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WWE 205 Live results (Jan. 16, 2018): Enzo tries to prevent ‘The Age of Alexander’

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.

This will be the first episode to air after the new Facebook Watch show, Mixed Match Challenge, films, so it will be interesting to see how the Laredo crowd reacts. WWE is promising more in the ongoing Cruiserweight title feud between Cedric Alexander and Enzo Amore - where everything but the belt has been going Ced’s way lately - and more of TJP’s feud with Kalisto.

Hideo Itami and Jack Gallagher also teased continuing their program on Twitter, as well.

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!

- Vic Joseph and Nigel McGuinness say “hey” from Laredo, and preview Cedric Alexander appearing on Goldust’s “Golden Opportunity” - a talk show gimmick.

- Gran Metalik def. TJP via pinfall with a roll-up counter out of a double-underhook set-up after TJ’d escaped the Metalik Driver at the end of a flurry by the eventual winner. Kalisto watched this back-and-forth affair from a monitor backstage.

- TJP is throwing a tantrum when Dasha Fuentes approaches to ask him if he’s crying. He says “no” and storms off.

- Backstage/pre-taped promo from Jack Gallagher, where he says he’s been tortured by what Hideo Itami did to The Brian Kendrick. With his partner out, Gallagher is now the “man with a plan” and it’s simple - Hideo won’t know when or even what Jack is going to attack, but he’s going to make Itami regret coming to 205 Live.

- “Golden Opportunity” starts with Goldust putting over Cedric Alexander as a star on the rise. At Royal Rumble, he says it will be time to roll film on a new Cruiserweight champ when Alexander defeats Enzo Amore. That brings out The Zo Train (Tony Nese is back in, Ariya Daivari is there, and - of course - Cowboy Drew Gulak).

- Zo calls Goldust crazy for calling himself Scorcese, and says they deserve Oscars for their friends act. He’s a bigger star than either of them, and he’ll prove it at the Rumble when he puts his $2500 sneaker in Ced’s face and keeps his title. That gets Goldie channeling Good Fellas, but Amore tells him to shut up. He’s about the head down to the ring to make him when he has a better idea... to get the star, you need to go through auditions. So he has to beat the Train to get a shot at Zo. Goldust says “bring it on”.

- Goldust def. Drew Gulak, Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese following Final Cut to Gulak after Goldust dodged a Nese attack that ended up taking out Daivari. Cedric Alexander also took out Enzo Amore with a dive over the top while he was yelling at his troops.

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