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WWE NXT results, live blog (Feb. 6, 2024): Vengeance Day fallout

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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. 6 show from the WWE Performance Center: Carmelo Hayes will address his actions from Vengeance Day, specifically attacking Trick Williams after the main event! We’ll also see Wolf Dogs Bron Breakker & Baron Corbin celebrate Sunday night’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic victory.

The fallout from Feb. 4’s PLE in Clarksville, Tennessee will also give us Roxanne Perez vs. Lola Vice, and Lexis King vs. Chase U’s Riley Osborne! Plus, Nathan Frazer & Axiom take on Edris Enofé & Malik Blade, 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. 6

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The show opens with Carmelo Hayes limping his way down the entry ramp holding a steel chair.

He gets in the ring and unfolds it, taking a seat with mic in hand and letting the boos and the “Fuck you, Melo!” chants rain down on him for a while before standing back up, folding the chair back up, and deciding to leave.

Wolf Dogs are at ringside with the Dusty Cup to celebrate, and Bron Breakker insists the ring announcer come over and announce them properly.

They cut a promo where they chafe against each other odd couple style before calling the D’Angelo Family out.

Axiom and Nathan Frazer interrupt, seemingly just for their scheduled match against Edris Enofe & Malik Blade, but they make sure to jaw at the Wolf Dogs.

Axiom & Nathan Frazer vs. Edris Enofe & Malik Blade

Wolf Dogs stick around to be on commentary for this one.

Enofe and Axiom to start, feeling out, back and forth, trading back elbows, arm drag and a dropkick from the logical luchador but he can’t keep Edris down! Side headlock, Enofe to his feet, blind tag from Frazer on the shoot off, Blade tags in, Nathan throwing kicks everywhere and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Axiom with the advantage on Enofe, tag to Frazer, kick sets up a German suplex, Final Cut connects... NOPE! Cover off a flying back elbow, only two, reverse chinlock applied, Edris fights to his feet, elbows, reaching for the tag, denied! Nathan slides under, diving axehandle, running shooting star press... STILL NO!

A bunch of dives, Phoenix Splash, Edris breaks it up and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Blade gets the tag, Enofe with a fireman’s carry, Frazer slips out, Axiom runs interference, superplex rolled through into Chasing the Dragon... SO CLOSE! Frazer with a splash, Axiom off the top but Malik gets a boot up and tags Edris in!

450 splash, tag to Axiom...

Axiom & Nathan Frazer win by pinfall with Golden Ratio from Axiom on Edris Enofe.

Post-match, Wolf Dogs hit the ring and beat Axiom and Frazer down!

We see Ilja Dragunov walking backstage and we go to break.


Back from commercial we get some hype for Thursday’s WrestleMania press conference, where either the Rock will say “whoops y’all sorry my bad didn’t realize you cared that much, Cody can have the match” or he’ll kick Cody into a lake of fire and reign in hell for a thousand years, there are no other options.

Ilja Dragunov makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He says he doesn’t just respect Trick Williams, he likes him, but no matter how much he likes him he couldn’t let him slay the Mad Dragon. Trick gave him everything he has, and if one man can beat him, he’d be a worthy champion. But now there’s just one person he wants to call down here, Carmelo Hayes.

He says Hayes has been attacking him with false accusations for months and now they can all see his true colors. He couldn’t handle seeing his friends reach new heights in NXT, and he calls him out and says he’ll go beyond breaking him and calls him a traitorous son of a bitch.

Melo doesn’t answer, but Donovan Dijak does.

He says he bets Ilja saw what he did to Joe Gacy and he likes to call himself unbesiegbar, but sitting here with his broken nose he has to be feeling at least a little besiegbar, no? He learned what it takes to break a man who thinks he’s unbreakable, Dragunov fires back but Dijak cuts him off with a punch to the nose and we got a brawl!

Security manages to pull them apart with Ilja’s face bloody again.

Jacy Jayne and Thea Hail are backstage talking up the success of the Chase U pinup calendar when Thea realizes Riley Osborne’s match is next and she should go watch it. Jacy advises her against it, saying he’s already her valentine and she’ll come off desperate and Hail decides to go along with Operation: Hard to Get.

Lexis King makes his entrance and we go to break.


Back from commercial, Robert Stone and Von Wagner are chatting about Von’s loss to Noam Dar.

Stone says losing the match isn’t the worst part, he hates the way his kids were treated. The kids pop up and suggest he fight Noam Dar and a “tag team!” chant breaks out and Robert agrees to it, one of his kids suggesting a sneak attack.

Lexis King vs. Riley Osborne

Feeling out, trading chops and Osborne gets the better of the exchange and dropkicks King to the floor! Off the ropes, corkscrew dive, on the apron, trading kicks and Lexis shoves Riley off and into the announce desk! Osborne on the comeback, Chase U cheering for him as he goes up top but King cuts him off with a superkick! Hanging him off the top rope...

Lexis King wins by pinfall with an avalanche Coronation.

Backstage, Kiana James and Izzi Dame are holding court and talking trash about Kelani Jordan when the girl that’s been hanging out with Edris Enofe and Malik Blade rolls up with a beverage and Izzi requisitions it from her for Kiana. James suddenly remembers she doesn’t like coffee and pours it out, to the poor girl’s shock.

In the ring, Carmelo Hayes sits with bloodshot eyes as “You’re not HIM” chants rain down.

He says the villain is always the villain when the hero tells the story, but why doesn’t anyone want to hear his story? He says he and Trick had an agreement that he’d go after the main title while Trick went after the North American Championship, but then Williams bought into his own hype and became mistaken that they were on the same level, and when he tried to take what belongs to Hayes, he knew he had to do what he did.

The million dollar question that everyone wants to know, did he attack Trick Williams? You’re damn right he did. And he’d do it again if he crosses him or—

Trick’s music plays, but he doesn’t enter, and Carmelo says he’s in the hospital with Booker T and he will be for a long time, and he talks up his bonafides and says he and Trick aren’t the same. We got so caught up in headlines we pushed our boy to the sidelines, but nothing happens on this brand without getting run past Carmelo Hayes.

Trick wanted to be like him so bad, but at the end of the day he’s just a trick. “Screw you, Melo, screw you!” chants rain down and Hayes says Trick was never his equal, only ever his hype man, and that’s all he’ll ever be.

We get the “man has three faces” cryptic vignette again and we go to break.


Back from commercial, we get an Oba Femi vignette.

Riley Osborne is walking backstage dejected by his loss when he runs into Thea Hail and Jacy Jayne. Thea plays hard to get when he asks why she wasn’t out there, claiming she has “lots of grown woman stuff to do” but she reaffirms that she’s going on a date with him for Valentine’s Day.

Lola Vice vs. Roxanne Perez

Perez with a Lou Thesz Press into mounted punches, Vice bails to the floor, Roxanne dives on her! Trading punches in the middle of the ring, knee, off the ropes, uppercut and a flying forearm from the Prodigy! Uppercut in the corner, mounted punches follow and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Vice in control, whip into a knee, double jump moonsault, Perez gets some breathing room and applies an arm-trap crossface but Lola rolls right into a pin! Roxanne with a wheelbarrow facebuster but Vice locks a sleeper hold on! Perez fights to her feet and backs her into the corner to break the hold!

Pop Rox denied, Tatum Paxley appears with Vice’s spent contract acting like she’s gonna cash in and it’s enough for Perez...

Roxanne Perez wins by pinfall with Pop Rox.

Meta-Four are interviewed backstage and Lash Legend says nobody’s worried about “wide-eyed rookie” Wren Sinclair.

Jakara Jackson says they’re gonna end her career before it starts and Fallon Henley should know better. Asked about Von Wagner and Robert Stone’s challenge, Noam Dar laughs and says they’re the dream team around her.

No Quarter Catch Crew roll up to give Dar crap for fighting someone he’s already beaten.

Henley and Sinclair make their entrance and we go to break.


Fallon Henley & Wren Sinclair vs. Meta-Four (Jakara Jackson & Lash Legend)

Henley and Legend to start, trading slaps, Fallon with a sleeper hold, Sinclair tags in and comes in with a diving crossbody but Lash catches her! Henley helps her complete it with a dropkick, only two! Jackson tags in, Meta-Four take over and work her over at some length.

Henley with a hot tag, big spin-out facebuster on Jackson... SO CLOSE! Fallon throat-first into the ropes, tags made, Lash gets the better of her...

Meta-Four win by pinfall with a powerbomb from Lash Legend on Wren Sinclair.

Backstage, Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen are catching up and they talk about Fallon’s match and how they’re all doing their own thing but Jensen cuts him off as he goes to leave and says he’s lost without them and he doesn’t know how to do it and he’s struggling and he needs them.

Briggs pulls him close and says being sad isn’t gonna help, he’s not a kid anymore and he shoves him into the wall, telling him to stand on his own feet and he can either sit and cry like he is right now or he can grow some balls and wake up.

Ilja Dragunov makes his entrance and we go to break.


Back from commercial, Jaida Parker is chatting with Ava Raine.

She asks for Adrianna Rizzo one-on-one next week and Ava agrees as long as her boys aren’t at ringside since the Family have a title defense so they won’t be at ringside either. Jaida agrees and leaves.

Ridge Holland rolls up to demand a match against Gallus but Ava won’t give him a handicap, but she’ll give him them one-by-one but if he loses to any of them it’s over. He accepts and leaves.

Donovan Dijak vs. Ilja Dragunov

Hammering strikes out the gates, Dragunov gets a German suplex and hangs onto the waistlock, frustrating Dijak as he rolls him into a second German suplex! Donovan fights back, strikes in the corner, Ilja hammering chops to back him off, big boot in the corner! Dragunov up top, Dijak cuts him off!

To the floor, Donovan looking under the apron, hesitating, Ilja with a chop and Dijak drops him with a punch to the nose as we go to break!

Back from commercial, headbutt breaks Dragunov free, trading shots, enzuigiri misses and Dijak slams him face-first into the mat! Backbreaker rack, Feast Your Eyes blocked, going chop for forearm, Ilja off the ropes, big boot for superkick, pump kick for Cyclone Kill and Dragunov is down and out!

Enzuigiri, Ilja gets under him, fireman’s carry, blood trickling down his cheek, Tall Don claws his broken nose but Dragunov keeps it together... BLU-RAY! Ilja off the top, diving senton... SO CLOSE! In the corner, working Dijak over, facewash blasts him! Chops in the corner, machine gun chops, Donovan grabs his jaw and blasts him with a rising knee! Chokeslam connects... STILL NO!

Dragunov with headbutts to break a goozle, rolling chops to the chest and back, Constantine Special blocked with a huge lariat! Springboard elbow drop but Dijak is hurting and Ilja blasts him with a running knee! Joe Gacy appears from under the ring with a boxing glove on a stick and pokes Dijak in the face with it!

Dragunov charges in...

Ilja Dragunov wins by pinfall with the H Bomb.

Post-match, Carmelo Hayes appears out of nowhere and chop blocks Dragunov! Mounted punches, beating him down, Melo picks the NXT Championship up and waits... BLASTING ILJA IN THE HEAD WITH THE GOLD!

Hayes stands tall.

That’s the show, folks.

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