Naomi def. Sarah Logan
Logan remains a main stay on Main Event, but at least she didn't face Natalya or Dana Brooke for a change. Instead, she took on Naomi, who I continue to forget is a member of the Raw roster with how infrequently she appears on WWE TV nowadays. Nevertheless, this was a perfectly solid match that suffered from not having enough time. I'm sure it would have been a bit better had it lasted a little longer.
Titus O'Neil and The Lucha House Party def. Eric Young, EC3, Robert Roode and Cesaro
The Main Event Muscle Men have reunited and it feels so good. In all seriousness, it's sad WWE can't find regular roles on Raw for EC3, Roode and Cesaro each week (I consider Young a lost cause by this point), but I guess I shouldn't be surprised that they were relegated to Main Event this week since Raw Reunion was on Monday. This didn't receive nearly enough time and felt insanely rushed, but what we got was decent. The wrong team went over, though.
What more is there really to say about Main Event that hasn't already been said? The show usually features forgettable matches and this week was no different. Naomi vs. Logan was hardly anything special and the eight-man tag team main event was a waste of time. The rest of the episode was filled with replays from Raw Reunion and SmackDown Live, and while I enjoyed both shows, I don't think they are worth sitting through again.
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