205 Live Results: Former big enchilada upset in main event; Waller continues stunning
205 Live’s new blood continued overseeing everything this week. Last week, Grayson Waller squashed Sunil Singh and he expected to return again to a triumph throughout Asher Hale around evening time.
The main event saw Ikemen Jiro clash against the Premier Athlete of 205 Live, Tony Nese. With the past Cruiserweight Champion and Ariya Daivari in the focal point of a long squabble with Jiro’s buddy August Gray, he expected to impart something explicit by administering the tenderfoot this evening.
We kicked things off with Asher Hale and Grayson Waller.Last week, Hale expense Ari Sterling and himself in an imprint pack match and expected to get a victory this evening.
Asher Hale versus Grayson Waller on 205 Live
Grayson Waller overpowered Sunil Singh on 205 Live last week and, amazingly, it left Singh with an isolated shoulder. Around evening time, Waller needed to lead eventually. Tragically, he was against one of the new highlights of 205 Live, Asher Hale.
Sound and Waller, both with MMA establishments, went right to the mat, with the past outshining the freshest endorser. Sound incited Waller, endeavoring to guide him into his gatekeeper. Waller threw a kick and was climbed.
Waller finally got something going with a two-kick blend that sent Hale to the floor. Strength’s head was pounded to the floor while Waller offended the 205 Live gathering. Back in the ring, Waller related with a springboard elbow drop, securing a two-check.
Sound ate a sickle kick yet simultaneously kicked out. Waller began blaming Hale, which lit a fire under him. Strong drove Waller into the corner with a threatening hurricane before hitting an exploder suplex. A springboard lower arm smashes and a turning pack kick to the gut set up for the Question Mark Kick. Waller, hardly, kicked out.
Waller was caught in a sleeper hold and did all that he could to shake his foe off. Strength wouldn’t deliver his grip, perhaps parting away when Waller slid through the ropes. A stunner and a bouncing control step knocked off Hale.
Results: Grayson Waller squashed Asher Hale through pinfall on 205 Live.
August Gray was happy to finally be continuing ahead from Ariya Daivari, just like each 205 Live fan who’d been watching their battle for over a huge part of a year. Amazingly for Gray, Daivari came into the packaging to reveal to him that they weren’t done until he said they were done.
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Ikemen Jiro versus Tony Nese on 205 Live
The Premier Athlete of 205 Live had to exhibit he could pull off a triumph without Ariya Daivari in his corner tonight. Tony Nese drove Ikemen Jiro into the corner, expecting to get this rolling with a dominating grandstand. Jiro took Nese to the mat, anyway Tony had the alternative to care for control, keeping consistent over the 205 Live beginner.
Jiro sorted out some way to get Nese with a significant right that nearly took his adversary oblivious. Regardless, a throat shot eliminate Jiro’s energy, and Nese beat him on the floor. To affront Jiro, who wrestles in his jacket, Nese put his on, too.
A slugfest broke out, with the 205 Live OG crushing Jiro. In light of everything, Ikemen had the alternative to move away from the torture rack by pulling the coat over Nese’s head. A turning heel show spread out Nese, and Jiro began to fire up. Lower arm after lower arm beat Nese, and the youngster followed with a back clothesline that weaved Nese’s clash the mat.
Tony hit a dusk flip yet Jiro countered it into some kind of help. Nese broke out to be cold-situated with an uppercut. A phase up enzuigiri set Nese up for a Swanton Bomb.
By somehow, be that as it may, he kicked out. As Jiro went up for another dive, the 205 Live veteran got him with a moving uppercut. Jiro went for a roll-up yet was met with Nese’s praiseworthy turning around kick to the jaw.
Nese set Ikemen Jiro up in the corner for the Running Nese, anyway his adversary slid to the floor. Jiro ended up on top where another moving uppercut got him, and Nese hit a significant top rope hurricanrana for the two-check. In the wake of hanging Jiro up on the top, Nese went for his triangle moonsault.
Jiro rolled away and lit up Nese with a blend of kicks. From here on out, the Ikemen Slash related, pounding Nese off in the 205 Live main event.
Results: Ikemen Jiro squashed Tony Nese through pinfall.