WWE 205 Live Event Attendance Notes (Photos)


– A correspondent at the first-ever non-televised WWE 205 Live show, which took place last night at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, Massachusetts, estimates 800 fans in the building for the opening bell but adds that it looked like they had around 1,000 – 1,100 fans at intermission. Another correspondent estimated 800-900 fans. The building has a capacity of 2,800 seats but that number is likely reduced just a bit for wrestling shows.

There were just 6 matches on the card – Hideo Itami over Jack Gallagher, Gran Metalik & Kalisto over TJP & Drew Gulak, Matt Hardy over Bray Wyatt before intermission, Akira Tozawa over Ariya Daivari, Mustafa Ali over Tony Nese and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore over Cedric Alexander, thanks to an assist from special referee Nia Jax, who hit Alexander with a Samoan Drop. JoJo was the ring announcer.

You can see a few crowd shots below:

Stoked for this match. MAH GIRL!!! @niajaxwwe #205lowell #wwelowell

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Loving the view for #205live tonight! So pumped! #wwelowell #205lowell

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