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WWE 205 Live Results: June 26 2018

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The 06/26/18 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 #83 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.


Tony Nese vs. Akira Tozawa


Tony Nese and Akira Tozawa had a fun back-and-forth matchup to kick off tonight’s show. Tozawa got a much needed win via pinfall following the Drop Zone from the top rope.

Nese is really good at mixing in flashy stuff without completely burying the babyface in the process, something that a lot of heels in 2018 struggle to achieve. He may be the most underrated man on 205 Live.

Winner: Akira Tozawa 


Cedric Alexander Wants Hideo Itami 


Backstage, Cedric Alexander asked for a match with Hideo Itami. Alexander said he wanted to defend his Cruiserweight Championship against the best of the best, and even called Itami a legend in the process. General Manager Drake Maverick said he would consider making the match.


Lio Rush vs. Dewey James (?)


Lio Rush finally made his 205 Live debut. He defeated Dewey James (?) in quick fashion. He actually spent the majority of the allotted time taking off his jewelry, which got a nice reaction from the crowd.

After the match, Rush cut a promo running down the rest of the 205 Live roster. Rush is going to be  a huge star on the purple brand, so buckle up folks, things are going to get good.

Winner: Lio Rush 


Alexander and Itami Get Heated


Alexander and Itami got into it backstage and had to be separated by referees and GM Maverick. A match between the two for the Cruiserweight Championship is going to be must-see TV for wrestling fans, to say the least.


Lucha House Party vs. Jack Gallagher,  Drew Gulak, and Brian Kendrick

6-Man Elimination Tag Team Match


Gran Metalik was eliminated from the match in the early moments, meaning the team of Jack Gallagher,  Drew Gulak, and Brian Kendrick had the numbers advantage from the jump. Lince Dorado did eliminate Brian Kendrick to even things up, but Kendrick stayed around and interjected himself into the match illegally to make things even more unfair for the LHP.

Kalisto, the last survivor of Lucha House Party, was left to face Gallagher and Gulak alone. He managed to overcome the odds and eliminate Gallagher, but the damage had been done, and Gulak tapped out The Lucha One via the Gu-Lock to get the win.

Winners: Jack Gallagher,  Drew Gulak, and Brian Kendrick

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Evan Cole
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