WWE 205 Live Results: September 26 2018

The 09/26/18 edition of WWE 205 Live, out of the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE 205 Live results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #96 of WWE 205 Live by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.





Noam Dar vs. Lio Rush

 

Lio Rush pulled the cheap-shot card to start the match, giving him a slight advantage over Noam Dar to start things off. Rush controlled Dar in the ring and on the mat in the early going, which was an interesting tactic because Rush is more known for his high-flying ability, using his athleticism and quickness to dish out punishment on his opponents.

Dar managed to turn things around for a split second, but Rush shut it down quickly and hit the The Final Hour to get the pinfall victory.

Winner: Lio Rush


 

Brian Kendrick vs. ???

 

Brian Kendrick defeated an unnamed man in less than 10 seconds via submission. Kendrick, along with Jack Gallagher and Drew Gulak , beat down the man post-match to further drive home the point that they are not nice human beings.

Winner: Brian Kendrick 


 

Table for 3: Alexander, Maverick, and Murphy

 

Backstage, General Manager Drake Maverick moderated a face-to-face meeting between Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander and his next challenger, Buddy Murphy. Nothing groundbreaking here, this was simply to promote the Cruiserweight Championship match scheduled for WWE Super Show-Down.


 

Mustafa Ali vs. Hideo Itami

 

Mustafa Ali came out of the gate guns blazing, but Hideo Itami took charge rather quickly. Itami found a ton of creative ways to dish out punishment on Ali, including multiple attacks to Ali’s head, which was awesome storytelling. Remember, Ali has been out for awhile with an injury that he sustained via Itami’s aggressive offense, so things were bound to get intense during this bout.

Ali, who is probably the best babyface in WWE at the moment, found his own unique and creative ways to retaliate. At one point, he hit a 450 splash from the top rope on Itami, who was on the apron. This actually led to both men being laid out on the floor at ringside, ending the match in a double countout.

Winner: No Contest


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