The September 17 2019 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, 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 #147 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Ariya Daivari vs. Lince Dorado
We are off to a HOT start as @AriyaDaivariWWE & @LuchadorLD CLASH in the ring on #205Live! pic.twitter.com/sU4cV493iK— WWE (@WWE) September 18, 2019
Lince Dorado came to fight tonight, he rocked Daivari early and got the crowd going the moment the opening bell rang. Daivari, of course, weathered the early storm and fought his back into the match.
The two then had a really solid back-and-forth bout that eventually saw Dorado get the win with the Shooting Star Press. It’s safe to say Dorado is done with Daivari for good now.
Winner: Lince Dorado
Jack Gallagher vs. Brian Kendrick
Now he’s attacking @TozawaAkira!— 205 Live (@WWE205Live) September 18, 2019
What the heck is goin’ on?!?! #205Live @mrbriankendrick pic.twitter.com/fkQO4V5qzj
Before this one could really get going, Brian Kendrick grabbed a kendo stick and got himself DQ’d after striking Jack Gallagher in the back with it. Akira Tozawa tried to stop the beating but got a kendo stick shot as well for his troubles.
Kendrick has officially lost it, to say the least.
Winner: Jack Gallagher (via DQ)
Oney Lorcan vs. Tony Nese
The #FuryOf205Live!#205Live @_StarDESTROYER pic.twitter.com/hcE57bUxbD— 205 Live (@WWE205Live) September 18, 2019
Even with the finish (more on that later), I was more than satisfied with tonight’s main event. To say this one lived up to the expectations would be an understatement.
Both Oney Lorcan and Tony Nese brought everything they had. After tons of big moves, things eventually spilled out the floor, where Lorcan really shined. He’s probably one of my favorite brawlers in all of WWE at the moment.
Right when it looked like Lorcan was going to get the win, Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak got involved. This led to Nese getting the win, which tells me this feud is far from over (which is a good thing).