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WWE 205 Live results (Oct. 24, 2017): Kalisto vs. Enzo Amore

Here's a place to check results and comment along with the latest airing of WWE 205 Live in its regular Tuesday night at 10PM Eastern time slot on WWE Network.

Here we go again.

The champ’s vocal cords may have needed a rest last night, but the Certified G has to head back into action, as Kalisto is exercising his rematch clause. The masked wrestler got the upperhand again on Raw when he pinned Enzo Amore to claim the win for Team Lucha, but that didn’t help him leading into TLC, and we know who left Minneapolis with the belt (how you doin).

Monday’s five-on-five match, and the cruiserweights missing out on SmackDown’s show closing invasion, could mean a traditional Survivor Series match is in their future. We may find out more about that on this episode, along with who will carry the title into Houston - or at least out of Milwaukee.

We'll post match results and plot developments here. And this gives you Cagesiders a dedicated place to rave and/or bitch about whatever goes down on the WWE’s cruiserweight showcase - while it’s being broadcast!

Enjoy the show!

- The road to Enzo Amore’s second title win on Sunday at TLC gets recapped before the opening jam

- Vic Joseph and Nigel McGuinness welcome us to the show, and hype tonight’s title fight. Then it’s time for the entrances for our first match... along with a recap of the division’s tag match from the PPV

- Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander def. Tony Nese and Noam Dar via pinfall (Alexander on Dar following a Lumbar Check); The Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher appeared on stage, and their distraction allowed Noam to get Ced in a submission hold, but Swann was able to fight off Nese to free him with a superkick and set-up the finish

- Kendrick and Gallagher get on the mic after the bell. They tell Alexander and Swann to calm down, because they’re here to extend an olive branch. Cedric showed them he had what they thought he lacked - cruelty. He proved it when he attacked TBK backstage, and when he took both of them out in their matches. But the heels say Alexander will never get to the top with that dancing dead weight by his side. Jack says it wasn’t that long ago that he was like them, dancing for the fans. But the fans don’t matter - wolves don’t care for the opinions of sheep. They want Ced to join them, but they’re on a timetable, as Gallagher faces Swann next week, and Alexander will have to pick a side by then.

- Drew Gulak is here! With a “NO CHANTS” sign! We get a recap video of the attack which injured Akira Tozawa from two weeks back. He cuts a promo about being cut from the TLC Kickoff by “the powers that be”. Gulak believes in his vision for 205 Live, he believes in his Drew-topia... which is why he took out Tozawa and his “AH!” chant. The crowd chants, so Drew is staging a protest - no matches, including the title match. He’s spending it giving us a refresher course and going back to slide 1 of 277 of his POWERPOINT PRESENTATION! Sadly, he only gets to refresh us on slide 1, “No Jumping Off The Top Rope” (the most important rule, and one constantly violated by the roster) when someone violates proposal 5!

- Drew Gulak def. Gran Metalik via submission with the Dragon Sleeper; afterwards, Gulak goes to make sure Metalik can’t go to the top rope in the future when he sets up to injure his ankle with his sign, when Akira Tozawa returns! The former champ rushes in and kicks Drew out of the ring.

- Dasha Fuentes interviews a confident Kalisto backstage. He beat Enzo Amore once, and it was a dream come true. Zo turned it into a nightmare at TLC, but tonight, he’s taking it back!

- The champ is here with Ariya Daivari. He coughs into the mic, then hands it to his man. His name is Ariya Daivari, and your Cruiserweight titleholder has lost his voice, so he’s going to deliver a message for him. Enzo is the best thing to happen to this division, and Daivari is happy he’s here. His bank account is happy Amore’s here, which is something Milwaukee wouldn’t understand - Bucks and championships. As for Kalisto... Ariya delivers a message in Farsi, then says the challenger is S-A-W-F-T (this ain’t sing-a-long time with Daivari Dinero... sawft).

- Kalisto def. Enzo Amore via disqualification when Amore kicked the referee into the ropes before Kalisto could hit something off the top rope; Enzo retains his Cruiserweight championship

- After the match, Kalisto attacks Amore on the ramp, prompting officials to pull him off and hand Enzo his title. Zo finds his voice to announce himself as the “AND STILL CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPION”

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