205 Live results: Feb. 19, 2021
Mansoor, Curt Stallion, Jake Atlas and Ashante “Thee Adonis” def. Ever-Rise and The Bollywood Boyz
Though Ever-Rise and The Bollywood Boyz have seemingly buried the hatchet after being at each other’s throats for months, the third time was certainly not the charm for “Bolly-Rise.”
After coming up short in a pair of tag team matches in prior weeks, the quartet suffered yet another defeat in an Eight-Man Tag Team Match against Mansoor, Curt Stallion, Jake Atlas and Ashante “Thee Adonis.”
“Bolly-Rise” flashed some potential and made some timely tags, isolating Adonis and leaving him in dire straits. When Martel tried to slam Sunil on top of Adonis, however, he moved out of the way, and Adonis escaped to his corner and made a diving tag.
With all eight competitors brawling in and around the ring, Martel appeared to accidently trip Sunil when he bounced off the ropes. Seconds later, Sunil walked right into a savage running headbutt from Stallion, who picked up the pinfall, leaving “Bolly-Rise” flustered and arguing at ringside.
Ariya Daivari def. August Grey
Don’t steal Ariya Daivari’s chains.
That’s a lesson August Grey learned the hard way during a backstage interview earlier in the day, as he was suddenly ambushed by The Persian Lion and Tony Nese, who doled out a vicious beating before Daivari took back his gold.
Grey landed an early crossbody from the top rope and immediately followed up with a barrage of right hands to the head, clearly looking to punish his opponent rather than attempt an early pinfall.
The Premier Athlete, who helped himself to a seat at the commentary table, came face to face with Grey when the fight spilled to ringside, lifted Daivari’s gold chains and asked Grey if he enjoyed his beating earlier.
Seconds later, Daivari blasted the distracted Grey with a dropkick and clobbered him with the Hammerlock Lariat to score the win.