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WWE 205 Live Results: June 19 2018

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The 06/19/18 episode of WWE 205 Live just wrapped up. We’ve got the match results and our overall thoughts on the show for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #82 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.


Drew Gulak vs. Lince Dorado


With Brian Kendrick at his side, Drew Gulak came to the ring to take on Lucha House Party’s Lince Dorado. Lucha House Party have a new mascot named Penelope, a piñata with a cutout of Gulak’s face taped to it.

After being caught with a handful of Dorado’s tights last week, Gulak was out to prove that he could beat him without any shenanigans. Gulak did tap Dorado with the Gu-Lock in the middle of the ring, but Brian Kendrick got involved multiple times throughout the match, so things weren’t entirely fair.

Winner: Drew Gulak


TJP vs. ???


Before the match, TJP continued to complain about his spot on the 205 Live card. He then shifted his focus toward the man in the ring, who he was supposed to face in one-on-one competition. The young man, who was never named, eventually slapped TJP in the face during the promo, which led to TJP retaliating with a pretty vicious beatdown.


Mustafa Ali vs. Hideo Itami vs. Buddy Murphy


Itami obviously has issues with both Ali and Murphy and did his best to avoid them by rolling out of the ring at the start of the match. Ali and Murphy were having none of it, however, and brought him back into the action the hard way.

Buddy Murphy showed off by no-selling some chops from both Ali and Itami, which doesn’t sound that cool on paper, but looked super badass. The three managed to get the crowd, who didn’t care at all at the start, to really invest in what they were doing by going all out and having one hell of a hard-hitting match.

Triple threats obviously have no rules, so Buddy Murphy introduced the announcers’ desk into the match. Murphy received a Spanish Fly from Ali from atop the table onto the floor for his troubles. This unofficially eliminated Murphy from the match, allowing Itami to focus on Ali and get the victory. Itami exposed a turnbuckle in the corner and dropkicked Ali’s head into the solid steel for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Hideo Itami 

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Evan Cole
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