Date: May 14, 2021
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Nigel McGuinness
Last week used to be relatively the alternate of tempo as we had some contemporary blood round right here and so they in truth were given some large wins. It used to be great to peer that for a transformation, regardless that odds are it does now not remaining. There is a superb likelihood the ones issues are knocked proper back off to customary this week, regardless that you by no means can inform. Let’s get to it.
Ariya Daivari vs. Asher Hale
Hale is best referred to as Anthony Henry. Daivari will get shoved out of the nook to start out and Hale slaps on a headlock. Hale does it a 2nd time to turn out no matter level he’s going for however Daivari places him at the heart rope as a substitute. That approach a diving headlock takeover so Daivari is going with a knee to the ribs this time as a substitute. Back up and Hale hammers away, putting in place a one footed dropkick for 2. Daivari bails so Hale is correct there with a working knee off the apron.
They head again inside of with Daivari taking him down off a handy guide a rough suplex and hammering away within the ropes. We hit the chinlock for slightly however Hale rises up due to the ability of clapping. A scoop powerslam offers Hale two and a few exploder suplexes put Daivari down a couple of extra occasions. Hale enziguris him right into a DDT for 2 however Daivari manages to crotch him on most sensible. The Iconoclasm units up the Persian Lion splash for 2 extra and Daivari is surprised at the kickout. The hammerlock lariat is loaded up however Hale reverses right into a bridging O’Connor roll for the pin at 8:19.
Result: Asher Hale b. Ariya Daivari – Bridging O’Connor roll (8:19)
Bolly-Rise is sitting round a desk and speaking concerning the new names round 205 Live. Ever-Rise brings up their communicate display and the Bollywood Boyz sound perplexed. They’ll watch this weekend regardless that.
We have a look at Kushida holding the Cruiserweight Title in a 2/three falls fit towards Santos Escobar on NXT.
Ari Sterling vs. Tony Nese
The enthusiasts wish to know Daivari’s whereabouts as Nese works at the arm to start out. Sterling reverses to do just the similar and snaps off an anklescissors to place Nese within the nook. Back up and Sterling vegetation him once more, with Nese bailing to the ground for a breather. Sterling will get pulled into the hoop apron to place him in bother for a transformation, adopted via a whip into the barricade to make it worse.
Back in and Sterling manages an enziguri and a northern lariat to rock Nese once more. You don’t do this to Nese regardless that who hits a spinning kick to the face for 2, putting in place the bodyscissors. Nese selections him up and drives him into the nook, however a superplex is countered right into a failed powerbomb strive. Instead, Sterling hits a working hurricanrana to convey him back off and there’s a spinwheel kick to place him at the flooring.
Back in and Nese catches him with a rolling palm strike however he misses a 450. Sterling hammers away once more and will get two off a neckbreaker. Nese knees him within the face regardless that and the sundown driving force will get two. A powerbomb offers Sterling the similar however he misses one thing off the highest. The German suplex into the nook units up the working Nese to present Nese the pin at 12:07.
Result: Tony Nese b. Ari Sterling – Running Nese (12:07)
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