This past Monday on RAW, the WWE Universe witnessed the debut of Hideo Itami from the stables of NXT, who teamed up with Finn Balor to beatdown the Miztourage in tag team action.
This Tuesday, Hideo Itami returned to action for his first 205 Live appearance against Colin Delaney in singles competition.
The new No. 1 contender Cedric Alexander against Drew Gulak in a return action from the previous night’s encounter on RAW.
The show also featured the quartet of Jack Gallagher, The Brian Kendrick, Kalisto and Gran Metalik in a 2-on-2 tag team matchup.
Let’s take a look at everything that happened on this week’s episode of WWE’s 205 Live.
Kalisto and Gran Metalik vs. The Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher
The first event of the night featured a 4-man tag team matchup involving the Luchadors Kalisto and Gran Metalik against the team of The Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher.
The bout began at a fast pace as both Luchador high-flyers unloaded on the Heels in quick successions.
The Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher relied on their hardcore wrestling styles while Kalisto and Gran Metalik showcased their athletism in grand style.
Approaching the later stages, The Brian Kendrick continued to stomp on a battered Kalisto after the referee had asked him to exit the ring.
The onslaught still didn’t stop after the bell went off. The villains continued to lay waste to their opponents, using the ring environments to inflict more damage to Metalik’s knee.
In the end, the Heels stood tall while the masked allies were left laying to the close of the segment.
Kalisto and Gran Metalik win via disqualification.
HIDEO ITAMI VS. COLIN DELANEY
After headlining the previous night’s RAW show with Finn Balor, the newest member of 205 Live Hideo Itami battled Colin Delaney in singles competition.
As expected, Delaney was the prey in Itami’s debut squash. Though he did give put up a fight, Itami still triumphed with his massive offensive kick-strikes, putting Delaney away with a GTS.
Hideo Itami defeated Colin Delaney via pinfall.
CEDRIC ALEXANDER VS. DREW GULAK
No. 1 Contender Cedric Alexander returned tonight in a second encounter against Drew Gulak, who planned to gain Amore’s respect after losing out the previous night on RAW.
The match was no different from Monday night’s showdown. However, both Cruiserweights did well in entertaining the fans with their in-ring thrusts.
In the end, Alexander picked up the win over Gulak. The No. 1 Contender also managed to take down Daivari during a post-match attack.
Cedric Alexander defeated Drew Gulak