205 Live Results March 12 2019

The 03/12/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio, 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 #120 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.






Cedric Alexander vs. Oney Lorcan

Cruiserweight Championship No. 1 Contender Tournament Match

After a slow start, Oney Lorcan got things going with a big chop, dropping Cedric Alexander to his knees. Not to be outdone, Alexander quickly returned to his feet and knocked down Lorcan with a beautiful dropkick, which earned him a two count.

Alexander went for the Lumbar Check early, but Lorcan blocked it, landing a clothesline to score a near fall of his own.

This match wasn’t as fast-paced as most cruiserweight matches, but these two made up for it with hard-hitting action and really fun storytelling. Alexander landed a Neuralzyer, then the Flatliner, but again only got a two count out of it.

Lorcan fought back and hit a blockbuster, then his half-and-half suplex, but couldn’t put Alexander away. Alexander landed a massive spear on the apron, then a Michinoku Driver, but Lorcan somehow managed to kick out.

Lorcan then took things to the next level. He hit his half-and-half suplex from the top rope, but Alexander kicked out! Frustrated, Lorcan repeatedly slapped Alexander in the face, but Alexander grabbed ahold of Lorcan and hit the Lumbar Check.

Obviously, it was game over from there.

Winner: Cedric Alexander



Drew Gulak vs. Tony Nese

Cruiserweight Championship No. 1 Contender Tournament Match

Following Cedric Alexander’s lead, Drew Gulak went for the Gu-Lock in the early moments of the match. Nese managed to escape, rolling to the floor, where both men brawled for a bit before returning to the ring.

Gulak really worked over Nese’s shoulders and neck, which makes sense, because the Gu-Lock damages that area of the body. This match was seriously 95% Gulak stretching Nese in the most uncomfortable ways he could come up with, which isn’t a bad thing.

Nese hit his split-legged moonsault, but Gulak kicked out of the pinfall attempt that immediately followed. Gulak nailed Nese with two powerbombs, but Nese refused to give up and kicked out of the pinfall attempt.

Nese went for a 450 splash from the top rope, but Gulak moved, and Nese crashed hard (and face first) into the mat.

Gulak finally locked in the Gu-Lock tightly, but Nese rolled out of it all the way to the ropes, which was a neat way to break a hold. Gulak went right back to it, but Nese got the ropes and then rolled backward and pinned Gulak, winning the match in the process.

Winner: Tony Nese