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WWE NXT results, live blog (June 21, 2022): North American title match

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.

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SPOILERS for this pre-taped episode are out there, including here. If you’d like to discuss them, please either do so in the SPOILER post, or use the SPOILER tag.

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!


You say I’m such a smart mouth, I never learned to shut up. Never figured out how to be modest but if I was it wouldn’t be much fun, so instead I’m gonna liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with a memorial graphic for Tim White.

We get footage of the D’Angelo Family making their entrance.

Grayson Waller makes his entrance and gets on the mic, complaining that Solo Sikoa is getting too much press. He’s tired of censoring himself, so he’s gonna say what he really thinks about Solo— Sikoa blasts him and they brawl in the aisle!

Grayson Waller vs. Solo Sikoa

Solo in control, lariats and headbutts, grounding Waller, bowling him over with a shoulder block, dropdown, leapfrog, big lariat and Grayson is still on the outs! Trading strikes, Sikoa still maintaining the edge until Waller takes him off his feet! Dumping Solo to the floor, slide to the floor, under the lariat, Sikoa decks him with a back elbow and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Sikoa with right hands, Waller drops him with a reverse roundhouse, big nearfall, paintbrushing Solo’s face, drawing him up into a cravate. Sikoa with body blows, Grayson drops him with a knee! Up top, Waller walks the ropes and Solo drops him to the floor with a right hand!

Back inside, sidestep the charge, rolling thunder...

Grayson Waller wins by pinfall with the rolling thunder Ace Crusher.

Backstage, the D’Angelo family is interviewed.

Tony talks up his future North American Championship victory, and says the Legados have a chance to prove themselves, because if he’s not champion when he walks out of here, there’s gonna be hell to pay.

Katana Chance and Kayden Carter make their entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, we get a Jordan Devlin vignette about the winds of change blowing over Dublin, except now his name is JD McDonagh.

Katana Chance & Kayden Carter vs. Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon

Feroz and Leon in control early, working Carter over, Chance gets a tag and they work her over too, steady state back-and-forth tag team action as the more established team get into a groove...

Katana Chance & Kayden Carter win by pinfall with a 450 splash from Katana.

We see Wes Lee walking backstage to send us to break.

Back from commercial Wes Lee makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He talks about how he’s been through ups and downs and he’s been consumed with proving himself, proving that Wes Lee can stand on his own two feet and do what he needs to do.

Enter Trick Williams.

He gets on the mic and tells Wes that maybe his boy is gone because he let him down, and Lee says he has no idea how he was there for that man, and they stare each other down.

Tiffany Stratton cuts a promo on Wendy Choo, calling her tragic and questioning if she’s ever been in a gym.

Diamond Mine make their entrance to send us to break.

Diamond Mine (Damon Kemp & Roderick Strong) vs. Legado del Fantasma (Cruz del Toro & Joaquin Wilde)

Strong and Wilde to start, Roddy tags out to Kemp, a little bit of mat grappling, chucking Joaquin around, tag to Roddy, tag to Toro, turning up the speed. Quick tags, Wilde out on his feet after a backbreaker and a lariat! Body slam, Joaquin rolls away from an elbow, Cruz with a crossbody on Strong, tijeras into the corner!

Roddy with a back suplex, Wilde breaks it up, tosses Kemp to the floor, plancha takes him out! Distraction from Tony’s goons, Roddy in there...

Diamond Mine win by pinfall with a jumping knee from Roderick Strong on Joaquin Wilde.

Giovanni Vince is interviewed backstage.

He says he knows the entire locker room is watching and saw him walk through the door.

Ikemen Jiro rolls up to challenge him.

Toxic Attraction are shown walking backstage to send us to break.

Back from commercial we get another vignette of Apollo Crews journaling.

Commentary hypes up Great American Bash in two week.

Toxic Attraction make their entrance and get on the mic.

Mandy Rose runs Roxanne Perez down, and Gigi Dolin promises her a toxic reality check, and Jacy Jayne tells her to ask Cora Jade about folding under pressure. Mandy calls Perez ugly—

Enter Cora Jade and Roxanne Perez.

Rose reminds her that a couple wins aren’t enough for a challenge and she runs this place. Roxanne tells her that yes, she does feel on top of the world but she earned every bit of it, winning the tag titles with her best friend would be that much sweeter.

Enter Kayden Carter and Katana Chance.

They bicker with Jade and Perez and a brawl breaks out with the Toxics cheering it on!

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams are interviewed backstage.

Hayes asks Trick how he feels tonight, and he says he feels like money and Carmelo should take care of business tonight. Hayes says business is getting handled, but the only next is the “next to take an L to the A Champion.”

Cameron Grimes makes his entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Indi Hartwell is interviewed.

Kiana James interrupts to ask why valuable interview time is being wasted on a loser like Indi, but Hartwell says nobody cares and challenges her to a match next week.

Cameron Grimes vs. Edris Enofe

Grimes with a waistlock takedown, Enofe reverses to a wristlock, Cameron with a top wristlock, quick covers, neither man with a definitive advantage. Edris with a whip, blocked, up and over, big boot, Grimes throws a Frankensteiner and follows to the apron with a Penalty Kick!

Enofe back inside, Cameron goes up top, big diving crossbody... NOPE! Running boot, chest kicks, trading forearms in the middle of the ring, Edris lands a knee off the ropes and both men are down and out! Grimes to the floor, Enofe blasts him with a tope con giro, back inside, off the top, nobody home on the 450 splash!

Cameron with a Bossman Slam, charging in...

Cameron Grimes wins by pinfall with Cave-In.

Post-match, Grimes helps Enofe up and gives him some words of wisdom before shaking his and Malik Blade’s hands.

We see footage from earlier today of Thea Hail showing up at her dorm room at Chase U and meeting a confused Bodhi Hayward, who she’s going to room with. She bowls him over with her high energy approach.

We see Robert Stone, Sofia Cromwell, and Von Wagner backstage getting ready, and the same with Brooks Jensen and his pals, and we go to break.

Back from commercial we get another Nikkita Lyons comeback hype reel.

Brooks Jensen vs. Von Wagner

Jensen lighting him up with punches, Wagner turns him around and shoves him into the corner, big lariats and elbows, Brooks closes with jabs, leg lariat takes the big man off his feet! Slide under, big right hand, arm wringer from Von cuts him off! Boot, stepping on Jensen’s injured hand, wrapping it around the turnbuckle and punching it over and over!

Smashing it into the apron, cover for two! Wishboning the fingers, standing armbar, snapping it down and then wrenching the arm over the rope! Brooks gets a lariat in the corner and a falling lariat in the ring, laying elbows in, spinning backfists, diving DDT... WAGNER KICKS OUT!

Fireman’s carry...

Von Wagner wins by pinfall with the Attitude Adjustment.

Backstage, Bron Breakker rolls up on Cameron Grimes, who confronts him.

Alba Fyre makes her entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Joe Gacy chats with the Dyad and talks about their path to this point and how he stopped them from packing up and going home and showed them the light inside of them, and they are reborn and ready to take on the world and no longer look at themselves the same.

Without intention, gold is flavorless.

Alba Fyre vs. Lash Legend

Fyre with a missile dropkick early, Legend with a big vertical suplex, back and forth, spinning side slam from Lash for two! Fyre with a superkick, looking for the KLR Bomb and she gets it and then goes up top but Legend rolls out of the way! Lash cracks her with a baseball bat...

Alba Fyre wins by disqualification.

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

Carmelo Hayes (c) vs. Tony D’Angelo (NXT North American Championship)

I’m sorry folks, I’ve been fighting a migraine all night and it’s just really walloping me now, so this main event is gonna be a little bit sparse.

Lots of jawing early on, Hayes fires up and lays into D’Angelo but a single body blow puts him in his place! Action to the floor, Tony throws Carmelo into the steel steps and we go to break.

Because of my migraine, my beautiful and lovely wife Josie sits down in case she needs to cover me while I’m drawing my bath for after the show—

Back from break and wifebeater is still kicking the shit out of Pants Purpleman. Wow are these powder blue pants a lot.

Grounded Cobra Twist applied, Hayes laying chops in, D’Angelo gets a suplex for two! Double leg, roll-through, back body drop connects! Santos Escobar “accidentally” slips Carmelo Hayes the knucks...

Carmelo Hayes wins by pinfall with a loaded punch to retain the NXT North American Championship.

Tony and his boys are mad.

That’s the show, folks.

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