03rd May2021

‘WWE 205 Live’ Review (Apr 30th 2021)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s 205 Live, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and the good news is that they found Jimmy Hoffa…bad news: in the trunk of my car. I’m glad the smell has subsided and I’m glad you’re here. We have two matches to review, so let’s not waste time playing grab-ass. Let’s go make a fillim!

Match #1: Jake Atlas and August Grey def. The Bollywood Boys

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Jake Atlas and August Grey have competed as partners and opponents over the last few months on 205 Live, but any lingering friction from Grey’s narrow singles victory over Atlas from several weeks ago wasn’t noticeable when the two acrobatic competitors joined forces for a tag team bout against The Bollywood Boyz. Instead, Atlas and Grey had the look of a battle-tested tandem, and they earned the win with an incredible sequence; Grey blindly tagged himself into the match, Atlas tattooed Sunil with a superkick and The Life of the Party leveled his opponent with a crossbody for the 1-2-3. As Atlas and Grey exited up the ramp, Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari hit the scene for their upcoming match against Ever-Rise, resulting in a lengthy staredown and some seemingly tense words between the two teams.

The Score: 6 out of 10

Match #2: (Main Event) Ever-Rise def. Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari

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Ariya Daivari has recently put a lot of effort into attempting to corrupt August Grey and get The Life of the Party to embrace underhanded tactics and shortcuts, but The Persian Lion likely didn’t help his cause when he and Tony Nese were decisively defeated by Ever-Rise. True to form, Daivari Dinero and The Premier Athlete showed no qualms about breaking the rules, as Daivari delivered a sucker punch to Chase Parker when Parker was on apron, and Nese later yanked Parker to the ringside floor to prevent a tag. Though he was reeling after taking punishment from both of his foes, Martel valiantly fought his way out of the corner with some desperation strikes and made the clutch tag to Parker. Moments later, Martel ducked Daivari’s Hammerlock Lariat attempt, and Ever-Rise earned the hard-earned win by dropping Nese with the Sweet Taste.

The Score: 8 out of 10

Final Verdict: 6/10

Two tag matches on a show with no tag titles? Huh. Why aren’t the champion and the former champion still not present on this show? I don’t get that. I’m glad Tony Nese is getting some-thing to do, but he’s just spinning his wheels at this point. Now, the tag main event fight he worked with Ariya Daivari turned out well, with Ever-Rise giving their best performance to date to boot. If there ain’t no hummers in heaven, than I don’t wanna go. That’s what this show was all about. Dr. Fellatio advised us to not worry about the fact that we’ve seen these two matches so damn much in some shape or form. I wish my sons were here to wish the death of Howie Mandel instead of my own. That’s how I feel about this show. Mr. Obvious: Did you make the connection mother-f–ker?! Is your wife around? Me: No Mr. Obvious. Mr. Obvious: That’s because she’s here right now with my d–k in her mouth. I wonder if a Jewish ninja would use a throwing star of David? Me: What does this have to do with Tony Nese putting on a great performance or Ever-Rise doing the same? Mr Obvious: Blow me, homo! (Punches Mr Obvious) Me: I’m so ready to tell you that this show was brought to you by the letter X…X…X…and the number 69! BAWCHIKAWAHWAH!!!!!!! Listen. This was every 205 Live of the past several months, but it was just as solid as those shows, so f–k it. I love you. Give me your wallet. Go watch the stunning main event. I’ll see you next time.


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