6/11/19 WWE 205 Live Coverage

Jun 11, 2019 - by Michael Riba

The opening credits roll. Aiden English, Nigel McGuinness, and Vic Joseph are on commentary.

Tonight’s main event: Akira Tozawa, Humberto Carrillo, Oney Lorcan, and Drew Gulak battling in a Fatal Four-Way Match, where the winner will go on to face Tony Nese for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at Stomping Grounds.

Match #1 – Singles Match: Gentleman Jack Gallagher vs. Chad Gable
Gable takes Gallagher down and applies an arm-bar. Gallagher turns it around and takes Gable down, but Gable rolls free. Gable takes Gallagher down with an arm-drag, but neither man gains an advantage. Gable applies a side-headlock, but Gallagher gets free. Gable takes Gallagher down again and gets a few two counts, but Gallagher bridges up. Gable takes Gallagher down with another arm-drag and then applies an arm-bar. Gallagher gets free and takes Gable to the mat. Gallagher goes for a cover, but Gable quickly kicks out. Gable backs Gallagher into the corner and then drops him with a shoulder tackle. Gallagher comes back with a dropkick that sends Gable to the floor. Gallagher follows him out and slams him into the steps. Gable gets back into the ring at the nine count, but Gallagher meets him with an uppercut. Gallagher begins joint manipulation on Gable.
Gable gets free with a roll-up, but Gallagher gets out and slams Gable back to the mat. Gallagher slams Gable to the mat after a delayed vertical suplex and goes for the cover, but Gable kicks out at two. Gallagher applies a seated waist-lock and then drives his knee into his back. Gable comes back and slams Gallagher into the corner a few times and then takes him down with a few belly-to-belly suplexes. Gallagher fights back with forearms, but Gable drops him with a Dragon Suplex. Gable goes for the cover, but Gallagher kicks out at two. Gallagher comes back and locks in an arm-bar, but Gable counters with a Tiger Driver. Gable goes for the cover, but Gallagher kicks out at two. Gallagher comes back with an elbow and sends Gable into the turnbuckle. Gallagher drapes Gable over the top rope and drops him with a clothesline and both men are down.
Gallagher charges into the corner, but Gable dodges and goes to the floor. Gallagher goes for a suicide dive, but Gable catches him and delivers a release German suplex on the floor. Gable gets back into the ring, but Gallagher misses the ten count and the referee calls for the bell.
Winner via count-out: Chad Gable

Mike and Maria Kanellis are yelling at Drake Maverick backstage. They complain that Gallagher got the match against Gable instead of Mike and Maverick says Kanellis has done nothing to deserve. He says they have been posting their status on social media, and Maria tells him to stop worrying about their status and worry about his own.

Footage from last week’s attack from Drew Gulak on Noam Dar is shown. An promo from Dar is shown. Dar is saying he is going to take a few weeks off to rehab and if the working conditions on 205 Live don’t improve, he is going to put in a request to transfer to NXT Uk permanently.

Match #2 – Tag Team Match: The Singh Brothers (Samir and Sunil) vs. Dos Locales
Sunil starts the match with one of the guys and takes him down with an arm-drag. Samir tags in and trips the guy up and Sunil tags back in, as does the other local competitor. The local guy gets a roll-up, but Sunil kicks out at two. The local guy delivers a dropkick, but Sunil sends the other to the floor. Sunil takes the one in the ring down with a spinning heel kick and tags in Samir. Samir stomps the guy in the corner and tags in Sunil, who does the same. Samir tags back in and continues the stomps and tags Sunil back in. The Singhs double team him and Sunil sends the other back to the floor. Samir tags back in and drops an elbow from the top and gets the pin fall.
Winners: The Singh Brothers
Next week, the Singhs will take on Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik.

Tony Nese is backstage for an interview. Nese says he is glad that Maverick finally made a decision, even thought he said he wanted to defend against Akira Tozawa. He says he would welcome a hard-hitting match with Oney Lorcan, or a quick-paced match against Humberto Carrillo, or even a pound-and-ground match against Drew Gulak. He says he is tired of sitting on the sidelines because he is the Cruiserweight Champion and he will be ready for anybody.

Match #3 – #1 Contender’s (WWE Cruiserweight Championship) Fatal Four-Way Match: Akira Tozawa vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. Drew Gulak vs. Oney Lorcan
All four men are all over the place to start the match. Each gets a quick cover attempt on another, but they are all broken up. Carrillo and Tozawa take over the match for a bit and exchange pin attempts for a bit. Gulak gets up, but they lay him out with a superkick. Tozawa drops Carrillo with a superkick and goes up top, but Lorcan cuts him off. Lorcan slams Carrillo onto Gulak and goes for the cover, but Tozawa breaks it up with the senton from the top. All four men brawl on the apron and Gulak slams Lorcan to the floor. Carrillo superkicks Gulak to the floor and Tozawa takes Gulak out with a suicide dive. Carrillo does the same to Lorcan. Tozawa and Carrillo get back into the ring and Carrillo delivers an enzuiguri. Carrillo goes for the cover, but Tozawa kicks out at two. Lorcan gets into the ring and drops them with a double Blockbuster.
Gulak gets into the ring and they exchange chops. Lorcan delivers an uppercut and then suicide dives onto Tozawa and Carrillo. Ariya Daivari nails Lorcan with a chair on the ramp. Carrillo gets back into the ring and sends Gulak to the flor. Tozawa gets into the ring and drops Carrillo with an enzuiguri. Tozawa goes up top, but Carrillo cuts him off with an enzuiguri. Carrillo climbs, but Gulak shoves him to the floor. Gulak climbs, but Tozawa fights back. Gulak delivers a headbutt and a superplex and goes for the cover, but Tozawa covers Gulak as well.
Another referee and Drake Maverick come to ringside. One referee raises Gulak’s arm and the other raises Tozawa’s. A replay shows both men clearly pinning the other. No decision is made by the time the show goes off the air.

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