The August 6 2019 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, 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 #142 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Humberto Carrillo vs. Lince Dorado
Lince Dorado, who has been talking some serious trash about Humberto Carrillo lately, finally got him in a one-on-one match to kick off the show.
Dorado tried to ground the high-flying Carrillo early on in the match, which was kind of surprising, but that strategy only worked for him for so long. Eventually, Dorado had no choice but to fly around with Carrillo, which was obviously a ton of fun to watch.
Things eventually spilled out to the floor where both men failed to meet the ten-count after a brutal-looking dive spot. Carrillo, frustrated, dove one again after the match, wiping out Dorado and Gran Metalik, who was in Dorado’s corner for the match.
Backstage, Ariya Daivari encouraged Dorado to drop the Lucha House Party and go out on his own. Dorado’s had more of an edge about him as of late, so it’ll be interesting to see what his future holds on 205 Live, especially if he tries to break out on his own.
Winner: Double Count-out
Ariya Daivari vs. Jack Gallagher vs. Kalisto vs. Oney Lorcan vs. Tony Nese vs. Akira Tozawa
6-Pack Challenge No. 1 Contendership Match
This 6-Pack Challenge match was to determine the no. 1 contender for Drew Gulak’s Cruiserweight Championship. In fact, the winner earned a shot at Gulak’s title this Sunday at SummerSlam, which is a pretty quick turnaround, to say the least.
Things started out kind of slow here, but once they got going, they really got going. In fact, it was next to impossible to document everything that happened, so we’ll just give you a few of the highlights.
Early on in the match, Tony Nese dove to the floor, wiping out a few different competitors. Jack Gallagher then followed him with his umbrella-assisted dive, which always gets a good reaction.
Kalisto tried to join the party (no pun intended), but there were just too many guys on the floor by this point, so they all easily caught him. As a unit, they literally threw Kalisto over the announcer’s table, and he landed hard. Seriously, we really hope he’s okay.
After a bit more brawling with everyone in and around the ring, Oney Lorcan landed his half-and-half suplex on Nese to get the win. Lorcan and Gulak had a stare-off to close out the show. Obviously, a match between those two is going to rule hard, so we’re pretty excited to see that one on Sunday.