August Grey and Jake Atlas def. The Bollywood Boyz
We haven't seen any interaction between The Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise in recent weeks, but I assume they're still allies. As for Atlas and Grey, they've been fun partners before and that was once again the case here. This didn't go long enough to be anything out of the ordinary, but it was well-wrestled while it lasted. Grey and Atlas crossed paths with Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese on the stage afterward, so Grey's rivalry with them obviously isn't over yet.
Ever-Rise def. Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese
There wasn't a clear-cut face team in this match, but it felt like Ever-Rise were playing the babyface role. Either way, it was enjoyable for what it was. Nese and Daivari have developed great chemistry together while Ever-Rise are very good in the ring despite being goofball characters. Given the aforementioned face-off between Daivari and Nese and Grey and Atlas, this felt like an easy win for Daivari and Nese, but I'm happy to have been wrong. Ever-Rise won decisively, so that was cool to see. I have no idea what the deal with Daivari and Nese is because it seems like they win one week and lose the next.
This was a tag team edition of 205 Live, and although it didn't seem like there were any storylines behind either bout, they were good. The Ever-Rise upset in the main event was refreshing, but again, I have no clue where any of this is supposed to be going. It feels like whoever is writing this show is throwing stuff together to fill a half hour because everything has pretty much been done by this point. These matches not having any stakes is the biggest issue with 205 Live, but to their credit, the Superstars are working with what they're given and are having quality matches.