205 Live

The 07/09/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, 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 #138 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.





Brian Kendrick vs. Sunil Singh (w/ Samir Singh)


Brain Kendrick won a short, back-and-forth match with Sunil Singh to start off the show. While the match was far from bad, it was wasn’t anything noteworthy or can’t-miss.

In fact, the main story here is what happened post-match…

As soon as the final bell rang, Samir Singh rolled into the ring and attacked Kendrick from behind. Along with Sunil, the two began stomping on Kendrick… until Akira Tozawa made the save. So it looks like we could be seeing Kendrick and Tozawa vs. The Bollywood Boys in the near future.

Winner: Brian Kendrick



Jack Gallagher vs. ???


Up next, Jack Gallagher won a showcase squash match via pinfall following a headbutt.

Toward the end of the match, Mike Kanellis showed up at ringside and trashed the ringside area. The distraction almost cost Gallagher the match, but it the end he still got the win.

Backstage, Kanellis was fined for his actions by General Manager Drake Maverick. Kanellis promised to get fined again next week when he’s in singles competition against an unnamed opponent.

Winner: Jack Gallagher



Ariya Daivari vs. Oney Lorcan

Anything Goes Match

The show closed out with an “Anything Goes Match” between Ariya Daivari and Oney Lorcan. Spoiler alert: this one ruled hard, and is very much worth checking out if you missed it.

These two wasted little time getting this one going, as Lorcan met Daivari on the stage and started rocking him in the face with punches. Lorcan then quickly got a ton of weapons from underneath the ring and used them on Daivari.

Not to be outdone, Daivari got his own ladder from underneath the ring himself, but it backfired. Lorcan eventually slammed Daivari onto the ladder multiple times, in a variety of different, but all brutal, ways.

Back on the floor, Daivari backdropped Lorcan off the stairs and onto a bunch of chairs (!) set up in a seated position. This is the kind of bump that can do some serious damage and legitimately shorten a career, but Lorcan looked to be okay and landed somewhat safely.

Back in the ring, we got the finish of the match: Lorcan planted Daivari through TWO tables with a top rope suplex. The move took out both guys, but Lorcan landed with his arm on Daivari’s chest, which was all he needed to score the pinfall.

Winner: Oney Lorcan