WWE 205 Live Results – September 19, 2017

WWE 205 Live
September 19, 2017
Oracle Arena
Oakland, California

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

First Match: Cedric Alexander vs. THE Brian Kendrick 

Alexander blocks a Big Boot from Kendrick. Alexander drops Kendrick with a Back Elbow Strike. Kendrick rolls himself out of the ring. Alexander ducks a clothesline from Kendrick. Alexander connects with a HandSpring Leg Scissors TakeOver. Alexander follows that with a DropKick. Alexander lands the Suicide Dive. Kendrick bounces Alexander head on the apron. Alexander responds with a big haymaker. Alexander rolls Kendrick back into the ring at the count of nine. Alexander goes for a SpringBoard Clothesline, but Kendrick ducks out of the way. Kendrick drops Alexander with a Big Boot for a two count. Kendrick whips Alexander back first into the turnbuckles.

Kendrick grabs Alexander by his beard. Kendrick connects with a Suplex for a two count. Kendrick applies a rear chin lock. Kendrick transitions into a Cravate. Kendrick drives Alexander face to the top turnbuckle. Kendrick runs into a Big Boot from Alexander. Kendrick responds with an Arm Drag into the turnbuckles. Kendrick is grounding Alexander in the center of the ring. Kendrick applies a Straight Jacket Hold. Kendrick and Alexander are trading back and forth shots.

Kendrick kicks Alexander out of the ring. Alexander lands a Leaping Enziguri from the ring apron. Alexander connects with a SpringBoard Clothesline for a two count. Alexander goes for a HandSpring RoundHouse Kick, but Kendrick ducks out of the way. Kendrick drops Alexander with a Heel Kick. Alexander slips out of Slice Bread #2. Alexander with a O’Connor Roll with a Bridge to pickup the victory. After the match, Alexander and Kendrick engage in a shouting contest on the stage. Jack Gallagher attacks Alexander from behind. Kendrick applies an Abdominal Stretch. Gallagher repeatedly kicks Alexander in the ribs. Gallagher drops Alexander with a Stiff HeadButt.

Winner: Cedric Alexander via Pinfall 


Second Match: Akira Tozawa vs. Noam Dar 

Drew Gulak joins the commentary team for this match. Tozawa backs Dar in the corner. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Dar lands a big bodyshot. Dar goes for a Sunset Flip, but Tozawa counters with a RoundHouse Kick. Tozawa follows that with a Senton Splash. Tozawa repeatedly stomps on Dar’s chest in the corner. Tozawa dives over Dar. Dar connects with a Soccer Kick to the right leg of Tozawa.

Dar with a quick cover for a two count. Dar drops Tozawa with a forearm smash. Dar is applying pressure to the right leg of Tozawa. Dar applies an armbar. Tozawa gets back to a vertical base. Tozawa lands a series of knife edge chops. Dar goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Tozawa lands back on his feet. Tozawa drops Dar with a Left Jab.

Tozawa connects with the Suicide Dive. Tozawa goes for the cover, but Dar kicks out at the count of two. Dar drives Tozawa leg to the canvas. Dar drops Tozawa with a Running European Uppercut for a two count. Dar goes for a Single Leg Boston Crab, but Tozawa kicks Dar in the face. Tozawa connects with the Senton Bomb to pickup the victory.

Winner: Akira Tozawa via Pinfall 

– Rich Swann was supposed to have a match with Lince Dorado. Dorado is laid out in the backstage area. Swann walks out of the ring. TJ Perkins SuperKicks Swann. Perkins is ramming his boot across Swann’s face. Perkins drives Swann face first to the LED Board. Perkins dumps Swann on the steel guard rail. 

Neville & Enzo Amore In-Ring Segment: 

We’re five days away from one of the biggest pay per view extravaganzas of the year, No Mercy. You lucky people will see mammoth clashes as Braun Strowman faces Brock Lesnar, John Cena dukes it out with Roman Reigns. Enzo trying to conquer Neville will be the biggest mistake in his miserable life. Neville  will take pleasure in exposing what Enzo is.  He’s a stain on the moral fabric of society and someone not qualified to walk into his world. Enzo comes out to interrupt Neville.  Last night, Enzo got obliterated by the monster. Neville should be at home recuperating, but instead you’re dancing like a chicken and spouting his catchphrases.

Enzo would normally ask Neville how he’s doin? Why would Neville be jealous of Enzo? He’s the most formidable cruiserweight on the planet earth. There’s some truth in that statement. Enzo is not a better wrestler than Neville. However, Enzo is twice the superstar that Neville will ever be. Enzo brings up the backstage heat he has with the locker room. You can hate or love Enzo, but you know who he is. Neville is a big fish in a small pond. Enzo says that a shark had invaded your water.

Enzo had to go and run his mouth. He wanted to make this quick, but now he’s  going to make an example out of Enzo. Do Enzo really believe that Neville cares about merchandise sales or celebrity relationships? Does he care about being a superstar? None of that matters. At No Mercy, none of that stuff will matter because Enzo can’t fight. Neville is brutal and he wants to know what will Enzo do when he’s brutalized to the point where there’s no hope. Will Enzo try to get himself disqualified or kick him in the jewels? The best you can hope for at No Mercy is survival. Those tactics won’t win him a championship. This ain’t Sunday and this ain’t No Mercy. Enzo low blows Neville to end the show. 


Author: Josh Lopez