WWE 205 Live Results (8/7): Hideo Itami vs Mustafa Ali, Kalisto/Dorado vs Murphy/Nese, More!


WWE 205 Live Results
August 7, 2018
Orlando, Florida
Report by Matthew Wilkinson for ProWrestling.com.

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Tony Nese starts things off using his strength to his advantage, though it doesn’t take long for Kalisto’s speed to cause some problems, though Buddy Murphy tagged in only to have the same problems with Kalisto until Nese grabbed him from the outside.

Murphy continued to ground Kalisto down, not allowing him to use his speed or agility but the former Cruiserweight Champion managed to create a little separation and then threw out Nese to the outside, who pulled Dorado down at the last second when Kalisto tried to tag.

Kalisto got up and walked straight into a huge German Suplex as Nese and Murphy then followed up with a double team but Kalisto shoved Nese into Murphy, allowing the tag. Dorado instantly took to the air, flying from the top rope to take out both men, hitting a dropkick to Murphy whilst following through with a moonsault to Nese.

Dorado then hit a double Golden Rewind and the Lucha House Party both flew over the ropes to take out their opponents as the pace certainly picked up. Kalisto then looked to hit Salido Del Sol but Nese reversed and with Murphy distracting Kalisto, Nese was able to get the roll-up win.

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Winners: Buddy Murphy & Tony Nese


Drake Maverick asked Mustafa Ali how he was after the picture of him in the hospital, but Ali said he is fine and that he’s got this, claiming the doctor told him to slow things down a little and that is all.

Hideo Itami was then shown backstage as he spoke in Japanese before telling Ali that he should have shown him respect.


WWE then showed a video package highlighting Noam Dar who discussed his injury, saying it was the reality check he needed, stating he has had to work harder than ever before and that he got rewired. He said he let TJP get in his head, but said that won’t be happening again.


Sean Maluta straight away targetted the previously injured knee of Noam Dar, but this lit a fire under the Scottish Supernova who fired back with several stiff forearms. Dar then rocked Maluta with a huge knee and picked up a quick victory.

Winner: Noam Dar

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