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205 Live Recap & Review – Episode 35

WWE 205 Live
Episode 35

Original Air Date: July 25, 2017
Event Date: July 25, 2017 (aired live)

City: Richmond, VA
Venue: The Coliseum

Commentary: Vic Joseph, Corey Graves
Ring Announcer: Greg Hamilton


Dasha Fuentes welcomes Neville. Neville says that Daivari made a “critical error” with his attack on RAW last night. 205 Live will forever be Neville’s world. Tonight, Neville will show Daivari what it’s like to step into the ring with the King of the Cruiserweights.

Intro Video
“Hail to the Crown” by CFO$ featuring From Ashes to New

Ring Area
Akira Tozawa heads to the commentary table and gets ready to commentate on the first match of the show. Ariya Daivari comes out next. He questions what Tozawa is doing at ringside. He also says he will dedicate his win over Neville to Abdollah Movahed.


Match 1
Ariya Daivari vs Neville (Cruiserweight Champ)
(referee: Jason Ayers; guest commentary: Akira Tozawa)

Show/Hide Results

Result: Ariya Daivari wins via countout
Time: 4:36

Match Thoughts
An okay match. This was more about making a point than having a competitive match, but the point was fairly well made. This was a decent plot point in the Tozawa/Neville and now Daivari feud.


Ring Area
Tozawa attempts to enter the ring and fight Neville, but referees hold him back.

A recap of the feud between Drew Gulak and Mustafa Ali so far.

Ring Area
The Brian Kendrick heads to the ring. He is frustrated. He tries to help people and teach them, but no one seems to appreciate it. Is everyone ignoring him or are they just too ignorant? To spell it our for people, Kendrick shows a picture of Jack Gallagher on the tron. He points out how “pasty white” Gallagher’s face is (which prompts the picture to add clown makeup to Gallagher’s face). Kendrick then draws attention to Gallagher’s hair (which changes to a multi-colored clown afro). This continues. Kendrick asks whether Gallagher looks like a fighter or a clown. Eventually Gallagher interrupts and comes out to the stage.

Gallagher says he chose to allow Kendrick to speak his mind last week, but taking the high road apparently won’t be an option with Kendrick. Gallagher rushes to the ring, but Kendrick rolls out before he gets there. Kendrick backs away and leaves through the crowd as Gallagher’s music plays.

Dasha Fuentes welcomes Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander. Swann is happy with Alexander as his partner, and Alexander wants more competition. TJP and Tony Nese walk up. TJP thinks Alexander is a good consolation prize after TJP managed to get Tony Nese to be his partner first.


Match 2
TJP & Tony Nese vs Rich Swann & Cedric Alexander
(referee: Danilo Anfibio)

Show/Hide Results

Result: TJP pins Cedric Alexander with a schoolboy
Time: 12:20

Match Thoughts
Very good match. All four guys looked great and had some very nice sequences throughout the match. Alexander and Swann probably felt a little more like a team, but TJP and Nese worked together well when it counted.


Show Impressions
This show as a whole was kind of forgettable, but the main event tag match makes it worth watching. There were no new story developments to speak of, so the entertainment in this show lies completely with the action in the tag match.

Match of the Night
TJP & Tony Nese vs Rich Swann & Cedric Alexander
I liked how the promo right before the match added a little bit of interest between Nese and Alexander, and I liked how this match played out overall. There was a lot of good stuff in this one.



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