Titus O’Neil is on the phone talking to Akira Tozawa talking about his training. Titus says that when Tozawa wins on Sunday, he will get paid. Titus sees Daivari and asks him about joining Titus Worldwide. He also sees Mustafa Ali. Titus says he is getting ready to turn this up. Titus barks to the ring.
We are in Phoenix, Arizona and your announcers are Vic Joseph and Corey Graves.
Titus O’Neil makes his way to the ring.
Titus asks if you are ready for some fireworks. On Sunday, there will be fireworks because there is going to be a Cruiserweight Title Match. On one side, you will have Neville. On the other side, the future WWE Cruiserweight Champion Akira Tozawa.
Neville calls himself the King of the Cruiserweights. He has been sitting on that ivory tower but Neville will be no match for the Power of Tozawa.
Neville’s music plays and he makes his way to the stage.
Neville says Titus is a charismatic leader. The problem is that all of this is a fantasy. It is a cruel facade. Let’s take a look at what really happens when a clients signs with Titus Worldwide.
We take a look at Apollo Crews versus Braun Strowman from last night on Raw.
Neville says to clarify, Apollo Crews, the man who just had a beautiful baby daughter, and his client. You fed him to the monster. The reality . . . . Neville stops to listen the crowd chant ‘You’re not Strowman’ at him. Neville says that was nice. The reality is that you don’t care about Apollo Crews and you don’t care about Akira Tozawa. All you care about are your dirty dollar bills. You have two choices. You can prove him wrong and show compassion and concern for your client and forfeit the match on Sunday. Or, you can take a seat at the commentary booth and see what is going to happen next. What he does to Lince Dorado is just a taste of the pain and suffering awaiting your client on Sunday.
Match Number One: Neville versus Lince Dorado in a Non Title Match
They lock up and Neville with a side head lock take down. Neville with a shoulder tackle and he gets a few near falls. Dorado with a sunset flip for a near fall. Dorado flips around and then he hits a drop kick. Dorado with a waist lock but Neville with a standing switch. Dorado lands on his feet on a German suplex attempt. Dorado with a waist lock and he gets a near fall with a bridge. Dorado with a monkey flip.
Dorado with a chop and Irish whip. Neville puts Dorado on the turnbuckles but Dorado pulls Neville over the top rope to the floor. Dorado with a kick and a rana off the apron. Dorado with a European uppercut but Neville sends Dorado into the ring steps and Dorado holds his knees. Neville slams Dorado’s head on the announce table. They get back to the ring and Neville with a power bomb and he applies the Rings of Saturn and Dorado taps out.
TJ Perkins and Rich Swann are in the locker room and Rich asks if they have a problem. TJ says he thought about what Swann said about having a chip on his shoulders. TJ reminds Swann that the TJ Perkins that Swann was looking for beat him in the cruiserweight tournament. He just wants some friendly competition. Swann says he will not take Perkins lightly.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Tony Nese versus Jack Gallagher
They lock up and Nese pushes Gallagher away and poses. They go for a test of strength and Nese takes Gallagher to the mat. Gallagher with a crucifix for a near fall. Nese tries to escape and Gallagher holds on and gets a series of crucifixes as he rolls Nese around the ring. Both men struggle to stay on their feet. Nese with a double leg take down but Gallagher sends Nese across the ring. Gallagher with a side head lock.
Nese sends Gallagher into the ropes and Nese with a running elbow to the back and he gets a near fall. Nese punches Gallagher and gets a near fall. Nese with a flying back elbow and he gets a near fall. Nese puts Gallagher in the Tree of Woe and he does some abs work and kicks Gallagher. Nese with a knee drop and he gets a near fall. Nese gets Gallagher on his shoulders with an inverted torture rack and he locks his hands. Gallagher gets out of the hold and he connects with knees followed by a drop kick. Gallagher wtih a butterfly suplex for a near fall. Gallagher goes for a Cross Arm Breaker but Nese locks his hands to stop the move from being fully applied. Nese goes for a one arm power bomb but Gallagher counters with a sunset flip.
Nese trips Gallagher as he goes to the floor. Gallagher holds his knee. Nese lands awkwardly when he goes for the double jump moonsault. The referee checks on Nese and Gallagher stands back. Nese cannot trick Gallagher and Gallagher with a head butt and a running drop kick into the corner for the three count.
Winner: Jack Gallagher
After the match, we see photos of the United Kingdom on the TitanTron with ‘A History of Great Britain’.
Brian Kendrick appears on the TitanTron and he talks about Not So Great Britain. He mentions the Battles of Lexington and Concord. The British tried to seize what was ours. Just like when Gallagher tried to take the Cruiserweight Title. He mentions the Battle of Saratoga and the Surrender of Yorktown. Kendrick says Jack will surrender to him. You claim to love America and be our ally, just like the British do today, but he can see through that. He will not stop until he rids 205 Live of the scourge known as Jack Gallagher.
We take a look back at the never ending story between Cedric Alexander, Noam Dar, and Alicia Fox.
Noam Dar is checked out by the medical staff and he is told that everything seems fine as long as he keeps his neck iced. Noam says it is good to have Alicia back. Noam says this has been the most painful month of his life. Dar says he sees himself going after the Cruiserweight Title.
Alicia asks about Cedric. Noam says that is finished.
Alicia says it is not finished. She starts to go full crazy as she talks about Cedric. She says it will be finished when Cedric quits 205 Live.
Dar finally agrees with her, but you can see his heart is not in it.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Three: TJ Perkins versus Rich Swann
They lock up and Perkins with a waist lock and wrist lock. Swann with a reversal. Perkins with a snap mare but Swann holds on to the wrist lock. Perkins kips up and Swann holds on to the wrist lock and turns it into a hammer lock. Perkins rolls around but Swann holds on to the wrist lock. Perkins finally reverses and he takes Swann down with a head scissors. Swann gets a near fall but Perkins gets a near fall.
Perkins with a side head lock. Swann with a drop kick and Perkins rolls to the floor. Swann teases a dive to the floor but he sees Perkins move so he rebounds back into the ring and Swann mocks Perkins. Swann with a drop toe hold into an arm bar. Swann floats over in the corner and blocks a kick. He blocks another kick. Swann is sent over the top rope to the floor. Perkins goes to the floor for a second but he returns to the ring. Perkins with a snap mare and he gets a near fall. Perkins with an arm bar and he adds a chin lock. Perkins works on Swann’s fingers. Perkins with a back elbow.
Perkins with an Irish whip and Swann hits the turnbuckles sternum first. Swann pushes Perkins away and Perkins with a knee to the midsection followed by a slam and slingshot senton. Perkins gets a near fall. Perkins with a drop kick to the neck and he gets a near fall. Perkins with a Muta Lock. Swann crawls to the ropes and Perkins releases the hold. Swann with clotheslines and he runs Perkins into the corner. Swann with a jumping uppercut followed by a jumping rana and rolling thunder for a near fall. Swann with a twisting Michinoku Driver for a near fall.
Swann goes to the turnbuckles but Perkins stops him. Perkins with a cross body but Swann with a spinning back heel kick. Swann gets back to his feet first. Perkins goes Swann up but Swann escapes. Perkins with a lay out gutbuster for a near fall. Perkins goes for the knee bar but Swann escapes. Swann with a punch and back heel kick but Perkins with a jumping back heel kick. Both men with kicks to the head and both men go down.
Perkins with a European uppercut and he hits a second one. Perkins gets Swann up but Swann escapes and Swann with a cover but Perkins with a crucifix. Swann counters and gets the three count.
Winner: Rich Swann
After the match, Perkins and Swann shake hands and hug.
We go to credits.