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WWE NXT results, live blog (Feb. 13, 2024): Tag title match

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Here's a place to check the results and comment along with the newest episode of WWE NXT, airing live on Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern time slot on USA Network.

Advertised for the Feb. 13 show from the WWE Performance Center: Wolf Dogs Bron Breakker & Baron Corbin use the title shot they won along with the Dusty Cup to go after The Family’s Tag belts, and Carmelo Hayes’ story continues in a match with Joe Gacy.

We’ll also see Ridge Holland take on Gallus in a Gauntlet match, while Mr. Stone & Von Wagner stand up to Meta-Four’s Noam Dar & Oro Mensah. Adrianna Rizzo & Jaida Parker will look to settle their issues in a singles bout, Kiana James battles Brinley Reece... and more!

Come right back here at 8 pm 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 FEB. 13

It’s this feeling that has me going nowhere, gaining nothing at all. If anyone should find you staring up at the unending sky. What if I was smiling and running into your arms, after I liveblog this here pro wrestling show, folks?

The show opens with Noam Dar and Oro Mensah relaxing ahead of their tag match tonight, which Dar claims will be easy pickings.

Their opponents, Robert Stone and Von Wagner, do a sneak attack by yelling “SNEAK ATTACK!” and brawl them to the ring as Jakara Jackson and Lash Legend chase behind and are given misdirection by Stone’s sons.

Meta-Four (Noam Dar & Oro Mensah) vs. Robert Stone & Von Wagner

Wagner and Mensah to start, Von beating him up, tag to Stone, cover for two! Oro gets Robert in the corner and quick tags follow as they work the former TNA X-Division Champion over at some length. Wagner saves his buddy, Robert running hot, he goes for a plancha but Mensah sidesteps! Von and Dar now, big knee from Wagner, the ladies of Meta-Four running interference, chop block from Oro...

Meta-Four win by pinfall with a rana pin from Noam Dar on Von Wagner.

Ridge Holland makes his entrance to send us to break.


Back from commercial we get a Chase U vignette where Andre Chase opens classes back up and Adrianna Rizzo rolls up to do business with Jacy Jayne.

Jacy tries to be nice but Rizzo just wants to do business, so Jayne passes her a fat envelope. Adrianna comments on the weight and Jacy says sales on the calendar were better than expected and also she expects the Family to retain the tag titles and hopes her boys in Chase U can get a shot after.

Gallus (Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey, & Wolfgang) vs. Ridge Holland (Gauntlet Match)

Wolfgang to start, Holland clobbering him with lariats in the corner, whip across, right hands, arm wringer, short-arm body block takes the Scot off his feet! Stomping away, Joe Coffey running interference and Wolfgang turns him inside out with a knee and follows it with a senton!

Ridge back in control, action to the floor and we go to break.

Back from commercial, we’re informed...

Wolfgang is eliminated by pinfall with Northern Grit.

Mark Coffey is up next, going to town on Holland’s leg, Ridge with upkicks, he catches a crossbody and turns it into a World’s Strongest Slam! Uppercuts, slugging away, left hand lariat from Holland, trap the arms into a headbutt! Belly-to-belly suplex connects, charging in, Mark meets him with an elbow and Ridge gets a spinebuster in return!

Up for Northern Grit but Joe pulls his brother out of the ring...

Mark Coffey should be eliminated by disqualification but we’re playing it like it’s a no-contest. No one cares about the rules anymore!

Post-match, Ridge unloads on all three Gallus boys with a steel chair.

Lexis King accosts Von Wagner and Robert Stone but Wagner doesn’t have time for it and tells him to shove off. King says he has better things to do but sticks around to taunt Stone about disappointing his kids.

Lola Vice makes her entrance and we go to break.


Back from commercial, No Quarter Catch Crew are inspecting the NXT Heritage Cup and talking about what a shame it is that it’s held by a clown.

Said clown, Noam Dar, returns and asks if they shouldn’t be rolling around in a basement slick with oil. Dar says they can’t steal it, Charlie Dempsey says they’ll win it legitimately, and the two teams face off.

Lola Vice vs. Tatum Paxley

Paxley running hot early, corkscrew elbow drop for two, Vice drops her and hammers her with toe kicks, knee lifts in the clinch, cover for two! Rear chinlock applied, grinding Tatum down, she fights to her feet, knees from Lola. Boot up in the corner, schoolboy for two!

Vice blasts her with another boot, mounted punches in the corner, Lyra Valkyria comes to ringside to support Paxley, she strings together some offense, roll-through kick, enzuigiri connects! Schoolboy for two, Lola with a 540 roundhouse kick... NOPE!

Big backfist for two, Lyra giving Tatum a pep talk, Lola draws her up for the crescent kick... PAXLEY GETS A FOOT ON THE ROPES! Triangle sleeper... IT’S OVER!

Lola Vice wins by submission with a triangle sleeper.

Luca Crusifino is giving Tony D’Angelo a pep talk and he wishes the Don luck and they shake hands. Adriana Rizzo rolls up and they chat about stuff and she tells them to stay here.

Tony tells Stacks it’s Stand and Deliver season and they’re cracking skulls, and we go to break.


Back from commercial, Lyra Valkyria dumps Tatum Paxley’s unconscious body on a road case to be confronted with Shotzi Blackheart.

Lyra gives Shotzi a title shot and Blackheart says she already got Ava Raine to sign off on it. The match will be next week, and they jaw each other about it before Shotzi leaves.

Tatum wakes up and immediately comments on the match being made, to Lyra’s gentle confusion.

Adriana Rizzo vs. Jaida Parker

Parker hammering slaps in the corner, Rizzo pulls herself up after the break and takes her earrings out, which you’d think she’d do before the bell but sure okay whatever. Cis girls, whatcha gonna do? Anyway, snap suplex, cover for one, slingshot stomp, into a kneeling neck crank, Adriana fights out, cover for two.

Back elbow from Jaida, Rizzo small package, no deal! Flying forearms, front chancery and punches to the ribs, half-halch suplex from Adriana! Charging in, Parker catches her, thrust spinebuster, off the ropes, elbow, cover for two! Rizzo wants her to bring it, Jaida charges...

Jaida Parker wins by pinfall with a Pounce.

We get a Donovan Dijak vignette where he’s haunted by Joe Gacy’s living ghost or something.

Carmelo Hayes makes his entrance and we go to break.


Back from commercial, Bron Breakker is distracted in the locker room and Baron Corbin tells him to get his head in the game and tells him how important holding a title is to him.

Bron wants him to go with Wolf Dogs and Corbin says he’ll meet him in the middle, if they win the tag titles, he’ll call them Wolf Dogs just one time.

Carmelo Hayes vs. Joe Gacy

Gacy putting Hayes into the turnbuckles, corner to corner, Carmelo blocks, Joe with a snap suplex, cover for a nearfall. Whip across, knee up, whip reversed, Achilles Lock from Hayes but Joe kicks him aside. Springboard lariat from Melo, chop in the corner, Gacy fires up and turns him around and paints his chest in leather!

Headbutts, referee DA Brewer warns him off, whip reversed, drop down, Joe counters with a senton and gets a nearfall! Reverse chinlock applied, out of it briefly, back into it, Hayes fights back out, handful of hair in the ropes and he jaws at him but Gacy’s into it and blasts him with a headbutt before crawling under the ring!

Out the other side, Melo cautiously lifting up the ring skirt and Gacy freight trains him with a surprise crossbody as we go to break!

Back from commercial, Hayes has a half-crab applied and Gacy is headbutting the mat to keep from giving up! Reaching, posting up, he rolls over, upkicks break free! Joe with a big back elbow, step over a slide under, duck a lariat, dropkick connects! Shoulder block sets up a backdrop driver, uranage... SO CLOSE!

Pass aside, vertical suplex blocked, fireman’s carry into the Michinoku Driver... HAYES KICKS OUT! Up top, trading shots, front kick cuts Hayes off, whip across, waistlock, Melo blocks. Back elbow, overhead elbow, springboard, caught into a Bossman Slam! Handspring, Hayes counters with the Codebreaker!

Carmelo up top...

Carmelo Hayes wins by pinfall with Nothing But Net.

Post-match, Donovan Dijak attacks Gacy and lays him out with his nightstick! He pulls a straitjacket out of his bag and forces Joe into it! Referees try and fail to pull Dijak away as he buckles the jacket behind Gacy’s back! Crossface strikes, he crosses Joe’s arms and secures them!

Gacy gets to his feet and runs right into Cyclone Kill without his arms to save him, as “Free Joe Gacy!” chants ring out!

In the women’s locker room, Karmen Petrovic and Kelani Jordan are giving Brinley Reece a pep talk when Jakara Jackson and Lash Legend roll up to talk some trash.

Oba Femi is walking backstage to send us to break.


Back from commercial, Roxanne Perez is in the locker room upset that Lola Vice ruined her one-on-one rematch and then Shotzi Blackheart rolled up to steal the next match. A new girl pipes up to say she knows how Roxanne feels and Perez unloads on her verbally before unloading on her physically, punching her in the jaw!

We get another one of these cryptic scratchy proverb vignettes.

Oba Femi makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He says you can’t argue with prophecy and he’s still the NXT North American Champion, the Mountain of NXT, the Man, Oba Femi. He says Dragon Lee is a proud warrior but he showed at Vengeance Day that it takes more than just a fighting spirit to take the title from him and a title around the waist of a superstar means prestige, but for him it means supremacy.

Dragon Lee was the first casualty, but he won’t be the last, and you can send anyone you want after the title, but don’t send anyone you want back.

Enter Lexis King, who I definitely don’t want back, good choice.

He says he wanted to personally congratulate Oba on all of his success but he has to be honest, he hears he’s been calling himself the Ruler but everyone knows Lexis is the King and he just thinks it’s a little funny. Femi tells him to get to the point, and King’s point is that he softened up Lee for the title and placed it on his shoulder, and it’ll be him that takes it off of him.

Femi says he doesn’t deal in threats, and King says that it was a promise. Oba says he’ll get a title shot next week, but he promises this throne is not one he’ll be sitting on anytime soon.

Lexis attacks Femi, cutthroat, Femi shoves him off but King scrambles away from a powerbomb and finds safety on the floor.

Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs are brawling backstage and Ava Raine has them pulled apart and tells them to fight in the ring, not back here.

Kiana James makes her entrance and we go to break.


Back from commercial we get a bumper with a tweet from Ilja Dragunov about how Carmelo Hayes’ day of reckoning is coming.

Brinley Reece vs. Kiana James

James with an armbar, shot off, drop down, arm drag, shoulder block and Reece sends Kiana packing! Izzi Dame running interference, big lariat on the floor, back inside and James puts boots to her. whip reversed, snap swinging neckbreaker but Brinley kicks out! Reverse chinlock applied, axhandles, shoulder blocks, handspring lariat from Reece!

Big Ending, cover for two, James floats over a slam, inverted DDT connects, swinging into the 401(k) and then...

Kiana James wins by pinfall with an inverted Overdrive.

Ava Raine is on the phone making Briggs vs. Jensen official when Roxanne Perez charges up.

Ava asks if she punched Wren Sinclair in the face and Perez says she was in the wrong place at the wrong time and Wren has a match against her next week, and after that maybe they’ll talk about the title. Roxanne doesn’t like the delay and huffs off.

Wolf Dogs and the D’Angelo Family are shown making their way through the arena ahead of our main event.


Back from commercial, Edris Enofe and Malik Blade are chatting about Brinley Reece’s match and Enofe says that now she’s gonna know how they feel, and Malik wants them to be there for her when she comes through.

She cartwheels through and she’s excited and motivated to train harder and get better and so on.

Commentary hypes up next week’s show.

D’Angelo Family (Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo & Tony D’Angelo) (c) vs. Wolf Dogs (Baron Corbin & Bron Breakker) (NXT Tag Team Championship)

Breakker and D’Angelo to start, collar and elbow, circling, side headlock from Bron, back apart, Tony gets a side headlock this time, reversed, shot off, drop down, duck a lariat, shoulder block! Tag to Lorenzo, whip across, basement dropkick, scoop and a slam, cover for two!

Knee lift, tag to Corbin, into the turnbuckles, back body drop to the apron, shoulder block, Baron cuts Stacks off with a huge right hand! Up to the second, Channing cuts him off with a shot to the midsection and a tag to D’Angelo. Double suplex on the big man, hip toss puts Stacks into Corbin!

Bron runs in, staggered, corner lariat, hip toss puts Channing into him as well! Right hands from Tony, body blows, ramming D’Angelo into the corner, slam, the match breaks down into a bit of “everybody do something cool” territory! Tony Liger Bombs Breakker out of nowhere and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Corbin working Lorenzo over, desperate right hands from Stacks but he eats a Deep Six... NOPE! Drawing him up, body blows in the corner, setting Channing up top, he fights back, off the second with a corkscrew uppercut! Tags made, Tony cleaning house, belly-to-belly suplexes all over!

Bron with a big slicing right, off the second, countered with a spinebuster! Slapping life into Lorenzo, D’Angelo hip tosses him to the floor to take the challengers out! Thunder Fire Powerbomb lift, neckbreaker assists... BREAKKER KICKS OUT! Rising knee, tag to Baron, Stacks legal in there somewhere, suplex cutters from both Wolf Dogs... NOT ENOUGH!

Sunset flip for two, Bossman Slam from Baron on Tony, tag to Breakker, assisted powerslam... STACKS BREAKS IT UP! Cactus Clothesline, all four men on the floor! Passing Corbin into the steel steps, Bron lifts D’Angelo up, he slips out, the Family put him through the announce desk!

Back inside, cover... BARON CORBIN BREAKS IT UP! Double whip, Corbin stops short, right hands, front chancery, End of Days on Stacks! Tony clobbers Baron to the floor, but Bron is ready...

Wolf Dogs win by pinfall with a spear from Bron Breakker on Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo, becoming your new NXT Tag Team Champions.

Post-match, Wolf Dogs celebrate with the titles.

That’s the show, folks.

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