The Brian Kendrick def. Tehuti Miles
Kendrick has been off WWE TV for the entire quarantine period, so it's great to have him back. I also liked hearing from Miles for a change and getting to know a bit more about him. This was way too short to be anything special, but Miles had a decent showing and it was a well-wrestled match on the whole. Hopefully Kendrick can find some direction this time around.
Tony Nese def. Liam Gray
I've said before that Nese has settled into a stepping stone role on 205 Live over the last year, but in order for a win over him to mean something, he needs to win once in a while as well. That's the sole purpose this served. It was a short and simple squash designed to give Nese a needed victory. He was more aggressive than usual too, which was appreciated. I'm glad Jake Atlas didn't show up to attack Nese as he was beat up pretty badly by Tommaso Ciampa on Wednesday's NXT and it would have been illogical for him to resurface so quickly.
Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch def. Ever-Rise
From an in-ring standpoint, this was an enjoyable tag team affair and the two teams worked well together, but 205 Live needs to give viewers an incentive to care about Ever-Rise. They're a talented tandem, but they rarely win, especially whenever it matters most. If nothing else, it's nice that their losses are being made in a storyline with the team claiming that there's a conspiracy against them. Lorcan and Burch were able to bounce back with the win after losing on the NXT TakeOver XXX pre-show last weekend.
We were treated to a rare three-match card on this edition of 205 Live, though two of them were glorified squashes. The main event was the only match of the three that was remotely competitive, and even that wasn't worth seeking out in my opinion. That said, this was a quality half-hour of wrestling per usual from the Cruiserweight division with two Superstars picking up much-needed victories and the main event being fun for what it was.