NXT Results – 10/9/19

 

 

 

 

NXT Results – 10/9/19
Orlando, Florida
Full Sail University
Commentary Team: Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness and Beth Phoenix

NXT Cruiserweight Championship
LIO RUSH VS DREW GULAK:

Rush avoids a Shotgun Dropkick and hits Rush Hour for a near fall, Tope Suicida, Asai Moonsault, Slingshto, but Gulak catches him, and slams him to the mat, Running Corner Lariat for a 2 count, Rush with a rollup for a near fall, but Gulak fotas right into a Rings of Saturn, Rush fights out, Gulak with a La Magistral for a near fall, Body Slam for a 2 count, he sets Rush up top, Rush fight him off, but Gulak with a Leaping Enzugiri sends Rush crashing to the floor, Rush lights Gulak up with Shoot Kicks, Gulak takes Rush’s head off with a Lariat for a near fall, Gulak tries a flash pin, but Rush counters for a 2 count, Rush goes for a Come-Up, but Gulak counters into The Gu-Lock, Rush turns it into a flash pin for a near fall, Dragon Sleeper of his own, Gulak fights out & hits The Cylone Crash, but Rush gets his foot on the rope, Gulak with another cover for a 2 count, he sets Rush up top, Rush fights him off & hits The Final Hour, Come-Up, up top & hits The Final Hour to win the Cruiserweight Title

WINNER & NEW NXT CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPION: LIO RUSH

Regal was there to put the title around Rush’s waist, Gulak take she belt & personally hands it to Rush and shakes his hand before leaving

Video package on Finn Balor focusing on his first NXT run

Video package on Tegan Nox, she’s done being hurt & is coming for everyone, she makes her in-ring return next week

RHEA RIPLEY VS ALIYAH W/VANESSA BORNE:

Aliyah digs her claws into Rhea’s back, Ripley answers back with multipleShort-Arm Lariats, Elevated Kondo Clutch, she swings her around then sits out, she nearly breaks Aliyah in half to the point Aliyah’s own foot is nearly touching the back of her head (similar to what Cheerleader Melissa has done to MsChif in the past) and gets a quick submission win

WINNER: RHEA RIPLEY

The Mosh Pit Kid grabs a mic, puts over NXT Women’s champ Shayna Baszler, but reminds The Queen of Spades she hasn’t made her nap, snap or tap. Rhea is coming for the belt

Breezango no longer police, now men at work were scheduled to face Ever-Rise, but Jaxson Ryker drags the unconscious bodies of Ever-Rise on the stage & now it looks like the Forgotten Sons are taking their spot

BREEZANGO VS THE FORGOTTEN SONS W/JAXSON RYKER:

Blake with a Slingshot Senton on Breeze for a 2 count, Double Sambo Suplex Backbreaker for a 2 count, they try it again, but Beeze blocks, Fandango with a Falcon Arrow on Blake for a 2 count, Breezango looks for the kill, but Cutler takes Fandango off the apron before they could hit The Fashion Faux Pas, Breeze with a Cheeky Nandos Kick, Fandango with a Sunet Flip, Beeze looks to load up for the Supermodel Kick, but Ryker posts him, Fandango wipes out Ryker with a Tope con Hilo, Blake wipes out Fandango with a Tope Suicida, back in the ring, Sons with a Bucklebomb on Cutler’s knees then they set up for the kill, The Inverted DDT/Inverted Curb Stomp Combo they call it The Memory Remains for the win

WINNERS: THE FORGOTTEN SONS

Keith Lee promos over a video package of his feud with Dominick Dijakovic. This is a battle for the future, and when they face off again next week, Dijakovic will have no choice but to bask in his glory

BOA VS CAMERON GRIMES:

Grimes points out something to the ref, ref goes to see, Grimes hits The Leaping Mushroom Stomp (say goodnight Mr Boa) for another lightning fast win

WINNER: CAMERON GRIMES

Grimes exits the ring fast as we now see what he was pointing out to the ref, Killian Dain was marching to the ring, Boa isn’t so lucky as Dain beats him to a pulp and hits a pair of Vader Bombs then slams him on the announce table, Dain tells the announcers that this is just the beginning

Damien Priest promos over highlights of Pete Dunne and his attack of the Bruiserweight. He attacked him to get more attention cause he’s “not out here trying to live in infamy”. Thanks to taking out the former NXT UK champ, his name will live forever

RODERICK STRONG VS ISAIAH ‘SWERVE’ SCOTT:

Swerve with a Jumping Spin Kick for a near fall, Gourdbuster followed by a Cartwheel Splash for a 2 count, Dropkick for a 2 count, Roddy lights Swerve up his hard chops, Swerve with a Barrel Roll, but Roddy catches him with a Cradle Backbreaker, Belly to Belly Backbreaker for a 2 count, Roddy up to the second, Swerve with a Superkick then an Elevated DDT for a 2 count as the rest of Undisputed ERA make their way down to ringside, Roddy blocks the JML Driver, Swerve with a Release German Suplex, Barrel Roll Complete Shot then a Jumping Superkick for a near fall, Swerve up top, Roddy rolls to the apron, Swerve with a Superkick, leaves Roddy hanging, Swerve with a Slingshot Swerve Stomp to the floor, ERA with a distraction, Roddy sees an opening, Knockout Knee, Busaiku Knee, End of Heartache and holds on going right into The Strong Hold & Swerve taps out

WINNER: RODERICK STRONG

ERA helps up Roddy, Cole puts over Swerve as great, but not good enough to measure up to ERA. That’s why everyone from Balor to Tommaso Ciampa show up here to try to prove they can hang with the ERA. But they’re just dreaming if they think they can.

Did someone say Dream? Velveteen is on the ‘tron, and then on the elevated platform. He puts up the Shawn Michaels’ Playgirl photoshotpped pic Roddy posted of himself with the belt, and says in two weeks when he gets a chance to win the belt back, he’ll prove it’s Strong who doesn’t measure up. He snaps his fingers and the belt disappears from the picture to show a very small blurred out phallus with a buster sign over it.

But that’s not all. Tommaso Ciampa is here! He stalks to the ring as ERA bails and stands on the ramp. The Sicilian Psychopath turns a chair around and sits. The man who never lost it addresses the belt, “Goldy. Daddy’s home.” He drops the mic and stares down the champ and his faction

Video package on the WALTER/KUSHIDA match

Cathy Kelley is waiting to get a comment from Ciampa when Angel Garza shoots his shot! Tommaso shows up and Kelley rushes over, but Garza cuts off her question. He spits some trash talk en espanol, and Ciampa knocks him out with a short elbow. Cathy asks him what Angel said, and the former champ says “I have no idea” and walks off

DAKOTA KAI VS BIANCA BELAIR:

Kai with a Penalty Kick then a Standing Double Stomp, PK from the apron for a 2 count, Belair launches Kai into the turnbuckle, Bealair with a Running Shoulder Block for a 2 count, Kai with a Small Package for a 2 count, Belair with a Gutbuster for a 2 count, Kai with a Socrpion Kick, Running Dropkick, Yakuza Kick with Belair close to the apron, Ax Kick, Kaio Kick for a near fall, Running Monkey Flip into a Meteora for a near fall, rollup for a near fall, Pump Kick countered into a Double Chickenwing, Belair with a Running Shooting Star for a near fall, another cover for a near fall, Alley-Ooop countered into a Sunset Flip for a near fall, Crucifix Pin for a near fall, Kai with a Pump Kick, she goes for another, but Belair counters into The KOD for the win

WINNER: BIANCA BELAIR

Belair says if Rhea wants a shot at Shayna then Ripley has to go through her first

Dijakovic gets a chance to respond to The Limitless. It feels like they’re destined to fight forever. He’s studied Keith Lee, and knows his limits and secrets.

Video package on Finn Balor focusing on his main roster run & his return to NXT

Pete Dunne talks Damien Priest. When he showed up in WWE, Triple H told him to make a name for himself, so he gets what Priest was doing. But he’s not gonna let the Archer make his name off him. He also doesn’t know how he’ll shot arrows with broken fingers. Dunne’s not done after his record-setting UK title reign. He knew when he came to NXT he’d have to go through some people. Now he knows who he’ll start with. They’ll fight next week

KUSHIDA VS WALTER:

KUSHIDA slips on the rope & WALTER with a Big Boot, Torture Half Crab, but KUSHIDA makes it to the rope, WALTER with a hard chop, KUSHIDA counters the Powerbomb into a DDT, KUSHIDA snaps the arm over the rope, Sunset Flip to the floor, but WALTER blocks and stomps KUSHIDA, Chops, WALTER charges but KUSHIDA evades & WALTER hits the post, KUSHIDA with a Barrel Roll DDT off the apron to the floor, both men back in at 9, KUSHIDA with a Pele, Sakuraba Lock blocked, Gojira Clutch, but KUSHIDA maeks it to the rope, O’Connor Roll with a Jackknife cover, WALTER back to the Gojira Clutch, KUSHIDA counters into a Juji-Gatame, WALTER fights out, KUSHIDA with a Small package for a 2 count, WALTER with a Big Boot, Release German Suplex, Half-Nelson Wrist-Clutch Suplex for a near fall, up top, but KUSHIDA cuts him off, KUSHIDA with Hoverboard Lock Suplex and holds on to the hold, but WALTER is fighting, WALTER makes it the rope, Dropkick to the arm, Kawada Kicks, Hoverboard Lock blocked, WALTER with a Shotgun Dropkick, Release Powerbomb for a near fall, WALTER with a slap then finishes KUSHIDA with a Short-Arm Lariat for the win

WINNER: WALTER

Alexander Wolfe, Fabian Aichner & Marcel Barthel are on the stage waiting for their General. The announcers run down next week’s card: Keith Lee vs Dominik Dijakovic and Pete Dunne vs Damian Priest and then we go to Cathy Kelley for breaking news. Regal has added Angel Garza vs. Tommaso Ciampa to next week’s show, and Dream vs. Strong for the North American title is in two weeks