WWE 205 Live Results (December 11th, 2020): Winners, Grades, and Video Highlights

Curt Stallion was a man possessed tonight in another shot at the NXT Cruiserweight Champion
Curt Stallion was a man possessed tonight in another shot at the NXT Cruiserweight Champion
Greg Bush

At NXT TakeOver: WarGames, the Kickoff specifically, we got a six-man 205 Live match up. Legado del Fantasma defeated Curt Stallion, August Grey, and Ashante "Thee" Adonis, three of 205 Live's fastest rising stars. However, tonight they had a shot at redemption. The No. 1 Contender to Santos Escobar's Cruiserweight Title needed a win over the group, as he's been struggling ever since winning that opportunity.

Before that, though, we saw another tag team match featuring the Bollywood Boyz, Samir and Sunil Singh, taking on the 205 Live OGs Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari. Samir and Sunil were hired to help Nese and Daivari in the No. 1 Contenders match last month and failed. Nese and Daivari looked to make an example out of the Bollywood Boyz in the 205 Live openers.

Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari vs The Bollywood Boyz on 205 Live

The 205 Live OGs struggled to get out the gates in the opening of this match, as Sunil and Samir Singh took turns tearing apart Ariya Daivari. As they set up for the Bollywood Blast, Tony Nese rushed them. Samir hit a diving elbow drop on Nese to save his brother. However, the distraction allowed Daivari to blindside him and tag out to Nese.

The former Cruiserweight Champion turned a Torture Rack into a belly-to-back suplex before tagging in fellow 205 Live veteran Daivari. The OGs failed to keep the upper hand as Samir avoided a missile dropkick from Nese, with the Premier Athlete taking out his own tag team partner.

Sunil Singh tagged in, and he managed to light up Nese with a series of kicks, an inverted atomic drop, and a running wheel kick for the two-count. Daivari tagged in, but he and Nese were rocked by superkicks.

The Bollywood Blast blistered Daivari, and Nese barely broke the pin up. Nese brought Sunil to the floor, and Daivari planted Samir with the Uranage. A Persian Splash connected while Nese demolished Sunil with a running knee.

Results: Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese defeated The Bollywood Boyz via pinfall on 205 Live.

Grade: B-

It's an NXT TakeOver: WarGames pre-show rematch in the 205 Live main event
It's an NXT TakeOver: WarGames pre-show rematch in the 205 Live main event

Curt Stallion, Ashante "Thee" Adonis, and August Grey vs Legado Del Fantasma on 205 Live

Raul Mendoza and Ashante "Thee" Adonis kicked off the 205 Live main event. Adonis took it to Mendoza, and when the rest of Legado Del Fantasma tried to interfere, Adonis was able to lay them all out. A flapjack to Wilde and a dropkick to Santos Escobar sent them to the floor.

Curt Stallion tagged in, looking to keep that 205 Live streak going. However, too focused on Escobar, he was blindsided by a running knee from Mendoza when he went for a suicide dive. Escobar tagged in, and the NXT Cruiserweight Champion aimed to prove that Stallion didn't deserve to challenge him.

Stallion eventually made the tag to August Grey, and the Thatch-as-Thatch-Can student really took the fight to a fresh Mendoza. However, Escobar dropped the ropes as he went to bounce off, falling straight to the floor. Legado Del Fantasma tagged in and out, tearing apart Grey while the two fast-rising 205 Live stars Stallion and Adonis watched on.

Eventually, Grey managed to fight away from Joaquin Wilde and tagged in the No. 1 Contender to the Cruiserweight Championship. Stallion was like a house on fire, hammering Wilde and Mendoza with dives, dropkicks, and more all the while staring down Santos Escobar.

The double foot trapped DDT spiked Wilde, and a diving splash nearly got the win. Wilde broke it up, leading to a six-man brawl. Mendoza and Wilde set up for the Russian Leg Sweep/running enziguri combo, but Mendoza was yanked out the ring by Grey. Wilde was then rolled up by Stallion for the victory.

Results: Curt Stallion defeated Joaquin Wilde via pinfall on 205 Live.

Grade: B

Edited by Alan John


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