Date: May 21, 2021
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Nigel McGuinness
Believe it or not, 205 Liv is kind of on a roll here and it could be interesting to see where they take it. Above all else, they have introduced some new names into the fold and that could make all the difference in the world. Even Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari have seemed a bit more energized as of late so hopefully they can keep it up. Let’s get to it.
Asher Hale vs. Ari Sterling
Sterling grabs the arm to start and blocks a snapmare attempt with a shove off for a unique counter. Hale starts working on the arm and spins him down into an armbar. Back up and Sterling hits a running shoulder but Hale kicks the leg out to put him down again. A slingshot anklescissors sends Hale into the corner though and Sterling hits a running spinwheel kick.
Back up and Hale sends him outside for the moonsault off the apron and Sterling is in trouble again. A neckbreaker across the knee drops Sterling and we hit the cross arm choke. That’s reversed into one from Sterling but Hale goes right back to the knee to put him down. Something like a Figure Four dragon screw legwhip has Sterling in trouble but he comes back with some strikes to the face.
A running forearm in the corner rocks Hale but the knee gives out on a running hurricanrana attempt. Hale grabs a bridging Indian Deathlock, eventually sending Sterling over to the ropes. Another attempt is countered into a small package for two and some more rollups give Sterling some more near falls. Back up and Sterling hits a jumping knee to the face, setting up 86 for the pin at 9:14.
Result: Ari Sterling b. Asher Hale – 86 (9:14)
Bollywood Boyz vs. August Grey/Ikemen Jiro
Jiro has a watermelon jacket this time. Grey and Samir start things off with an exchange of headlock takeovers. Samir’s headscissors is broken up in a hurry and Grey grabs a rollup for two. An armdrag into an armbar works a bit better for Samir and it’s off to Sunil for a double elbow. Jiro comes in for a shot to the face and an armdrag into an armbar of his own. It’s already back to Grey, who misses a charge into the post so Sunil starts cranking away.
Samir comes back in with a middle rope bulldog for two and the armbar goes on again. Grey fights up and sends Sunil outside though and the hot tag brings in Jiro to start picking up the pace. A slingshot springboard moonsault gets two on Sunil but a Swanton misses. Instead Sunil snaps off a spinwheel kick and it’s a modified Hart Attack (top rope elbow instead of a running clothesline) for two on Jiro with Grey making the save. Grey breaks up a double superkick so Jiro can hit a solo version of his own and a running knee (Ikemen Slash) finishes Sunil at 8:33.
Result: August Grey/Ikemen Jiro b. Bollywood Boyz – Ikemen Slash to Sunil (8:33)
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