Date: February 26, 2021
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness
Another week, another 205 Live and I’m not sure how excited I can be about that. Hopefully this week winds up being a little better than usual because there isn’t much else to say about the whole thing. You never know what you might get out of this week’s show, but there is always a potential upside to the whole thing. Let’s get to it.
Mansoor/Curt Stallion vs. Ever-Rise
Stallion and Martel start things off with Parker taking him up against the ropes and then getting in a shove. That earns Martel a headlock takeover and then a shoulder gives Stallion one. It’s off to Mansoor vs. Parker with the latter slapping on a headlock but Mansoor reverses into one of his own. Stallion comes back in to keep up the headlocking and an elbow to the face gets two. It’s already back to Mansoor for two off a suplex, followed by a double armdrag to put both of them down at once.
Hold on though as here are the Bollywood Boyz to give Ever-Rise a pep talk, despite Ever-Rise not seeming interesting. Back in and a blind tag lets Martel come back in to powerbomb Mansoor and another blind tag lets Martel break up a sunset flip. Parker misses a step up elbow drop though and Stallion comes back in to start cleaning house. Stallion’s top rope splash hits raised knees as everything breaks down. Sweet Taste drops Mansoor and there’s a big boot to Stallion. Not that it matters though as the Boyz accidentally distract Parker and Mansoor grabs a rollup for the pin at 9:33.
Result: Mansoor/Curt Stallion b. Ever-Rise – Rollup to Parker (9:33)
We look back at Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese attacking August Grey and then beating him in last week’s main event.
Tony Nese vs. August Grey
Ariya Daivari and Jake Atlas are here too. Nese takes him down by the leg to start but gets reversed into an armbar. That’s broken up for a standoff and it’s Grey grabbing a slam but having to go after Daivari. Nese’s baseball slide doesn’t work but he gets in a cheap shot to the throat to take over. Back in and the Lionsault gets two so Grey is right back up with the spinning high crossbody for two of his own.
Nese grabs the gutwrench powerslam to take over again and we hit the bodyscissors. That doesn’t work either as Grey fights up with a jawbreaker into a neckbreaker. Nese catches him on the top but misses the 450. That’s enough to get Daivari on the apron so Grey can be tossed outside, meaning Daivari knocks Atlas silly. There’s the suicide dive from Grey to take out Nese and it’s So Much Prettier to finish Nese at 7:13.
Result: August Grey b. Tony Nese – So Much Prettier (7:13)
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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