The November 6, 2020 Edition of 205 Live was a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE which took place on November 6, 2020 at Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Florida.


Ashante “Thee” Adonis has seemingly become a more well-rounded and focused competitor ever since he started receiving veteran wisdom from The Brian Kendrick, but he still can’t solve the puzzle that is Mansoor, who remained undefeated on 205 Live and posted his fourth singles victory against Adonis.

In an ironic twist, the usually sportsmanship-minded Mansoor, who teamed with Kendrick last week to pick up a win against Ever-Rise, was the one to refuse a pre-match handshake, as he swatted Adonis’ hand, shoved him and told him point blank: “I don’t like you. I don’t respect you. Let’s get this over with.”

A spirited bout followed, and while Adonis momentarily had Mansoor reeling with several vicious strikes, a picture-perfect dropkick and a high crossbody, Mansoor withstood the blitz and recovered to score the victory with What Goes Up Must Come Down.

After the bell, Mansoor initiated a handshake and appeared to apologize to Adonis for refusing the pre-match olive branch.

Challenged to a tag team match and without a tag team partner, Curt Stallion knew exactly where to turn for a bout against his newfound rivals, Tony Nese & Ariya Daivari. As Stallion described before the bout, he had a problem with the 205 Live O.G.’s, so he brought in the A.G.: Austin Grey.

Though Daivari wasn’t the legal man, that didn’t stop him from slugging Grey while he was standing on the apron. From there, Nese landed a springboard moonsault, and Daivari slammed Grey’s head against the announce table to leave the 205 Live newcomer in desperate need of a tag.

After coming agonizingly close to making the tag on several occasions, Grey finally suplexed Nese and slapped hands with Stallion, who wrecked Daivari with a German suplex, a nasty boot to the face, a basement dropkick and a wicked DDT.

Grey seemed to land the knockout blow with a unique maneuver to Daivari, but Nese interrupted the count. As all four men brawled in the squared circle as well as the ringside area, Daivari wrapped a gold chain around his fist and clobbered Grey in the face, allowing Nese to roll him up for the three-count.

Daivari and Nese continued trash-talking their foes from the entrance ramp as 205 Live concluded.


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