No Way Jose def. Tyler Breeze
Both guys are babyfaces, so while the crowd didn't have any incentive to cheer for one guy over the other, this was still far more competitive than I expected it to be. They worked well together and had an enjoyable outing in the time they were allotted. Breeze must be begging Fandango to be back as soon as possible so they can reunite and return to the tag team ranks, but I don't think that will change their fortunes much to be honest. Jose, on the other hand, is simply dead in the water.
Lucha House Party def. The Ascension
I feel like I've seen Lucha House Party face The Ascension a million times since they began appearing on Raw late last year. Although I like their act on 205 Live and find most of their matches to be entertaining, I largely loathe their encounters with The Ascension because of how they all blend together and don't offer anything exciting whatsoever. I am tempted to fall asleep whenever The Ascension are offense and simply don't care to see them in action. This was as lethargic as it gets.
The only real reason to check out this edition of Main Event would be to catch up on the final build for WrestleMania 35 from Raw and SmackDown Live, but neither go-home show was particularly strong in my opinion and the replays aren't worth checking out. Therefore, this episode was completely pointless. Jose vs. Breeze was a pleasant surprise yet nothing terribly special, while Lucha House Party vs. The Ascension was extremely forgettable. Don't waste your time.
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