Noam Dar Vs. Cedric Alexander

205 Live – Coverage And Results (July 11, 2017) Noam Dar Vs. Cedric Alexander In I Quit Match

WWE presents: 205 Live – AT & T Center – San Antonio, Texas – Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The rivalry between Noam Dar and Cedric Alexander dates from the start of 205 Live, apparently today we will see his epic conclusion in a fight where you win if your opponent says: I give up.

In addition, what ‘s next for Akira Tozawa and Neville?

All this and more, this broadcast, welcome family SUPER STRUGGLES.

205 Live (Coverage and Results June 20, 2017) (About 9:00 PM Mexico City Time and Colombia):

We clash with Titus O’Neil on the phone to Akira Tozawa, Ariya Daivari arrives and hangs up the call: tonight they will face each other.

1.- Ariya Daivari Vs. Akira Tozawa

The styles of both collide in a physical duel; Daivari remembers those fighters of old with their dry blows and contralonas, while Tozawa has the intensity of the Middle East.

For a moment Daivari dominates, until Tozawa reaches him and overtakes him, when it seems that the fight will end in favor of the Japanese: Neville bursts and makes his with Tozawa.

The contest ends in disqualification.

2.- Rich Swann Vs. Mario Connors

Before this typical exhibition begins between a recurrent and a local wrestler, TJP enters and watches the fight closely.

Interestingly the stranger has a small moment of prominence: connects a spectacular Carousel with DDT .

Rich Swann connects his combo: scissors to the neck with a seat , then a rotary kick and not enough.

But it is not until a Phoenix Splash arrives that ends the contest.

But the story does not end there: TJP is disappointed in that exhibition, and believes that he could provide a more entertaining and fast fight; So he challenges the premises, which he accepts.

3.- TJP vs. Mario Connors

With the public supporting Connors and a packet attempt that could have cost TJP victory, only a few seconds left and a Detonation Kick for TJP to take the fight.

But the story does not end there: TJP is disappointed in that exhibition, and believes that he could provide a more entertaining and fast fight; So he challenges the premises, which he accepts.

4.- TJP vs. Mario Connors

With the public supporting Connors and a packet attempt that could have cost TJP victory, only a few seconds left and a Detonation Kick for TJP to take the fight.

Gallagher does not make us wait and makes an appearance, he responds that he is there for the people of the WWE universe who does not fear being peculiar or out of the ordinary, and that if Kendrick has a problem with that: they can fix it to blows .

Starts an intense confrontation between the two, which starts with blows and ends with Gallagher on the canvas being whipped with umbrellas.

5.- I Quit Match: Noam Dar vs. Cedric Alexander

205 Live’s oldest rivalry will come to an end; Remember that in the début of 205 Live began this story between Alexander and his partner sentimental, to this day become an amorphous triangle something atypical.

Due to the injury of Alexander who had a few months out of the program of cruises, this rivalry was too long.

It is noteworthy that although the story on the screen was already burnt to the present day, the assistants responded well.

Both give us a very physical encounter, where they take to walk their usual arsenal and another punishment reinforced.

There is a lot of action on the outskirts of the string, the public asks for tables but a chair closes the contest.

In the closing stages, Alexander imprisons Dar’s hand and grinds it to the ground, when he sees that Dar refuses to surrender (and by the way slaps him) he stomps harder, until he squeals in pain: “I give up!”

When Fox goes to help him, Dar says that he not only surrenders with Cedric … but also with her.

Which generates the euphoria of the public and a unanimous “YES! AND IT IS!”

In short, Dar used Fox to have notoriety, but she is more trouble than anything else.

For that and more he leaves and leaves.

That’s all Super family! , 205 Live July 12, 2017

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