WWE 205 Live returns to WWE Network tonight (June 18, 2019), live on Tuesday nights, with a show from Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California.
Advertised for tonight: General Manager Drake Maverick has to decide who will face Cruiserweight champ Tony Nese at Stomping Grounds after both Akira Tozawa & Drew Gulak claimed victory in last week’s killer 4Way main event. Plus, the Singhs vs. Lucha House Party in tag action.
Come right back here at 10 p.m. ET. We’ll update all the results from 205 Live live as it airs on WWE Network below the line.
Enjoy the show!
- The show opens with Drake Maverick’s usual show-opening hype reel promo, announcing a triple-threat for the title at Stomping Grounds between champion Tony Nese, Akira Tozawa, and Drew Gulak.
- Singh Brothers (Samir & Sunil Singh) over Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado) by pinfall with a schoolboy pin and a handful of tights on Dorado.
- Noam Dar cuts a promo about his time rehabbing his injuries on Mallorca and talking about how he’ll be happy to return to 205 Live once his demands are met. Brian Kendrick rolls up and Dar hurriedly clues him in on the fiction that he’s meant to be in Mallorca and then Kendrick says he’s happy to check in on his friend before he takes his jet back to his match in California… in like two minutes.
- Brian Kendrick over Russ Taylor by pinfall with Sliced Bread #2.
- Jack Gallagher is interviewed backstage and is soon interrupted by Mike and Maria Kanellis, who berate him for blowing a golden opportunity last week. They talk about how they might not stick around, but if they do, it’ll be to put 205 Live on their backs. Gallagher admits he’s been in a slump and offers Kanellis a chance to get a black eye in front of his wife next week. Mike says he looks forward to seeing him try.
- Oney Lorcan over Ariya Daivari by disqualification after Daivari hits him with a chair at ringside.
- Post-match, Daivari beats Lorcan up at length, putting him into the steel steps and then the LED boards before referees swarm him to warn him off. But he’s not quite done yet and he hits the Pepsi Twist on the stage!
- The show ends with a promo from Tony Nese about how the odds are stacked against him in this triple threat and so on, and promos from each of his challengers, Tozawa vowing to win and Gulak admitting there’s no hope for a better 205 Live, but for a better Drew Gulak, a Drew Gulak that only cares about pain and punishment.