmackDown Live?
This wasn't on par with other entertaining editions of Main Event from past weeks, but it was still serviceable and better than anything WWE Superstars has produced in recent memory. Swagger vs. Gotch was completely forgettable albeit not terrible. Furthermore, Slater and Rhyno are always a fun duo and their match with Breezango was enjoyable while it lasted.
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