WWE NXT Results: September 19, 2018


Velveteen Dream Returns to NXT, Set to Face Finn Balor Next Week

Velveteen Dream made a surprise return to NXT Television this week, as he was revealed to be the mystery participant in the...

Randy Orton Reportedly Could Walk Out as WWE Champion at SummerSlam

Drew McIntyre defends his WWE Championship against Randy Orton next weekend at SummerSlam. While McIntyre has had a fantastic run as Champion...

WWE Instructed Talents to Hold Back Against Shayna Baszler on Raw Underground

RAW Underground was back with yet another chapter this week as Shayna Baszler invaded the Underground scene to maker her presence felt...

CM Punk Takes a Shot at WWE for Seemingly Recycling a Major Storyline

Seth Rollins became The Monday Night Messiah after he lost the Universal Championship to The Fiend a few months ago, a character...

Lacey Evans and Aliyah def. Dakota Kai and Deonna Purrazzo 

Aliyah works on Purrazzo’s arm. Purrazzo manages to break free and tags in Kai. Kai with some forearms and big boots to Aliyah, cover, and Evans breaks it up. Evans slyly manages a blind tag as Kai rolls up Aliyah. Evans hits the Women’s Right on Kai for the 1-2-3.

Evan’s and Aliyah’s attitude may not be likeable to many but there is no denying about the potency of this team



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Jaxson Ryker def. Humberto Carrillo

A squash match for Ryker making his NXT in-ring debut. Ryker with the reverse facelock at the ringside, sends Carrillo into the ring. Carrillo manages to unload a few boots on Ryker’s face. Carrillo attempts a springboard, but Ryker swats him out of the air. Ryker hits the Slingshot Powerbomb on his opponent to score the pinfall.


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NXT North American Champion Ricochet vs. NXT UK Champion Pete Dunne (Champion vs. Champion Match)

NXT’s first-ever Champion vs. Champion Match. For over 20 minutes, both men beat the hell out of the other in pursuit of becoming a dual champion.

Ricochet on the top rope, Dunne follows and targets his injured arm. Ricochet manages to throw in a few punches and performs a hurricanrana off the top rope. Ricochet attempts a springboard 450 splash, but Dunne counters and locks his opponent in a triangle submission. Ricochet reverses it into a powerbomb.

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Dunne locks in the Kimura Lock and snaps Ricochet’s fingers for added leverage. The One and Only counters yet again and deadlifts The Bruiserweight into a brainbuster. Both men are out of gas. Out comes Undisputed ERA (Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong) and ambushes both champions to cause a DQ finish. War Raiders come to the rescue and chase the ERA to the back.







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Lana Reveals Intimate Details Regarding The Tank Used at WrestleMania 31

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Ric Flair Was Originally Set to Remain With Randy Orton Through SummerSlam

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WWE SummerSlam 2020 Location Update, Creative Issues With Payback

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