26th Apr2021

‘WWE 205 Live’ Review (Apr 23rd 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s 205 Live review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and…what the… Nathan Favel: I’m Nathan Favel! Me: You fool! I’m Nathan Favel! NF: You fool! I’m Nathan Favel! Me: I am! NF: I am! Andy Dick: I’m Nathan Favel! Me and Me: Bull-s–t! Rod Serling: Imagine if you will, two dip-s–ts and a perverted weirdo arguing over who is the same pathetic man. How pathetic is this display? What drives these three men to be so stupid, like the FOX Tuesday night line-up? Hip Teenagers: WAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!! WAAAAAAAAH!!! WAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!! The Little Mermaid: 205 Live starts…oh Sebastian! Bite it! Bite it! Sebastian: My teeth can’t get through the titty shells!

Match #1: Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari def. The Bollywood Boyz

The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Fresh off teaming with Chase Parker to get “Bolly-Rise” its first win against Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari, Sunil Singh opted to go back to tagging with his brother in an attempt to claim another victory against The Premier Athlete and The Persian Prince. Unfortunately for Samir and Sunil, Nese and Daivari entered the bout hellbent on putting an end to their recent cold streak and completely willing to break the rules to do so, as Nese yanked Sunil off apron to prevent him from tagging into the match at a critical juncture. Then, Daivari interrupted the count after The Bollywood Boyz hit The Premier Athlete with the Bollywood Blast, giving Nese time to recover and tattoo Samir with a modified version of the Running Nese followed by the Running Nese itself for the 1-2-3.

The Score: 6 out of 10

Match #2: (Main Event) Ashante Adonis def. August Grey

The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

In an unusually jovial mood following his tag team victory earlier in the evening, Daivari decided to help himself to a ringside view in the middle of August Grey’s clash with Ashante “Thee” Adonis. Daivari has taken an interest in The Life of the Party ever since Grey used the ropes for leverage to score an illegal pinfall win against The Persian Lion. And when the bout spilled to ringside and Grey and Adonis floored each other with a double clothesline, Daivari encouraged Grey to take the count-out win, something Grey refused to do several weeks ago against Mansoor. Instead, Grey threw Adonis back into the ring, and Daivari began to bark at Grey. With Grey distracted by the argument, Adonis took advantage by dropping The Life of the Party neck-first on the top rope and landing the Long Kiss Goodnight to claim the win. Daivari continued to chastise Grey as 205 Live concluded, shouting that he “blew it” and “needs to start using his brain” while a frustrated Grey regrouped at ringside.

The Score: 7 out of 10

Final Verdict: 6/10

This was a show that, as usual, was two matches and that’s that. They are the same two matches that we always get and they delivered yet again. It’s obvious that this show needs new people on the roster. Ummmmmmmm…the matches were the same as ever and were fun. Okay. I’ll see you next time.


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