Tonight’s show was light on wrestling with the exceptions of a nice opener and closer, but there were a few good moments including a memorable segment featuring Paul Heyman confronting Samoa Joe.
This felt like a pre-show for Extreme Rules (which it kind of is), but it still managed to have a couple of decent matches.
It feels like we’ve seen this show before, but I still enjoyed seeing TJP face Austin Aries in this pretty good episode of 205 Live.
A very good show with a great balance of very entertaining matches and many significant storyline segments.
Rich Swann and Noam Dar finally meet in the ring to settle their issues, but after a very nice match, was anything really settled?
This episode was light on story, but the matches more than made up for that.
A good show with some good matches, but a long-running feud seems to end in a rather uneventful way on this edition of 205 Live.
A good show with a great main event. TJ Perkins and his new attitude took on Jack Gallagher who just wanted Perkins to act like a Gentleman.
The 205 Live after Wrestlemania might not have been as surprising as RAW or SmackDown, but three solid matches make this a show not to be missed.
The tradition of an exciting RAW after Wrestlemania continues with some welcome returns and some very good matches!
While nothing new really happened, this was an entertaining show with matches that got progressively better.
Mustafa Ali and Cedric Alexander team up to face Tony Nese and Drew Gulak, and Jinder Mahal takes on Sin Cara in an okay episode of Main Event.
This show had some surprises, and the main event tag match helped make this a show worth watching even though most of the actual wrestling isn’t anything special.
Since this is the last episode of NXT before Takeover: Brooklyn, this show was basically a really long promo for the event (even though there were a couple of matches).
Another good show with some more great moments.