clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

NXT results, live blog (Nov. 28, 2018): Keith Lee vs. Lars Sullivan

Here's a place to check results and comment along with the latest airing of WWE NXT in its regular Wednesday night at 8PM Eastern time slot on WWE Network.

Check out our Wednesday morning preview post to get caught up on what's been happening, and what we expect this week.

We'll post match results here, and we will also have our regular reactions post later. In the meantime, and most importantly, this gives you Cagesiders a dedicated place to rave and/or bitch about whatever happens on WWE’s third brand - during its initial broadcast!

NOTE: Spoilers are out there for these pre-taped broadcasts (including here), but many Cagesiders don't partake. If you are going to post or discuss spoilers for this show before they happen, or results of future shows, please use the spoiler bar in your comment.

Enjoy the show!

- Vic Joseph and Nigel McGuinness welcome us to San Jose, and we’re starting with tag action

- Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch def. The Mighty via pinfall

Burch starts with Shane Thorne, who shoves the Brit and pays for it as the Brit-Am Brawlers keep him in their corner and target Thorne’s tapped shoulder. The Aussie grabs Oney by an ear to turn the tables and drag him to The Mighty’s corner. Things break down, allowing Lorcan & Burch to lock submission holds on each of their opponents, but after a ref break, The Mighty surround legal man Oney as they’re returning to the ring, hitting him from behind to take control. Thorne maintains control through a battle of chops, but Lorcan powers out of a rest hold to make the tag and bring Burch in hot. He cleans house, leading to the Brawlers setting up to deliver their tandem finisher to Shane. Nick Miller breaks that up, and The Mighty appear to have momentum on their side, but Lorcan flattens them with a dive to the outside. Back in, he and Burch set-up for a Doomsday Device, but Thorne escapes, sending the Brit-Am duo crashing into one another. Danny & Oney break up a finishing attempt by their rivals, and in the resulting pile-up, Lorcan pinned Thorne.

- After the bell, Thorne & Miller attack. Lorcan fights back, but ends up getting thrown into the ring post before the heels stand tall.

- Flashback to EC3’s win over Adam Cole and the attack led by Bobby Fish that put him out of action.

- A recap of the Women’s title match at TakeOver is shown, and that follows by an interview with Kairi Sane, Dakota Kai & Io Shirai. Sane says she accepts the referee’s decision even though her shoulder was up on the third fall, but she’s not done with Shayna. Kai says she doesn’t like seeing the Horsewomen using their numbers advantage, and she’ll always stand up to that. Finally, Shirai says Kairi is her best friend and she stands with her. They want all three - Shayna Baszler and I want to say Jessica and Mary? (Jessamyn Duke & Marina Shafir)

- EC3 def. Marcel Barthel via pinfall after the One Percenter

After Barthel’s disciplined entrance (he’s German, don’t you know), they lock up. When EC3 gets the better of that, Marcel refuses, shouting “Nein”. Nigel informs us that’s German for “no”. Carter mocks him a bit, but eventually pays for it. Barthel drop kicks Carter into the corner and gets a great nearfall off an Air Raid Crash. He then goes to a rest hold, which EC3 powers out of, sending his opponent face first into the turnbuckle. Elbow drop, finisher, that’s it.

- Mr. 3 gets a mic, and calls out Bobby Fish. He tried to end him, but he didn’t succeed. This doesn’t involve Undisputed ERA, he’s coming for Fish’s head, his knees and everything in between. Because he’s a little vindictive, he’s undisputedly in the top one percent of the industry, he’s E-C-3.

- Dominik Dijakovic (fka Donovan Dijak) gets a teaser vid

- “The media” tries to get a word from Candice LeRae as she enters the PC, asking about her new attitude and if it’s a result of what’s going on with her husband. The black-clad Mrs. Wrestling doesn’t answer.

- Mia Yim def. Vanessa Borne via pinfall after Seoul Food

Mia offers her hand at the start, which Borne accepts, but uses the moment to slap Yim in the face. Vanessa tries to run, but Mia quickly takes her down and survives a counter from Borner to stay in control... until Vanessa grabs the ring skirt while being dragged back in and uses the distraction for a cheap shot. She delivers a bronco buster to Mia’s back and locks her legs, then gets a nearfall off a twisting suplex. Yim transitions out of a rest hold into an armbar but Borne makes it to the ropes. Vanessa puts her opponent on the turnbuckle, but that backfires and she gets stuck in a tarantula. A kick, a couple of drop kicks, and Mia’s version of Eat De-Feet ends it.

- We learn that War Raiders were “banged up” at War Games, and we see a shot of Hanson in the trainer’s room at the PC.

- The champ cuts a self-shot promo from one of his dusty corners of wherever. He told us when he left he would come back the most dangerous man in NXT, and he did. When he returns next week, he wants the entire universe to do one thing... follow his lead.

- Lars Sullivan def. Keith Lee via pinfall following Freak Accident

Shoving match between the hosses, and Lee finger wags him when a shoulder block fails to take him down. Sullivan powers him into the corner, but the Limitless One powers out. He does get staggered and knocked down with another shoulder block while running the ropes. A crossbody in response flattens Lars, but Lee can only get a one count. Keith is kicked to the ground when he tries a springboard, and Sullivan lifts and hurls him down but can only get a one count of his own. Low clothesline and a follow-up diving headbutt gets a closer nearfall.

Lars mixes in some clubbing forearm strikes while working a rest hold, but Keith backs him into the corner and eventually gets out of the chin lock. After getting splashed in the corner once, Lee avoids another charge and is all over him with punches after pulling him off the ring post. The slingshot cross body connects this time for two. They trade blows, but neither man backs down and both seem to get angrier. Running the ropes, Keith POUNCES Sullivan to the floor and follows up with a corkscrew dive. He rolls Lars back in and covers, but Sullivan kicks out at two. After that, a missed moonsault by Lee allows the Loquacious Leviathan to hit his finisher and leave victorious.

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Cageside Seats Daily Roundup newsletter!

A daily roundup of all your pro wrestling news from Cageside Seats