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WWE 205 Live results (Nov. 21, 2017): Street Fight

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.

After successfully defending his Cruiserweight title against Kalisto on the Survivor Series Kickoff, Enzo Amore brought The Zo Train to Raw. Unfortunately they didn’t fare too well in eight-man tag action against Akira Tozawa, Cedric Alexander, Mustafa Ali and Rich Swann.

Now each of those babyfaces will be angling for a championship match. But Drew Gulak will be trying to further his campaign for “A Better 205 Live”, and show The Train how it’s done in South Philly, when he takes on Tozawa in a street fight tonight.

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!

- Enzo Amore is having a Zo Train Thanksgiving get together at catering. He tells them he’s gotten matches for each of them tonight, and they need to put on a better showing than last night. If they win their matches tonight, one of them might get an early Christmas present... a Cruiserweight title shot. He then wants to know where Gaba-Gulak is. The crew says he’s off Powerpointing again. A man in a turkey costume walks in, and every gives each other a look. He takes the head off the costume and it’s Drew Gulak! He says he’s the Gobbledy Gulak. Everyone rolls their eyes and he says, “What? I thought you wanted me to loosen up?” Then it’s off to the opening...

- Nigel McGuinness and Vic Joseph run down the card.

- Gulak is out (sans costume). He says he’s a proud member of The Zo Train, so he’s Enzo adjacent. And since Amore is from the streets, so is he. Tonight he’s gonna win his Street Fight with Tozawa and stop his “AH!” chants. He’s gonna prove he’s not afraid to roll up... nay... to cut off his sleeves and get his hands dirty. And on the subject of getting your hands dirty, Drew has prepared a very special version of hissss... POWERPOINT PRESENTATION! Sadly, his opponent’s music starts before Gulak can.

- Akira Tozawa def. Drew Gulak via pinfall in a Street Fight after putting a garbage can on Drew’s head, beating him with a kendo stick then setting him on a table and hitting him with a senton from the top rope. Gulak was in control until he gave in to the audience chanting for tables. Tozawa caught him after he set one up, throwing him onto the announce desk and sentoning him there to set-up the finish.

- Nigel McGuinness tells us there’s a new competitor joining the division, and we get a video announcing Hideo Itami

- Back at catering, Nese says he thinks if Itami is smart, he’ll get on board The Zo Train. Amore tells them not to worry about that, they need to worry about doing better than Gulak in their matches. Swann and Alexander roll by and make fun of them, then Zo tells Tony to get ready, cause he’s next.

- Tony Nese def. Mustafa Ali via pinfall following the Running Knee-se. Ali was in charge until Nese recovered from a nearfall after a DDT to slam his opponent’s head into the ring post.

- Backstage, Zo is excited. He gives Daivari and Dar a pep talk. They’re gonna win and prove The Zo Train is no joke, unlike some people... Amore points to his right and the camera pans to Gulak sitting in the Gooker costume. He takes the head off and asks if he can use the bathroom, cause he forgot before he put the suit back on. The champ says no.

- The champ escorts his train to the ring for the main event

- Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander def. Noam Dar vs. Ariya Daivari following a Phoenix Splash from Swann to Dar; Enzo tried to get involved, but Cedric stopped him. When Noam responded, Rich kicked him in the face and went to the finish.

- Amore hits the ring to lay into Swann after the finish. Alexander tries to help, but Dar recovers and the numbers game is on. Ali and Tozawa run in to help, but Nese and Gulak (out of time out, apparently) run in to counter them and the beatdown is on. It ends with the Train stacking Swann and Alexander and Zo hitting them both with a Frog Splash. The whole crew dances us out.

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