Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher and The Brian Kendrick
The Lucha House Party has basically become a staple on Main Event by this point, and while their matches never last too long, they're always enjoyable. This was no exception as they produced a nice little matchup with Gallagher and Kendrick in what was a small taste of what to expect from their upcoming clash on next week's edition of 205 Live. Metalik and Dorado scored the victory, but I could just as easily see the heels getting their win back in the rematch.
Breezango def. The Revival
This is a feud that could be great for Raw's tag team division because the matches can be fun, like this one was. Normally, I wouldn't look too much into the babyfaces winning, but The Revival have won more often than not on Main Event these days, so this loss was a bit concerning for their future. That said, here's hoping these teams continue to clash on Main Event/Raw going forward because they work well together.
I was hoping the Canadian crowd would make the show more fun than usual like was the case with this week's Raw and SmackDown Live, and although they weren't dead, they weren't too hot, either. Nevertheless, both featured matches were well-wrestled and made good use of the time they were given. The Raw and SmackDown recaps weren't worth writing home about, but I could think of more pointless things to do with your time than checking this episode out.
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