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Song intro (Hail the Crown)

Vic Joseph and Corey Graves welcome us to another edition of 205 Live, this week from the ThunderDome inside the Amway Arena. Tehuti Miles makes his way to the ring for our opening contest. As Miles is walking to the ring a promo he shot from earlier in the day is played, where he says that even as a rookie he is superior to the veterans in the division. He even refers to himself as the rookie of the year before challenging any one on the roster to bring out the best in him. He’ll be taking on…Brian Kendrick! Joseph says this is his first appearance in five months!

Tehuti Miles versus Brian Kendrick

Kendrick kicks out Miles gear before they lock up. Tie-up. Kendrick grabs a wristlock…Miles rolls out and reverses the pressure. Miles forces on a hammerlock but Kendrick brings him to the mat with a drop toe hold. Miles grabs the ropes to break the hold and the two men reset. Impressive arm-drag by Miles…a second. Kendrick forces him to the corner…Miles trips Kendrick and steps over him. This angers Kendrick, who lays into Miles with stiff chops. Standing boot knocks Miles off his feet. Kendrick brings Miles to the corner and lays in more chops. Miles responds with some of his own, then school-boys Kendrick for a two-count. Hard Irish-whip from Miles, who follows up with a dropkick. Pace picks up…Miles talks some trash to Kendrick…Kendrick surprises Miles by capturing him in a cradle…got em!

Brian Kendrick wins by pinfall

Afterwards Kendrick shakes Miles’ hand and promises him that he has massive potential, but that he just needs to stay focused. Cut to a commercial for WWE shop. Back from break…Tony Nese makes his way to the ring for our second bout. He’s taking on Liam Gray, who is already in the ring.

Tony Nese versus Liam Gray

Nese nails Gray with a running elbow to take an early advantage. Nese asks why Gray is even on his show. Gray connects with a few shots but Nese unloads a vicious combination before posing for the ThunderDome crowd. Nese sends Gray into the turnbuckle with a release German suplex, then hits the running Nese for a quick victory.

Tony Nese wins by pinfall

An advertisement plays for the WWE Playback pay per view. Vic Joseph hypes up this week’s NXT on USA, which will be airing on Tuesday due to the NHL playoffs.

Main event time. Ever-Rise (Chase Parker, Matt Martel) is out first, followed by Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch. Here we go.

Ever-Rise versus Oney Lorcan/Danny Burch

Burch and Lorcan land a double-chop onto Martel to open the action. Parker tags in and gains control for Ever-Rise but Burch out-wrestles him and brings him to the mat. Parker and Martel isolate Burch away from Lorcan and get the heat on him early and utilize quick-tags to keep him grounded. Lorcan gets the tag and starts running through Ever-Rise…he takes out Martel with a jumping senton. Ever-Rise lands a devastating tag team maneuver but Lorcan breaks up the pin. Lorcan goes for a suplex but Parker falls onto him and Martel holds down his feet…they’re about to win but the referee sees it and calls the pin off. Martel and Parker start yelling at the referee…this gives Burch a chance to throw Martel to ringside and lock in the crossface on Parker…Parker taps.

Oney Lorcan/Danny Burch wins by submission

Burch and Lorcan celebrate as commentary asks whether Ever-Rise will make up a new conspiracy.

That’s the show friends.