The 06/11/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California, 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 #134 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Chad Gable vs. Jack Gallagher
Chad Gable made his surprise debut on 205 Live tonight and had an awesome match with Jack Gallagher. No one knew he was going to show up, including Gallagher, which played heavily into the story of the match.
Gallagher was completely caught off guard by Gable at first and struggled early on in the match as a result. Things eventually spilled out to the floor, where Gallagher got aggressive and threw Gable shoulder-first into the steps, turning the match around in the process.
Back in the ring, Gallagher landed a delayed vertical suplex, but Gable kicked out of the pinfall attempt that immediately followed. Gable, not to be outdone, planted Gallagher with two belly-to-belly suplexes AND a dragon suplex with a pinning combination, but again it wasn’t enough to end the match.
Gallagher went for a dive to the floor, but Gable caught him. He held on for a second before sending Gallagher to the floor via a nasty-looking overhead German suplex.
Because of this move, Gallagher failed to meet the ten count, and Gable got the win via countout.
Winner: Chad Gable
The Singh Brothers vs. Dos Locales
The Singh Brothers got the win in a squash match over… Dos Locales. That’s probably the funniest “local enhancement” name of all time.
Squash matches rule, and this one was super entertaining. We’re still building towards The Singhs versus Lucha House Party, so expect to see that again soon.
Winner: The Singh Brothers
Humberto Carrillo vs. Drew Gulak vs. Oney Lorcan vs. Akira Tozawa
No. 1 Contendership Fatal 4-Way Match
Author’s Note: This match was FANTASTIC. It very well might be the best cruiserweight match of the year. A lot happened, too much for me to capture via text, so go out of your way to watch it if you missed it.
Drew Gulak took out Humberto Carrillo as soon as the opening bell sounded. Gulak and Oney Lorcan then teamed up for a bit, until Lorcan went for a pinning combination on someone, which forced Gulak to start chopping him in the chest, too.
The crowd was HOT for this match. This one of the best 205 Live crowds of all time, easily.
Lorcan landed his half-and-half suplex on Carrillo onto Gulak, but Tozawa broke up Lorcan’s pinning attempt via a top rope Senton. What an awesome spot, and much more clever than the Tower of Doom.
We got a big sequence on the apron involving all four men that ended with Tozawa taking out Gulak and Carrillo taking out Lorcan with big dives to the floor. Good stuff.
Ariya Daivari then showed up and bashed Lorcan in the spine with a steel chair, removing him from the equation for the rest of the match.
The finish just involved Gulak and Tozawa. Gulak went for, and landed, a top rope suplex on Tozawa, but both men’s shoulders were down on the mat.
They both thought they won the match, and each had a referee that agreed with them, which led to Drake Maverick coming down to try and clean up the mess.
The show went off the air with everyone completely confused as to who won the match, and who the new no. 1 contender is.