No Way Jose def. Mike Kanellis
Jose has become a weekly staple on these Main Event shows, and I don't mean that as a bad thing because quite honestly, he's right where he belongs. His catchy entrance music is enough to get a crowd up on their feet before the show starts and he always manages to get audiences engaged in his matches, even if they are as basic as can be. Kanellis gave it a good effort, but his losing streak in singles competition continues. Where art thou, Maria?
Mojo Rawley def. Rhyno
I guess officials are still high on pushing Rawley as a singles act, despite how he recently lost back-to-back matches to Bobby Roode on Raw (both of which were unimpressive by the way). I simply don't see what the big deal is about him because he offers nothing in my eyes. This match was fairly boring and the crowd couldn't have cared less about Rawley's offense. Rhyno may not have been the best opponent for him either, to be frank.
This past week was pretty newsworthy for WWE coming off of SummerSlam, so some of the recaps from Raw and SmackDown Live are worth checking out and others can be skipped over. As for this week's two featured matchups, Jose vs. Kanellis was perfectly serviceable and fun at points while Rawley vs. Rhyno felt like a bland waste of time. I wouldn't invest the time in watching this episode when there's much other stuff to see from the last few days.
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