Buddy Murphy Vs Cedric Alexander

Buddy Murphy Vs Cedric Alexander Review

Currently, the welterweight title is up for grabs. The winner of the bout between Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander will take the vacant title. This is a rematch between two of the best fighters in the world, with a lot of history behind them. Hopefully, the match will be a memorable one, with plenty of drama.

Match preview

During the pre-show for WrestleMania 35, Buddy Murphy was awarded a match against his former training partner, Tony Nese. This was a great moment to see. It also led to a great post-match scene.

In the middle of the match, Cedric Alexander had a nice sleight of hand. He used a sleeper hold to get Murphy to the floor. He drew out a huge knee, which would have been a great countout finish had Murphy not kicked out.

Cedric then used a sitdown powerbomb, but did not knock out Murphy. He also used a super Michinoku Driver from the top.

The 205 Live landscape is not a very well lit place, but it does have some very memorable moments. The match between Murphy and Alexander was no exception.

This was the first time both fighters have been in the same ring in almost four months, and it was a great chance to see both wrestlers at their best. Both competitors were very evenly matched. They were both equally committed to making their opponent look good.

The match also exhibited some of the best in-ring work that the Cruiserweight division has seen. There were many uppercuts and some impressive moves. The match also featured a few of the more obscure ones.


During the build up to WrestleMania 34, the WWE Cruiserweight division held a tournament to determine a challenger for the title. It was a fun tournament with memorable matches. But one match in particular stood out. The match between Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander was great. The match climaxed with the winner gaining the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

Buddy Murphy defeated Cedric Alexander to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. It was a great win for Murphy. Although, his title reign was short lived. He lost the first opportunity to win the title at the Greatest Royal Rumble. But he came back and won a WWE Super Show-Down match against Cedric Alexander.

Despite his loss, Alexander worked hard to make weight for the Cruiserweight Classic. He was drafted in the 3rd round by Monday Night RAW. He has since had an impressive year in WWE. He has had good matches with many wrestlers, including Buddy Murphy.

The first match between these two was in May on 205 Live. The two went at each other with a great combination of selling and offense. They traded multiple pin attempts, including Murphy’s Law. Cedric Alexander fought out of Murphy’s headlock. Murphy avoided the spinning back elbow, which allowed Alexander to hit a superkick to the chest.

Final verdict

Despite the fact that Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander had already wrestled four months earlier, the match was a great showcase of what 205 Live can offer. These two characters share a similar personality and style, and both of them are excellent in the ring.

While there were plenty of high impact signature moves in this match, they weren’t enough to win the match for either party. However, the pre-match journeys of both fighters made this match special.

During the intro to 205 Live, the crowd got a look at the journeys of Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander. While both of them are great fighters, there was a slight personality clash between the two.

Murphy and Cedric Alexander have a similar approach when it comes to offense. They brawl close to the ring, using their feet to set up a Muay Thai knee. Murphy even made the most of his time on the turnbuckles.

Cedric Alexander’s win was also a great performance. While he didn’t face much adversity leading up to his title win, he was still able to secure it. However, he also wasn’t able to win the title off of a single match.

There were also plenty of other important matches at TLC. There’s a chance that Cedric Alexander could lose his title to Buddy Murphy.

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