Chelsea Green def. Sarah Logan
Green made her main roster debut last week on Raw in a losing effort against Charlotte Flair. I figured it was a one-and-done (similar to her tag team partner Deonna Purrazzo the week prior), but it looks like she might be here to stay on the Raw roster. Not only did she compete on Main Event, she beat Sarah Logan. Granted, everybody beats Logan, but I figured Logan would win and that this would be a standard showcase for her, so I was pleasantly surprised when it wasn't. It was a decent match even though the crowd had no reason to care.
Mojo Rawley def. No Way Jose
If you've seen one match between Jose and Rawley, you've seen them all. I'm honestly stunned Rawley continues to get mic time before his matches on Main Event. They're as basic as can be and don't elicit strong heat at all. They're designed to get people to care about the match more, and it never works. As you would probably expect, this was a mundane matchup with a flat finish. These two are doomed to face each other on this program until the end of time.
A portion of the Bobby Lashley and Lana wedding from Raw was replayed at the end of this episode, for those interested. Personally, I found it to be a total train wreck in the worst way imaginable, but that's just me. The two featured matches on this show were nothing special in the slightest, but seeing Green in action (not to mention that she won) was cool. The taping was as boring in person as it played out on Hulu, but at least neither matchup lasted longer than it needed to.
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