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.
Advertised for tonight’s show from the WWE Performance Center: Main roster free agents will be in action as Baron Corbin takes on Ilja Dragunov, and Mustafa Ali teams with Wes Lee & Tyler Bate against Schism! Maybe Raw’s World Heavyweight champion Seth Rollins will respond to Bron Breakker’s challenge, too. Plus, new Women’s title #1 contender Thea Hail tangles with Cora Jade, Roxanne Perez battles Tatum Paxley, Edris Enofé & Malik Blade face each other to prove they deserve a tag title shot, 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 JUNE 13
I miss you, so far, and the collision of your kiss that made it so hard, but right now I have to liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.
The show opens with a memorial graphic for the late, great Iron Sheik.
Mustafa Ali, Tyler Bate, & Wes Lee vs. the Schism (Jagger Reid, Joe Gacy, & Rip Fowler)
Brawling before the bell and the Schism take control in a big way as the match rolls on. Lee in peril, babyfaces come back with teamwork and we go to break!
Back from commercial, now Bate is in trouble, but he takes Fowler out! The match breaks down into “everybody do something cool” territory, 450 comes up empty and Reid passes Ali hard into the turnbuckles! Wes tags back in, quick combinations on Rip, tope con giro takes the rest of the Schism out!
Back inside, back handspring, no deal, superkick staggers Rip and takes the referee out! Cross chop cuts Lee off, Schism toss Lee into it, tossing triple powerbomb but referee Darryl Sharma slides in to stop the cover because Wes wasn’t legal!
Bop and Bang, a couple dives, rebound lariat into underhooks...
Mustafa Ali, Tyler Bate, & Wes Lee win by pinfall with Tyler Driver ‘97 from Bate on Joe Gacy.
We get footage from earlier of Charlie Dempsey and Drew Gulak giving Thea Hail a pep talk when Duke Hudson rolls up to complain about them interrupting his paper grading, and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Bron Breakker makes his entrance and gets on the mic.
He says from now on he’s gonna hold people accountable for their words and actions and that’s why he speared Ilja Dragunov through the concrete. Seth Rollins is everything he says he is and then some, until he locks eyes with the meaner than evil Bron Breakker.
And where is Rollins? Where’s the workhorse champion? He doesn’t see him!
Ilja Dragunov comes storming out of the back, referees and security holding him back while Bron tells him he’s not on his level! It doesn’t matter to him who you are, he’s gonna hold you accountable.
Seth Rollins appears on the tron, laughing and singing. He asks what Bron thinks this is, just because they’re both former NXT Champions he can just say his name three times fast and get a crack at the World Heavyweight Championship? That’s not how things work around here!
But Rollins likes his approach, bold and straight to the top, and he’s been in his position before, just wanting to make noise and be THE guy, and truth be told it would be kinda nice to go back to where it all started. So he can’t believe he’s gonna say this, but challenge accepted!
We get a hype reel for Dana Brooke.
Dana Brooke is interviewed backstage and says she’ll be in NXT for as long as they’ll have her, and she loves being in the ring and she’s made lemonade out of lemons over and over again in her career. Now she’s home in NXT, and the crop of women—
Cora Jade rolls up to complain at her about how she should be #1 contender, not some glorified cheerleader. They bicker back and forth and Jade slaps her across the face and runs away as we go to break!
Back from commercial, Mustafa Ali chats with Tyler Bate and Wes Lee about how much he likes being her in NXT and how he wants to see them fight each other and they need a clear and decisive victor, so what if he was the special guest referee.
Wes says if he can make it happen he’s down, and Bate is also into it.
Cora Jade vs. Thea Hail
Jade in control, Hail busting out her grappling chops, ripcord into a lucha arm drag, hip toss Cora turns it around into a reverse chinlock! Thea throwing her around on the comeback, Dana Brooke with a save when Jade tries to use a kendo stick, Hail grabs a hold...
Thea Hail wins by submission with a double wristlock.
A hype reel for the Heritage Cup follows.
We see the Meta-Four walking backstage, Noam Dar on crutches, and we go to break.
Back from commercial we get some hype for NXT Gold Rush, a two week event starting next week that will be main evented by Bron vs. Seth next week and the winner of Baron Corbin vs. Ilja Dragunov in our main event against Carmelo Hayes next week.
In the ring, Noam Dar berates Nathan Frazer for “brutally attacking” him in the parking lot but he won’t just be awarded the cup, because his main man Oro Mensah will step up and defend the cup for him.
Nathan Frazer vs. Oro Mensah (c) (NXT Heritage Cup)
Collar and elbow, struggling around the ring, pace heating up as the clock ticks down and Frazer gets a folding press...
Nathan Frazer wins the first fall by pinfall with a folding press, going 1-0.
Mensah hot out the gates, ramming Frazer into the corner with a forearm, cover for two, snap suplex, again just a two count! Jakara Jackson runs interference, Lash Legend holds Nathan down, Oro with a kick...
Oro Mensah wins the second fall by pinfall with a spinning heel kick, evening it up 1-1.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial, less than a minute on the clock, back and forth, quebrada from Mensah but Frazer cuts him out of midair as the clock counts down...
Nathan with a dropkick out the gates, Phoenix Splash, nobody home, Oro with a small package... SO CLOSE! Springboard dropkick, Gallon Throw... STILL NO! Powerbomb attempt, Frazer blocks, kick, cover for two! Up in the turnbuckles, German superplex from Mensah... NO DICE!
Jakara and Lash get involved again but Yulisa Leon and Valentina Feroz appear to even the odds! Frazer springboards...
Nathan Frazer wins the third and final fall by pinfall with a Phoenix Splash, becoming your new NXT Heritage Cup Champion!
Post-match, Noam Dar is inconsolable.
We get a Lyra Valkyria hype reel.
Jacy Jayne is upset and confused about it and Elektra Lopez says she has to admit she’s pretty impressive.
Another girl gives her crap for getting eliminated herself and after Jacy leaves, she says she likes Elektra and they should stick together.
Dabba-Kato makes his entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Von Wagner and Robert Stone are chatting about what success his time with his therapy has been when Donovan Dijak rolls past with a snide comment.
Robert presses him on talking with his childhood with her and asks who he’s gonna trust, and Wagner calls him stupid but says he’ll trust Stone and it’s always been Stone that he trusts.
Axiom & SCRYPTS vs. Dabba-Kato (Handicap Match)
Kato on the wrong side of town before the bell but he blasts Axiom with a forearm! Blind tag to SCRYPTS, he gets swatted out of midair, Axiom gets thrown into him! Clubbing SCRYPTS down, body blow follows, he lifts both of them at once but Axiom grabs a guillotine choke!
Shift to a fireman’s carry, dropping Axiom face-first into the mat! Backflip evasion on a chokeslam, tag to SCRYPTS, dropkick and forearms, roll under, upkick, right hands, senton puts Dabba through the ropes and a dive staggers him! Axiom off the ropes with a dive of his own, SCRYPTS goes again but Kato cuts him off with a goozle!
Axiom tags back in, enzuigiri, off the ropes, assisted senton atomico to the floor! Moonsault takes Dabba off his feet, back inside, another moonsault, Axiom waiting...
Axiom & SCRYPTS win by pinfall with Golden Ratio from Axiom.
Post-match, Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza come out of nowhere and beat Axiom and SCRYPTS down!
We get a recap of Seth Rollins accepting Bron Breakker’s challenge.
Commentary hypes up our two weeks of Gold Rush shows.
We get a video package of Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo looking at an evidence board and trying to figure out how to get Tony D’Angelo out of prison and vowing to get them a tag title match when he’s free.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial we get a hype reel for WWE’s partnership with the Special Olympics.
Duke Hudson and Thea Hail are walking backstage and he tells her how proud he is of her and that he believes she’s going to become the youngest NXT Women’s Champion ever, and he’s gonna hold a pep rally for her next week.
Tiffany Stratton rolls up to mock and cajole her and tell her this time, the underdog won’t win.
Drew Gulak and Charlie Dempsey roll up to berate Duke for celebrating before Thea wins, and she waves him off and tells Drew and Charlie she’ll see them in the gym later.
Edris Enofe vs. Malik Blade
Collar and elbow, struggling around the ring, Hank Walker and Tank Ledger make their way to ringside to watch. Edris with a side headlock, shot off, shoulder block, drop down, leapfrog, leapfrog, sunset flip, duck the Penalty Kick, schoolboy for two!
Stalemate, off the ropes, drop down, hang in the ropes to block a dropkick, Malik with a dropkick of his own! Knee lift in the ropes, slingshot sunset flip attempt to the floor but Edris hangs in there and blocks it! Back heel trip, Enofe explodes off his feet with a forearm!
Tope con giro, Malik slides under it, dive of his own, back inside, up top, superplex, small package...
Malik Blade wins by pinfall with a small package.
Post-match, Briggs and Jensen congratulate Malik and he helps Edris to his feet and Enofe says he knows when his birthday is and he loves him, and they hug.
Booker T gets up from commentary with some breaking news and says it’s time to get down to business, and next week these three teams will be in a single match next week, the winner of which will get a tag title match the week after.
Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza appear in the wings while those three teams brawl and say they want a piece of the tag division.
Damon Kemp is berating referee DA Brewer for his blown call last week and Eddy Thorpe rolls up to give him crap for it. Thorpe tells him he’ll run it back one more time, any kind of match Damon wants. Kemp says he’ll think about it and tells him he shouldn’t have taken those cheap victories.
Roxanne Perez makes her entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial we get a hype reel for Blair Davenport, featuring a promo about how many women’s careers she’s derailed in the parking lot.
Roxanne Perez vs. Tatum Paxley
Paxley in control, spin-out facebuster, straddle pin, only good for two! Tatum to the floor, Perez dives on her, throwing her back inside, charging uppercut! Side Russian legsweep countered to a hair pull mat slam, whip across, sunset flip...
Roxanne Perez wins by pinfall with a sunset flip.
Post-match, Perez calls Blair Davenport out and tells her to look into her eyes, ‘cause she’s not afraid.
Gigi Dolin is backstage walking the battle royal back and Fallon Henley joins to kvetch about Kiana James with her. Fallon warns her to watch her back and Gigi says she’ll show her why you don’t mess with a reject.
We see Ilja Dragunov and Baron Corbin walking backstage and go to break.
Back from commercial we get a hype reel for best friends Bronco Nima and Lucien Price.
Baron Corbin vs. Ilja Dragunov (NXT Championship #1 Contender’s Match)
Circling, collar and elbow, off the ropes, shoulder block and Corbin thinks he’s in control but Dragunov explodes out of the corner to blast him with forearms in the corner! Turning him around, Ilja shifts gears to chops, tearing Baron’s shirt off and clubbing him down!
Corbin fighting back into it with a series of lariats, Dragunov traps him in the rolling German suplexes, Baron gets the ropes to block the third, throwing him out only for him to come back in with the Constantine Special and we go to break!
Back from commercial, Dragunov has a reverse chinlock, shift to a waistlock, Corbin breaks free with an elbow and throws him to the floor! Slamming Ilja into the apron, Baron lays overhead elbows in, pulls him back to the floorand draws him up, hammering his injured midsection and grinding him into the announce desk.
Back inside, big backbreaker for two, whip to the corner, Dragunov with elbows and chops, up to the second, Baron catches him and hits a Death Valley Driver... NOPE! Trading forearms in the middle of the ring, Deep Six connects... STILL NO! Ilja with a dropkick, fighting himself back into it, corner lariat, sling him aside, up to the second, Bombs Away knee drop!
Diving senton off the top, slow to capitalize, big DDT connects! Dragunov draws him up, delayed suplex, falling forearm, Bron Breakker tries to run in, Ilja takes him out but it gives Corbin a chance to get it...
Baron Corbin wins by pinfall with End of Days, becoming #1 contender to the NXT Championship.
Breakker and Dragunov brawl to the back, Carmelo Hayes attacks Baron Corbin and lays him out, headed up top... NOTHING BUT NET!
That’s the show, folks.