Tyler Breeze def. Curt Hawkins
Hawkins was on the verge of snapping his lengthy losing streak on a recent episode of Mixed Match Challenge when he paired up with Ember Moon, but it was his own desperation that cost them the victory. He aimed to redeem himself with a win here, but of course, he came up short. The outcome was never in doubt, but it was a well-wrestled affair and it's nice to see Breeze winning more lately on Main Event.
Zack Ryder and The B-Team def. Mojo Rawley and The Ascension
Ryder and The B-Team successfully teamed up last week against Ascension and Breeze, so it looks like they might be a regular trio on Main Event going forward. They clearly enjoy working together, and it isn't as if they're doing anything else at the moment, so why the hell not? At any rate, this was a perfectly serviceable six-man tag team match. Nothing about it stood out as special whatsoever, but it was fine for the time given.
You know the drill: Raw was abysmal as always on Monday night, so skip right over any Raw recaps that air on this show. SmackDown Live was significantly better and thus the recaps are a bit more bearable to sit through, but they aren't worth going out of your way to see. Meanwhile, this week's two featured matches are decent, yet totally forgettable. You aren't wasting your time if you watch this edition of Main Event, but you aren't missing anything if you don't.
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