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.
With things pretty well established in the Cruiserweight title feud, where Austin Aries appears to have King Neville’s number heading into their submission match at Extreme Rules, 205 Live will spend some time building up their other match at this Sunday’s pay-per-view (PPV).
That’s right, WWE’s found a way to get two Women’s matches AND two Cruiserweight matches onto the card for Baltimore this weekend - by having a mixed tag. Sasha Banks will visit the show tonight after SmackDown for more dancing with her partner Rich Swann. Or to build to their match with Alicia Fox and Noam Dar. Or both.
And maybe more of Drew Gulak’s quest for a better 205 Live, fallout from Akira Tozawa’s big win over The Brian Kendrick from last week and other surprises!
We'll post match results here, and most importantly, 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!
- Another video recap of the history between Neville & Austin Aries
- Noam Dar & Alicia Fox enter. Dar says to take a long look at them, because this is the closest we’ll ever get to true love. Foxy says what they have is unbreakable; Noam completes her. The Scot calls her “fluffy buttons” compares them to the “friends with no benefits” Sasha Banks & Rich Swann. At Extreme Rules, true love conquers all when they win the mixed tag. Alicia can’t wait to get revenge on Swann for making her look like a fool... and Rich & The Boss are here!
- Banks & Swann see a hot mess in the ring. They have a lot in common... dancing, fashion and getting revenge on Fox & Dar. Alicia has an issue with the “fashion” claim, and the ladies start trading insults about their hair. The guys separate the women as they scream about track and weaves, then it’s time for...
- Noam Dar def. Rich Swann via pinfall following a running enziguri, thanks to Alicia Fox stopping a dive by grabbing Swann’s feet (which prompted a full-on, wig snatching fight between Foxy and The Boss, which also distracted Rich)
- Dasha Fuentes catches up with Cedric Alexander. He believes in karma, so at Extreme Rules, he thinks the extreme fools will lose at Extreme Rules. Cedric didn’t spend three months rehabbing to come back and talk about old flames... he needs to make up for lost time.
- Cedric Alexander def. Corey Hollis via pinfall following Lumbar Check
- Hype video for Akira Tozawa
- Drew Gulak def. Mustafa Ali via pinfall when Gulak rolled through after taking a splash
- The victor tells Fuentes his win was for a better 205 Live. Showboating didn’t help him win, and it hurt Ali. “High Flying Isn’t The Way, Staying Grounded Is The Way”
- Austin Aries is out to address his becoming the first man in the Cruiserweight division to make Neville tap. Since last night his social media’s been blowing up, and it’s not just because his new book is available for pre-order. It’s because of what they’re calling “The Tap Heard Round The World”. For all the King’s talk, he tapped out. Aries gets the crowd to chant “he tapped out”, then showed footage of when it happened on Raw. He then showed it again, then one more time in slow motion. Last night is the first time Neville tapped out, but just because the first two times it was about to happen, he found a cheap way out. A-Double is about to address what will happen at Extreme Rules when Neville hits the stage.
- The champ mocks Aries for coming out with jokes. He says that like the vermin in attendance, A-Double has no decorum. While the crowd chants at him, he vows to eradicate Aries on Sunday. When the challenger starts to respond, TJP attacks from behind! A Discus 5Arm puts Perkins down, but Neville slides in to drop kick Aries’ knee. TJ ties him up to force him “bend a knee”. Aries breaks free, but the champ puts him down again and locks in Rings of Saturn while Perkins stomps the injured knee. It takes three referees to get Neville off of him as the show ends.