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WWE NXT results, live blog (Nov. 30, 2021): WarGames go home

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 WWE Performance Center: The entry advantage for Sunday’s WarGames will be decided in two ladder matches — Dakota Kai vs. Kay Lee Ray, and fan-determined representatives from the Old School & New School men’s teams! Plus, Joe Gacy gets ready for his Cruiserweight title shot with an All-Inclusive Invitational, Kyle O’Reilly & Von Wagner battle Legado Del Fantasma for a chance to win the Tag Team championship from Imperium, and more!

Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the NXT live blog kicks off once the show starts on USA. A running record of everything that happens will be below this line here.

Enjoy the show!


The sun never sets, the blood never dries, the selfless sacrifice of the butchers maligned. The sun never sets, the blood never dries, lest we forget, I have to liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with a wild brawl between the women in WarGames match this Sunday!

Dakota Kai vs. Kay Lee Ray (WarGames Advantage Ladder Match)

On the floor, Ray traps Kai against the apron with a ladder and follows it up with a Gory Special attempt! Dakota slips out, big right hand, swinging DDT into the steel steps! Ladder set up in the ring, Kai whips her into it, jockeying for position in the corner, both women down and out and we go to break.

Back from commercial, I’m slightly distracted by my beautiful girlfriend Anya and her feminine wiles but anyway, climbing the ladder, jockeying for position, KLR spikes her into the mat but Dakota has the wherewithal to try and pull her off the ladder!

Kay climbs...

Kay Lee Ray wins by retrieving the briefcase to get her team the advantage in WarGames on Sunday.

We get an Andre Chase promo and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Grizzled Young Vets are about to rob Briggs & Jensens locker when Ikemen Jiro rolls up to be loud.

They shush him, KUSHIDA shows up, and they do a comedy routine long enough for Briggs & Jensen to rumble them.

Andre Chase vs. Cameron Grimes

Back and forth, Grimes passes Chase to the apron, back inside for a swinging neckbreaker, whip to the corner, smashing Cameron’s face into the turnbuckles! Putting boots to him, Grimes comes back, snapping off a Frankensteiner, off the ropes with forearms, corner dropkick, up and over!

Catching Chase on the rebound...

Cameron Grimes wins by pinfall with Cave-In.

Post-match, Duke Hudson appears in the crowd to present some photoshopped hairstyling options for Grimes before showing him bald and promising he’s gonna shave him bald on Sunday and give him a real reason to cry.

Cameron goes and grabs Chase and throws him back in the ring, going underneath for a pair of clippers, but one of the Chase U students saves his mentor from a close haircut! So Grimes simply tells Duke that he’s the one who’s going to do the shaving.

The new blood men’s WarGames team is walking backstage to send us to break.

Back from commercial, we get a vignette for Edris Enofe.

The heel WarGames team are in the ring.

Carmelo Hayes gets on the mic to talk about how they’re a dream team and to call out Johnny Gargano as not being long for NXT because his replacement is here. Grayson Waller runs Tommaso Ciampa down for his hot-dog-and-a-handshake mentality and Bron Breakker joins the chorus against the champ.

Tony D’Angelo takes his turn and says the other team are four potholes that need to be filled, and on Sunday at WarGames, they’re gonna have to bring their best.

Johnny Gargano comes out with a mic in hand.

He says if it weren’t for guys like him they wouldn’t have a ring to stand in, and says he’s out here all by himself, and wants Bron Breakker to prove that he’s not a booty nephew by wrestling him in a ladder match tonight. Bron accepts the challenge and promises to kick Johnny’s ass.

Legado del Fantasma are interviewed backstage and they claim that they’ll be draped in gold after WarGames.

Back from commercial we get another MSK vignette on their journey to meet with their shaman.

They arrive at his door and psyche themselves up, opening the door to be bathed in purple light, but we cut away before we can find out who the shaman is.

Kyle O’Reilly & Von Wagner vs. Legado del Fantasma (Joaquin Wilde & Raul Mendoza) (NXT Tag Team Championship #1 Contender’s Match)

Wagner and Mendoza to start, Raul bringing the lucha speed to counter Von’s strength and size advantage! Wagner cuts him off with a forearm, O’Reilly tags in and they go to work. Legado turns things around and keeps Kyle cut off, but it doesn’t develop into a full heat segment as he tags Wagner out and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Xyon Quinn circles Elektra Lopez and ends up brawling with Santos Escobar on the floor! O’Reilly being worked over in the corner, heat segment rolling but he gets the tag! Wagner in hot, short-arm lariat and a leg lariat, whip across, powerslam, Mendoza fires up with a springboard dropkick but has a hard time capitalizing!

Tags made, Wilde and KOR going at it, Wagner tries to come in and gets denied at first but makes the tag! Double-team Alarm Clock...

Kyle O’Reilly & Von Wagner win by pinfall with Total Elimination on Joaquin Wilde to become #1 contenders to the NXT Tag Team Championship.

Imperium are interviewed backstage, and they say it doesn’t matter because nobody can beat them.

O’Reilly and Von Wagner roll up to talk about how they’re one win away from the titles.

Joe Gacy makes his entrance and he’ll be in action after the break.

Back from commercial, Joe Gacy gets on the mic.

He talks about how the current cruiserweight champion has fostered a divisive environment, and he will no longer allow weight or gender bias to stand in the way of progression, so he’s invited several wrestlers to give him their best in front of the world as he prepares to wrestle Roderick Strong.

Joe Gacy vs. ???

Gacy into it with our first opponent, in red and blue gear with “Tha Kid” written across the front, and he easily dominates the guy with a boot and a corner Rock Bottom...

Joe Gacy wins by pinfall with a Doctor Bomb.

Joe Gacy vs. ???

Intergender action, but before they can lock up the Diamond Mine interrupt.

Malcolm Bivens calls Gacy out and Joe tells him there’s no need for aggression and he wants to speak to Roderick Strong directly. Diamond Mine hit the ring and attack but Gacy and Harland slip away.

The match went to a no contest, presumably.

Solo Sikoa is interviewed backstage.

He says tonight his opponent is going to face a challenge like he’s never seen, and Boa rolls up yelling at him in Chinese and Solo walks off to send us to break.

Edris Enofe vs. Solo Sikoa

Arm wringer, Robert Stone comes down to observe, Sikoa with a Tour of the Islands type powerslam, no dice! Enofe comes back with a flurry of offense but Solo cuts him down with a roundhouse kick! Punches follow, spinning backfist, off the ropes with a senton... NOPE!

Edris lays him out and goes up top, nobody home on the 450 splash, Sikoa pops him up for a Samoan drop! Solo off the top...

Solo Sikoa wins by pinfall with a diving splash.

Post-match, Boa attacks Sikoa but is run off. Solo helps Enofe to his feet and a moment of respect is shared between them.

Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta are woking out when Indi’s phone rings.

It’s the Dexter Lumis’ doctor, who informs Hartwell that her husband has disappeared. Indi is worried about him but Persia reminds her they have a match and shuttles her off to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Xyon Quinn is walking outside and talking to himself, saying it’s only just begun.

Elektra Lopez is there and doesn’t want to fight, wishing him luck and saying he’s going to need it.

Indi Hartwell & Persia Pirotta vs. Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon

Hartwell is distraught and Pirotta tries to get her head into the game as she starts the match. She gets hammered by her opponent, DDT the knee, ankle lock, tag to Feroz, continuing to work the leg, half-crab applied! Indi gets away, tag make, Persia lights them up with lariats!

Lawn Dart, fireman’s carry, spin-out fireman’s carry...

Indi Hartwell & Persia Pirotta win by pinfall with a spin-out fireman’s carry X-Factor from Pirotta.

Commentary hypes up the card for NXT WarGames.

Johnny Gargano makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, we get a vignette for Draco Anthony.

Bron Breakker vs. Johnny Gargano (WarGames Advantage Ladder Match)

Circling, collar and elbow, Breakker shoves Gargano aside and flexes! Bron with a delayed vertical suplex, backing Johnny into the corner, action to the floor and Gargano lays him out with a plancha! Breakker gets a ladder out and slides it into the ring before dropping Johnny with a powerslam!

Gargano knocks the ladder over on him, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, both men climb the ladder, Gargano ends up on the mat and pushes it over to knock Breakker to the floor! Bron back inside, belly-to-belly suplex, he sets Johnny up on the ladder, elbow drop... NOBODY HOME AND BREAKKER CRASHES INTO THE LADDER!

Jockeying for position in the corner, Breakker flips Johnny the bird and gets laid out with a superkick for his trouble! Gargano up top, Bron meets him with punches and drops him with an avalanche Frankensteiner! Rolling elbows as Johnny recovers, reverse a press into a DDT and the way is clear!

Both men up the ladder, reaching for the briefcase, Breakker gets knocked down but pulls Johnny off with a powerslam! Climbing...

Bron Breakker wins, climbing the ladder to retrieve the briefcase and get his team the advantage in WarGames.

The two WarGames teams brawl in the aftermath.

That’s the show, folks.

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