Is Drew Gulak too aggressive for Mark Andrews?

April 3, 2018
Mark Andrews vs. Tony Nese: WWE 205 Live, March 27, 2018

With Mark Andrews and Tony Nese seeking retribution against Drew Gulak, WWE 205 Live GM Drake Maverick decides the Superstars should compete for the right to face Gulak.

Despite an impressive victory against Akira Tozawa in the first round of the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Tournament, Mark Andrews had his WrestleMania hopes derailed by an aggressive Drew Gulak in the quarterfinals of the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Tournament.

Applying a torturous Dragon Sleeper for the win, Gulak refused to release the hold, forcing the official to intervene. Although Gulak would lose to Mustafa Ali in the tournament semifinals, Mark Andrews and Tony Nese – who Gulak brutally defeated in the tournament’s first round – both wanted a rematch with him.

In the spirit of competition, WWE 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick had Nese and Andrews compete for the opportunity to face Gulak first. Following a fast-paced battle, Andrews emerged victorious and immediately asked Maverick to make the match.

Although Andrews is determined to defeat Gulak, the Philadelphia native is poised to inflict the maximum amount of pain upon his opponents. A hardened technical competitor, Gulak will use his in-ring ability to keep the high-fiving and stage-diving Andrews on the defensive and undoubtedly regretting a rematch.

Will Andrews suffer the same fate as before against Gulak, or will he prove he can handle even the most hostile competitors the Cruiserweight division can offer? Find out tonight on WWE 205 Live at 10:20/9:20 C on WWE Network!

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