Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese def. The Bollywood Boyz
The heel vs. heel dynamic was weird, but I assume 205 Live felt the need to put the two teams against each other because the Cruiserweight division has only so many people. Thankfully, this was better than expected. The Bollywood Boyz were the de facto babyfaces and they did well in the role. This was honestly one of the better bouts I've seen them in and that's saying something considering how little I care about Daivari. Speaking of whom, he and Nese bounced back from their recent losses with a win here.
August Grey def. Ashante "Thee" Adonis
Babyface vs. babyface matches are a bit more common than heel vs. heel, so that's why this felt like it made more sense than the opener. Nonetheless, this was an entertaining affair between two of up-and-comers in the Cruiserweight division. Both guys lack character development (especially Adonis, when was the last time we heard him speak?), but at least they're skilled in the ring and thus this was a fun main event. Ariya Daivari attempted to raise Grey's hand afterward before Grey pulled it away, so it doesn't look like that feud is over yet.
It's a bummer that Curt Stallion got hurt because I was digging his storyline with Mansoor. At least the Grey vs. Daivari feud is still going on, so that's something. Normally, too much of Daivari on one episode of 205 Live earns it an automatic thumbs-down from me, but this was actually a pretty good show with two well-wrestled matches. It's hilarious how we technically have two Cruiserweight Champions at this point with Jordan Devlin recently returning to NXT and neither of them can bother to show up on 205 Live.