WWE 205 Live Results: August 21 2018

The 08/21/18 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE 205 Live results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #91 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.





Noam Dar vs. TJP

 

Noam Dar defeated TJP in the opening contest of the evening. Both men held a victory over one another, making this bout a rubber match, but Dar now has the advantage in the series. Hopefully WWE has big plans for Dar, either on 205 Live or NXT UK, because he’s absolutely fantastic.

Hip hop star Wale was on commentary for this bout, and the entire segment was built around TJP and Wale not really seeing eye-to-eye with one another. Wale didn’t do too bad on the headset, especially since the 4-man commentary booth is never pleasant.

Winner: Noam Dar 


 

Drew Gulak is Done… For Now. 

 

 

General Manager Drake Maverick denied Drew Gulak’s request for a rematch with WWE Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander. Maverick said that Gulak would get another shot one day, just not anytime soon.


 

Colin Delaney vs. Akira Tozawa

 

Colin Delaney versus Akira Tozawa never happened, as Drew Gulak and his boys (Jack Gallagher and Brian Kendrick) laid out both men before things could get going.

Gulak then grabbed a microphone and called out Alexander, who quickly answered, but was shut down by GM Drake Maverick before things got too out of control. Gulak eventually got Alexander down to the ring with a slew of insults, but Gulak and his boys decided to retreat before anything could happen.


 

Lucha House Party vs. Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese

Tornado Tag Team Match

 

Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese did a good job singling out both Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik at different points in the match, creating a 2-on-1 advantage and utilizing the tornado tag match rules to perfection.

Dorado and Metalik fought back and made things exciting, flying around and doing wonderful lucha things to Murphy and Nese. The last few moments of this bout were tremendous, drawing a “this is awesome” chant and loud cheers from what was no doubt an exhausted Brooklyn crowd.

Buddy Murphy decided to shove Kalisto, who had been at ringside for the entirety of the match, but hadn’t gotten involved, and that came back to haunt him. Kalisto grabbed Murphy’s leg as Murphy attempted to run the ropes, allowing Metalik to hit a pinning combination to get the win.

Go out of your way to check out this match if you missed it, it’s well worth the watch.

Winner: Lucha House Party 


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