No Way Jose def. Eric Young
Jose's Main Event rivalry with Mojo Rawley may be over (for now), but it looks like he's moved onto facing Eric Young in the meantime. This is another match we've seen a million times on this show before and it never gets any more interesting. It was a perfectly fine bout while it lasted, but both of these guys are the ultimate enhancement talent at the moment and thus it's hard to care about their matches.
The O.C. def. Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins
I'm even more convinced than I was last week that Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are doomed to be relegated to Main Event purgatory until AJ Styles returns to action. Thankfully for them, he's being advertised for the Gauntlet match in Saudi Arabia, so they may be back on Raw soon enough. Meanwhile, this was no different than their match with Hawkins and Ryder last week. The crowd was into parts of it, but it was never anything above average.
I found last week's edition of Main Event to be a bit more bearable than usual (possibly because Cedric Alexander vs. Shelton Benjamin was so good), but it was back to being a forgettable show this week. The O.C. vs. Hawkins and Ryder was essentially a repeat of what we saw from them a week ago and Jose vs. Young was as basic as it gets. The Raw replays are improving because the show has been much better lately, but that doesn't mean you should go out of your way to watch this episode.
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