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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: It’s the last episode before Vengeance Day! Champs Roxanne Perez and Bron Breakker will look to finish strong after their challengers got the better of them last Tuesday. Plus, The Dyad, Edris Enof? & Malik Blade, and Andre Chase & Duke Hudson battle for a spot in Saturday night’s 4Way for The New Day’s Tag titles, Cora Jade tangles with Lyra Valkyria, Jinder Mahal lets Indus Sher loose against The Creeds, Stevie Turner makes her 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!


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Creed Brothers (Brutus & Julius Creed) vs. Indus Sher (Sanga & Veer Mahaan)

Off the ropes, ducking and dodging, Veer with body blows, throwing Julius into the turnbuckles! Tag to Sanga, Creed gets away and tags his brother in! Brutus going hard for a takedown, quick tags from the big Indians, bowling him over with a shoulder and hammering him with an elbow drop!

Creed stampedes Veer into the turnbuckles, tag to Julius, hammering away at him, big double hip toss! The rally only last so long, Julius is caught out, Sanga trying to grind him down with a reverse chinlock, following it up with sort of an inverted bulldog headlock elbow drop and hammering Creed in the corner with strikes!

Cartwheel slam for some separation, Julius fired up and Jinder Mahal runs interference! Ivy Nile gets in his face, Sanga whips Julius across and his momentum knocks Nile off the apron! Creed gets taken down with a lariat, Sanga capitalizes…

Indus Sher wins by pinfall with a chokeslam.

Tyler Bate is chatting with Axiom backstage and he says he reminds him of A-Kid. Axiom says he gets that a lot and pitches a match tonight.

Damon Kemp rolls up to talk about how friendly competition makes him sick and European wrestling is overrated and A-Kid particularly is hot garbage.

Indi Hartwell gets an inset video explaning how this match against Zoey Stark came about, with Indi holding court with the locker room about her Royal Rumble experience when Zoey rolls up to mock her for getting eliminated.

Indi Hartwell vs. Zoey Stark

Stark in control early, grinding Hartwell down, kneeling armbar, slingshot Arabian press senton atomico, mounted punches, snapmare into a cravate! Indi powers up, big nearfall, but Zoey does a sidestep…

Zoey Stark wins by pinfall with the overrotated back suplex facebreaker deal.

Post-match, Stark rains mounted punches down and Sol Ruca runs in to make the save!

The Schism get a promo where they talk about how they’re going to win the qualifier tonight and then win the tag titles at Vengeance Day.

Wes Lee is hanging out backstage and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Apollo Crews cuts a promo about his 2/3 falls match at Vengeance Day and his battle plan to defeat Carmelo Hayes.

Wes Lee makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He says we’re four days from NXT being back on the road and they’re swinging through Charlotte, North Carolina for Vengeance Day. It’s a big day, literally for him, because Donovan Dijak is his biggest challenge. Dijak claims to be serving justice, but ultimately he just wants the title on Lee’s shoulder.

Saturday will be tough, he’s gonna take an asswhooping, but the Cardiac Kid will rise as your North American Champion.

Enter Donovan Dijak.

He tells Lee to soak it all in and enjoy these moments because these are his final days as NXT North American Champion. It was a real empassioned speech he gave but it’s not gonna make a bit of difference, and he was too stupid to just hand the title over while he could.

So on Saturday he’s gonna be staring at the biggest, baddest man in the entire locker room, and he’s gonna rip the title from his hands. Wes says that’s exactly what he’s gonna have to do, and it’s easier said than done. He didn’t win the title by accident, he fought for it, every trial and tribulation.

When he felt he couldn’t go any further, the support of the fans showed him he could reach levels he never dreamed of, and on Saturday, Dijak won’t just be fighting he’ll, he’ll be fighting everyone on the Wes Side. Donovan says he might be fighting for them, but they damn sure won’t be fighting for him.

Enter Von Wagner, with Robert Stone with him.

Stone says Dijak ain’t the biggest and baddest, because he must have forgotten about Von Wagner. Wagner says the only injustice is the way he’s been overlooked, and Dijak says he has no issue with Von. Lee stirs the pot and says come Tuesday we’ll need a new number one contender and suggests a match between Wagner and Dijak tonight where Von can establish son bonafides.

Donovan shoves Wes aside and starts hammering Wagner with punches! Von runs him off, referees swarm to separate them, and we have a match!

Donovan Dijak vs. Von Wagner

Wagner lands a big fallaway slam and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Dijak gets a nearfall off a lariat. Hammering Wagner with elbows, straight suplex into the turnbuckles, big boot counters a Cyclone Kill but Von can’t put Donovan away! Dijak on the comeback, sitout chokeslam… NOT ENOUGH! Up in the turnbuckles, jockeying for position, Von with underhooks… AVALANCHE BUTTERFLY BODYSLAM FOR TWO!

Up for the Olympic Slam, Dijak slips out, backhammer chinlock, my cable freezes and comes back up on the pin…

Donovan Dijak wins by pinfall.

Backstage, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo is complaining to Tony D’Angelo about Donovan Dijak.

Tony tells him not to worry and Stacks says he’s taking care of both things and next week it’s on. D’Angelo says they’re gonna go take care of that other thing and they walk off together.

Commentary gives us an update on Nikkita Lyons, indicating her surgery was successful.

Backstage, McKenzie Mitchell analyzes the footage from the parking lot last week and we go to break.

Back from commercial, we get a video package for Bron Breakker vs. Grayson Waller at Vengeance Day.

Axiom vs. Tyler Bate

Circling, collar and elbow, shot off, Bate goes under, test of strength, quick takedown into a pin for a nearfall. Off the ropes, roll-through arm drag, into a top wristlock, grinding Axiom down. Float over, whip blocked, another arm drag and Tyler keeps the top wristlock going!

A little back and forth, both men crash to the floor and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Bate with the airplane spin, fading but rising up and going back into a fresh set of spins out into a Death Valley Driver… NOPE! Axiom with a bodyscissors sleeper, Tyler breaks away, slap gets a superkick but the Big Strong Boy capitalizes into a rana pin… SO CLOSE!

Bop and Bang set up the rebound lariat, underhooks, back body drop reverses but Bate bridges out of it! Axiom forces him back down but Tyler powers up! Reverse into a Frankensteiner this time, almost, back with the underhooks…

Tyler Bate wins by pinfall with the Tyler Driver ’97.

Post-match, Bate offers a handshake and Axiom accepts, but Damon Kemp blindsides them and lays the luchador out with a backbreaker! Tyler runs him off!

Isla Dawn gets a video package inducting Alba Fyre into her house with a magical ceremony in front of a camp fire.

We see Roxanne Perez and her challengers getting mic’d up for an interview and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams are interviewed backstage.

Trick says he’s shaking like booty meat on a Friday night, but not because he’s scared, it’s just cold in here. But he is worried about Apollo Crews, and Hayes tells him to come to Vengeance Day anwyay. He says Apollo can’t touch the level he’s on, and until he beats him 2/3 falls, he can never be Him.

Now we go to the satellite interview featuring Roxanne Perez, Gigi Dolin, and Jacy Jayne.

Perez talks about being in the Royal Rumble and Jayne mocks her and says she’s not going to WrestleMania, she’s going to lose her title on Saturday. Roxanne says they act like they’re best friends but they said a lot of truth during their fake split last week, and the Toxics cut her legs out from under her mocking her relentlessly.

They say it’s two against one on Saturday and her fifteen minutes of fame are over. Perez storms off and the Toxics finish the interview and they’re confident that one of them is gonna walk out as champion, although they can’t quite agree on who.

Perez attacks from out of nowhere and they brawl so hard they destroy the set!

Dani Palmer vs. Stevie Turner

Turner with a wristlock, quick to a stalemate. a boot pastes Palmer in the ropes, neckbreaker follows and she grinds her down with a chinlock. Dani breaks free, off the ropes with a Lou Thesz Press, follow-up denied and Stevie blasts her with a pump kick and follows it with a DDT!

Wristlock, getting under her…

Stevie Turner wins by pinfall with a Side Effect.

Backstage, Kiana James is talking to someone named Zack and says she’ll see him soon.

Fallon Henley rolls up to yell at her, accusing her of breaking Brooks Jensen’s heart.

The tag team champs Kayden Carter & Katana Chance roll up to taunt them about their lack of experience as a team. Henley and James are united in saying they’re not letting this opportunity slip away, and Fallon says she wants to stay focused for Saturday but this conversation is not over.

Charlie Dempsey vs. Drew Gulak

Gulak going after a headlock early, Dempsey reverses, trapping the arm band bracing Drew’s face with his forearm. Gualk to a front chancery, Charlie reverses to a wristlock and they stalemate to send us to break!

Back from commercial, Dempsey with a guillotine choke, transfering into a backslide for two, butterfly suplex into a cover for two and then the Fujiwara armbar briefly! Everest German suplex into the bridge… NOPE! Chickenwings, Dempsey slings him off, inverted dragon screw denied but a normal one connects and Charlie goes for a kneebar.

Gulak breaks free, discus lariat for two! Dempsey with a pump kick, sleeper reversed, Ode to Jim Breaks but Charlie rolls through! Crossface chickenwing, he doesn’t have all of it, Drew fighting for the ropes, Dempsey takes a knee for leverage and falls back to the mat!

Drew rolls to his knees, Hank Walker cheering him and Gulak slings Dempsey into Walker by accident! Schoolboy in the aftermath… IT’S OVER!

Drew Gulak wins by pinfall with a schoolboy pin.

Backstage, Von Wagner is furious and throwing benches around and Robert Stone says this isn’t working.

Stone admits he doesn’t know who Von is and they can’t get him to the next level unless Wagner shows him who he is inside. He yells “Help me help you!” at him a few times and walks off leaving Von contemplative.

The Schism make their entrance to send us to break.

Chase U (Andre Chase & Duke Hudson) vs. Edris Enofe & Malik Blade vs. the Dyad (Jagger Reid & Rip Fowler) (NXT Tag Team Championship Qualifying Match)

Fowler and Hudson to start, collar and elbow, whip reversed into a slam, tag to Chase. Off the ropes, drop toehold sets up an elbow drop, only two. Rip backs off into the corner and tags Enofe in hard! Circling, collar and elbow, arm wringer, arm drag reversed, Andre with La Casita for two.

Oklahoma roll reversed, Chase gets a two count and declares it a teachable moment. Off the ropes, drop down, dropkick, Enofe fired up, over-the-back arm drag with a blind tag in there, drop toehold, leaping lariat, cover for one! Off the ropes, duck a lariat, Reid with a blind tag and he lays punches in on Chase.

Booting Andre to the floor, spike Tombstone piledriver on the floor and Chase turtles up! Fowler smashes his face into the apron, back inside, back suplex slam, cover for two! Grinding Andre down at length, he gets away and wants the tag but Hudson isn’t on the apron!

Sidestep Fowler on the charge, Chase is out of options and tries to tag Enofe or Blade in only for the Dyad to clear the apron! Tag to Reid, back suplex sets up a powerbomb / lungblower… ANDRE CHASE WON’T STAY DOWN! Hot tag to Hudson, cleaning house with forearms, a side slam, jabs and a little Bionic Elbow! Hard whip, Reid with the Flair Flip and Duke blasts him to the floor with a boot!

Back inside, shoulder block, slingshot German suplex… NOPE! Duke tuning up the band, Blade tags in on him, dives aplenty! Big elbow from Edris, fireman’s carry, Malik off the ropes, neckbreaker / fallaway slam… EVERYBODY BREAKS IT UP! Blade and Enofe with stereo dives, putting Reid back inside, Edris perches but Jagger cuts him off.

Climbing up with him, Malik joins the fray but Fowler pulls him down and throws him into the steel steps! Rip up with his partner, Chase tags in… TOWER OF DOOM! Andre fired up, C-H-A-S-E-U stomps on Jagger! Ava Raine up on the apron to run interference, Reid clobbers Chase but Thea Hail takes Raine out!

Jagger charges in, sidestep the dropkick, tag to Duke, Gory Special position, roll-over reverse STO…

Chase U win by pinfall with an assisted float-over reverse STO on Jagger Reid, earning a spot in the NXT Tag Team Championship match at Vengeance Day.

Chase U celebrate with their usual vigor and intensity as Gallus look on from the crowd in disgust.

Pretty Deadly appear on the stage to do scary fingers.

New Day appear via the tron excited to see Chase U in the match. They tell each of the teams that they’ll see them at Vengeance Day.

We get a video with “Heartbreak Man” Shawn Michaels voiceover hyping Vengeance Day up.

That’s the show, folks.


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