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WWE 205 Live results, Jan. 16, 2018: Did The Zo Train run over Goldust in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match?

On the latest episode of WWE 205 Live, Goldust took on Ariya Daivari, Toyn Nese and Drew Gulak in a Handicap Match after The Bizarre One exchanged words with WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore. Plus, TJP and Gran Metalik threw down in a rematch.

Gran Metalik def. TJP

After a shocking loss to Gran Metalik in last week’s Cruiserweight Classic Final rematch on WWE 205 Live, TJP demanded a rematch with the luchador. As soon as the opening bell sounded, The Duke of Dab charged forward, wasting no time attacking his opponent and leveraging his speed to enjoy an early advantage. However, The King of the Ropes quickly struck back, showing off his own speed and agility and driving TJP from the ring before flattening him with a breathtaking moonsault to the outside.

Recovering from the masked Superstar’s offensive onslaught and taking his opponent down with a dropkick to the back, The Fil-Am Flash took a technical approach in an effort to keep Metalik grounded. The two Cruiserweights continued to battle back and forth with Metalik taking control by walking the ropes and executing precisely timed high-flying maneuvers.

The inaugural Cruiserweight Champion remained in the fight, countering a Metalik driver, but TJP soon found his own maneuver reversed into a pinfall, giving Metalik the victory. For the second week in a row, TJP was left flabbergasted by a loss to Gran Metalik, and his illustrious comeback was yet again derailed.

Gentleman Jack Gallagher has plans for Hideo Itami

Addressing Hideo Itami, Gentleman Jack Gallagher revealed that he has been tortured by the thought of his mentor and friend The Brian Kendrick being injured by Itami, and also, the fact that he grossly underestimated the Japanese Superstar. However, Gallagher revealed that he has plans to deal with his arch nemesis, and he will make Itami regret ever setting foot on WWE 205 Live.

Goldust def. Drew Gulak, Tony Nese & Ariya Daivari

With his Royal Rumble Match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship against Enzo Amore on the horizon, Cedric Alexander made his way to the ring alongside his mentor, Goldust. The Bizarre One expressed his admiration for Alexander and celebrated his golden opportunity to dethrone Enzo Amore. As the two Superstars exchanged pleasantries, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore – flanked by The Zo Train – exchanged harsh words with Goldust. The former Intercontinental Champion didn’t take kindly to Enzo’s claim that he’s a bigger star, and The Bizarre One challenged Muscles Marinara.

However, feeling that Goldust didn’t deserve a match with him, The Certified G instead challenged Goldust to take on Tony Nese, Ariya Daivari and Drew Gulak in a Handicap Match.

Accepting the challenge, The Bizarre One leveled his smaller opponents until the numbers game put him at a disadvantage. Although The Zo Train appeared to have control of the contest, their constant bickering – mixed with The Certified G’s non-stop yelling – led to miscommunications and opportunities for Goldust to regain momentum.

The cracks in the foundation of The Zo Train finally manifested on the outside when Nese attempted a high-flying maneuver, but Goldust moved, and The Premier Athlete instead took down Daivari. Upset with the performance of his compatriots, Enzo berated Daivari and Nese only to be taken down himself by Alexander.

Watching in disbelief from the ring, Gulak turned around to find a waiting Goldust, who executed the Final Cut for the victory.

4 COMMENTS

  1. 3 things one why does the WWE enjoy putting Goldust with African American wrestlers?(Booker T,R Truth,now Cedric) number 2 if I’m not mistaken Rich Swann was first set to take on Enzo before he became a scandal and suspended indefinitely from WWE so the WWE replaced one African American wrestler with another which while progressive in WWE i find weird for some reason so three why do they feel that bringing in Goldust to 205 Live will spark interest in the brand? I believe he’s capable of having good matches but i don’t think his appearance will spark fans tuning in this isn’t like when Neville came in or even Enzo Amore came in this is just putting someone with nothing to do somewhere they don’t belong and i like 205 live i binge watched it on Hulu and it isn’t bad i just don’t agree with putting Goldust in with the cruiserweights i feel they should develop their roster instead of adding more wrestlers to it focus on giving their roster character and instead of giving the brand more wrestlers give the wrestlers in the brand more space have them wrestle some main roster matches once in a while against main roster wrestlers instead of repeating matches against the same opponents just my opinion

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