The Revival def. Titus Worldwide
Considering this is a match we have seen countless times in the past, it was obviously nothing new. The bout was fairly formulaic and saw The Revival on offense for the most part. It wasn't bad by any means, but I can't say it exactly lit the world on fire. The Revival won as they should have, and that was all that mattered. The Revival will be a part of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 34, and I expect they'll soon be joined by Titus Worldwide.
Kalisto, Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik def. Tony Nese, Gentleman Jack Gallagher and Ariya Daivari
This was no different than the six-man tag team match we witnessed with these same men last week, expect Gallagher filled in for TJP. They, again, had their time cut, which was a shame, because this could have been a ton of fun if it was allowed to go a little longer. It was either that or a majority of the match happened during the commercial break, because all I saw was maybe a minute or two in length. If nothing else, The Lucha House Party continued their recent roll with the victory.
If you're a regular viewer of Main Event, then you've likely seen this week's featured matches before. As previously noted, they aren't below-average, but they don't offer much of substance and are honestly forgettable. As for the Raw and SmackDown Live recaps, Raw was pretty abysmal this past week and SmackDown was solid, but the recaps aren't worth going out of your way to watch again.
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