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WWE NXT results, live blog (Oct. 5, 2021): LA Knight vs. Odyssey Jones

Here's a place to check results and comment along with the newest episode of WWE NXT, airing live on Tuesday night at 8PM Eastern time slot on USA Network.

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

Advertised for tonight from the bright, colorful WWE Performance Center: Mandy Rose’s quest for a Women’s title shot starts with a match against Ember Moon, LA Knight looks to avoid taking a loss to another of 2.0’s rising stars when he faces Odyssey Jones, Tag champs MSK team with Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen for an eight-man against Grizzled Young Veterans & Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams, Cora Jade steps into the ring, Tony D’Angelo debuts, and more!

Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the NXT live blog kicks off once the show starts on USA. It will be below this line here.

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Enjoy the show!


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The show opens with a video package hyping up the tag team division and the four-way title match tonight.

Ember Moon vs. Mandy Rose

Side headlock in the feeling out, shot off, shoulder block and Moon poses over Rose’s fallen body. Whip reversed, leapfrog, Mandy with a palm strike, Ember fires up with right hands and boots into the corner! Scoop into the Tree of Woe, kicks to the back, Rose escapes to the floor and Moon destroys her with a powerbomb into the apron!

Shoving Gigi Dolin back to send a message, Ember returns to the ring and gets cut off with a lariat. Drawing her up, gutwrench suplex for two, putting Moon into the turnbuckles and putting boots to her, snapmare into a bodyscissors! Ember fights out, laying strikes in, snapmare, up to the second, diving Codebreaker!

Knee to the face, Moon goes up top again, nobody home on the dive, Mandy nails her with the knee...

Mandy Rose wins by pinfall with a knee to the face.

Commentary congratulates Hit Row on being drafted to SmackDown.

We get a video package from Legado del Fantasma calling Hit Row out for SmackDown saving their asses.

Odyssey Jones makes his entrance to send us to break.

LA Knight vs. Odyssey Jones

Knight keeping his distance, ducking and firing his shots off, Jones fires up and chases after him, bieling him hard into the corner, Stinger Splash, another biel! A huge hip toss, LA manages to sidestep and trip Odyssey into the turnbuckles hard! Punching away, he tries and gets Jones up for a slam but his back gives out!

Lefts and rights from the big man, whip across, big lariat, one-armed gutbuster! Andre Chase gets up on the apron for the distraction, Knight hits a big neckbreaker, Chase shoves Jones’ leg back under the ropes...

LA Knight wins by pinfall with a neckbreaker.

Cameron Grimes is interviewed backstage.

He puts the In-Dex wedding over as beautiful and mentions Cora Jade and Trey Baxter making out in the locker room and admits he’s jealous, so he’s on the search for a lucky lady.

Pete Dunne and Ridge Holland roll up, and Dunne says Grimes will never find a lady. Cameron blows him off, Pete challenges him to a match, and Grimes rolls up on some nearby girls to hit on them.

Tommaso Ciampa makes his entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Von Wagner is chilling in the locker room when Kyle O’Reilly rolls up to ask why he’s got his back.

Wagner says he saw an opportunity and he took it, and he respects Kyle because he’s got heart. As far as trust— KOR interrupts and says he doesn’t trust anybody and he appreciates it but he wants to handle his own business.

Tommaso Ciampa is in the ring to cut a promo.

He hypes up Halloween Havoc and says actions speak louder than words and he wants to know who has the balls to come here and take his NXT Championship from him.

Enter Bron Breakker, in his street clothes.

He says he’s treated Ciampa with nothing but respect since he walked through the door, but he doesn’t give a damn how long he’s been here, he wants to be the NXT Champion. He heard him say he wants to fight somebody with some balls, well Bron has the biggest balls in the locker room, and he challenges Tom to a title match at Halloween Havoc!

Ciampa says the difference between them is that Breakker wants the title, but he NEEDS the title, and it’s his entire reason for being. The way he sees it, Bron has three weeks to go from intern to PhD, challenge accepted.

Commentary hypes up Halloween Havoc for Oct. 26.

Joe Gacy cuts a promo from a dark room.

He says he sat with his voice, the voice of a righteous and inclusive generation, and he knows NXT 2.0 won’t crash like Facebook did, and tonight the ring will be our safe space. Tonight we gather in unity to prove that conflict can be resolved peacefully and yes, there can be two winners.

And so we go to break.

Back from commercial, Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta are chatting about Indi’s honeymoon.

She says Dexter is “nine and a half” and they open the door to see Tian Sha being weird and hurriedly go in the other direction.

Ikemen Jiro vs. Joe Gacy

Handshake, collar and elbow, Jiro with a shove, and Gacy tells him he believes he can knock him down and he should try again. Joe goes for a lariat, blocked, Ikemen with a tijeras, another handshake turns into a whip, corner lariat from Gacy! Right hands, whip across into a back elbow, drawing Jiro up, he floats out of a slam, inverted DDT into a standing neck crank!

Blazer lariats, discus lariat, Ikemen fired up, he charges into a boot, enzuigiri, springboard headscissors takeover! Gacy with a handspring...

Joe Gacy wins by pinfall with a handspring lariat.

Post-match, Gacy pulls Jiro up and hugs him.

On his way out, Joe stares down a tough-lookin’ bald guy in the crowd.

We get a Cora Jade hype reel to send us to break.

Back from commercial, we get a Duke Hudson vignette where he talks about his pro poker career and how that relates to his pro wrestling career.

Cora Jade makes her entrance for a match but Franky Monet destroys her scheduled opponent, Virginia Ferry, and takes her place!

Cora Jade vs. Franky Monet

Monet overpowering her from the jump, corner knees, Trey Baxter comes to his girlfriend’s aide but his pep talk isn’t enough as Franky slams her face into the mat, rear chinlock with crossface strikes, standing surfboard stomp! Jade rolls away, sidesteps the charge, corner knee, but Monet spears her hard! Glam Slam reversed...

Cora Jade wins by pinfall with a victory roll pin.

MSK are interviewed backstage but Grizzled Young Vets roll up to complain about the match being a four-way.

MSK propose elimination rules to assuage their egos, Briggs & Jenson join the party, followed by Hayes and Williams, and we get a wild brawl that sends us to break!

Back from commercial, Tommaso Ciampa is interviewed backstage.

He puts Bron Breakker over and says the Halloween Havoc match is going to be special, when Joe Gacy rolls up.

He says Tom offered a title match to anyone with balls and that’s awful specific. He keeps going and Ciampa tells him if he beats him next week, he can have a spot in the title match at Halloween Havoc, and next week, the ring will not be a safe space, not for him.

Cameron Grimes vs. Pete Dunne

Circling, Grimes with a leg pick, Dunne cuts him off with a front chancery, reversed to a wristlock, Pete rolls through and reverses before falling back with a stepover armlock! Working the arm, Cameron kips up and snaps off a tijeras before pointing at the dollar sign on his hip and wiggling his butt. Armbar applied, shot off, drop down, leapfrog, drop down, Dunne with a lariat!

Bruiserweight reasserting control, stomping the arm in the ropes, takedown into a kneeling armbar, wrenching the free hand back, kicking him in the face. Grimes with right hands, arm wringer counters! Dropkick to the back of the head, putting a sequence together, big corner lariat, up top, diving crossbody... NOPE!

Everest German suplex blocked with an elbow, corner dropkick from Peter into a knee drop to the elbow, German suplex of his own, stomp the hands, buzzsaw roundhouse kick... NO GOOD! Right into the cross armbar, Cameron rolls into a pin to counter, cartwheel out, moonsault into a German suplex with the bridge... DUNNE KICKS OUT!

Kyle O’Reilly runs in, Dunne knocks him over the announce desk, Gallon Throw puts Grimes into the ropes, pumphandle...

Pete Dunne wins by pinfall with Bitter End.

Post-match, Kyle attacks again and Ridge Holland has to pull him off of Dunne and beat him down!

We get a Tony D’Angelo hype reel and are informed he’s up next, after the break.

Back from commercial, Hit Row cut a promo about the buzz around them getting drafted to SmackDown, and Isaiah “Swerve” Scott says he’s giving Santos Escobar the NXT North American Championship title match he wants.

We get footage from the break of Von Wagner helping Kyle O’Reilly to the back.

Malik Blade vs. Tony D’Angelo

D’Angelo using his size and strength, catching Blade out of a crossbody into a ribbreaker! Shoulder thrusts in the corner, Malik with a superkick, he gets knocked right down, the match continues in this same vein, Blade breaks out of a Cobra Twist, solebutt connects! Corner lariat, D’Angelo back into it, rolling northern lights...

Tony D’Angelo wins by pinfall with a fisherman neckbreaker.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams are interviewed backstage.

They say they came out on top of that earlier brawl and Hayes hasn’t had to cash in his contract for this title match.

Tian Sha make their entrance to send us to break.

Indi Hartwell vs. Mei Ying

Hartwell keeping her distance, closing for a leg pick, Ying shrugs her off, side headlock, shot off, shoulder block but again Mei is unbowed! Ying with a trapezius claw, Indi fights out of it but Mei jams a pair of fingers under her jaw! Struggling to the floor, Persia Pirotta gets in the way and Hartwell manages to put Ying into the post, back inside...

Indi Hartwell wins by pinfall with a diving splash.

Lash Legend is hanging out in a kitchen and hyping up the hot tea she’s gonna spill on her show next week when Tony D’Angelo rolls up to invite himself onto her show if she wants some real eyeballs.

Lash takes claim for the Facebook outage.

Raquel Gonzalez makes her entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial we get a hype reel / roll call video for the Diamond Mine.

Raquel Gonzalez is interviewed in the ring.

She says Toxic Attraction has been making headlines but she wonders if the hair dye is seeping into Mandy Rose’s brain, because she’s been dominating this division for nearly a year and the title isn’t a fashion accessory, it means you’re the best female in the best division in the business. If she thinks Sarray busted up her face with that dropkick, she should go ahead and touch the title again, because she’ll be posing for a full-body cast.

Enter Toxic Attraction.

Mandy cuts a promo and says Raquel is coming off really desperate, like she knows her title reign is coming to an end, and her idle threats simply fall at their feet. They’re taking over, and not even the unstoppable Raquel Gonzalez is going to slow them down. Raquel says she’s staring in awe at the six staples she put in her head when she bashed it in with the title belt.

Jacy Jayne adds jealously to go with desperation, and in case she’s been living under a rock, they’re all over Raw and SmackDown as the faces of NXT 2.0, and soon enough Toxic Attraction will be holding all the NXT women’s division gold, because they’re THE attraction. Rose asks if she wants to have some fun, they surround the ring, but Io Shirai and Zoey Stark make the save pre-emptively!

Toxic Attraction make discretion the better part of valor.

We see Kyle O’Reilly backstage with a giant ice pack on his neck when Von Wagner rolls up to say that he’s got them a tag match against Pete Dunne and Ridge Holland, and whether he likes it or not, he’s the only one that’s got his back right now.

Briggs & Jensen make their entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial I miss the beginning of it due to giving my wife her estradiol injection, but we get a women’s segment where Indi and Persia roll up to presumably challenge for the tag titles.

Commentary hypes up our signed matches for the near future.

Briggs & Jensen (Brooks Jensen & Josh Briggs) vs. Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams vs. Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson) vs. MSK (Nash Carter & Wes Lee) (c) (NXT Tag Team Championship Elimination Match)

Gibson and Lee to start, using his speed, tag to Carter, tag teaming him with kicks, Hayes tags in, big springboard forearm and a tag to Williams! Cycling through, Jensen legal, Trick destroys him with punches and a crossbody! Carmelo with a pump kick, off the ropes, Manhattan Drop from Brooks and a tag to Briggs! Stereo shoulder blocks, stereo big boots, Grizzled Young Vets come in and the match breaks down until just B&J are left in the ring. They tag Lee in, he dives, back inside, folding press...

MSK eliminates Hayes & Williams by pinfall with a folding press.

And so we go to break.

Back from commercial, Lee is throwing hands with Gibson. GYV staying on him, keeping the heat segment rolling, he tags Carter in and Nash is a house afire! Whip reversed, leg pick under, German suplex, corner knee, roll-through knee, shooting star press... ZACK PULLS DRAKE OUT OF THE RING! Carter with a moonsault to the floor, Gibson hangs onto his leg to delay his return to the ring.

Shot off, leapfrog, Ticket to Mayhem but Briggs & Jensen hit the ring and referee DA Brewer doesn’t make a count! Brooks with a rolling elbow, assisted chokeslam...

Briggs & Jensen eliminate Grizzled Young Vets by pinfall with an assisted chokeslam.

Jensen and Lee getting into it, big boot legsweep... NOPE! Tag to Brooks, double whip, double chokeslam, up for a powerbomb, Carter returns with a Cactus Clothesline, Wes reverses...

MSK win, last eliminating Briggs & Jensen by pinfall with a victory roll pin to retain the NXT Tag Team Championship.

Post-match, Briggs & Jensen pass the titles back to MSK and leave peacefully.

Imperium hit the ring and beat MSK down! Briggs & Jensen rush back to run Imperium off and help MSK to their feet.

That’s the show, folks.

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