Ever-Rise def. Mikey Spandex and Marquis Carter
Mikey Spandex, what a name. I still don't understand why they don't let some of these guys use their real names/wrestling names instead of coming up completely ridiculous names for them. Nonetheless, this was a solid squash for Ever-Rise. They've been doing a lot of losing lately on NXT and 205 Live, so this was a necessary win for them. Now it's time for them to win when it matters most.
Danny Burch def. Tony Nese
I'm confused as to whether Nese is supposed to be a babyface or a heel. He's been on the same page as Isiah "Swerve" Scott recently, but he came across as a heel at certain points here. Then again, he didn't exactly welcome the interference from the returning Ariya Daivari (ugh) as much he simply took advantage of it, so it's possible he's a face. Either way, this was a well-wrestled match between Nese and Burch albeit nothing special. It was important for Burch to win before he faces Karrion Kross next week on NXT.
In addition to the above matches, the segment involving Legado del Fantasma and Breezango from Wednesday's NXT was replayed in its entirety, so the show seems a little longer than it actually is. It was a pretty ho-hum edition of 205 Live on the whole. There wasn't anything wrong with it as both bouts served a purpose, but neither of them are worth going out of your way to see. It was a serviceable half-hour of wrestling but nothing more.