Grayson Waller def. Sunil Singh
Since Samir is allegedly in Mumbai to shoot a blockbuster in Bollywood, Sunil Singh had to go solo against Grayson Waller, who debuted on 205 Live.
Waller’s arrogance was evident from the moment he stepped over the threshold, when the rookie jerked and grinned from ramp to square of the circle.
He continued his performance throughout the match, dishonoring the former 24/7 champion at every turn and earning victory by using his leg to throw his opponent face-first into the canvas.
After the decisive victory, Waller celebrated with push-ups, a summer storm and a victory dance.
Tony Nese and Aria Daivari def. Ari Sterling and Asher Hale
Although Ari Sterling and Asher Hale have joined forces against common enemies for convenience reasons, the two breathtaking newcomers nevertheless struggled to get on the same page in a heated team fight against Tony Nese and Aria Daivari.
When Sterling asked for a tag at the start of the match, Hale technically fulfilled his wish, although he did so by punching his partner in the chest. Hale also gave up on a mid-match punch from Sterling after die-hard teammates nailed down their opponents with a couple of risky maneuvers.
The premier athlete and the Persian prince had no such problems, as the self-proclaimed 205 Live OG trapped Sterling in their corner after the mark and simultaneously hit him with a flurry of right hands.
Sterling nearly triumphed for his team, bouncing off Hale and hauling Daivari onto the carpet with a hurricane over the top rope in no time, but Hale blindly tagged himself back into the match. Moments later, Nese and Daivari used an impressive two-team maneuver, driving Hale into the canvas and allowing the Premier Athlete to take a hit.
After the match, Hale ran up the gangplank, exchanging words with his partner.