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WWE 205 Live results (Jan. 22, 2019): Triple Threat

WWE 205 Live returns to WWE Network tonight (Jan. 22, 2019), back live on Tuesday nights, with a show from Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas.

Advertised for tonight: A Triple Threat between Buddy Murphy’s challengers in the Fatal 4Way Cruiserweight championship match at Royal Rumble, Jan. 27 in Phoenix, and Aiden English’s first night on the commentary team.

Come right back here at 10 p.m. ET. We’ll update all the results from 205 Live live as it airs on WWE Network below the line.

Enjoy the show!

  • The show opens with Drake Maverick’s usual combo recap / hype reel as well as an introduction from temporary commentator Aiden English.
  • Humberto Carrillo over Gran Metalik by pinfall with a headstand Arabian press moonsault.
  • Drew Gulak and Jack Gallagher are backstage as Drake Maverick talks Humberto up. Gulak’s so mad he can’t get a word out and he storms out, leading a disappointed Gallagher to shake his head sadly and leave.
  • Tony Nese rolls up and demands a rubber match against Noam Dar, to which Drake says he’ll consider it. Nese is mad and Maverick explains, but he doesn’t care and suggests that if he doesn’t get the match, he’ll have to find his own opportunity to shut Noam’s mouth.
  • Backstage, Akira Tozawa and Brian Kendrick get a promo talking about the title match at the Royal Rumble. Tozawa says he came to WWE for pride and to make a name for himself, and he’ll become a two-time Cruiserweight Champion.
  • Kalisto and Lince Dorado get a promo talking about how they’re making history on Raw and 205 Live and the Cruiserweight Championship will take them to the next level, because they’re gonna Freebird the belt if Kalisto wins.
  • Hideo Itami gets an interview where Ariya Daivari puts him over as the hungriest and most dangerous man in the division, and the only thing his legendary career is missing is WWE gold. Itami adds his own post-script in Japanese, but the words “cruiserweight title” shine right there.
  • Hideo Itami over Akira Tozawa and Kalisto by pinfall with the inverted facelock dropped into a cravate facebuster on Tozawa. Buddy Murphy took full advantage of the no-disqualification nature of a three-way to beat on his contenders at one point late in the match but was eventually run off by the babyfaces.
  • Itami celebrates with Daivari while Buddy looks on to close the show.

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