The show starts with Akira Tozawa backstage. He is listening to Titus O’Neil on speaker phone. O’Neil is trying hard to hype Tozawa and tells him he’s boring very hard to get Tozawa a rematch against Neville for the Cruiserweight Championship. Ariya Daivari walks in and interrupts their conversation. He hangs up on O’Neil and tells Tozawa his career is being mismanaged. Daivari proceeds to give Tozawa a lecture on Iranian wrestling. Daivari says the great Iranian wrestlers would have never done what Tozawa did to Neville the previous night and questions his honor. Tozawa tells him never to question his honour. Daivari says their match is next.
Akira Tozawa def. Ariya Daivari via DQ after Neville attack Tozawa.
We see a flashback of Drew Gulak’s loss against Mustafa Ali after he attempted to do a maneuver from the top rope. Then Gulak gives a “press conference” from the ‘Tron. He says that, two weeks ago, he’s had an indiscretion and suffered a lapse of judgement that does not reflect his character. He claims he merely climbed on the top rope to get a better view of his surroundings. He caved in to peer pressure and had a moment of weakness. Without thinking, he dove off the top rope like a common showoff. He apologizes for lowering himself to Mustafa Ali’s standards of conducts. He says their series is tied at two. He challenges Ali to a 2-out-of-3 falls match to determine whether 205 Live’s future will be Gulak’s ground-based, family friendly wrestling, or Ali’s high-flying showboating.
We then see a video package of Rich Swann trying to motivate heel TJP to be TJ Perkins again and their match from the previous week.
Before Rich Swann’s match, TJP walks out and sits at the commentary desk.
Rich Swann def. Mario Connors via Pinfall after a hard-fought match.
After the match, TJP grabs a microphone and asks Swann if he’s happy with his performance. He says he expected more from someone who was able to beat him the previous week and that if he wrestled “that guy” he would do it in half the time. He says he’ll give Connors a second chance against the first ever Cruiserweight Champion. Connors agrees and TJP gets the production team to put Swann’s time on the ‘tron. TJP says he can beat Connors way more quickly than Swann did.
TJP def. Mario Connors via Pinfall in 28 seconds.
The Brian Kendrick comes out, impersonating Jack Gallagher. He says Gallagher is not unorthodox or unconventional, he’s a clown. He’s a fraud and a third-rate William Regal. He says he is not laughing, unlike the fans. Kendrick has had to work hard to get where he is and get his second chance. He claims Jack Gallagher hasn’t put in hard work because people like to laugh at the clown. Gallagher interrupts Kendrick. He says he couldn’t listen to Kendrick questioning his work ethic. He says he’s been fighting since he was 16 and mentions how Kendrick squandered his early opportunity in the WWE. Gallagher says being in the WWE and on 205 Live is a privilege. He then says he is not a third-rate William Regal but a first-rate Jack Gallagher. Gallager and Kendrick stand toe to toe in the ring. They start exchanging blows before officials come out to stop the fight.
Mustafa Ali accepts Drew Gulak’s challenge.
We see a recap of Noam Dar and Alicia Fox’s romance along with their rivalry with Cedric Alexander.
Cedric Alexander def. Noam Dar in an I Quit Match
After the match, Noam Dar takes a microphone and tells Alicia Fox he quits her. Fox is stunned. He asks her if she really thought he was into her. He tells her she must be as stupid as she looks. He’s the youngest member of 205 Live roster and the Monday Night Raw roster. He’s the “Scottish Supernova”. He travels the world. He says he has women all over the country.He says he used her for notoriety. But now she’s more trouble than she is worth. Now it’s time for her to jog on. He says she means nothing to him. Dar walks off, leaving Fox in the ring, in tears.