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- Backstage, Dasha is with Neville as we go to a reply of last night's events between Akira Tozawa, Ariya Daivari, and the Cruiserweight Champion. Neville says Daivari made a critical error last night and that 205 Live is his world, it will forever be his world. He continues that Daivari will learn the difference between picking apart an injured animal and standing toe-to-toe with the King of the Cruiserweights.

- Vic Joseph and Corey Graves welcome us to this week's show as they preview TJ Perkins and Tony Nese vs. Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander, which will take place later tonight.

- Akira Tozawa heads out to the ring in a suit, still nursing that shoulder injury. Tozawa joins commentary, he's asked about the shoulder, "It's fine."

Ariya Daivari vs. Neville (Non-Title Match)

Daivari gets in the ring, grabs a mic, and instantly focuses his attention on Tozawa, wondering if he's drumming up some sympathy for his injured shoulder or trying to get another title shot? He says he's the only one that deserves a title shot. He then dedicates his upcoming win to an Iranian Olympic Gold Medalist and hopes the same will be done for him in the future. Out comes Neville, match gets started and Daivari immediately heads to the outside multiple times. Neville follows him out and Daivari starts playing an inside/outside game, until he finally gets a hold of Neville and throws him into the barricade twice.

Action goes back into the ring, big splash by Daivari, Neville able to recover and lands a superkick flush on the jaw, followed up by a low dropkick to Daivari's head. Neville heads to the top rope and hits a dropkick sending Daivari all the way out of the ring. Neville follows him out and ends up focusing his attention on Tozawa. Daivari shoves Neville into Tozawa and Neville doesn't make it back in by the ten count.

Winner: Ariya Daivari via count-out

- Recap of Drew Gulak vs. Mustafa Ali 2-out-of-3 falls match from last week.

- The Brian Kendrick out to the ring and says he tries to help people understand, but just gets snarky tweets on social media. He says he's trying to show what the difference is between fighters, like him, and clowns, like Jack Gallagher. To help us understand, he has some images, and it's a photo of Gallagher in a suit with his umbrella. He points out how pasty white Jack's face is and suddenly there's clown makeup on it. He then points out his hair and suddenly there's clown hair on Jack's head! Kendrick now adds a clown outfit to the photo and really seems to be enjoying himself. To cap things off a horn is added and we get some honking sounds.

Finally, Jack comes out to talk with Brian. He decides this week he's just going to "Knock your bloody head off" and rushes the ring. Kendrick runs out of the ring yelling "I don't like clowns, Jack!" Kendrick says he's a fighter as he walks away from a fight.

- Dasha with Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander, Swann says he picked Cedric because of how well he did against Dar. TJ Perkins shows up with Tony Nese and the two sides start throwing verbal jabs at each other. TJP says this is just supposed to be a friendly competition, as his music hits, he and Tony head off.

TJ Perkins and Tony Nese vs. Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander

Nese gets in some more posing as he and Swann kick things off. Swann showing off his agility and is able to ground Nese as he tags in Alexander. Alexander with an early pin attempt, for only a one count. Swann back in, double team moves as Nese is having a rough time in the ring as Alexander is brought back in yet again. Nese finally manages to tag out, but Alexander instantly puts TJP down to the mat. Some sloppy exchanges between TJP and Alexander, Nese tries to get involved but both he and TJP are sent to the outside. Both Alexander and Swann with some synchronized aerials to take out the other team.

Action back in the ring, TJP and Alexander still the legal men, TJP with some taunting on the ropes. Alexander charges and ends up on the floor, Nese with a distraction, and TJP gets in a sneak attack. Action back in the ring, Nese gets in there and puts Alexander in a tree of woe, hitting multiple knees. He then lays on the mat and does a few stomping kicks while working out his core. Crowd not giving Nese anything, despite his attempts at being super annoying. Alexander with a sneaky roll-up, two-count. Nese regains control and keeps Alexander on the mat. Minor "Alexander" chant breaks out. TJP tags in and lands big splash, cover, two-count, Alexander is having a tough time in there as he tries to tag out.

Alexander finally lands a big elbow to drop TJP as he slowly crawls to bring in Swann, Nese in too. Swann with some clotheslines, running splash, pin, two-count. Swann with multiple strikes, Nese with some creative counters, both men down and are able to tag out. Spanish Fly by Alexander! Nese is able to break up the pin though. Nese then gets a hold of Swann on the outside and smashes him into the announcer table. Alexander distracted by Nese, TJP puts him down and goes for a pin, Alexander able to awkwardly kick out. Detonation kick by Alexander, pin, two-count. Alexander goes for a top rope move, Nese climbs up from the floor, throws him off, and TJP gets the 1-2-3.

Winner: TJ Perkins and Tony Nese

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