The 05/14/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of The O2 Arena in London, England, 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 #129 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Mark Andrews vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. James Drake vs. Jack Gallagher
James Drake rolled out of the ring the moment the match began, which was actually not a bad idea. The other three competitors instantly started going at it, and Drake snagged Andrews from the floor and dropped him face-first onto the ring apron.
Drake took Gallagher out too, making it one-on-one between him and Humberto Carrillo. Carrillo, with a big roundhouse kick and a dive to the floor, then took out Drake.
Gallagher brought back his umbrella, William, and did a dive from the top rope to the floor, laying everyone out. Back in the ring, Gallagher landed a (very) delayed vertical suplex on Andrews, getting a nice reaction from the crowd.
Gallagher and Andrews collided hard in a headbutt from Gallagher, sending Andrews to the floor and left Gallagher quite woozy. This gave Carrillo the opening he needed, and he took advantage of it, rolling up Carrillo to get the win.
Winner: Humberto Carrillo
Ligero vs. Tony Nese
Ligero and Tony Nese went back-and-forth early on, with neither man gaining an advantage. At one point, the two exchanged about 10 or so one-counts, gaining the crowd’s attention. Up next was a big chop exchange, which ended with Nese getting the better of Ligero.
Nese went for his cartwheel/superkick deal on the apron, but Ligero cut him off and sent him to the floor with a headscissors takedown. Ligero then went for a running dive to the floor but was met with a huge shoulder tackle from Nese in the ring. Good stuff.
Nese then decided it was time for the Running Nese, but it was blocked by Ligero, who caught him with a roll-up that nearly ended the match. Ligero then landed a pretty springboard splash, and that running diving senton he tried earlier, putting himself down for the count as well as Nese.
Back in the ring, Nese nearly crushed Ligero with a 450 splash, but again, it wasn’t enough. Frustrated, Nese slammed Ligero hard into the corner, and then it was all over thanks to the Running Nese.
The two embraced post-match, but both were taken out by Ariya Daivari. Daivari, who meets Nese for the Cruiserweight Title this Sunday, laid the title on Nese’s unconscious body to close out the show.
Winner: Tony Nese