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Evolve 99 live results: Lee vs. Dickinson, Sabre vs. WALTER, Yehi vs. Thatcher, and more!

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Evolve returns tonight at 7PM Eastern with Evolve 99 in Brooklyn, New York, courtesy of the fine folks at the World Wrestling Network. If you need a primer on what's going down tonight, feel free to check out my preview here, as well as my recap of last night’s show here, but be sure to come back to this thread to chat about it with the finest pro wrestling community on the internet while you watch, whether it's through the website, Roku channel, or whatever other device you may be tuning in on. And remember, Club WWN has launched, and your first month is free until the end of the month, so really there’s no reason not to subscribe and get half-off if you’re buying the show tonight.

And even if you’re not buying in, you can check out the preliminary matches via WWN’s Facebook page for free—

EVOLVE 99 – Jan. 14th – Brooklyn, NY

EVOLVE 99 – Jan. 14th – Brooklyn, NY

Posted by WWNLive on Sunday, January 14, 2018

Here's a run-down of the card for tonight, and we'll update with basic results here, too:

As our first match begins, commentary announces that Munenori Sawa will make his return in New Orleans!

Brody King vs. Darby Allin goes to a ten-minute time limit draw.

Jarek 1:20 over Snoop Strikes by pinfall with the Canadian backbreaker rack dropped into a DDT.

Kyle the Beast over Wheeler YUTA by pinfall with a quebrada.

Austin Theory vs. Jason Kincaid goes to a no contest when Kincaid misses a double stomp on the apron and comes up lame in one knee.

Timothy Thatcher over Fred Yehi by submission with the Fujiwara armbar.

The End (Odinson & Parrow) over Catch Point (Dominic Garrini & “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams) by pinfall with Overkill on Williams. (Tornado Tag Team Match)

Matt Riddle over Jaka by submission with the Bromission.

WALTER over Zack Sabre, Jr. by pinfall with the two-stage Tiger Driver.

Keith Lee (c) over Chris Dickinson by pinfall with Ground Zero to retain the WWN Championship.

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