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live on Tuesday night at 8PM Eastern time slot on USA Network.
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Advertised for tonight from the WWE Performance Center: Indi Hartwell, Cora Jade & Women’s Breakout Tournament winner Roxanne Perez team up to take on the ladies with all the gold, Toxic Attraction’s Mandy Rose, Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne. Plus, The Creeds put the men’s Tag belts on the line against Edris Enofé & Malik Blade, Xyon Quinn tries to prove Wes Lee’s victory over him was a fluke, Giovanni Vinci debuts, and more!
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Enjoy the show!
WWE NXT RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR JUNE 14
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The show opens with commentary welcoming us to the show.
Creed Brothers (Brutus & Julius Creed) (c) vs. Edris Enofe & Malik Blade (NXT Tag Team Championship)
Blade and Brutus to start, Malik looking for a quick nearfall, Creed ends up pouncing him hard into the corner! Shoulder thrusts, we end up with tags both ways and Enofe grabs a Koji Clutch on Julius but he maneuvers him back over, quick tags to get the tag champs rolling.
Grinding Edris down, he gets a bridging northern lights suplex for a deep two and tags out to Blade! Axehandle takes him right down, Julius legal, driving knees, Malik gets away and makes a tag! Double whip, Creed rolls through but Enofe nails him with a dropkick on the button!
Tag back to Malik, back body drop puts Endris on the floor, one for Blade in the ring and we go to break.
Back from commercial, challengers taking Brutus off-balance with double-teams and they get a nearfall out of it! Running hot, eventually Brutus gets a huge tossing back suplex and the tag! Big body slam for Enofe, belly-to-belly for Blade, overhook suplex for Edris! Blind tag before a German suplex, Blade off the top, clips him with a crossbody, big forearm and a dropkick on the button!
Clear the apron, another dropkick, lariat in the ropes, diving crossbody caught, tag from Brutus! Cartwheel spinebuster, Brutus slides in...
Creed Brothers win by pinfall with the sliding lariat from Brutus Creed on Malik Blade, retaining the NXT Tag Team Championship.
Indi Hartwell is backstage with Cora Jade and Roxanne Perez, warning them as the wily veteran of the group that they have to look out.
They tell her she’s overcompensating and she’s neither third wheel nor odd woman out, and they all despise Toxic Attraction and they’re going to take them down.
Tiffany Stratton makes her entrance to send us to break.
Back from commercial, we get an Apollo Crews vignette wherein he reflects on his career to date and how he gets to fill in a blank spot in his career.
A fellow patron at the diner he’s writing in gets loud at a waitress and he imagines going over and smashing dude’s face in, but it’s just a fantasy. He gets up in real life and then it’s implied that he goes over and smashes his face in anyway.
Fallon Henley vs. Tiffany Stratton
Stratton slapping her in the corner, Henley fires back a chop of her own, double leg into falling forearms, running scorpion kick, sliding to the floor but Tiffany trips her up in the ring skirt! Throwing her across the ring, slingshot kneeling senton atomico, only two!
Off the ropes, short stomp, only a nearfall, dragging Fallon into position but an upkick staggers Stratton. Under her with a fireman’s carry, fallaway slam and a kip-up, Wendy Choo comes bouncing in on a hippity hop and blows confetti in her face! Henley is ready...
Fallon Henley wins by pinfall with an inside cradle.
Cameron Grimes is walking backstage when he runs into Bron Breakker, who sympathizes, but Grimes tells him he’s not looking for sympathy.
Duke Hudson rolls up and says he just wants to remind Bron that he has a victory over him in the record books. Breakker asks how long he’s gonna hang his hat on a disqualification, and Bron challenges him to a rematch tonight, title on the line.
Wes Lee makes his entrance to send us to break.
Back from commercial, we get a video package where Lash Legend talks up all her credentials.
Wes Lee vs. Xyon Quinn
Lee right in with a schoolboy for two, strike rush, Quinn catches a kick and hosses him up but Wes slips out and nails him with an upkick. Gutwrench into a Canadian backbreaker rack, dropping Lee over the top rope and slingshotting him free but he lands on his feet! Off the ropes, crawl under, Xyon braces and Wes bounces off of him!
Choking Lee with a boot, stepping on his chest, bieling him across the ring! A kick connects, Wes off the top...
Wes Lee wins by pinfall with a tornillo.
Joe Gacy cuts a promo with his hooded men and bids them show us what they can do, after the break.
Back from commercial we get a Nathan Frazer vignette where he talks about his childhood diving at the seashore and playing soccer.
Dante Chen & Javier Bernal vs. the Dyad (Dyad I & Dyad II)
Bernal to start, the hooded man unmoving before exploding at him with a knee, Javier turns him around, tag to Chen, Stinger splash, drop toehold, sliding elbow, cover for two. Dyad man puts boots to him, tag to Dyad II, lighting Dante up in the corner, drawing him up, kneeing him down!
Big forearms, Dyad in control...
The Dyad win by pinfall with an elevated DDT on Javier Bernal.
Post-match, Joe Gacy gets in the ring with the Dyad and says they’ve taken steps to the next point in their progression, and we shouldn’t judge them for wanting a sense of belonging.
This cesspool of a society, our negativity made these two men feel inferior when they both deserve to feel superior and in his heart they are not alone.
Sanga is hanging out backstage with some women when Xyon Quinn walks past.
Sanga calls out to him and Quinn tells him to show how tough he is, and Sanga says he’s found his next victim.
We’re promised Tony D’Angelo promoting Stacks and Two Dimes, after the break.
Back from commercial we get a vignette for Nikkita Lyons, talking about how her partial MCL tear only makes her more hungry to get back at it, and she’s been training like an animal for a comeback.
Tony D’Angelo and his goons make their entrance with Legado del Fantasma clearing the way as usual.
Tony pulls Two Dimes in close and recounts when they first met, when Two Dimes whacked a guy right in his face. He met Stacks when they were six years old and gave his dad a tip for the Kentucky Derby, and ever since he called them down here, they’ve given everything to the family, sacrificing and stepping up big.
He congratulates them and promotes them from associates to soldiers of the family, and because business has been booming, he’s got some gifts for them, watches and money. He addresses Santos and berates Wilde and Del Toro for stepping up with him. He talks about the code of Omerta, and asks them if they understand.
Joaquin and Cruz shake his hand with ease but Santos takes his glasses off and stares at him a beat before shaking his hand. Tony says he now has the strongest family in all of NXT and it’s time the Don takes a title around his waist.
Enter Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams.
They trade warnings back and forth, D’Angelo says interrupting was a bad idea and now he and his title are his business, and he’s going to wrestle him for it next week, done deal. Two Dimes suggests softening them up tonight, and Tony says that sounds great and asks Hayes.
Carmelo and Trick take the challenge and say they’re gonna win.
We see Bron Breakker and Duke Hudson walking backstage to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Mandy Rose cuts a promo ahead of tonight’s match, promising Roxanne Perez she’ll be begging for her contract back after tonight’s match. Gigi and Jacy heap on the disdain as well.
Bron Breakker (c) vs. Duke Hudson (NXT Championship)
Hudson blindsides Breakker before the bell and beats him down in the corner!
We get a bell, Bron right in with a tossing German suplex, shoulder block, shoulder block, duck a lariat, high-angle spinebuster! Spear takes Duke down and Breakker is fired up! Military press...
Bron Breakker wins by pinfall with the military press powerslam to retain the NXT Championship.
Post-match, Cameron Grimes makes his entrance and gets on the mic.
He calls Bron out and says he just wanted to finish their conversation from earlier. He took this place by storm and they haven’t really had a chance to talk yet and where he is in the business right now he doesn’t care, he’s just gonna tell Bron what’s on his mind.
All these people know that if he didn’t have that last name he wouldn’t have the title, and everyone knows his dad was great, but nobody knows who Cameron’s dad was. That’s fine, but that’s the problem. Bron’s dad even got to sit right in the front row and see him win the title, but his dad had to look down to see his son’s first title win.
Cameron says Breakker doesn’t have his heart and he’ll put his heart up against anyone else. He’s tired of the catchphrases, he just wants a match for the title at the Great American Bash. Bron shakes his hand and tells him he’s got it!
Tatum Paxley is backstage when Ivy Nile rolls up and tells her she’s been watching her and she should keep it up. Roderick Strong rolls up and asks why she’s talking to her, she’s done nothing but bury her for months. No excuses, no matter the circumstances, and then when the Creeds roll up he berates them for shaking hands after the match.
Creeds say they have great news and Roderick was right, but since Brutus is a visual learner they got Roddy and Damon Kemp a match next week. Strong tries to use his knee as an excuse but Ivy reminds him that no excuses is the way so Roddy acts like it was his idea all along and storms off.
We get another Giovanni Vinci package to send us to break.
Back from commercial we get a hype reel from the past week of NXT house shows.
Robert Stone, Sofia Cromwell, and Von Wagner are interviewed backstage.
Stone runs Brooks Jensen down and says there’s no way he could beat Wagner. Sofia says next week it’ll be one-on-one and Von will show his dominance.
Giovanni Vinci vs. Guru Raaj
Vinci with an arm drag into a keylock, clubbing blows, off the ropes, big forearm takes Raaj out! Lariat follows, hoisting him up...
Giovanni Vinci wins by pinfall with a sitout Last Ride.
Solo Sikoa is interviewed backstage.
He says it feels good to call his shots and he’s not done yet, and he wants the North American Championship.
Grayson Waller rolls up and says if he had a dollar for every time he heard that he could buy him a plane ticket back to Samoa. He accuses Sikoa of being carried by Apollo Crews last week and Solo challenges him to a match next week.
Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams make their entrance to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Edris Enofe and Malik Blade are recouping from their loss when Cameron Grimes rolls up.
He points out they lost the title match and questions whether they’ll get another match. He knows they’ve been busting their asses, and for what? There won’t just be more opportunities, and they think it’s okay to leave before the main event?
That’s the problem with them, they have all the athleticism and they look great but they’re not hungry. He doesn’t want them to waste their talent, and says he won’t waste his.
Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams vs. the Family (Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo & Troy “Two Dimes” Donovan)
Donovan and Williams to start, Two Dimes taking easy control with a wristlock, legscissors roll-up gets Trick a two count but Troy tags out to Stacks. Tag to Carmelo as well, Tony D’Angelo runs interference and Hayes gets caught out and worked over at some length.
Trick gets the hot tag and lights ‘em up! Big flapjack, tag back to Hayes, off the top...
Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams win pinfall with the guillotine leg drop from Carmelo.
Post-match, D’Angelo yells at everybody.
Our main event teams are shown walking backstage to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Tony D’Angelo berates Legado in a locker room for failing to protect Stacks and Two Dimes. He tells them to do better next time, which is to say next week when he beats Carmelo Hayes for the North American Championship.
Cora Jade, Indi Hartwell, & Roxanne Perez vs. Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin, Jacy Jayne, & Mandy Rose)
Rose and Jade to start, collar and elbow into the ropes, clean break, Jayne tags in and gets a nearfall off a neckbreaker. Jawbreaker comeback, forearm, tag to Mandy, arm drag into the corner and Cora tries to establish control and gets a tag to Hartwell.
Arm wringer gets a top wristlock, Indi trying to grind her down, Rose bails to the floor and regroups with her teammates. Back in, six-on-six brawl and the babyfaces boot the Toxics to the floor with ease to send us to break!
Back from commercial, Toxics have Perez isolated and working her over, Roxanne with arm drags for a comeback, tags made and Hartwell trips Rose up before laying a strike rush in and covering her for two! Tag to Jade, springboard stomp gets two, knee in the ropes, tag Toxics running interference but Cora is a whirlwind of forearms!
Off the ropes, Mandy catches her with a spinebuster for a deep two! Tag to Dolin, quick tags, keeping Jade off-balance, Gigi with a double knee bow-and-arrow, Perez tags in and lights her up, the match breaks down, Indi running hot but she gets pulled to the floor and dropped!
Roxanne with a basement superkick, tag to Jade, diving senton, tag...
Cora Jade, Indi Hartwell, & Roxanne Perez win by pinfall with a lateral press from Perez on Gigi Dolin.
Toxics lick their wounds while the babyfaces celebrate.
That’s the show, folks.