WWE NXT Results June 24, 2020

Here are your WWE NXT results from June 24, 2020. This week’s episode featured Keith Lee defending the North American Title against Finn Balor and Johnny Gargano in a Triple Threat match and more.

WWE NXT results:

Cameron Grimes def. Damien Priest:
An injured Priest limped his way to the ring for the opening match, as Grimes demanded a win by forfeit. Grimes picked up the win eventually with the Cave.

Robert Stone once again approached Rhea Ripley to join his band, but she refused and threw him in the trash. Aliyah walked up to Ripley and smacked her in the face, setting up a match.

Santos Escobar def. Jake Atlas:
The cruiserweight champion won his first match in his new gimmick by taking out Atlas with the Phantom Driver.

The Undisputed Era helped Roderick Strong get over his fear of Dexter Lumis, who looked ready to face his abductor in the ring.

Malcolm Bivens hyped up the Indus Sher, while the duo cut menacing promos in their native language.

Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez def. Kacy Catanzaro and Kayden Carter:
The faces showed a lot of heart but Kai’s new finisher was enough to get them the win. Post-match, Kai called out NXT Women’s Champion Io Shirai.

Karrion Kross def. Bronson Reed:
Reed tried his best but a barrage of suplexes followed by the Kross Jacker was enough to put him down. Kross and Bordeaux posed in the ring, sending a warning to Adam Cole.

Rhea Ripley def. Aliyah: The powerhouse took down Aliyah with the Riptide, despite Stone’s attempts to help his client.

Dexter Lumis def. Roderick Strong by Countout:
Strong could never enter the ring and face Lumis, and he retreated to the back as the referee counted him out.

William Regal set up a Handicap Match between Ripley and Stone/Aliyah for next week with a speculation that Ripley has to join the Robert Stone Brand if she loses.

NXT North American Championship| Keith Lee(c) def. Finn Balor and Johnny Gargano:
A fantastic match saw Lee retain after hitting the Big Bang Catastrophe on Gargano. Cole and Lee had a moment together in the ring post-match.