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Kassius Ohno def. Kona Reeves
Reeves taunts Ohno and gets punched right in the face. Ohno delivers a knee to the forehead, Reeves makes a comeback with a back elbow followed by a double axe handle off the top rope. Reeves goes for the pin, two. Reeves attempts the Hawaiian drop but Ohno blasts him with the rolling elbow for the 1-2-3.
The Forgotten Sons def. Street Profits
Ford tags in Dawkins who runs through his opponents, striking and slamming them. Cutler blasts Dawkins into the steps, but Ford comes in with a penalty kick (that seems to bust Cutler’s nose). Back in the ring, Ford hits Blake with a big DDT, but The Mighty (masked) appear at the ringside and try to run away with their cups. Ford unmasks Shane Thorne but the debuting Sons blast in to capitalise on the distraction and deliver a double-team combo for the pinfall.
The investigation is on
Heavy Machinery are inside NXT General Manager William Regal’s office. Regal asks what they know about the Aleister Black parking lot attack. Tucker says the only thing they had seen that the video missed was Tommaso Ciampa being present near Black’s body.
Kairi Sane def. Trish Adora
Sane avoids an axe kick and quickly gains the upper hand. Adora grabs the ropes to escape from a stretch muffler. Sane trash-talks but Adora respond with a forearm. Adora attempts the power bomb but Sane slips out and hits the Sliding D for the win.
Post-match Shayna Baszler walks out to cut short The Pirate Princess’ celebration. Both women in the ring, Baszler floors Sane with a clothesline but the NXT Women’s Champion fires back with an elbow strike and drives her opponent out of the ring with an Interceptor spear.
Velveteen Dream def. Johnny Gargano
A classic matchup featuring Johnny Gargano battling between his good and evil side.
Gargano sets Dream up for the DDT off the apron, but his eyes fall on a “Johnny Wrestling” sign held by a kid in the audience. Gargano lets go of the hold, walks up to to the kid and makes an apology.
Back in the ring, Johnny torn apart in a mind game: he struggles with whether or not to lower his knee pad and deliver the Dream a la Ciampa. Decision made to hold back. But Dream taunts Johnny calling him “Johnny Failure”. Gargano’s fire reignited, he looks for the running knee, but charges straight into the Dream Valley Driver. Dream pins Gargano to score his biggest victory to date.
Post-match, crowd chants “Johnny Failure/Johnny Wrestling”. A shell-shocked Gargano heads out off to the side instead of walking up the ramp. A loud “Hey, hey, hey, goodbye!” chant follows that quickly transitions to a “Johnny!” chant.