205 Live

The 06/18/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Toyota Arena in Ontario, Canada, 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 #135 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.





The Singh Brothers vs. Lucha House Party


Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik) vs. The Singh Brothers kicked off tonight’s show. The two teams went back-and-forth for the entirety of the match, which kind of surprised me. LHP, especially Metalik, really shined, however.

At one point, Metalik stood on the top rope and dove to the floor, wiping both of the Singhs. Dorado then hit the Shooting Star Press, but it wasn’t enough to get the win.

One of the Singh Brothers eventually went after Penelope, LHP’s piñata and Kalisto fought him over it. This distraction allowed for the other Singh Bro to get the win via rollup from behind.

There were lots of new (and weird) camera angles for this match, and for the whole show, for that matter. I’m not sure if I liked them or not? Kudos to WWE for trying new things, I suppose.

Winner: The Singh Brothers



An Update on the Cruiserweight Championship Situation


Last week’s show had a fatal 5-way to determine the new no. 1 contender for Tony Nese’s Cruiserweight Championship. The match ended in controversy, with both Drew Gulak and Akira Tozawa having a claim to victory.

The solution? A 3-way at Stomping Grounds for the title.



Brian Kendrick vs. Russ Taylor (???)


Brian Kendrick defeated Russ Taylor (???) in a squash match.

Winner: Brian Kendrick



Ariya Daivari vs. Oney Lorcan


Oney Lorcan attacked Ariya Daivari the moment the bell rang, which is my favorite way to start a Oney Lorcan match. He then landed a few big uppercuts and didn’t really let up afterward, which is good stuff.

In fact, it took Daivari a few minutes to get his shirt off, which was kinda funny.

Daivari managed to weather the storm and went after Lorcan’s left arm the moment he saw an opening. He eventually locked on the Million Dollar Dream submissions hold, but Lorcan managed to escape.

Lorcan was a one-armed man at this point, which was bad news for him, obviously. Daivari threw Lorcan off the top rope BY HIS ARMS, which looked awesome.

He followed that up with the top rope frog splash, but Lorcan moved, avoiding the move completely. Lorcan then hit a big running uppercut, and then the half-and-half suplex, but Daivari rolled out to the floor so he couldn’t be pinned.

Lorcan met him out there, with a dive to the floor, and it looked as though he was closing in on the win. Daivari realized this, too, and hit Lorcan with a chair to cause the DQ.

He then beat down Lorcan for a few moments, including throwing him into the Titantron setup on the ramp, to close out the show.

Winner: Oney Lorcan (via DQ)