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Advertised for tonight from the WWE Performance Center: The reign of Toxic Attraction continues as NXT Women’s champ Mandy Rose & NXT Women’s Tag titleholders Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne take on Io Shirai, Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter. Plus, the newly christened Jacket Time (Kushida & Ikemen Jiro) battle Diamond Mine’s Creed Brothers, 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!
WWE NXT RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR NOV. 9
The plan keeps coming up again, and the plan means nothing stays the same. But the plan won’t accomplish anything if it’s not implemented, like it’s always been. But this here pro wrestling show is getting liveblogged no matter what, folks.
The show opens with Toxic Attraction making their entrance.
Io Shirai, Kacy Catanzaro, & Kayden Carter vs. Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin, Jacy Jayne, & Mandy Rose)
Carter and Rose to start, collar and elbow, Mandy with a go-behind into a takedown! Kayden with a wristlock, leg pick, a quick taunt and Rose shoves her aside. Taking her into the corner, quick tag to Dolin, short-arm forearms, a tijeras sets her up in the ropes and Gigi tags Jayne in!
Running knee, neckbreaker, only a nearfall, Carter with big overhand chops but Jacy hits the running enzuigiri! Tag from Shirai, scoop and a slam, handspring knee drop, dragon screw, charging elbow and Carter tags back in! Catanzaro tags right after, running a tight sequence, slingshot senton and a cover... NOPE!
Ramming Kacy into the corner and Toxic Attraction try to get a heat segment rolling but Catanzaro is a step ahead with a tornillo that wipes Rose out on the floor! Step-up plancha from Kayden, Io fired up, off the ropes... MANDY CUTS HER OFF WITH A THRUST SPINEBUSTER AND WE GO TO BREAK!
Back from commercial, Rose has a bodyscissors in on Catanzaro, adding a rear chinlock, Kacy gets away and we get a tag from Shirai! She comes in hot, flapjack, corner knees, cover for two and Dolin makes a late save! Up top, the moonsault connects but Mandy’s partners make the save!
Gigi legal, Carter comes in and cleans house, stacking her and her partner up for corner forearms and a dropkick! Deep inverted facelock into the swinging reverse STO, Kayden goes up top, Jayne runs interference but gets taken out! Dolin with an Iconoclasm out of the corner, she hooks her...
Toxic Attraction win by pinfall with the Cobra Twist slam from Gigi Dolin on Kayden Carter.
Pete Dunne is interviewed backstage.
He says if Tony D’Angelo wants to make a name for himself, he knows where to find him, and he can come chat face-to-face with the baddest man in NXT.
Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams roll up to talk some trash on Dunne, Hayes telling him he can kiss his ass. Pete says he’ll break his fingers... tonight!
Back to the arena, Kay Lee ray makes her entrance and walks past Toxic Attraction in the process.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial we get another MSK vignette, showing them walking and finding out that their destination has moved, before cheerfully moving on.
Kay Lee Ray vs. Sarray
Ray right in there with kicks and stomps, big forearm, whip across, corner forearm! Sarray fires back, kicks and forearms, Kay firing right back and knocking her down with a big forearm but the Warrior of the Sun bridges out of it! Mat slam follows, a kick puts her under the ropes briefly and KLR draws her up in the corner.
Whip reversed, charging elbow, hard whip, Ray sidesteps the elbow and charges back in for a step-up DDT out of the corner... NOPE! Sarray with a schoolboy for two, grabbing a torture half-crab when KLR kicks out! Kay gets the ropes, boots follow, bridging fisherman suplex... NOT ENOUGH!
KLR ducks under the running dropkick and sends Sarray to the floor! Duck the lariat, KLR Bomb into the announce desk! Back inside, hooking her for the Gory Special again...
Kay Lee Ray wins by pinfall with the KLR Bomb.
Joe Gacy is interviewed backstage.
He says every single one of us goes through changes and hides our true feelings by hiding behind a mask, and his heart goes out to Boa. No one should have to hide, and he hopes to show that to Boa through their conflict tonight. He sees the shame Harland carries and he shouldn’t have to feel uncomfortable in his own skin, and he hopes he’ll reach out and touch his hand wherever he is.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial, we get some WrestleMania 38 hype.
We get a Bron Breakker package where he says he’s gonna come back to the states and kick Tommaso Ciampa’s ass.
Boa vs. Joe Gacy
A bit of striking, shoulder block, sunset flip, Boa with a dropkick into a stalemate! Gacy fires up, side slam, cover for a nearfall, straight suplex, standing neck crank, Boa breaks it by ramming him into the corner and then hitting a snapmare! Cravate knees, hard whips into knees, short-arm butterfly suplex connects!
Whip reversed, the lights go funky and flash red with Boa down in the corner, he wakes up and applies the spike...
Boa wins by referee stoppage with the asiatic spike.
Post-match, a smiling Joe Gacy looks into the camera with madness in his eyes.
Diamond Mine get a promo segment where they watch Jacket Time’s promo from last week and Malcolm Bivens gives the Creed Brothers a pep talk ahead of their match.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial, Solo Sikoa is interviewed.
Grayson Waller and LA Knight roll up and bicker.
Creed Brothers (Brutus & Julius Creed) vs. Jacket Time (Ikemen Jiro & KUSHIDA)
Jiro and a Creed to start, shot off, shoulder block, soon enough KUSHIDA is legal and being worked over, the Creeds get dumped to the floor and we go to break.
Back from commercial, KUSHIDA running hot and taking both guys out, big wind-up punch and a Penalty Kick, arm wringer, tag to Jiro, double hip toss into a double dropkick! Senton atomico, Brutus breaks the pin up!
Julius ducks a kick and tears Ikemen’s blazer off, palm strike, Roderick Strong low-bridges Jiro to interfer! Julius with a Doctor Bomb...
Creed Brothers win by pinfall with a Doctor Bomb from Julius Creed on Ikemen Jiro.
Post-match, Odyssey Jones runs down and attacks Roderick Strong, running Diamond Mine off!
Toxic Attraction are interviewed as they leave the arena, and they claim they’re going to hold the titles for a very long time. Mandy Rose calls Kay Lee Ray out and says her staredown wasn’t intimidating, and if she thinks she’s next in line, she should take a number.
Raquel Gonzalez interrupts, rolling up on her motorbike and telling them to keep her title warm for her.
She drives right into the arena and gets on the mic.
She says she came here tonight because she has one thing on her mind, Dakota Kai. She tells her to get her ass down here.
Enter Dakota Kai, laughing.
She says it felt so good to hit her with that shovel and watching her lie there, motion—
Cora Jade runs in and attacks Kai mid-promo, leading referees to swarm and pull them apart! Raquel rolls up and the babyfaces keep an uneasy peace.
We get a Chase University vignette where Andre talks about mental toughness and berates his students as per usual, this time focusing on Gabriel, who *appears* to be former Ring of Honor, Dragon Gate USA, & Evolve booker Gabe Sapolsky, although we never get a clear view of his face.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial we get a hype reel of media reactions to the WrestleMania 38 on-sale announcement.
A Grizzled Young Veterans vignette follows where they do some urban training, which consists of them scamming folks on the street for food and money to learn how to better distract a referee.
Cameron Grimes vs. Ru Feng
Grimes in control early, wiggling his bottom at Feng, laying in heavy chops, Ru fires back a kick combo and poses before whipping him hard into the corner! Cobra Twist applied, Duke Hudson comes down the aisle, Cameron with a hip toss to break it! Charging in with forearms, big corner boot, off the top with a diving crossbody!
Out of the corner...
Cameron Grimes wins by pinfall with Cave-In.
Post-match, Duke confronts Grimes in the ring.
He says last week he came into his poker room and played with his chips and his cards, not even paying attention, and somehow he won. He needs to know, was it dumb luck or what?
Cameron is confused and laughs. He says everybody saw him win and it was so much fun, but Hudson is upset at having lost a lot of money but never again will he lose to someone who looks like a filthy troll rotting under a bridge. Grimes asks why the name-calling but that’s okay, he’s been called a hick before.
It might be because a little hairy, a little smelly, and a little grimy, but he holds it down no matter where it’s happening, from the poker table to the Wall Street. He says he plays dumb sometimes, and last week he played Duke. Hudson tells him that he doesn’t understand what losing to someone like him does to someone like him.
So next week, in this ring, in front of all these people, Duke Hudson and Cameron Grimes will have a poker showdown.
And so we go to break.
Grayson Waller vs. LA Knight vs. Solo Sikoa
Sikoa immediately comes in with palm strikes on both guys, backing Knight into the corner with punches, Waller comes over to club him down and put boots to him, but Solo comes off the ropes and drops both guys with a lariat! Mounted punches, off the ropes with a falling headbutt, back and forth and LA low-bridges Grayson to the floor!
Sikoa palms him back into the ring, knee lifts, Waller returns the favor to Knight and hits a jawbreaker over the ropes! Temporary alliance formed, beating Solo down, a disagreement forms when they get him up in the turnbuckles and they bicker before getting on the same page, but it’s too late as Sikoa slips out and one-arm powerbombs both guys!
Elbows, a boot / Samoan drop combo, Solo fired up, Ode to Rikishi on Waller! Knight ducks his and hits a neckbreaker, but Grayson comes in with cravate knees on LA and a superkick on Solo! Rolling thunder Stunner connects but Sikoa belly-to-belly suplexes Waller out of the ring and goes up top...
Solo Sikoa wins by pinfall with the diving splash on LA Knight.
Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta are interviewed backstage.
They talk about how close they were to winning the tag titles when Tony D’Angelo rolls up.
He says he was hoping to run into Dexter Lumis but tells Indi that she’s gonna be back on the market after he wrestles her husband next week, and gives her a dead fish with Dexter’s name on it.
Legado del Fantasma are walking backstage and Elektra Lopez tells Xyon Quinn she hopes he’s watching, to send us to break.
Back from commercial we get a Tommaso Ciampa vignette about the UK tour to match the one Bron Breakker got earlier.
Elektra Lopez vs. Erica Yan
Yan in with arm drags, Lopez blocks, mat slam connects, choking her in the ropes, this is a squash...
Elektra Lopez wins by pinfall with the one-armed powerbomb.
Post-match, Lopez calls Xyon Quinn out.
He obliges and makes his entrance.
She says he turned a lot of heads last week, especially hers, and she offers him a spot in Legado del Fantasma.
He takes the mic and tells her she’s amazing, but he just can’t get down with Legado.
Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza take offense and Quinn destroys them with a double lariat before sending them both crashing to the floor! He turns around to face Elektra and grabs her hands when she tries to hit him, pulling her into an embrace.
He lets go and they circle briefly before he backs off, and she holds her teammates back.
We get a hype reel confirming NXT WarGames for December 5.
Pete Dunne makes his entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Kyle O’Reilly is interviewed.
He says the official made a mistake last week counting the pin with Von Wagner’s foot on the ropes but that’s okay because he makes mistakes all the time, and they’ve got their eyes set on the tag titles.
Speaking of, Imperium roll up.
Wagner comes out of nowhere and the tag champs say they won’t give them a match on their best day.
Carmelo Hayes vs. Pete Dunne
Dunne in with boots, Hayes fires right back with punches, Peter with a backhammer and stomps to the head before grabbing the far arm and manipulating the fingers! Wrenching the hold in, Carmelo gets away and springboard lariats him into position for a series of mounted punches!
Kick to the bicep, Dunne immediately returns the favor. Into the corner, back body drop into the apron, Pete with a shoulder armbreaker and the action spills to the floor! CRASH LANDING INTO THE APRON! Trick Williams is scared by Dexter Lumis joining the commentary desk to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Dunne goes to the Ode to Jim Breaks, wrenching it back! Off the ropes, knee trembler, Hayes sidesteps a second and nails Pete with a throat thrust! Big lariat, pressing the attack hard but he can’t put the Bruiserweight away! Dunne with a Liger Bomb... NO GOOD!
Enzuigiri, counter a springboard with a forearm but Hayes counters a suplex attempt into an Ace Crusher! Trading forearms, Carmelo with From Dusk ‘Til Donst! Wrenching it in, Dunne pries his hand loose and smashes it into the mat to counter! Kawada kicks, Hayes fires up but Dunne nails him with a German suplex and stomps both Trick’s hands and his!
Bitter End reversed, Dexter Lumis cutting Williams off, pumphandle...
Pete Dunne wins by pinfall with Bitter End.
Johnny Gargano reveals himself on the far side of the ring and gives Lumis the thumbs up.
That’s the show, folks.