The Spokane Theatre in Washingston and the Minnreg Hall in Largo, Florida.
- No Way Jose def. Elias Samson
- Mojo Rawley def. Murphy
- Bayley def. Nia Jax
- Shinsuke Nakamura & Finn Bálor def. The Revival
- William Regal welcomed the crowd back from intermission
- Asuka def. Alexa Bliss to retain the NXT Women's championship
- American Alpha def. Tucker Knight & Tino Sabatelli to retain the Tag titles
- Samoa Joe def. Austin Aries to retain his NXT championship
- TMDK def. Authors of Pain
- Adrienne Reese def. Peyton Royce
- Alexander Wolfe def. Josh Woods; post-match promo from Fulton & Wolfe where they blame the NXT Universe for turning into Road Warriors/Ascension-looking dudes
- Angelo Dawkins def. Sawyer Fulton
- Chris Gerard def. Patrick Clark
- Carmella & Daria Berenato def. Lana & Mandy Rose
- Tye Dillinger def. Manny Andrade
What caught our eye?
Reportedly a lot of empty seats in Spokane:
The following contest is scheduled for one fall #nxt #wwe #spokane pic.twitter.com/YSbmKmKsfr— Mikey Davis (@DudePizzaIsRad) May 14, 2016
Which is too bad, since they missed
And a rematch of Ring of Honor Final Battle 2004. Or, if you prefer, Slammiversary '12. Or...
Kind of a light night in Largo, although the Twitter folk in attendance seemed to enjoy the card. The women's singles match, Gerard/Clark and, for the second night in a row, the main event all got high marks.
Lana getting work on these shows makes a lot of sense. Her in-ring performance was described as botch-free but very green, but she got the crowd going with a promo on having "escaped" Florida.
They wrap up in the Northwest with a trip to Portland, and the homies go to Jacksonville.
Thanks to Mary Ann Mason (aka Gravenbabies) for our header image