The action continues inside the SAP Center in San Jose, California immediately following this week’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown, as the WWE Cruiserweight division will be on display as 205 Live returns on the WWE Network.
Follow our ongoing play-by-play results coverage of the Friday, February 7th episode of WWE 205 Live below.
WWE 205 LIVE RESULTS (2/7): SAN JOSE, CA.
Jon Quasto and Aiden English speaking on main event Triple Threat Match between Jordan Devlin Tony Nese and Lio Rush. Kicking things off, Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan.
Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan vs. Ariya Daivari & The Brian Kendrick
Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan make their way to the ring quickly a video clip from last month showing Kendrick nailing Danny Burch during a match, then two weeks ago holding Kendrick’s hand causing a victory over Burch, and last Friday on 205 Live where they were taking a chair to attempt ending Burch’s career.
Ariya Daivari and The Brian Kendick make their way to the ring next, joining Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan in the ring for tonight’s match up. Daivari trips Burch from ringside and drags him out of the ring. Daivari gets a few good hits in on Burch before tossing him back into the ring. The referee still distracted by Oney and Kendrick.
Kendrick lands a Dropkick on Burch, then drags him to the corner where Daivari tags in and lands a few good boots to the body of Burch. Burch back to his feet, sends Daivari over the rope to the outside. Burch gets the tag to Lorcan. Lorcan gets a Clothesline on Kendrick. Daivari is nearly turned inside out as Lorcan lands a massive Uppercut.
Daivari gets a Double Blockbuster by Lorcan. Burch barking orders to Lorcan. Daivari gets a chair to the midsection by Lorcan, causing the referee to signal for the bell, declaring this match a DQ.
After the Match
Lorcan with a crazed look in his eyes. Burch yanks the chair from Lorcan, throwing it to the side of the ring. Burch tells Lorcan to “get the table”. Lorcan looking like a madman, pushes the table into the ring. Kendrick slides Daivari out of the ring just in time. Kendrick and Daivari stumble away with a painful disqualification victory as we head into commercial.
The Singh Brothers vs Local Talent
Sunile and Samir Singh make their way to the ring as their music sounds in the arena. They are announced as they dance and hype the crowd as they make their way down the ramp and enter the ring. Sunile and Samir dance once again inside the ring after the bell has sounded. Dixie seemingly annoyed with the Singh’s dancing, Dixie hits Samir from behind. Samir counters, dropping Dixie to the mat.
Samir tags in Sunil who only stays in the ring for a few moments before quickly handing the tag back off to Samir. Both Samir and Sunil double team with a Synchronized Dropkick. Samir gains the upper hand as he gets repeated hits on Dixie, followed by a Headlock.
Samir hits a Diving Clothesline off of the second rope, then hits a Powerbomb. The Singhs hit a Double Superkick on the apron and finish with the Bollywood Blast for the pin and the win.
Winner: The Singh Brothers
Jordan Devlin vs. Tony Nese vs. Lio Rush
To start the match up, all three of the contenders get into a shoving match in the center of the ring. Nese is sent to the outside of the ring. Devlin and Rush run the ropes and flip before Rush dodges Devlin. Rush hits Devlin with an Upkick.
Nese and Devlin go at it in the center of the ring, Nese lands a kick on Devlin. Devlin counters with a Snap DDT and attempts a cover. Nese kicks out at the two. Devlin hits a Double Uranage which followed up with a Standing Moonsault onto both of his opponents for a double two count.
Devlin sends Rush to the outside of the ring. Devlin turns to Nese and puts all his attention on him. Devlin hits the Spanish Fly caught on the Rush, then goes for the cover, Rush kicks out at two. An Elevated Backbreaker into an Elbow Drop onto the lower back of Rush. Devlin drags Rush to the turnbuckle, setting Rush on to the top.
Rush dives off the top turnbuckle landing a Cross Body onto both Devlin and Nese. Rush gains momentum as he takes control of the match up, hitting a Clothesline followed by a Running Forearm, finishing with two Rebound Stunners for the near fall.
Later Nese tosses Rush over the announcer’s table as Devlin lands a Slingshot Cross Body into a Slingshot Cutter on the inside of the ring. Devlin goes for the pin, Rush breaks the cover before the referee can get to the three.
Nese comes out of nowhere and hits Devlin with a Reverse Piledriver and goes for the pin. Devlin kicks out. Nese misses a 450 before Rush attempts the Final Hour to no avail. Nese once again attempts a 450, this time landing it. Devlin counters, hitting the Devlin Side for the pin and win.
Winner: Jordan Devlin
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