Oney Lorcan def. Ariya Daivari
Even before their match began, Oney Lorcan and Ariya Daivari engaged in a backstage brawl just as WWE 205 Live began and had to be separated by WWE officials.
As Daivari made his way to the ring, The Boston Brawler charged up the entrance ramp, and the melee was underway.
Lorcan tossed chairs into the ring, but The Persian Lion turned the tables and dropped his rival once again to the outside, driving Lorcan into the announce table before retrieving a garbage can.
Lorcan suplexed Daivari onto the arena floor before he was thrown into the barricade. Daivari brought a ladder into the ring and exercised his will on Lorcan with a steel chain. With momentum in his favor, Daivari methodically began dismantling his archnemesis, setting the ladder up in the corner and aiming to maximize punishment.
However, Daivari’s plan backfired as he was the one tossed into the ladder. Fending off a suplex into the ladder, The Persian Lion attempted fight back, but Lorcan overpowered him and drove him into the ladder with a hip toss.
The animosity between both Superstars was on display as Lorcan attempted to execute his Half and Half Suplex onto a steel chair. Daivari countered and wrapped the steel chain around Lorcan’s face and drove him into the turnbuckles.
The resilient brawler fought through the pain and punishment, but Daivari remained relentless, applying a variation of the camel clutch using a steel chair as leverage.
With the WWE Universe making demands for a table, The Boston Brawl obliged and placed one inside the squared circle.
With Daivari reeling, Lorcan began to assemble steel chairs in a formation that only suggested a level of destruction hitherto undreamt of. Recovering before Lorcan could exercise his will, Daivari attacked with the garbage can lid and drew energy from the ire of the WWE Universe.
Lorcan attempted to powerbomb his opponent into the steel chairs, but he was instead tossed into them himself. Looking to put Lorcan away from good, Daivari set up the ladder, ascended to the top and executed a Persian Splash, only to have his opponent barely kick out at two.
Frustrated, Daivari set up not one, but two tables and once again prepared for the Persian Splash. However, Lorcan countered and drove Daivari through the tables with a huge superplex to score the victory.