Bodhi Hayward def. Guru Raaj

Andre Chase kicked off the latest edition of 205 Live by dishing out his latest “teachable moment” while flanked by his top student, who was identified as Bohdi Hayward.

Chase revealed that Hayward was offered the very first Andre Chase University full scholarship for recently showing incredible bravery during separate dustups with Harland and Von Wagner, and he proclaimed that the time is now for Chase U. to fight back.

With that, Hayward competed in his first match, going head-on with Guru Raaj. Hayward heeded his professor’s instructions to “make Chase U. proud” by chucking his foe with a ring-shaking hip toss, dropping him with a pair of “three-point stance” chop blocks, and rolling up Raaj for the three-count.

With a smile from ear-to-ear, a gleeful Hayward celebrated his debut victory with his professor.

Ivy Nile def. Valentina Feroz via Submission

While Diamond Mine has run roughshod through NXT 2.0 and 205 Live since its formation last summer, perhaps no member has turned as many heads as the undefeated Ivy Nile.

Valentina Feroz, who has picked up several wins across the singles and tag team ranks, kept her ferocious opponent at bay in the early goings, twice taking Nile to the canvas with an impressive arm drag and a side headlock takeover.

“Diamond Mine’s Pitbull” nevertheless took control with a headscissors takedown – even breaking out some mid-match pushups while maintaining her grip on the hold – and soon ensnared Feroz in a reverse dragon sleeper to secure the tapout win.

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