The July 23 2019 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida, 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 #140 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Lucha House Party vs. Humberto Carrillo & Raul Mendoza
Kalisto and Raul Mendoza started things off here and had a really fun, lucha-style stalemate to get us going. Seriously, some of the moves these guys were doing were absolutely insane.
Speaking of that, a lot of stuff in this match was just too much for words, so we highly recommend you check it out (and this whole show, for that matter) if you missed it.
Gran Metalik (Lince sat this one out) and Humberto Carrillo followed up that first stalemate with another incredible one before things finally slowed down… for a moment, at least.
After a few more fun, back-and-forth spots with some solid tag team wrestling psychology mixed in, Carrillo won the match for his team via a twisting corkscrew splash on Metalik.
Winner: Humberto Carrillo & Raul Mendoza
An Update From Drake Maverick
Drake Maverick updated us on the situation between himself and Mike Kanellis. If you missed it, things finally broke down last week on 205 Live and the two came to blows in the middle of the ring.
A match between the two for next week is official, with an Unsanctioned Match stip attached to it. Should be a good one.
Oney Lorcan vs. ???
Squash match. Oney Lorcan killed some poor guy whose name we didn’t catch.
Winner: Oney Lorcan
Drew Gulak vs. Isaiah “Swerve” Scott
Much like the opener, this match ruled hard and is very much worth checking out if you missed it. Words just simply won’t do this one justice.
Drew Gulak took Isaiah Scott down the moment the bell rang. It looked like he was going to run away with this one, but Scott survived the early storm and actually ended up giving Gulak a run for his money.
On the floor, Gulak hit Scott with a Crucifix Bomb INTO THE RING POST. Ouch. Back in the ring, Scott nearly kicked Gulak’s head off with a modified Shining Wizard. Good stuff all around here.
At one point, Scott actually locked Gulak in a submission hold of his own, but Gulak got out and got Scott in the Gu-Lock moments later. We legit thought it was over from there, but Scott somehow made his way over the ropes to break the hold.
Unfortunately for Scott, it didn’t last much longer after that. Gulak hit a big release suplex, and then the Cyclone Crash, to get the win.