30th Nov2020

‘WWE 205 Live’ Review (Nov 27th 2020)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s 205 Live review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and I can’t eat apples, because they scream. On this episode of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, we have the home of the CEO of Ass-Cream Inc., Trevor Butley, who is very anal about his Stately Sphincter Manor. We have some matches here to Jet your Li, so why don’t you get ready for the partaaaaaaaaay!!

Match #1: August Grey def. Ariya Daivari

The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Though he’s relatively new to 205 Live, August Grey is silencing the doubters one week at a time. Not only has the purple brand’s flashy new Superstar impressed by standing up to the sadistic Timothy Thatcher on NXT, he also claimed what was arguably the biggest win of his career on 205 Live when he spiked Ariya Daivari face-first into the canvas with an elevated Unprettier. That’s not to say it was easy. Daivari, who was apparently confident enough to send Tony Nese to the backstage area during his entrance, routinely mocked Grey in the early goings and nearly scored the victory when he landed a picture-perfect Persian Splash and a uranage. Grey nevertheless fired back when he threw caution to the wind by diving headlong through the ropes to wipe out Daivari at ringside. Daivari seemed to be closing in on victory when he teed up his foe for the Hammerlock Lariat, but Grey ducked it and left his opponent seeing stars with his impressive take on the Unprettier.

My Opinion: 3.2 out of 5 – This was okay, but it was not The Way. Baby Yoda won’t shut the f— up. That is not The Way! Grey smacked Daivari around. This is The Way! When Daivari takes a good bump and sells Grey as a million bucks…this is The Way! When Grey impresses by giving it his all…this is The Way. When I forgot what we were talking about and give this match a 3.2 out of 5…this is…THE WAY!

Match #2: (Main Event) Curt Stallion def. Raul Mendoza

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Though he scored the 1-2-3 in an impressive victory against Raul Mendoza, Curt Stallion didn’t look like a winner by the end of the evening due to a heinous 2-on-1 assault by Legado del Fantasma after the match. In the eyes of Wilde and Mendoza, Stallion became a marked man the second he mentioned the name of their mentor and NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar, and Mendoza displayed an early mean streak when he tugged at Stallion’s hair and nonchalantly pulled Stallion off the canvas during a pinning predicament. Stallion, a recent newcomer to the purple brand who has earned a future title bout against Escobar, impressed with a series of blistering chops and a fearless dive through the ropes that sent Mendoza careening to the ringside floor. Mendoza eventually regained control, but when he went for the decisive blow, Stallion shockingly countered into a rollup for the victory!

My Opinion: 3.3 out of 5 – Stallion won again, because horse-power is unstoppable. You see what I did? I used…a pun! I’m…punny! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! I’m not an idiot! This match was easy-viewing, with The Spanish Man and The Black Stallion using a fast array of moves to keep the mid-night oil burning. Joan Allen called me the other day…said to leave her family alone. F— her! Yoda care not about match with long length, I do. Yoda…no get last sentence. Raul should be getting looked at more…as a coat rack! Seriously, dawg, like, ya heard what I’m sayin’, boo? Like, dis match be totally spayin’ and neuterin’ my will to not look at it…skizank! I’m out of cigarettes and this match was ooooooooooootay!

Final Verdict: 3.3/5

This was pretty simple, but needed some butter on its pop-corn, if you catch my drift.


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