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WWE 205 Live results: Oney Lorcan vs. Ariya Daivari

Drake Maverick started the show by announcing that, after last week's fatal four-way number one contender's match ended in a double pin, Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese will defend his title against Akira Tozawa and Drew Gulak in a triple threat match at Stomping Grounds on Sunday.

Tonight's card was run down. In a grudge match, Oney Lorcan faces Ariya Daivari in the main event. The Lucha House Party will start things off against the Singh Brothers. Nigel McGuinness buried Maverick for wanting the 24/7 title and called him a terrible general manager.

The Singhs were announced as Boscar winners and dance alongside their new award. McGuinness called them the Bollywood Boyz, which really should just be their name if they're doing this gimmick.

The Singh Brothers defeated The Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado & Gran Metalik w/ Kalisto)

Samir Singh slapped Dorado at the start. Dorado struck Samir back, then Dorado and Metalik landed a double chop. Sunil Singh came in and ate a dropkick by Metalik. Dorado and Metalik faked them out with backflips off the middle rope.

The LHP hit a double team wheelbarrow senton for two before Dorado got another two count off a crossbody. The Singhs danced and stomped a mudhole into Dorado. Dorado avoided Samir before Metalik got pulled off the apron to prevent a tag. Sunil tagged in for a Russian leg sweep/superkick combo for two. 

Dorado hit a sloppy Golden Rewind, which was only used as a means to get to Metalik. Metalik came in and hit a run-up arm drag and dropkick combo. Dorado tagged in and tossed Metalik into a dropkick on the apron.

Metalik did a gorgeous crossbody off the top rope. Dorado hit a Shooting Star Press, but Samir broke up the pin at two. Sunil and Kalisto fought over Penelope the Pinata, and it ended up being ripped it half. After the distraction, Sunil rolled up Dorado while holding his tights to get the win.

Aiden English talked about how the Singhs disrespected the pinata and pulled the tights. I would have preferred them using the Boscar to get the cheap win, but this worked.

From a very dark training room, Noam Dar complained and claimed that he's on vacation in Magaluf. Dar wants revamped working conditions on 205 Live before he returns. Brian Kendrick came in and exposed that Dar was lying about where he was. This was the worst-looking backstage bit WWE has had on TV in ages.

Brian Kendrick defeated Russ Taylor

McGuinness talked about Kendrick needing a match like this to get his confidence back after losing to Mike Kanellis a few weeks ago. Taylor showed Kendrick disrespect off a handshake and elbowed his jaw. Kendrick dropkicked him and beat him down in the corner before landing a series of flying forearms and winning with the Sliced Bread #2.

A recap of Chad Gable vs. Jack Gallagher from last week aired and Sarah Schreiber interviewed Gallagher. Gallagher said he gave it his best and he wants a rematch. Mike Kanellis buried Gallagher for losing and said Gallagher is deadweight. Kanellis said he's done being overlooked because guys like Gallagher drop the ball. Gallagher challenged him to a match next week.

Oney Lorcan defeated Ariya Daivari by DQ

Lorcan jumped Daivari with an uppercut to start things off. Daivari left the ring and tried to leave the building before Lorcan threw him around. Daivari kept trying to escape until he got thrown in and took advantage of the high ground with a boot.

Lorcan's half-and-half suplex was countered and Daivari hit a superkick and back elbow. Daivari hit a flying divorce court off the second rope and taunted the crowd. He pumphandled Lorcan's arm and then kneedropped the left arm. 

Daivari locked on the Million Dollar Dream and got a bodyscissors alongside it. Lorcan stood up and ran Daivari back into the buckle. Daivari got an iconoclasm off the top for two.

The High Fly Flow missed for Daivari and he went down holding his ribs. Lorcan hit a running blockbuster for two. Daivari landed a series of chops and elbows before Lorcan responded with uppercuts. Daivari hit a superkick and went for the Rainmaker, but it was turned into a half-and-half suplex. 

Daivari rolled outside and ate a dive. Daivari then hit Lorcan with a chair to the gut for a disqualification loss in the main event. Well, that sure killed things dead. It got a chorus of boos though, so it did at least work at pissing off the crowd.

Daivari threw Lorcan on the announce table and slugged away before throwing Lorcan's knees into the steps. He took Lorcan around and tossed him into the tron before just staring him down. Daivari landed a Rainmaker on the ramp.

The show closed with the triple threat competitors running down their journey to the Stomping Grounds match. Nese attempted to show fire in his promo, but it just isn't his forte.

Tozawa said he'll become a two-time Cruiserweight Champion, while Gulak said that terror doesn't sleep -- it waits until the time is right. Gulak said that looking inward let him see that 205 Live couldn't get better -- but Drew Gulak could be, and he's now the best version of himself.