205 Live Results

The 04/30/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, just wrapped up. We’ve got the match results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #127 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.






The Singh Brothers vs. Lucha House Party


The Singh Brothers made their return to 205 Live tonight. In case you forgot, the Singhs were actually on the first-ever episode of 205 Live.

LHP were rollin’ early on in this match, but one Singh brother distracted Lince Dorado, allowing the other to attack him from behind, turning the match around completely.

The Singhs held their own for a bit, but once Gran Metalik got the hot tag, it was pretty much over from there. LHP won with back-to-back top-rope elbow drop/shooting star press maneuvers.

Winner: Lucha House Party



Drew Gulak vs. Tony Nese


Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese wanted a fight and Drew Gulak was more than willing to step up to the plate. The title wasn’t on the line, however, as Ariya Daivari is the current #1 contender.

The two started off slow, but Nese got the better end of a striking exchange that sent Gulak to the floor so he could regroup. Nese didn’t let him, though, wiping him out with a big dive.

Back in the ring, Gulak landed a knee that really rocked Nese. Nese rolled out to the apron, where he was met with a nasty bodyslam from Gulak, which looked brutal.

Gulak actually went up to the top rope but was met with a palm strike from Nese. Once both men got back on their feet, they engaged in another striking exchange, which ended with Nese landing a beautiful springboard moonsault on Gulak.

Nese couldn’t put Gulak away, so he decided to rough him up a bit on the floor. At one point he nailed Gulak with a vertical suplex on the ringside floor, which couldn’t have felt good.

Back in the ring, Gulak went to the top again, this time successfully connecting with the top rope gutbuster, which you can see in the tweet above.

Nese fought his way back into the match, and even went to the top-rope himself, but failed to connect on a 450 splash. Gulak locked in the Gu-Lock, but Nese rolled out of it into pinfall attempt, which ended with a two-count.

Nese then German suplexed Gulak into the corner and quickly went for his Running Nese, but Gulak met him mid-run with a huge lariat. It wasn’t enough, however, and the two repeated the same sequence again, this time with Nese’s Running Nese connecting.

Winner: Tony Nese