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WWE 205 Live Results: August 7 2018

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The 08/07/18 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, 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 #89 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

The Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Kalisto) vs. Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese


Our opening contest saw The Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Kalisto) face off against Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese in tag team competition. This was a solid bout filled with hard-hitting and high-flying action. Thanks to a distraction from Murphy, Nese to got the pinfall via a rollup (and a handful of tights) to secure the win for his team.

Winner: Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese


Noam Dar vs. Sean Maluta 


A video package aired prior to the match highlighting Dar’s long road to recovery following the knee injury he suffered last December. During the video, Dar also called out TJP, who recently attempted to re-injure that knee in a bout with Dar.

Sean Maluta went after Dar’s knee straight out of the gate, but Dar eventually hit Maluta with a running enzuigiri for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Noam Dar


Cedric Alexander and Drew Gulak Speak


Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander challenged Jack Gallagher, close friend of Drew Gulak, to a match next week.

Drew Gulak called Alexander foolish, saying that a match with Gallagher five days before their Cruiserweight Championship showdown at SummerSlam was a bad move. Gulak is on a mission to turn 205 Live into Drew05 Live, and we’re very much here for it.


Mustafa Ali vs. Hideo Itami 


Mustafa Ali, after giving us quite a scare last week on Twitter, returned to in-ring action against Hideo Itami in tonight’s main event.

Early on in the match, Ali nailed Itami with a nasty diving senton to the floor, which looked like it hurt both men. Later on, while both guys were on the apron, Itami drove Ali into the ring posts with a dropkick that completely turned the match in his favor.

Ali managed to fight his way back into things, nailing Itami with a nasty sunset flip powerbomb for a near-fall. Itami attempted to dropkick Ali’s head into the ring steps yet again, but Ali got out of the way and landed a tornado DDT on Itami from the top rope to the ringside floor.

Ali went for the 054, but it appeared as though his health issues from last week prevented him from performing the move, allowing Itami to hit multiple dropkicks to Ali’s head and secure the pinfall victory.

Post-match, various referees and General Manger Drake Maverick rushed to Ali’s side. It appeared as though Ali was still suffering the effects of whatever put him in the hospital last week, as that was the common thread that held this entire match (and post-match segment) together.

If you missed this match, go out of your way to watch it, because we can’t recommend it enough.

Winner: Hideo Itami 

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