WWE 205 Live
October 3, 2017
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Transcription by Josh Lopez
Kalisto & Enzo Amore In-Ring Segment:
— WWE (@WWE) October 4, 2017
Kalisto is here to change the Cruiserweight Division. Tonight the change begins. He was given the opportunity of a lifetime by Kurt Angle to join 205 Live. The CruiserWeights are the hardest fighting people he has met. Enzo comes out to interrupt Kalisto. Kalisto has got to be the luckiest luchador in show business. He should be counting his lucky ducks rather than coming on the Zo show dressed like a schmuck. Enzo is the hottest new cruiserweight signing. He’s the reason why 205 Live is trending.
With all of the success come the haters. The only way the WWE Universe can purchase Kalisto is merchandise is WWEShop.com Kalisto says that Enzo talks too much. Kalisto wants to show everyone how Enzo won the title. Winning is winning whether it’s by an inch or a mile.
Enzo brings up Braun Strowman putting Kalisto in a trash can. Why is Kurt Angle is letting that trash on his show? Ever since Kalisto lost the US Title, he’s been an Lucha Let Down. Enzo talks about the die hard 205 Live fans who call him a disgrace to the Cruiserweight Division. Do you want to see the in-ring debut of Kalisto? Everybody loves in-ring competition. Enzo introduces Kalisto’s opponent, Ariya Daivari.
First Match: Kalisto vs. Ariya Daivari
Daivari kicks Kalisto in the gut. Daivari with a clubbing blow to the back of Kalisto. Kalisto ducks a clothesline from Daivari. Kalisto kicks Daivari in the shoulder. Kalisto connects with a HeadScissors TakeDown. Kalisto with a SpringBoard SomerSault Plancha to Daivari. Daivari is trying to create separation. Kalisto is distracted by the referee. Daivari cheap shots Kalisto.
Daivari hits Kalisto with a Back Breaker for a one count. Daivari goes for a BodySlam, but Kalisto lands back on his feet. Daivari delivers a Big Boot out of the corner. Daivari with a series of haymakers to Kalisto. Following a snap mare takeover, Daivari applies a rear chin lock.
Kalisto with a SpringBoard Corkscrew Splash. Kalisto follows that with a Missile DropKick. Kalisto connects with a Spike Hurricanrana for a two count. Kalisto goes for the Salida Del Sol, but Daivari counters with the SpineBuster. Daivari with a Frog Splash for a two count. Daivari is talking smack to Kalisto. Kalisto plants Daivari with the Salida Del Sol to pickup the victory.
Winner: Kalisto via Pinfall
Second Match: Drew Gulak vs. Mustafa Ali
To reaffirm, @DrewGulak does NOT like hearing chants during his matches!
— 205Live (@WWE205Live) October 4, 2017
Akira Tozawa arrives on the stage and starts chanting AH at Gulak. Test of strength in the center of the ring. Gulak with a wrist lock takedown to Ali. Ali counters with an arm-drag takeover. Gulak with a Headbutt to the midsection of Ali. Gulak blocks a leg lariat from Ali. Ali kicks Gulak out of the ring. Tozawa continues to chant AH.
Gulak is pissed. Gulak starts walking around the ring with the No Chants Poster. Ali applies a side headlock. Ali goes for a shoulder tackle, but Gulak stands still. Ali is flipping which annoys Gulak because that’s one of his big no-no’s in his powerpoint presentation. Ali connects with a Hurricanrana. Ali follows that with a Dropkick from the outside.
Ali ascends to the top turnbuckle. Ali with a Flying Crossbody Block for a two count. Ali goes for the Tornado DDT, but Gulak blocks it. Gulak places Ali on the top rope. Gulak with a perfectly placed knee to the midsection of Ali for a two count. Gulak applies a rear chin lock. More AH Chants spew around the Pepsi Center. Gulak is grounding Ali in the center of the ring.
Ali slips out of the Straight Jacket Hold. Gulak and Ali are trading back and forth shots. Ali delivers a pin point dropkick to Gulak. Up and Over goes Ali. Ali connects with a Roll Through Neck Breaker for a two count. Gulak sends Ali face first to the middle turnbuckle. Gulak follows that with a Vertical Suplex into the turnbuckles. Gulak continues to be distracted by Tozawa. Ali drops Gulak with an enziguri from the ring apron. Ali lands the Inverted 450 Splash to pickup the victory.
Winner: Mustafa Ali via Pinfall
— WWE (@WWE) October 4, 2017
Third Match: Cedric Alexander vs. Jack Gallagher
Alexander blocks a right hand from Gallagher. Alexander starts teeing off on Gallagher. Alexander repeatedly stomps on Gallagher’s chest in the corner. Alexander launches Gallagher to the other side of the ring. Alexander with Back to Back European Uppercuts to Gallagher. Alexander follows that with a dropkick. Gallagher tosses Alexander out of the ring. Gallagher kicks Alexander in the face. Gallagher with a Modified Leg Split to Alexander. Gallagher applies a rear chin lock. Gallagher lands a series of roundhouse kicks to the chest of Alexander. Gallagher with a Toe and Ankle Hold to Alexander. Gallagher stomps on the back of Alexander knees for a one count.
Gallagher transitions into a front face lock. Alexander gets back to a vertical base. Gallagher dropkicks Alexander for a two count. Gallagher goes for another roundhouse kick, but Alexander counters with a back elbow strike. Alexander delivers a rapid fire suicide dive. Alexander with a ground and pound attack to Gallagher. Alexander drops Gallagher with a Running Forearm Strike. Alexander launches Gallagher back first to the ringside barricade. Gallagher crawls under the ring. Gallagher with a Flying Double Axe Handle Strike off the steel ring steps. Gallagher rolls Alexander back into the ring.
Alexander snatches William The Third away from Gallagher. Alexander hits Gallagher in the back with the Umbrella to cause the disqualification. Alexander kicks Gallagher out of the ring. Alexander is mauling Gallagher on the outside. Alexander launches Gallagher into the time keeper’s area. Gallagher and Alexander are trading back and forth shots. Alexander whips Gallagher over the announce table. Referee’s are trying to separate both men. Alexander connects with the SpringBoard Missile Dropkick.
Winner: Jack Gallagher via Disqualification