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WWE NXT results, live blog (Sept. 6, 2022): Worlds Collide 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: The aftermath of Sunday’s historic, title unifying Worlds Collide! Plus, Nathan Frazier & Axiom kick off their best two-out-of-three series in a match a lot of us thought was happening on the premium live event, Meiko Satomura accepts Roxanne Perez’s challenger, Wes Lee deals with the creepy JD McDonagh, 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!


Reflex in the sky, warn you you’re gonna die. Storm coming, you’d better hide from the atomic tide, but me? I’m just here to liveblog this pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with a recap of Worlds Collide.

Tyler Bate makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He thanks everyone for their support and thanks Bron Breakker, who proved to the world on Sunday that he’s Breakker not just by name but by nature, and as much as he’d have loved to walk away having unified the titles, he’s grateful to have shared a magical moment with all of us.

That being said, his name will always be in the history books as the first and the last NXT UK Champion, and he hopes he represented NXT to the very best of his abilities.

Enter Gallus.

They say this ends tonight and Tyler should be apologizing to everybody back home for letting the UK down. What ever happened to the Big Strong Boy? Bate points out they didn’t win their match either and Joe Coffey laughs it off before telling him to remember who he’s speaking to.

There’s three of them and one of Tyler, and Gallus attack!

Bron Breakker makes the save and the babyfaces run the heels off. Bron says on Sunday worlds collided but tonight worlds unify, and he’ll stand with Tyler and kick Gallus’ ass!

Pretty Deadly are backstage talking about cute boys and celebrating having the tag titles, and claiming to be the greatest team of all time. Lash Legend rolls up and they chatter for a minute.

Toxic Attraction make their entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial we get an interview with Meiko Satomura where she admits she’s disappointed at her loss and a match between her and Roxanne Perez gets set up for later tonight.

Doudrop & Nikki ASH vs. Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne)

Doudrop and Dolin to start, Gigi on the back foot and soon the quick tags start. Cycling through, main roster vets remaining in charge, ASH up top and Jayne manages to cut her off and knock her to the floor! Cannonball off the apron, Toxics in control and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Toxics working Nikki over in the corner, eventually she rolls out of the way of a senton from Jayne and clears a path for herself! Tags made, Dolin in hot with a kick but Doudrop first back with a chop, a headbutt, a legsweep, slamming Jacy into Gigi when she runs in and then throwing a senton on both of them... NOPE!

Cannonball in the corner, Doudrop up to the second for the Vader Bomb... JACY JAYNE BREAKS IT UP! Gigi with a diving crossbody, reversed into a Michinoku Driver, freight train crossbody follows it up...

Doudrop & Nikki ASH win by pinfall with a crossbody from Doudrop on Gigi Dolin.

An Apollo Crews vignette follows where he journals about how the true measure of a man is how he handles defeat and we see that one of his eyes is all gross and bloodshot now.

JD McDonagh vs. Wes Lee

McDonagh with a side headlock, takeover, grinding Lee down, he escapes and handsprings into the safety of the ropes! JD with a mat slam, choking Wes in the ropes, off the ropes, roll under, dropkick sends McDonagh crashing to the floor and we go to break.

Back from commercial, JD in control, handful of Lee’s hair, Wes powers up and throws hands, a knee lift backs McDonagh up and body blows in the ropes follow! Big tossing German suplex, JD sidesteps, Wes slips out of a powerbomb, jumping knee gets a headbutt and both men are down and out!

Wrist-clutch kick, McDonagh gets him...

JD McDonagh wins by pinfall with the Saito suplex.

Tony D’Angelo and Channing Lorenzo are hanging out when Pretty Deadly roll up.

Tony congratulates them on their win and offers them an espresso before asking how much their win cost. They’re confused and Tony is impressed they did it on the up-and-up.

Roxanne Perez makes her entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, commentary hypes up next week’s one-year celebration for NXT 2.0.

Meiko Satomura vs. Roxanne Perez

Mat grappling to start, Satomura in control, shot off, shoulder block, cross armbar applied but Perez posts into a pin to counter! Rolling under, big headscissors, folding press for two! Arm wringer, reversed, Roxanne turns it into a victory roll and transitions into a European Clutch but Meiko reverses to a sleeper!

Gedo Clutch, Perez gets out and into an STF! Satomura to the floor, Roxanne dives on her! Back inside, fired up while Cora Jade watches and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Perez struggles against a surfboard but Satomura wrestles her back to the mat! Trading uppercuts, Roxanne running hot, dropkick into the corner, uppercut, Meiko cuts her off with a kick! Fireman’s carry, Perez slips out and hits a side Russian legsweep for two!

Spinning wheel kick, Satomura goes up top, Roxanne cuts her off, jockeying for position... AVALANCHE FRANKENSTEINER FOR TWO! Meiko lands a pair of kicks, stepping up on her knee...

Meiko Satomura wins by pinfall with Scorpio Rising.

Post-match, Meiko and Roxanne have a moment of mutual respect and Cora Jade rushes the ring and wails on Perez with a kendo stick! Satomura returns and makes the save!

We see Bron Breakker and Tyler Bate chatting backstage and Bron gives Tyler a pep talk.

We get a Damon Kemp video package where he explains he decided to take Diamond Mine down from within because he didn’t get the respect he felt he deserved, and he takes credit for beating Roderick Strong down in the parking lot.

Ricochet makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial we see Kiana James and Arianna Grace joining forces.

Ricochet vs. Trick Williams

Action to the floor very quickly, Ricochet with chops and punches, back inside and Williams turns the tide with stomps! Cover for two, corner body avalanche, suplex lift, Ricky floats over and fires off a series of right hands! Whip across, duck under, Trick hits a Swiss Death... ONLY ONE!

Hanging Ricochet over the ropes, back outisde, smashing Ricky’s face into the announce desk while Carmelo Hayes cheers him on. Back in, Ricochet gets two off a small package, hung up in the ropes, Williams busts out a McGillicutter of all things for another nearfall!

Ricochet running hot, shoulder thrusts, kick from the apron, springboard lariat! With Trick laid out...

Ricochet wins by pinfall.

Back to the D’Angelo family, Cameron Grimes walks past and Tony flags him down.

Grimes says he doesn’t need anybody and D’Angelo says the last two guys who said no aren’t here anymore. Cameron says he’s not like those guys, and Stacks suggests that’s because people respect them. Grimes throws espresso at Lorenzo and we’re brawling!

The D’Angelos leave him laying in the wreckage of the table.

Nathan Frazer makes his entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial we get a vignette of surfers and are promised Sol Ruca, coming soon.

The Creed Brothers and Ivy Nile are interviewed and Brutus Creed says next week it’s on sight with Damon Kemp. Julius says it’s fuel on the fire, and they’ll correct Sunday’s result and then fix Kemp.

Pretty Deadly roll up to talk about how they’re gonna let the fans pick the stipulation for their title match. Julius says next week he’ll take the rage he feels inside out on their bitch asses.

Axiom vs. Nathan Frazer (Best of 3 Series Match 1)

Axiom working a wristlock early, quick pin attempts, stalemate! Action to the floor, Frazer in control and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Axiom with a hammerlock, a shoulder armbreaker sends Nathan to the floor and Axiom throws a dive! Back in, diving crossbody... SO CLOSE! Working a Kimura, Frazer with body blows, reverse with a Final Cut! Catch Axiom on a handspring, inverted DDT... SO CLOSE!

Axiom takes him out, nearfall of his own, running kick, Nathan rolls through into a Boston Crab! Force the break, jumping forearm gets a shockingly deep two...

Axiom wins by pinfall with a dropkick, going 1-0.

Security is hanging outside of Gallus’ locker room and Big Body Javi rolls up to snoop around and brag.

The lead guard gets into it with him and threatens to whoop his ass any day of the week.

Gallus leave the locker room and security escorts them off.

They make their entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, we get another video package for “Super Diva” Quincy Elliott, where he announces he’ll be on the show next week.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams are interviewed.

Williams shrugs off his loss and Hayes says Ricochet ain’t got what he’s got. He’s beat everybody there is to beat, he is the face of NXT, and he learns that he’ll have an NXT North American Championship match against a man picked by the fans in a vote next week.

Bron Breakker & Tyler Bate vs. Gallus (Joe & Mark Coffey)

Breakker and Joe to start, collar and elbow, struggling into the ropes, clean break, back to the lockup, side headlock, shot off, shoulder block but Coffey stays standing! Back to the headlock, duck a lariat, big knee, tag to Bate! Arm wringer, Mark in, double teams, arm drag but Tyler rolls through into a side headlock!

Breakker and Bate send Gallus to the floor and pose in the ring to send us to break!

Back from commercial, Bate has a side headlock on Mark, off the ropes, duck a lariat, tijeras connects, dropkick sends Coffey to the floor! Off the ropes, Tyler with a dive! Wolfgang with a cheap shot while referee DA Brewer is occupied, quick tags from the Coffeys as they work Bate over.

Heat segment at length, Joe as a bear hug (I can hardly bear it), Tyler fighting back with elbows but he can’t break it! Bate with a sunset flip, the Iron Man rolls through into a crab, blocking the tag, Tyler crawls under and Breakker is legal! Running hot, shoulder blocks and a tossing spinebuster!

Mark tags in and eats a spinebuster of his own and the straps are down! Tag to Bate, electric chair... ODE TO THE BULLDOGS BUT JOE COFFEY BREAKS IT UP! Wolfgang on the ropes, Tyler with a punch, Bron takes Joe out, rebound lariat on Joe, underhooks...

Bron Breakker & Tyler Bate win by pinfall with the Tyler Driver ‘97 from Bate on Mark Coffey.

Post-match, JD McDonagh runs in and lays the babyfaces out! Saito suplex takes Bate down but he runs away when Bron returns to the ring!

That’s the show, folks.

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