Curt Stallion, Jake Atlas, Mansoor and Ashante "Thee" Adonis def. The Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise
This new alliance of The Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise hasn't had a lot of luck so far. This was the third week in a row that they've lost, but at least it was an entertaining affair against four very good babyfaces. 205 Live doesn't host multi-man matches very often, so this was a refreshing change of pace. I'm still stunned that Mansoor has yet to be given a shot at the NXT Cruiserweight Championship considering he's been undefeated for almost two years now. Why isn't that being talked about more?
Ariya Daivari def. August Grey
Grey previously stole Daivari's two gold chains, but Daivari got them back when he attacked Grey backstage before this bout. It was a well-wrestled match and I've been digging what I've been seeing from Grey, but these matches don't mean much when there aren't any stakes. Normally, I'd complain about Grey losing to Daivari, but I understand that as one of the elder statesmen of 205 Live, he should probably be winning more often than not. As long as Grey gets his win back at some point, I'm content.
Almost the entire 205 Live roster was present on this episode save for The Brian Kendrick (who has been missing for months) and Legado del Fantasma. It's nice to know that Santos Escobar can't bother to show up on 205 Live because he's in the midst of a feud with Karrion Kross that isn't over his Cruiserweight Championship. Ugh. In all seriousness, this was a solid show with two quality matches. The mini-stories being told at the moment aren't worth going out of your way to see, but I can guarantee you it's the easiest half-hour of wrestling you'll watch all week.