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NXT results, live blog (Nov. 29, 2017): Kairi Sane vs. Peyton Royce

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Enjoy the show!

- Straight to the opening video package, which still features a lot of Ruby when there was only one ‘t’ in her last name

- Mauro Ranallo and Percy Watson welcome us to San Antonio’s Aztec Theater, and confirm the UK tag match for this episode

- Street Profits def. Tino Sabatelli and Riddick Moss via pinfall following the pop-up Spinebuster/Frog Splash combo to Sabatelli ; Angelo Dawkins uses his technical skills and Montez Ford his quickness to control the pre-commercial action, but when we return Ford is being worked over by the heels. He eventually dodges a charge and both men make tags. Dawkins cleans house and has Tino down after a forearm, but Moss breaks it up. In the confusion after Sabatelli kicks out of an O’Connor roll, Riddick tries to help his partner get a pin but gets caught. Ford takes out Moss at ringside. Tino complains and gets hit with Angelo’s half of the Profits’ finisher.

- The video from last week of Trent Seven and Tyler Bate confronting Pete Dunne after his win over Johnny Gargano is shown. Christy St. Cloud interviews Moustache Mountain, who recap their issues with the champ from Dunne bailing against Undisputed Era back in September. They say they’ll teach Pete and Mark Andrews a lesson because they’re a real team. Andrews is interviewed, and reveals he’ll get a title shot if he and the champ win here.

- Lars Sullivan gets a hype video

- Kairi Sane def. Peyton Royce via pinfall following the InSane Elbow; The Iconic Duo has on “I love ____” shirts with one another’s name on them. Even in the early going until a distraction from Billie Kay lets Peyton get a long two-count off the spinning heel kick. Royce remains in control after a commercial, but a counter into the turnbuckle and a spear gets the Mae Young winner back on top. Forearm, blockbuster and sliding elbow sets up Kairi to climb, but Peyton dodges and hits a running knee to the head, but Sane kicks out. After Royce’s tantrum, Kairi cleans house and takes Kay off the apron with a shoulder, then climbs and hits it this time.

- Flashback to Ruby Riott’s win over Sonya Deville last Wednesday, and we learn they’ll end their NXT careers with a no DQ match week

- Another recap of Andrade “Cien” Almas win at TakeOver: WarGames leads to some footage of Drew McIntyre being seen by doctors in Houston and the word that he was injured in the match. We’ll have a NXT Championship Celebration from Almas and Zelina Vega next week

- Trent Seven and Tyler Bate def. Pete Dunne and Mark Andrews via pinfall (Bate on Dunne following Tyler Driver ‘97); the champ and his partner are in the driver’s seat after several minutes of action, but bickering between them creates an opening for the Seven Star Lariat from Trent to bring Bate in hot. He sends Dunne out and battles Andrews, which sets up a cool spot where the high-flier Frankensteiners Tyler into a sit-out powerbomb by Dunne. Andrews saves the champ after some tandem offense from Moustace Mountain. More blind tags from the non-partners leads to the finish after Bate dodges a Shooting Star Press from Andrews. Tag from Dunne while Tyler has Andrews in the airplane spin and hits a big right hand, but when Bate rebounds off the ropes into a lariat, the finish follows

- Andrews tries to help his partner up after the match but is shrugged off. The champ then hits him from behind and leaves him laying after the Bitter End.

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