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: After weeks of getting in one another’s business, NXT champion Carmelo Hayes invited Finn Bálor & his teammates to Orlando, and the entire Judgment Day (Bálor, Señor Money in the Bank Damian Priest, Women’s World champion Rhea Ripley & Dirty Dom Mysterio) RSVP-ed! Meanwhile, Bron Breakker & Ilja Dragunov will go to war for the right to challenge Melo at Great American Bash in just under two weeks. Plus, Stacks takes on Joe Coffey in an attempt get Tony D’Angelo out of jail & earn the mafiosos a shot at the Tag belts, Ivy Nile gets a non-title shot at NXT Women’s champ Tiffany Stratton, Chase U takes on Drew Gulak & Charlie Dempsey, the team of Bronco Nima & Lucien Price debut, 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 JULY 11
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The show opens with Judgment Day making their entrance to thunderous “Mami!” chants for Rhea Ripley.
Finn Balor gets on the mic and tells NXT that daddy’s home, because this is the house that he built and he’s back to lay down some house rules with the Judgment Day. He introduces his compatriots, Senor Money in the Bank Damian Priest, the Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley, and everyone’s favorite, “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio.
Priest calls out Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams and says they thought they were getting a divided Judgment Day, but they’re getting the Judgment Day that runs NXT, the Murderer’s Row of WWE! Dom tries to speak—
Enter Trick and Carmelo.
Hayes wonders why they call him Dirty Dom, is it because he dropped the so— Trick cuts him off and they hop up to the ring together. They say Finn may have built the house but it’s got Melo’s fingerprints over it now and everybody wants to have an opinion about Balor getting the better of him on Raw, but now he’s in his arena, trying to ball on his corner.
Priest admits they run NXT, but they don’t have Judgment Day staring at them every week, and don’t forget that the Archer of Infamy hit the bullseye every week. Trick taunts him, Hayes says they’re gonna keep it plain and simple and challenges them to a match.
Finn tells him if he comes at the Prinxe, he best not miss, and Hayes is game to do the thing.
Tony D’Angelo is interviewed via satellite about Stacks fighting for his freedom and he’s short on time and seems to have his doubts.
Chase U make their entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial, we get a promo package where Gigi Dolin says that Kiana James is holding herself in, and she leaks some pictures from James’ past.
Kiana’s freaking out about it and trying to delete them in the locker room.
Charlie Dempsey & Drew Gulak vs. Chase U (Andre Chase & Duke Hudson)
Brawling on the floor before the bell, starting with Dempsey and Chase, mat grappling, tags made, off the ropes, Hudson blocks a kick and snaps off a tijeras! Up in the corner, smashing Drew into the turnbuckles, jockeying for position, avalanche bodyslam leaves Gulak down and out!
Off the ropes, Duke with a double lariat, Chase in for stereo Flip, Flop, & Fly and the heels get sent to the floor as we go to break!
Back from commercial, Dempsey in control on Hudson, underhooks, reversed into a back body drop, tag to Gulak! Back body drop for him, Duke crawling, tag to Chase! Throwing elbows with abandon, whip across, big dropkick for Charlie and a swinging neckbreaker for Drew!
Andre and Duke keep the pressure up, Thea runs interference...
Chase U win by pinfall.
Bron Breakker cuts a promo telling Ilja Dragunov he’s made a really big mistake and Ilja’s been behind him since day one and tonight there won’t be enough referees to hold him back.
And so we go to break.
Back from commercial, Von Wagner and Robert Stone are shown speaking backstage.
Wagner admits he got out of hand last week because Javi was talking the same crap the kids in school used to, and it was hard not to feel different living with a plate in your head. Nobody wanted to partner with him and he decided if he was gonna be treated like a monster, he’d be a monster to make it through his life.
Last week when he looked up and the people were with him, he didn’t know what to do, but for the first time in his life he thinks he’s being himself, and he has to thank Stone’s annoying irritating ass for that.
Cora Jade vs. Kelani Jordan
Jade pressing the attack early, springboard stomp, cover for two! Trapping Jordan in the ropes, a dropkick gets another nearfall, Cora dominating, a slam into a kick, off the ropes, Kelani ducks an elbow, schoolboy for two! Jordan throwing elbows, whip reversed, big flying forearms!
Handspring Pele kick, fired up, but Jade cuts her off...
Cora Jade wins by pinfall.
Post-match she grabs a kendo stick and attacks, but Jordan ducks and dodges and Dana Brooke takes her out!
Ilja Dragunov cuts his own promo, telling Bron Breakker that he’ll feel his wrath and fury tonight, and his intensity cannot be matched.
Bron Breakker makes his entrance and we go to break.
We get a recap of last week’s NXT Underground match.
Footage of Eddy Thorpe and Gable Steveson being interviewed after the show plays. Thorpe thanks Gable for his help and he says he’s not sure where his future is going to lie.
A bunch of folks are watching that match and talking about how tough Eddy is when Donovan Dijak rolls up to scoff.
Bron Breakker vs. Ilja Dragunov (NXT Championship #1 Contender’s Match)
Trading forearms early, Breakker choking him in the corner, counters a forearm with a spinebuster, cover for one. Bron working the arm, Dragunov with elbows, waistlock, German suplex blocked, standing switch, off the ropes, duck the lariat, big back body drop sends Ilja flying!
Dragunov on the comeback, elbows flying, huge chops, Breakker double legs him into the ground and pound! Drawing him back up, suplex over the ropes and to the floor sends us to break!
Back from commercial, trading punches in the middle of the ring, Dragunov with a huge boot, off the ropes, a lariat, another one, trading German suplexes in the middle of the ring and both men are down and out! Ilja charging in, boot up cuts him off and he’s down!
Bron off the top... DIVING BULLDOG! The straps are down, he’s fired up, goozle, Dragunov with punches, fireman’s carry... BLU-RAY! Ilja on his feet and waiting... TORPEDO MOSKAU CAN’T QUITE GET IT DONE! Off the top... BRON SPEARS HIM OUT OF MIDAIR BUT ILJA KICKS OUT!
Military press... DRAGUNOV COUNTERS WTIH A DDT! Tenryu Powerbomb... NOT ENOUGH! Leaping forearm but still Bron kicks out! Huge triphammer lariat from Breakker, charging in... KNEE BLOCKS THE SPEAR! Bron shaky, Ilja gets up, off the ropes...
Ilja Dragunov wins by pinfall with a northern Torpedo Moskau, becoming #1 contender to the NXT Championship.
Wes Lee is interviewed backstage.
He says it’s on and he’s proven that he treats every title defense as his biggest match, but Mustafa Ali is a different cat and he’s hard to plan for.
Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley roll up.
Dom asks if he’s the open challenge guy and accepts the challenge. Lee says he stopped doing open challenges because things got crazy, but if he wants to get crazy they can do it right now. Mysterio immediately backs off and says he wants the match for next week.
Tiffany Stratton makes her entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial we get a new vignette for Baron “No Gimmicks Needed” Corbin where he wonders about his future.
Ivy Nile vs. Tiffany Stratton
Stratton in control early, Nile tries for a sort of bow-and-arrow and briefly puts Tiffany on the back foot but she reasserts herself with a side headlock. Cartwheel away, sliding forearm, to the apron, Stratton with a legsweep! Back in, Ivy sidesteps a handspring and lands an enzuigiri, off the ropes, lariats, cartwheel slam, Tiffany rolls away from an elbow!
Back inside, fireman’s carry, Nile slips out into Compassionate Release but Stratton manages to shrug her off! Back to the fireman’s carry, Finlay Roll...
Tiffany Stratton wins by pinfall with the Prettiest Moonsault Ever.
Post-match, Tiffany gets on the mic and immediately has to address the “You tapped out!” chants, claiming she beat Thea Hail fair and square before screaming to be left alone.
Backstage Thea Hail is talking to Andre Chase about the stuff that Charlie Dempsey and Drew Gulak taught her.
Duke Hudson rolls up and says she’s starting to get to Tiffany, and Andre says she’s not done with her, she can do it again and tap her out to win the title! They chant “Rematch!” at length.
Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo makes his entrance to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Blair Davenport is interviewed and talks up her victory over Roxanne Perez and promises to leave her on the shelf next time.
Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo vs. Joe Coffey
Coffey with a wristlock, reversed, side headlock grounds Lorenzo, shoot off blocked, Stacks dazed, Joe hits All the Best for the Bells... CHANNING KICKS OUT! Pulling himself up in the corner, Coffey yells that they had a deal but Stacks stares at him defiant and says he ain’t no snitch as we go to break!
Back from commercial, Coffey has Lorenzo grounded as a phone message from Tony D’Angelo plays explaining that he and Stacks played Gallus! Stacks with body blows, northern lariat takes him off-balance, Bronco Nima and Lucien Price come to the stage to take a look-see at the champions!
Hammerlock in from Joe, Channing fighting to his feet, back body drop, big fist drop lands true! With Coffey on one knee, Stacks gets a crowbar and blasts Joe with it! Wolfgang slides in to take it from him and the referee sees and ejects Gallus! Channing stays on him...
Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo wins by pinfall, securing Tony D’Angelo’s freedom and guaranteeing them a title shot against Gallus.
The Schism roll up to confront Ivy Nile backstage and taunt her about being the last survivor of the Diamond Mine.
Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams make their entrance and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Yulisa Leon and Valentina Feroz are interviewed backstage.
They’re interrupted by Los Lotharios, who immediately try to hit on them. Leon and Feroz aren’t having it, and Dragon Lee and Nathan Frazer arrive to send them packing.
Commentary hypes up next week’s show.
Judgment Day (Damian Priest & Finn Balor) vs. Trick-Melo Gang (Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams)
Williams and Priest to start, collar and elbow, struggling around the ring, side headlock from Trick, whip across, tag to Balor and Judgment Day start working him over. Heat segment rolls along, Broken Arrow gets a nearfall, and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Hayes on the wrong side of Judgment Day, quick tags, Demolition Decapitation for two! Melo gets away, tag to Trick, clubbing away at Damian, big dropkick, a knee, a flapjack, he’s fired up! Both men down and out, tags made, Hayes going hard at Balor, crescent kick for two!
Finn takes him down, off the top, nobody home on Coup de Grace, springboard lariat and both men are down! Tag to Priest, nearfall, Williams breaks it up and the match breaks down! To the floor, Razor’s Edge into the announce desk, superkick and a Codebreaker from Hayes in the ring!
Mysterio runs interference, Damian with a cracking right hand but Carmelo hits La Mistica for separation! Rhea Ripley directs Dominik to bring a chair in, referee Darryl Sharma stops him but Rhea throws the Money in the Bank briefcase into the ring!
Ilja Dragunov takes the case away, Hayes accidentally takes him off the apron, Priest hits South of Heaven and tags out...
Judgment Day win by pinfall with Coup de Grace from Finn Balor on Carmelo Hayes.
Post-match, Judgment Day stand tall together.
That’s the show, folks.