• 205 Live show summary aired on January 1, 2021, on WWE Network
  • Mansoor maintains his undefeated at the purple mark after beating Jake Atlas

We begin with a new episode of 205 Live from the Capitol Wrestling Center with the usual introduction of Nigel McGuinness and Vic Joseph, who gives way to Mansoor. They show us images of the fighter’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia to visit his family.

– Mansoor defeated Jake Atlas in a singles match. With this victory, Mansoor continued his undefeated in WWE, although this time things got more complicated than expected with a fighter like Jake Atlas, who put him in trouble on more than one occasion. After more than 10 minutes of action, Mansoor knocks his opponent down from the corner with a Dragon Screw to apply a Figure Four in the form of a bead and take the victory by the count of three.

Once the fight is over, Mansoor offers his hand to Jake Atlas as a sign of respect, and the latter returns the gesture.

They remind us of a few days ago in NXT with the fight between Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado against Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza. They also remind us that Santos Escobar will defend the Cruiser Championship in New Year’s Evil against Gran Metalik.

Curt Stallion is backstage and says that everyone asks him who he wants to win at New Year’s Evil. He says he might say let the best man win, but he wants Escobar. Ever Rise interrupts. Matt Martel says that if Daivari and The Singhs have a problem with Cowboy Curt, then they have a problem with them. Chase reminds Matt that Curt is not a cowboy.

– Ever Rise (Chase Parker and Matt Martel) and Curt Stallion defeated The Bollywood Boyz (Samir Singh and Sunil Singh) and Ariya Daivari in a tag team match held at the show’s main event. These 6 fighters have been involved in different matches during the last weeks with different results. Ever Rise combined the changes well with Stallion. However, The Bollywood Boyz and Daivari had some communication problems. Finishing, Ever Rise to apply a guillotine on Samir and Stallion finishes him off with a header in the race for the victory of his team at the count of three.