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WWE NXT results, live blog (Dec. 13, 2022): Deadline fallout

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: Coming out of last Saturday’s Deadline premium live event, New Day are Tag Team champions! And Bron Breakker & Mandy Rose have new #1 contenders after Grayson Waller & Roxanne Perez won their respective Iron Survivor Challenges. Plus, we’ll also get Toxic Attraction vs. Ivy Nile & Tatum Paxley in a match with Women’s Tag title implications Duke Hudson takes on Damon Kemp, Von Wagner & Odyssey Jones will hoss it up, Lyra Valkyria debuts, and more!

Come right back here at 8 pm 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!


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The show opens with a recap of NXT Deadline.

Roxanne Perez is in the ring with a microphone in hand.

She thanks the crowd and is immediately interrupted by our other Iron Survivor, Grayson Waller rolls up in My Baseball Cards’ Hummer.

He walks into the ring and cuts his own promo about how he made history at Deadline and he made it look easy. Perez has to literally scream at him to get him to shut up and tells him she did the same thing he did, just she did it from the number one spot.

Grayson cracks that she had to go first because she had to go home for bedtime, while he went out and partied with Johnny Bananas. But she’s right about one thing— it’s the biggest win of either of their careers, but the difference is she peaked at 21 because no way is she beating Mandy Rose.

Enter Bron Breakker.

He tells Grayson that he’s wrong and Roxanne Perez is the iron woman in NXT, going 25 minutes and outlasting the best the roster has to offer, and no one gives a damn what he thinks. Waller says Perez won despite not understanding the game— it’s not about how long, it’s about how many falls, and he got two in his first twenty seconds in the ring.

He’s gonna take the title from Bron and make a moment, but Breakker wants to make a moment right now and he hops the barricade and chases Waller out of the arena!

Mandy Rose blindsides Perez with the NXT Women’s Championship and leaves her laying!

In the trainer’s room, JD McDonagh is getting checked out when the Creeds roll up.

They insist they were good to go at Deadline and JD had to go and ruin it for Julius, doing that thing to his knee. Brutus says tonight he’s gonna hurt McDonagh, and JD rambles about brotherly love for a moment.

Roxanne Perez gets on the mic and hurls swears at Rose and demands that she put the title on the line tonight! Mandy agrees!

Backstage, we see Wes Lee brawling with Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo while Tony D’Angelo follows.

Their brawl reaches the ringside area, Lee stops himself from getting thrown into the steel steps and throws Stacks in and we have a match!

Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo vs. Wes Lee

Lee with a bulldog, Stacks fires back with a neckbreaker and punches into the ropes! Whip across, uppercut connects, cover for one. To the floor, Wes with a huge tope con giro and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Lorenzo in control with a rear chinlock, grinding Lee down. Boot up in the ropes but Stacks gets a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for two! Achilles Lock applied, Wes crawling for the bottom rope but Channing drags him back to the center and refuses to break his grip!

Upkicks for separation, another backbreaker, crossbody, but Lee won’t stay down! Getting up, punches and elbows, leg lariat, strike rush into a snapmare and a dropkick to the back! Gamengiri in the corner, German suplex, handspring...

Wes Lee wins by pinfall.

Enter Donovan Dijak.

He gets up on the apron and stares Lee down before taking his sunglasses off right as Tony D’Angelo attacks and hits a back suplex Rock Bottom!

Duke Hudson is seen shaking hands with Drew Gulak when Andre Chase rolls up to ask what that’s about.

He apologizes about last week and admits that Hudson was right and he was wrong, and Thea Hail wasn’t ready for Ivy Nile. Duke says he’s not transferring and he still has lots to learn and he’s gonna give Damon Kemp an Andre Chase University-sized ass-whooping!

Kayden Carter and Katana Chance make their entrance to join commentary and we go to break.

Ivy Nile & Tatum Paxley vs. Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne)

All four women brawling at the bell, Toxics dump the babyfaces to the floor and take them out with a dive and a kick before taunting the champions on commentary! Quick covers from Dolin on Nile, Ivy with elbows and forearms, whip reversed, short-arm lariat sets up an STO but the Diamond Mine woman won’t stay down!

Tag to Jayne, combination kicks, Ivy lays them both out and goes out after Jacy, decking her with a forearm! Roundhouse for Gigi, Jayne throws her over the announce desk and into the tag champs! Piefacing Paxley, throwing both of them in the ring, Carter and Chance pull the Toxics out of the ring...

Toxic Attraction win by disqualification.

Post-match, the brawl continues and referees run down to pull everybody apart!

Fallon Henley is on the phone with her dad, somber, while Brooks Jensen asks Josh Briggs if his shirt is too tight.

Henley says her dad is worried because the bar isn’t making enough money and the boys offer any help they can to turn things around before declaring that 2023 is gonna be their year.

We see Von Wagner and Odyssey Jones walking backstage separately and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams are talking about how hot Angela Bassett is, and I mean, they’re not wrong.

Hayes says he’s still the man but Trick brings up a social media post from Axiom that makes him look bad and Carmelo tells him to delete the picture because he’s gonna go delete Axiom.

Odyssey Jones vs. Von Wagner

Shoulder blocks, Wagner wants more, down in a three point stance, Jones joins him and they charge at each other! Odyssey with the chop block, punches into the ropes, Von looking for a sleeper, but Jones backs him into the corner until he breaks it! Big lariats, Stinger Splash, back elbow, catch a crossbody into a World’s Strongest Slam!

Malik Blade with a dropkick while the ref ain’t lookin’, Odyssey takes advantage...

Odyssey Jones wins by pinfall with a big splash.

Big Body Javi is interviewed backstage.

He says he’s gonna prove that he’s a one-of-a-kind talent to all his Big Body Bandits. Don’t like that? How about Big Body Ballers? Nope? Big Body Bulldogs? He can’t keep his Big Body Believers waiting, baby!

And so we go to break.

Ikemen Jiro vs. “Big Body” Javier Bernal

Bernal backs him into the corner, Jiro dodges away, Javi with a mat slam but he kips right up! Ikemen with a wristlock, shot off, shoulder block! Bernal with a bulldog and a cover, only two, mounted punches, Big Body takes him to the floor and fakes out throwing him over the barricade and into the crowd!

Jiro with a front flip leg drop, back inside, elbows with the blazer, avalanche Frankensteiner...

Ikemen Jiro wins by pinfall with a dropkick.

Post-match, SCRYPTS attacks Jiro and takes his blazer and puts it on before hitting the front flip senton!

New Day are shown walking to send us to break.

Back from commercial, we get a Wendy Choo video package where she explains the method to her madness and relates a sad story of a slumber party gone wrong.

We see Roxanne Perez getting ready for her match tonight.

New Day make their entrance as your new NXT Tag Team Champions.

They talk up their win and their triple crown and Kofi Kingston’s record for most individual reigns at 15. Xavier Woods talks about being here ten years ago when NXT started and points out he had the first NXT match ever, against Big E, funny enough.

He was the first person to graduate from the Performance Center and go up to Raw, but it never sat right that he didn’t get the chance to win a title in NXT... and here he is!

They celebrate briefly but are interrupted by Pretty Deadly.

They complain that New Day ruined their Christmas, but New Day point out that Santa is here and they’d never ruin Christmas for him. Woods taunts them about England getting kicked out of the World Cup and eventually somehow we get on Pretty Deadly pledging allegiance.

Briggs and Jensen come running down with an American flag for convenience. They congratulate New Day and say if they’re giving title shots out for pledging allegiance, they’re gunning for it! They recite the pledge while Pretty Deadly cover their ears and cringe.

New Day say they’ll go talk about getting a title match set up for next week and tell Pretty Deadly how easy life can be if they just do as they’re told.

JD McDonagh makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, we get some chatter in the makeup room that was filmed earlier.

Elektra Lopez says Indi Hartwell can’t win the matches that matter and if she had been in Iron Survivor— INDI BLINDSIDES HER AND WE’VE GOT A BRAWL!

Brutus Creed vs. JD McDonagh

Circling, collar and elbow, McDonagh up in the turnbuckles, headlock takeover! Shot off, elbow, off the ropes for another elbow, chops and open palms, big dropkick but Creed stays on his feet! Big double axehandle, on all fours, charging in for big lefts and rights in the corner!

Double leg into more colossal hamhocks, Brutus gets passed to the floor and JD dropkicks him into the announce desk! Targeting the hand, smashing it into the apron, breaking the count, back inside, elbow to the forearm! Whip across, dropkick reversed into a catapult and McDonagh crashes to the floor!

JD with a cheap shot to Julius on the floor, low bridge sends Brutus over the ropes, Penalty Kick off the apron! Back inside, the short-arm Saito...

JD McDonagh wins by pinfall with the short-arm Saito Suplex.

Zoey Stark is interviewed backstage.

She calls Nikkita Lyons a clout chaser who can’t hang with her and a waste of roster space. She didn’t want to wrestle Nikkita, she was saving her from herself, and now she’s changed her mind. Let her bring her TikTok dances into the ring, she’ll be ring the real talent.

We get one last Lyra Valkyria hype reel and go to break.

Back from commercial we get an Isla Dawn vignette where she talks about the plants she used to poison the referee at Deadline.

Amari Miller vs. Lyra Valkyria

Collar and elbow, Valkyria with a hip toss, cover for two. Back to the lockup, wristlock, Miller reverses to a headlock, shot off, drop down, leapfrog, slide under, enzuigiri staggers Amari and sends her to the floor! Big dropkick in the ropes, following out after, putting Miller back inside, whip blocked.

Amari with a back elbow and smashing Lyra’s face into the turnbuckles, backed off by the referee, whip reversed, kick combo, northern lights suplex into the bridge, only two! Sidestep a charge, Miller sidesteps, big senton, Valkyria blocks a kick, reverse roundhouse kick connects!

Lyra up top...

Lyra Valkyria wins by pinfall with a frog splash.

Axiom is interviewed backstage.

He says you can tell he’s nervous and admits that’s a joke and that he’s not afraid. He asks McKenzie to look into his eyes and see that he fears absolutely nothing. After he beats Melo, he’ll have a huge smile on his face.

Chase U make their entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Kiana James confronts Brooks Jensen.

She sees him schlepping like a lost dog and he admits he’s worried about Fallon Henley’s financial problems. James brings him an early Christmas gift, a nice dress shirt that actually fits. If he’s gonna become a champion, he should look like one.

Kiana says she’s sure Fallon will figure it out and in the meantime, he should focus on what he can control, which is winning those tag titles.

We zoom in on the three women’s tag temas from earlier having a brawl as referees and road agents (including Robbie Brookside) break them up!

Damon Kemp vs. Duke Hudson

Kemp hot out the gates, running neckbreaker into mounted punches, choking Hudson and scraping his forearm across his face! Pressing the attack, reverse chinlock, Drew Gulak is out here and Andre Chase gets in his face and tells him Duke is all Chase U!

Damon with forearms, Hudson powers up, big side slam! Flip, Flop, & Fly! Tuning up the band, big boot connects...

Duke Hudson wins by pinfall with a big boot.

We see our main event competitors walking backstage and we go to break.

Back from commercial, commentary hypes up next week’s show.

Mandy Rose (c) vs. Roxanne Perez (NXT Women’s Championship)

Perez starting off strong, handspring over the fallen champ and a curtsey for good measure! Rose with a leg pick, Roxanne kicks her away but Mandy comes in with a dropkick! Hip tosses, la casadora into an Oklahoma roll, sidestep puts the champion into the post, Perez dives on her and follows with a rolling solebutt, Pop Rox denied and Roxanne goes into the steel steps to send us to break!

Back from commercial, back and forth, Perez with a shotgun dropkick that sends Mandy into the corner! Charging uppercut gets a big boot, avalanche Frankensteiner can’t keep Rose down! Tilt-a-whirl slam from the champion, LeBell Lock follows! Perez reverses to a pin only to eat the running knee... BUT SHE KICKS OUT!

Underhooks, looking for Angel’s Wings, reversed into a small package... STILL NO! Rolling solebutt sets her up...

Roxanne Perez wins the NXT Women’s Championship by pinfall with Pop Rox.

Roxanne celebrates on the stage.

That’s the show, folks.

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