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WWE 205 Live 2/19: Rating and Ranking Every Match

Following WWE Smackdown on Friday Night, the cruiserweight stars are showcased on WWE 205 Live. The WWE Network has all the action which is highlighted this week by a big 8-man tag team match.

Each match on WWE 205 Live will be given a brief review and analysis. Then each match will be given a rating and be ranked from worst to best.

Eight-Man Tag Action

2) Mansoor, Curt Stallion, Jake Atlas & Ashante “Thee” Adonis defeated Bolly-Rise (Matt Martel & Chase Parker, Samir Singh & Sunil Singh)
In recent weeks, the 4-man group of Bolly-Rise have been unsuccessful in their attempt to mix and match their way to the pay window. Mansoor starts off with Matt Martel who takes it to the corner and then tags Parker for some double team action. The Bollywood Boyz use their own double teams to get the advantage over Adonis. Back in comes Martell but is quickly on the defensive as Adonis tags in Jake Atlas. Springboard arm drag by Atlas before Curt Stallion is tagged in.

Chase Parter whips Stallion into the ropes by he accidentally knocks Samir Singh to the floor. Back in and Bolly-Rise regain their composure and work over Ashante Adonis with rotating tags. Jake Atlas makes the hot tag and goes right after Ever-Rise and gets them out of the ring with head scissors combo. The Bollywood Boyz then connect with a superplex/high elbow combo on Mansoor. All hell breaks loose as both teams brawl inside and outside the ring. Back inside and Stallion finishes off Sunil after a big headbutt for the three-count.

Match Analysis: Fun cruiserweight action as all eight men are familiar with one another and have good chemistry. If you are looking for a match that flies by and is an easy watch, this is a good one to check out on WWE 205 Live. Worth a Watch. ***1/4

WWE 205 Live: Main Event

1) Ariya Daivari (w/Tony Nese) defeated August Grey
Austen Grey charges Ariya Daivari but after a few right is met with a knee to the gut coming off the rope. The action heads to the outside as Grey works over Daivari by the announce table before tossing him back into the ring. Crossbody by Grey followed by more right hands. Chops in the corner by Grey ad then a whip into the corner. A back suplex by Grey gets only a two-count. Daivari is able to reverse a closeline in a DDT to gain the advantage. Grey fights back with a jawbreaker followed by a neckbreaker.

Daivari is able to lock in a sleeper hold before landing a rock bottom. The fight goes back and forth before Grey lands a stiff superkick to Daivari’s jaw. Grey connects on multiple closelines and a slam before they head back outside the ring. Grey connects on a suicide dive but is distracted by Tony Nese on the outside of the ring. Back inside and Daivari lands the hammerlock lariat for the win.

Match Analysis: Another solid match for WWE 205 Live as the veterans vs newcomers anchor the show. Worth a Watch. ***1/4

 

Robby Sobel

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