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WWE NXT results, live blog (Aug. 1, 2023): Great American Bash fallout

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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: All the fallout from Sunday’s Great American Bash premium live event, which saw Carmelo Hayes, Tiffany Stratton & Dirty Dom Mysterio retain their titles, and The D’Angelo Family capture Tag gold. We’ll also get a Jacy Jayne & Lyra Valkyria match stemming from the former attacking the latter backstage at the PLE, and an Eddy Thorpe vs. Dijak match that was set-up last Tuesday. Plus, Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon take on Elektra Lopez & Lola Vice, The Schism will have an “interrogation” surrounding the masked followers who keep interfering in their matches... 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!


Slipping away, just a heartbeat from disaster. Nothing could make me stay, close your eyes and I’ll be gone. Turn the page, yeah, time to start another story and liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with a memorial graphic for the late, great “Exotic” Adrian Street.

We get a recap video for Great American Bash.

In the NXT parking lot, Gallus jump Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo and beat him down!

Jacy Jayne yells at commentary briefly before jumping Lyra Valkyria during her entrance!

Jacy Jayne vs. Lyra Valkyria

Match proper begins, Jacy hammering Lyra with strikes, cover for two! Valkyria takes control back on the floor and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Jayne running hot, big senton, Lyra back in with a diving crossbody and a bridging northern lights suplex for two! Valkyria presses the attack...

Lyra Valkyria wins by pinfall with a big splash.

Backstage, Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes are chatting about Melo’s successful title defense.

Trick says he meant what he said last week and he needs to start doing this for him, and Trick-Melo Gang is always gonna be, he’s ride or die but he ain’t no sidekick. Carmelo says he doesn’t see Trick as a sidekick, but Williams says the fans do, and he has to get Dragunov for himself and slay that mad dragon.

Hayes says he respects that, and Trick says again this is no breakup, he just has to be his own man. Carmelo says he’ll always have his back and Williams says he won’t miss.

We see Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley walking backstage and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Tony D’Angelo and Stacks are interviewed in the trainer’s room.

Their “medical update” is that Gallus are dead men walking and Tony wants to fight them tonight. All of them. Three on two, and D’Angelo will call somebody to make up the numbers.

Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley make their entrance and get on the mic.

Rhea brags about Dom retaining the title—

Enter Dragon Lee.

He says Rey Mysterio is the greatest luchador of all time, and Dom’s father, and we all know Mysterio is only still champion because of Rhea Ripley, who has Dominik’s cojones in her purse. Rhea says those cojones are bigger than Dragon’s, and Lee tells him to prove it, next week, with the title on the line.

Mysterio says he’s a fighting champion, and Rhea will be in his corner.

Rey Mysterio appears on the tron to say he’ll be here next week to be in Dragon’s corner and calls him the future of lucha libre and that he can’t wait to see Lee win the title from him.

Wes Lee is in the locker room and has a confrontation with Carmelo Hayes.

Hayes tells him to save the self-pity and Wes screams that he’s lost three weeks in a row and he’s scraping for inches and fighting for his life. Melo says he went through a war on Sunday and he can barely breathe but nobody gets it ‘cause they ain’t lived it, and he understands why Breakker snapped.

Wes says he knows what it means to be champion—

Noam Dar and Oro Mensah roll up laughing and smiling and Noam says he’s got something they’ll never have, the Heritage Cup. Wes points out it’s not the real title, they bicker, and a brawl breaks out!

Eddy Thorpe makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Chase U are interviewed.

Thea Hail says she gave everything she had and left it all in the ring and she didn’t give up. Andre Chase says he had no choice but to throw in the towel, she screams at him, and Baron Corbin rolls up.

He talks some trash, Andre says he’s impressed that he had time to watch her match since he was getting thrown around by Gable Steveson. Baron tells Thea she peaked on Sunday and should find a different line of work. Chase gets in his face and calls him a piece of shit and Corbin tells him to wrestle him about it.

Donovan Dijak vs. Eddy Thorpe

Thorpe hot out the gates, taking it to Dijak with strikes, backing him into the corner! Tall Don fights back with heavy hands, goozle applied, Eddy backs him into the corner and hammers him with shoulder blocks! Chokeslam gets two, Dijak follows it by posting him, going for Feast Your Eyes but Thorpe slips out and drops an elbow!

Don rolls to the floor, back in, spinning...

Donovan Dijak wins by pinfall with Cyclone Kill.

Tony D’Angelo is on the phone telling someone that business is business and if he does this for him, they’re even Steven. Stacks asks if he’s in and Tony says he’s on his way, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Dana Brooke and Kelani Jordan are watching Dana’s match against Cora Jade.

Brooke says something dark just came out of her and Jordan says she needed that. Dana admits she saw red with the kendo stick in her hand and she kind of liked it. Kelani says she was kind of a badass and Brooke tells her she needs to find her own killer instinct.

Elektra Lopez & Lola Vice vs. Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon

Leon and Lopez to start, mat slam on Yulisa gets a waistlock takedown in return, springboard arm drags, tag to Feroz! Arabian press moonsault only gets one, Vice on the apron and jawing, Elektra blasts Valentina from behind and clubs her down! Working her over at some length,

Leon gets the tag, running hot on Vice, Michinoku Driver... LOPEZ BREAKS IT UP! Feroz in, Elektra chops her throat, Yulisa cuts her down, Lola is ready for her...

Elektra Lopez & Lola Vice win by pinfall with a roundhouse kick from Vice on Yulisa Leon.

And so we go to break.

Back from commercial, we get a TikTok promo from Tiffany Stratton of her doing her makeup and talking about how Thea Hail pushed her to her limit but it’s finally over and she’ll be back next week to do whatever the heck she wants.

Carmelo Hayes & Wes Lee vs. Meta-Four (Noam Dar & Oro Mensah)

Brawling before the bell, Dar and Hayes in the ring and referee DA Brewer calls for the bell! Soon enough Mensah is on the wrong side of our babyfaces, quick tags, working surprisingly well together and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Dar and Hayes, single knee facebreaker to a Manhattan Drop to a corner forearm, snapmare and a superkick but Noam kicks out! Whip reversed, La Mistica connects, tag to Lee! Wes up top, Jakara Jackson runs interference but he dives over her anyway, Spiral Tap... ORO BREAKS IT UP!

Carmelo sends him packing with a pump kick, Noam kicks at Lee’s shin, big elbow, Wes lands an enzuigiri, back handspring... CARDIAC KICK TAKES HAYES OUT BY ACCIDENT! Dar nails him...

Meta-Four win by pinfall with a running enzuigiri from Noam Dar on Wes Lee.

Post-match, Hayes and Lee argue, Carmelo tries to wave it off, Wes demands to know where he was.

Bron Breakker cuts a promo on Von Wagner, telling him his father was nothing, he’s nothing, and also mocking .

Baron Corbin makes his entrance and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Axiom confronts Dominik Mysterio in the parking lot.

He says he can’t wait to see Dragon Lee kick his ass next week, Dom plays confused, thinking Axiom already confronted him earlier, Axiom points out he’s not Dragon Lee, and Mustafa Ali rolls up.

Ali tries and fails to get Dom’s attention because Axiom confronts him about interrupting, Mustafa yells at him to go after the Heritage Cup because the North American Championship is his, and that’s the segment.

Andre Chase vs. Baron Corbin

Corbin one step ahead early, cutting Chase off, big knee, slam, float over, schoolboy for two! Up and over, into a sunset flip, only two! Single leg dropkick, to the floor, Baron hits a Death Valley Driver and jaws at Duke Hudson in the aftermath!

Back inside, hard whip across, kneeling reverse chinlock, but Chase gets away, shoulder kneebreaker, duck a lariat, basement dropkick takes Baron out at the knee! Up top, nobody home, roll through, spinning spinebuster from Corbin!

Thea Hail throws in the towel and walks away, Corbin presses the attack...

Baron Corbin wins by pinfall with End of Days.

Commentary hypes up No Mercy for September.

We get a video package for Roxanne Perez’s homecoming in Texas for Great American Bash.

We see a man in fancy shoes get out of a car and are told it must be Tony D’Angelo’s mystery man, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Meta-Four are celebrating their win tonight backstage.

Tyler Bate rolls up and says Noam Dar could use a fresh opponent and challenges him to a match for next week.

The Schism are in the ring, completely with legion of hooded, masked goons.

Joe Gacy says they’re here due to unfortunate circumstances and ready to resolve their issues with an open heart, but insubordination and disobedience are toxic to their roots and must be eradicated. There are two people among them who have abandoned their values and pose a direct threat to the sanctity and future of the Schism.

Jagger Reid and Rip Fowler are fired up to root them out but Joe backs them down and passes the baton to Ava Raine. She says the golden masks have been a feature of NXT and two of them put hands on the Dyad and will be punished, and she tells them to step forward one-by-one and remove their masks.

The first two take their masks off and are told to leave and number three reveals himself as Ikemen Jiro and is told to get out because he’s not part of this. Rip tells another one to leave and the last two remaining are brought forward and berated as the Creeds, told they can’t get one over, but when they’re beaten down and masks revealed, they’re some randon guys.

The Creeds appear on the tron from the beach and laugh about all of it and quick change the background while they talk about all the places they’ve been and how the most important part is that they’re definitely not even close to Orlando.

Joe Gacy tells the Schism’s worldwide followers to find the Creeds and bring them to them!

Gallus are shown walking backstage, as are Tony D’Angelo and Stacks, and we go to break.

Back from commercial we get a recap from last week of Cora Jade storming into the locker room, taking her things, and loudly proclaiming that she’s leaving.

Commentary hypes up next week’s show.

We get our main event entrances and Tony’s mystery man is revealed... IT’S SANTOS ESCOBAR!

D’Angelo Family (Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo & Tony D’Angelo) & Santos Escobar vs. Gallus (Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey, & Wolfgang)

They rush the ring and send Gallus packing before the bell!

At the bell, Stacks and Wolfgang, big flying forearm from Lorenzo, tag to D’Angelo, off the ropes, pump kick! Right hands, short-arm lariat, tag back to Channing, drop toehold, mounted punches, another quick tag back to Tony and a hip toss-assisted senton!

Wolfgang gets away, tag to Mark, double leg from D’Angelo, front chancery, big boot, all three men have front chanceries, body blows, shove them aside and send them packing and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Wolfgang is in control on Stacks, quick tags, working him over until a back body drop on Mark clears the path... and Joe pulls Tony off the apron! Wolfgang charges in, scoop and a slam, springboard moonsault, nobody home! Tags made, Santos working Mark over with shoulders, high crossbody, victory roll pin... NOPE!

The match breaks down, all six men in the ring, the dust settles and Escobar blasts Coffey with an enzuigiri and sets him up... AVALANCHE FRANKENSTEINER! Corner knees, tag to Stacks, tag to Tony...

D’Angelo Family & Santos Escobar win by pinfall with a double back suplex from the Family on Mark Coffey.

Santos stands tall with the Family after the match.

We get a promo from Ilja Dragunov where he says he’s not finished with Carmelo Hayes and tells Trick Williams to look in his eyes because he’s gonna feel his wrath and fury and he won’t stop until he’s terminated.

That’s the show, folks.

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