The 05/28/19 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, 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 #131 of 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Mike Kanellis (w/ Maria Kanellis) vs. Brian Kendrick
Brian Kendrick ran at Mike Kanellis full-speed the moment the bell rang, gaining the upper hand in the match rather quickly. Things then spilled out to the floor, where Kanellis suplexed Kendrick into the barricade, dumping him on his head in the process.
Back in the ring, Kendrick tried to fight his way back into the match, but Kanellis cut him off with a pretty spinebuster. On the floor again, it was Kendrick who got the big suplex on Kanellis, off the stairs and onto the ground below.
Kanellis and Kendrick engaged in a striking exchange in the ring that ended with Kendrick nearly getting his head clotheslined off by Kanellis. The momentum and the wear-and-tear from the match sent Kanellis to the floor as well.
Once both men got back on their feet, Kendrick went for Sliced Bread #2, but Kanellis rolled out of it and landed a superkick flush to Kendrick’s jaw. He followed up that kick with a fireman’s carry Michinoku Driver, and then an inverted spinning neckbreaker, which was enough to get him the win.
Winner: Mike Kanellis (w/ Maria Kanellis)
Noam Dar vs. Mike Karma (???)
Squash match. A very cocky Noam Dar got the win via the Nova Roller.
Winner: Noam Dar
Humberto Carrillo vs. Jack Gallagher
Jack Gallagher took this thing to the ground early on, which makes sense on paper, or so we (Gallagher and us) thought it did… On the ground, Humberto Carrillo actually dominated Gallagher easily, which led to Gallagher getting a bit frustrated and turning to strikes instead.
After a bit of striking sent Carrillo to the outside, Gallagher threw Carrillo hard into the barricade, injuring his shoulder and rendering Carrillo a one-armed man for the rest of the match. Carrillo, with the one arm, could still fly, however, and wiped out Gallagher with a dive to the floor later on in the match.
Carrillo was resting near the timekeeper’s area when Gallagher charged at him full-speed. Using Gallagher’s own momentum, Carrillo hip tossed him into the barricade, which looked and sounded brutal.
They then made their way back into the ring and brawled a bit more before Gallagher went for his delayed vertical suplex. Carrillo, who had a good scouting report, rested in the hold for a second before spiking Gallagher head-first into the mat with a DDT.
One top rope twisting splash later, Carrillo had the W via pinfall.
Winner: Humberto Carrillo