WWE 205 Live returns to WWE Network tonight (May 21, 2019), live on Tuesday nights, with a show from Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
Advertised for tonight: A question about what’s next for Cruiserweight champ Tony Nese after he defeated Ariya Daivari at Money in the Bank.
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 a recap of Tony Nese’s title defense against Ariya Daivari at Money in the Bank.
- We see Akira Tozawa and Brian Kendrick exchange a handshake backstage ahead of their participation in a five-way match later tonight.
- The Singh Brothers announce that it is Bollywood Time and definitely not Lucha Time and, not to disappoint the 1.6 billion people of India, they demand referee DA Brewer start counting Lucha House Party out so they can win by forfeit.
- General manager Drake Maverick comes down and announces they’re correct, Lucha House Party aren’t here tonight, but... as GM, he’s not going to deprive the people of tag team action, so he’s found suitable replacements in the form of Jack Gallagher and Humberto Carrillo!
- Humberto Carrillo & Jack Gallagher over Singh Brothers (Samir & Sunil Singh) by pinfall with the Aztec Press from Carrillo.
- Mike and Maria Kanellis get a promo backstage where Mike scoffs about the idea that he needs a showcase match to prove that he’s the best, and tonight is about watching the destruction of the friendship between Brian Kendrick and Akira Tozawa. Maria says her husband will prove he’s better than the best.
- Oney Lorcan joins in the promo fun and says tonight’s his chance to prove he’s worthy of a title match against former champions and some of the most ruthless the division has to offer. Tonight’s match is exactly the kind of fight he likes.
- Commentary talks about Drew Gulak’s cryptic Instagram presence of late.
- Ariya Daivari is interviewed backstage and says what happened two days ago was an absolute fluke and he’s indignant about having to prove his value as a top contender again and pledges that he’s not done with Tony Nese yet.
- Akira Tozawa over Ariya Daivari, Brian Kendrick, Mike Kanellis, and Oney Lorcan by pinfall with a side cradle on Daivari.
- Tony Nese watches Tozawa celebrate on a monitor backstage.
- That’s the show, folks.