Hideo Itami def. Noam Dar
What Happened: A few weeks ago, Ariya Daivari returned from injury and has made it clear that his support is with Hideo Itami. But just in case that message wasn’t already clear, the duo took to the ring and threatened to hold up the show until and unless Itami received his due respect. 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick quickly handled this situation by threatening to suspend Itami and Daivari before granting Noam Dar a match against the Japanese Superstar. Still irked at the perceived lack of respect, Itami brutalized the Scottish Supernova with punishing strikes and suffocating holds. But Dar, managed to get back on his feet by using his feet, kicking Itami off the top rope, prompting the Persian Lion to interfere, distracting Dar long enough for Hideo to put the match away.
Analysis: The Cruiserweight division really needs some more titles. Either that or just remerge it with RAW or Smackdown.
Akira Tozawa & The Brian Kendrick def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher & Drew Gulak (Tag Team Street Fight)
What Happened: A team that formed out of necessity has turned into a viable tag team. Akira Tozawa and The Brian Kendrick looked to finally rid themselves of Gentleman Jack Gallagher and Drew Gulak, or the self-proclaimed Submission Commission, in a good old-fashioned Street Fight. As far as Gallagher and Gulak were concerned, this was just another business meeting, and they dressed accordingly. The Stamina Monster and the Man with a Plan were relentless in their attack, forcing their foes to resort to crafty means of countering. Everything from chairs to brooms & mops were cracked, swung, and broken during the course of the match, But it was Kendrick who got the final words, dropping Gallagher with Sliced Bread No. 2 for the win.