Lacey Evans def. Dana Brooke
Ah, this was one of those weeks where Brooke wasn't facing Sarah Logan so she took on Evans instead. Per usual, this wasn't very well wrestled. I appreciated their effort, but they have zero chemistry and it was just a poor outing on the whole. It's amazing how Evans went from feuding with the Raw Women's Champion to becoming a mainstay on the Main Event in the matter of a month.
Titus O'Neil and Heath Slater def. Eric Young and Mojo Rawley
Rawley has barely been in action on WWE TV the last few months, so I think it's safe to say his push has been abandoned entirely. The same can be said for Slater, who has been largely forgotten about on the Raw roster since splitting from Rhyno. These two teams were completely random and the match was exactly what you would expect. There wasn't anything technically wrong with it, but it screamed throwaway and had no sense of urgency whatsoever.
There will be editions of Main Event that are passable and some that are even enjoyable, but this was not one of them. Evans vs. Brooke was pretty abysmal and no different than any of their other encounters. The tag team match wasn't much better and felt like a total waste of time. I thought Raw and SmackDown Live were largely solid this week, but there is no need to sit through this show to watch those replays again.
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