WWE 205 Live results: Nov. 19, 2021
Edris Enofé def. Malik Blade
Rookie Edris Enofé was competing in his first WWE match, but you would never know it from the way he strutted to the ring and struck a pre-match pose.
He backed up his bluster after the bell, too, trading what appeared to be some good-natured smack talk with Malik Blade and claiming the upper hand when he landed some stiff right hands and downed his opponent with a pair of arm drags.
Blade answered with a picture-perfect dropkick from the top rope, but he whiffed when he attempted to follow up with a frog splash. Enofé recovered and scored the victory with a pinpoint kick to the face and a standing moonsault.
The two young Superstars exchanged a handshake and a hug after the bout.
Tiffany Stratton def. Amari Miller
Tiffany Stratton is spoiled and proud of it. She confirmed as much prior to her debut match against Amari Miller, boasting that she’s “all about eating the best foods, driving the best cars and wearing the best clothes” before adding that she’s not spoiled by her father as much as she’s accommodated.
Stratton showed off her gymnastics background in impressive fashion, ducking a clothesline with a double back handspring, though Miller soon caught her with a kick to the face.
Stratton also displayed a vicious side, stomping on Miller’s fingers and bending them around the top rope before folding up her foe with a unique pinning combination for the three-count.
Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter def. Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon
Having already established themselves as one of the top duos on NXT 2.0, Kacy Catanzaro and Kayden Carter looked right at home in their first trip to the purple brand, bounding through the WWE Universe as they entered the ring and triumphing in a competitive tag team bout against Valentina Feroz and Yulisa Leon.
Feroz and Leon seemed to be inching toward an upset win when they isolated Carter, and Leon planted her with a unique suplex. Feroz followed up with some stomps and a kick to the spine, but Carter got the reprieve she needed when she made a diving tag to Catanzaro, who hit the ring like a ball of fire and overwhelmed Feroz with an attack that included a somersaulting double leg drop.
Carter blindly tagged back in and took down Leon with a neckbreaker while Catanzaro simultaneously soared with a 360 splash, teeing up Carter to pin Leon.