Mansoor and Ashante “Thee” Adonis def. Chase Parker and Samir Singh
Matt Martel and Sunil Singh teamed up unsuccessfully last week, and this week it was Chase Parker and Samir Singh. The alliance between The Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise hasn't exactly worked out too well so far, but at least it's something different for them. This was a perfectly fine match with Mansoor and Adonis making for a fun tandem. I still wish we knew more about Mansoor and Adonis, but it's cool that they're stacking up victories. Both guys have potential, especially Mansoor.
Jake Atlas def. Tony Nese
I feel like we've seen Atlas against Nese a handful of times already, but they always have quality chemistry together and put on enjoyable matches. This was no exception as they made the most of the time they had and showcased their skills. Ariya Daivari attempted to interfere on Nese's behalf after sitting on commentary, but August Grey thwarted the interference and helped Atlas pick up the win. Atlas and Grey vs. Nese and Daivari will probably go down next week.
We've been getting a few stories on 205 Live lately and it's been refreshing to see. The wrestling has almost always been up to par, but the progression of actual storylines makes the show more worthwhile. Neither of these matches are what I'd consider must-see, but both were pretty good and thus this was a thumbs-up show. It's still weird to me that this is a Cruiserweight-based program and the champion rarely ever appears. They might as well merge 205 Live and NXT at this point so there's more talent to choose from.