Natalya def. Sarah Logan
It's quickly become apparent that Natalya vs. Logan has become the new Logan vs. Dana Brooke, except that the matches are slightly better because Natalya isn't as awful as Brooke. Unfortunately, she's just not interesting. She's been with the company for over a decade now and I still can't take her seriously as a championship contender. It looks like she'll remain a regular on Main Event until WWE decides to put her in the title picture again. The match was serviceable but ultimately nothing special.
Mojo Rawley def. Cedric Alexander
Well, it's official: Alexander is back to where he was earlier this year. He was on a roll a few months ago in those feuds with Drew McIntyre and AJ Styles, but after losing so much (including here to Rawley), any momentum he had left is completely gone. As a match, this was way too short to be anything but basic. Not that it would have been anything amazing anyway, but it was sad to see Alexander get beat so quickly and decisively.
The recaps/replays from Raw and SmackDown were fine but nothing worth going out of your way to watch again as neither show was strong in the slightest. The matches themselves were below-average by Main Event standards. Natalya vs. Logan was a straight-up rehash of what we saw from them last week while Rawley defeating Alexander in under three minutes was not good.
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