Curt Stallion and Mansoor def. The Bollywood Boyz
I guess Mansoor's two-year undefeated streak extends to tag team matches as well, which I didn't know. Seriously, where the hell is this guy's title shot?! At the very least, they're doing a storyline with him and Stallion, so that's something. Mansoor refused to tag out at one point, so I'm not sure if they're teasing a heel turn with him or not. This was a well-worked tag team match and Stallion picking up the win for their team should set the stage for a rematch between himself and Mansoor.
August Grey def. Ariya Daivari
I've enjoyed this recent rivalry between Grey and Daivari and how it's led to Grey being prominently featured on the brand. Once they picked up the pace, this turned into a quality main event and I liked how they were given as much time as they were. I was hoping Grey would win and have that be the payoff to their feud, but Grey winning with his foot on the ropes will obviously result in a rematch at some point. Grey should win that, too, and decisively.
I'm pretty sure I've said this before, but I appreciate that 205 Live is starting to feature actual stories to go along with the enjoyable wrestling. It makes the matches matter and gives viewers more of a reason to care about the characters. Mansoor and Stallion clearly have something brewing while Grey has Daivari's number, and then there's the alliance between Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise as well. The only thing left for 205 Live to do is to get a Cruiserweight Champion back on the show, and with Jordan Devlin returning to NXT next week, there's no excuse for there not to be.