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WWE 205 Live Results: May 1 2018

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The 05/01/18 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 #75 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.


Hideo Itami and Akira Tozawa vs. Jack Gallagher and Brian Kendrick 


Just when it appeared as though Hideo Itami and Akira Tozawa were finally on the same page, a simple mistake cost them the match, and possibly the future of their team. To close out a very hard fought match, Itami knocked Tozawa off the top rope, crotching him in the process and allowing for Gallagher and Kendrick to get the win.

After the bout, Itami and Tozawa (mostly Itami) appeared to break up, which probably doesn’t bode well for the future of the non-existent cruiserweight tag titles.

Winner: Jack Gallagher and Brian Kendrick 


Buddy Murphy vs. Liam Lewie (sp?)


Buddy Murphy, who made it back under 205 pounds, absolutely crushed an enhancement talent in convincing fashion. At one point, Murphy hit three consecutive powerbombs on Lewie without releasing him from his grasp, which actually led to the referee stopping the match.

Murphy is the nasty heel that Cedric Alexander so desperately needs right now. Those two are going to make magic together sooner rather than later. Speaking of Alexander, he showed up post-match and ran Murphy away, but not before punching him in the face a few times.

Winner: Buddy Murphy 


Drew Gulak vs. Kalisto


These two started off slow, with Gulak grounding Kalisto for the first few moments of the match. Eventually Kalisto began to fly, which ended up costing him more than once, because Gulak was waiting for him to do so and capitalized. Using Gulak’s “no fly zone” gimmick in the ring to tell a story is so damn good, especially when you have someone who is as good at the lucha things as Kalisto.

Gulak may be the new “Man of 1000 Holds,” because he bent Kalisto in a bunch of unnatural looking ways using a ton of different maneuvers. Gulak had things under control until he tried to unmask Kalisto, unlocking the second level of lucha, which was almost too much for Gulak to handle. Luckily for Gulak, he overcame the lucha, countering a Salida del Sol attempt into the Gu-Lock for the win.

This match got a good response from the Montreal crowd, including a “this is awesome” chant at one point. If you haven’t seen it, we couldn’t recommend it more.

Winner: Drew Gulak

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Evan Cole
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