Welcome to eWrestling.com’s WWE NXT On USA Network! Results for the November 18, 2020 edition of the WWE’s black and gold brand!
Tonight’s edition of WWE NXT On USA Network comes to you LIVE from the WWE Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, FL kicking off at 8/7C on USA Network. Along with the action-packed episode’s full line-up, One of the most highly anticipated NXT Women’s Title matches in history takes place tonight as Io Shirai defends against former champion Rhea Ripley! Plus, NXT Champion Finn Bálor returns for the first time since NXT TakeOver 31, Johnny Gargano tries to regain the NXT North American Championship from Leon Ruff after last week’s shocking upset, and more. Catch it all tonight at 8/7 C on USA Network!
Featured below are the WWE NXT On USA Network results for Wednesday, November 18, 2020, written by eWrestling.com’s most popular female reporter, Jamie Rush. Follow me on Twitter @JamieRush312.
WWE NXT Results – (11/18/2020)
“WWE Forever” plays us in to tonight’s WWE NXT on the USA Network as the clock hits 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. We are welcomed to the WWE Capitol Wrestling Center arena and we immediately head into a title match to kick off the Wednesday, November 18, 2020 edition of WWE NXT on the USA Network!
NXT North American Championship
NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff vs. Johnny Gargano
Leon Ruff makes his way to the ring first as the NXT North American Champion for the first time since his win! (After Leon enters the ring, we see a recap of Ruff winning the match against Gargano last week after the “Spin the Wheel Challenger” challenge that was rigged by Gargano for what he thought would be an easy win.)
Gargano makes his way out next and proceeds to force officials to shut off the recap video. He says that last weeks was a fluke and Ruff is a pawn of Damian Priest. Gargano says that Ruff is a joke, but the joke is over tonight. Gargano cheap shots Ruff, but Ruff says that he is ready for the match. Gargano drives Ruff into the corner, then whips Ruff hard across the ring. Gargano picks up Ruff and lays into him with forearms and chops.
Ruff comes back with chops of his own, then strikes at Gargano’s midsection, then he evades Gargano’s suplex attempt, catching him with a dropkick, sending Gargano out of the ring. Ruff hits a dive over the top rope onto Gargano, then rolls Gargano into the ring. Ruff goes for the crucifix pin again, but Gargano blocks and takes out Ruff with a clothesline. Gargano lawn darts Ruff into the corner. Gargano picks up Ruff and lawn darts him again into the opposite corner. Gargano drags Ruff into the middle of the ring.
Gargano looks poised for a DIY style superkick, but is distracted by Damian Priest coming down the ramp. Ruff tries to roll up Gargano for the victory, but Gargano kicked out. Ruff lays out Gargano with a clothesline and goes for a splash from the top rope, but Gargano rolls out of the way and catches Ruff with a superkick.
Gargano picks up Ruff and hits him with a powerbomb. Gargano hits Ruff with One Final Beat and pins Ruff. Gargano had the match won, but Damian Priest pulls Ruff out of the ring. Ruff looks at Priest with a questioning look, and Priest says, “Sorry kid,” then knocks him out with a forearm to the face.
Winner: Leon Ruff
After the Match
It is announced that Leon Ruff wins by Disqualification, which coincidentally seems to have been Priest’s plan the entire time. Priest then proceeds to carry Ruff to the back, championship belt in hand.
Backstage – Cameron Grimes
We head backstage where Cameron Grimes is talking about how he isn’t scared of Dexter Lumis anymore, and he is going to beat Lumis in their upcoming match, right after this commercial.
Rhea Ripley Arrives
As we return from commercial break, we see a video of the badass Aussie, Rhea Ripley, who is shown arriving at the arena for her main event match later tonight.
Dexter Lumis vs. Cameron Grimes
Out first for this next match-up is Cameron Grimes as his music sounds in the Capitol Wrestling Center as Grimes makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring. Grimes removes his hat and hangs it on the ring post. Grimes looks up the ramp to the stage as he awaits his opponent. The eerie music of Dexter Lumis sounds next as Lumis makes his way to the stage, giving his blank soul-stealing stare to the camera, then makes his way down the ramp. Lumis joins Grimes inside the ring where Grimes insists that the bell doesn’t ring until Lumis’s blindfold is on.
The referee tells them both to put their blindfolds on. Lumis puts his blindfold on without a word. Grimes heads towards Lumis but the referee stops him and tells him once again to put his blindfold on. Grimes states, “I can’t SEE if I put it on!” (thank you captain obvious!) Again the referee reminds him to put the blindfold on, this time, Grimes complies. Meanwhile, Lumis stands on his side of the ring with a black bag over his head, not moving an inch. The referee signals for the bell and the match is officially underway!
Grimes has his black bag over his head as well, he runs and jumps at… nothing. Landing on the mat then immediately to his knees as he extends his arms with his hands spread out wide feeling for whatever he can find. Lumis continues to stand without moving yet. Grimey tries to take off his blindfold, but the ref chastises him. He misses a crossbody, and then runs crashing into the ropes and turnbuckles looking for Lumis. Lumis continues to just stand still, waiting to “feel” Grimes out.
Grimes swings at the air and then when he takes a swing at the ref, Lumis seems to sense him. Grimes gets in the corner and when he senses the ref is behind him he cold cocks him! Then he puts the boots to the official! He takes his mask off and Grimes thinks he has the upperhand. He goes for a Cave In, but Lumis sidesteps it and punches Grimes. He gets in some more offense with the blindfold on, but Grimes eventually accidentally takes the bag of his head. Grimes flees to the outside to try and escape. Lumis follows him to the outside and proceeds to slam Grimes off the barricade multiple times. Finally, Lumis throws him at the fence and Johnny catches it and climbs over to run away.
Backstage – General Manager William Regal and Damian Priest
We head backstage to see General Manager William Regal find Damian Priest to confront him. Priest apologizes, stating he got carried away, but Regal has to be sick of Johnny, too. Leon Ruff interrupts them – he’s mad that Damian treated him like a joke. If he’s gonna be champ, he has to defend the belt on his own. Priest apologizes to Ruff. Shockingly enough, Ruff slaps Priest in the mouth! Priest looks stunned, but Regal simply states, “You had that coming…”
We head into a video of Shotzi Blackheart in the parking garage of the stadium. Blackheart states to Candice LeRae she knows something Candice doesn’t… on Dec. 6, they are going to war! WarGames is coming, and it sounds like LeRae and Blackheart will pick teams for the main event.
Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell vs. Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter
We head into the ring where all four female competitors make their entrances to the ring and stand in their opposing corners. First in for their teams are Indi Hartwell and Kayden Carter to start this Women’s Tag-Team match-up. The referee signals for the bell and this match is officially underway! Carter goes for a takedown, but Hartwell blocks. Carter is able to drag Hartwell into her corner and tags in Kacy Catanzaro. Catanzaro and Carter tag in frequently and quickly, hitting a Kick and Senton combo, pinning Hartwell early on. Hartwell is able to kick out at two!
Hartwell quickly heads to her corner where she tags Candice in. Kacy takes Candice down with a dropkick, but Candice hits Kacy with a knee to the midsection. Candice whips Kacy into her corner, tagging in Indi. Indi stomps away at Kacy in the corner. Indi throws Kacy hard into the corner. Indi hits Kacy with a sidewalk slam, pinning her for two. Indi tags Candice in. Candice hits a scoop slam on Kacy and goes for a senton, but Kacy dodges and tags in Kayden Carter.
Carter takes Indi off the apron and lays into Candice with strikes to the chest. Kayden hits Candice with a scissor kick, pinning Candice for two. Carter goes for a facewash kick, but Candice pulls Carter’s hair, tossing her to the mat. Candice hits a suplex on Carter, then locks in a submission. Kacy tries to break up the submission, but Indi pulled Kacy out of the ring, hitting her with a big boot. Candice stomps on Carter, sending her face first into the mat, pinning her for the win.
Winners: Candice LeRae & Kacy Catanzaro
Video Package – Arturo Ruas
We head into a short video package highlighting Arturo Ruas, who will go head-to-head with Kushida next, after this commercial break.
Backstage (Side Door) – Io Shirai
Io Shirai is shown stepping in a side door as she is making her way into the WWE Capitol Wrestling Center as we return from the commercial break. Shirai has a look of confidence as she drags her luggage behind her down the hallway. We head back inside the arena…
Arturo Ruas vs. Kushida
Aleady in the ring as we return to the arena is Arturo Ruas as his music is wrapping up from his entrance. Next we see Kushida make his way to the stage as his music sounds in the arena. Kushida comes out in his red puffy vest with a look of confidence on his face as he makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring. Kushida climbs the turnbuckle and poses as his music ends. Kushida steps down and removes his vest as the lights return and the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins!
Both men head in at each other and a grappling war ensues as both continue to slide through one another and wrap each other up back and forth. Kushida finally with devastating kicks. Standing Kumora attempt by the competitor. A unique take-down sends Kushida to the mat. Another body blow has Kushida writhing in pain as he focuses on the arm and elbow of Kushida. Kushida shouts out in pain.
Commentary notes that standing by is McKenzie Mitchell as she breaks in with an announcement: “We’re still on the look out for Finn Balor who has yet to make his way to the arena. “He will have all the time he needs to address the NXT Universe” when he arrives. Kushida finally makes his way back to his feet as
Dropkick to the left knee. Kick to the arm, then to the head. Big Hip Toss followed by a Dropkick for the cover… two count! Kushida continues with the quick offense as he continues to hold the advantage in this match up.
Kushida is unable to completely lock in the hold. Ruas tries to pick Kushida’s ankle, but Kushida manages to block. Kushida then proceeds to bridge Ruas in a creative pin move for the three count pin and win!
Backstage Interview: Toni Storm and Ember Moon
We head backstage where both Storm and Moon are being interviewed about their upcoming tag team match against Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez. Moon and Storm talk about how they have a common enemy with Kai and Gonzalez, and they agree to put their differences aside to take out Kai and Gonzalez, and that match is up right after this commercial break.
Hype Package – Rhea Ripley vs. Io Shirai
As we return from commercial break, we are sent into a hype reel for the upcoming bout between Ripley and Shirai. Highlights leading up to tonight’s match up are shown. Next, we turn it over to the superstars backstage like Damian Priest, Timothy Thatcher, Triple H, Kushida, and Shawn Michaels are asked who they think will win, with everyone giving various answers, about even in the polls backstage!
Dakota Kai & Raquel Gonzalez vs. Ember Moon & Toni Storm
As Ember Moon and Toni Storm make their entrance, they are quickly stopped short by both Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez. Things finally get sorted out and the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings, and this match is officially underway! Both teams decide who to send in to start things off, and we end up with Gonzalez and Storm start. Big Tex puts the Aussie down, and Storm is isolated in the corner when Kai comes in. Kicks and face washes from Dakota in the corner, who goes for a cover. Inverted atomic drop and a basement drop kick get two for Toni. Back and forth, and Storm catches a PK attempt and gets a tag. Moon & Storm clear the ring as we go picture-in-picture.
Gonzalez and Storm start the match. They lock up, but Gonzalez has the strength advantage, taking Storm down with a shoulder tackle. She tags in Kai, who hits a facewash kick on Storm, then pins her for two. Kai tosses Storm in the corner, then shoves her boot in Storm’s face. Kai pins Storm for one. Kai picks up Storm, but Storm hits Kai with an atomic drop and a basement dropkick. Storm hits Kai with a suplex, then pins Kai for two.
Kai fights back, clubbing away at Storm’s back. Kai tries to kick Storm, but Storm ducks and tags in Moon. Moon goes after Gonzalez as Storm sends Kai out of the ring. Then, Storm joins Moon and they clothesline Gonzalez over the top rope and out of the ring as we go to commercial break.
We return from the commercial break where we see that Gonzalez is in control of Toni Storm in the ring. Gonzalez picks up Storm by the hair, but Storm takes Gonzalez down with a Head-scissors. Moon tags in, Kicking and Striking away at Gonzalez and Kai. Moon hits a Stomp and a Senton on Gonzalez.
Gonzalez receives a Kick to the face by Moon. Moon then hits a Diving Codebreaker on Gonzalez. Moon pins Gonzalez, but Kai breaks up the pin at two. Kai escapes the ring and Moon chases, but Gonzalez runs interference and hits Moon with a big boot to the face. Gonzalez tosses Moon back in the ring and pins her for two. Gonzalez picks up Moon and locks in a submission on Moon. Moon escapes, then dumps Moon out of the ring. Gonzalez gets back in and hits a pounce on Moon before Moon can make the tag.
Kai tags in and pins Moon for two. Moon is able to get to Storm and she tags in. Storm hits three German Suplexes on Kai, then a fisherman suplex, pinning Kai for two. Storm hits Gonzalez with a headbutt, and Moon comes in and hits a DDT on Gonzalez. Kai hits Moon with a Superkick, and Storm and Kai hit clotheslines on each other at the same time, both women falling to the mat.
Storm and Kai get to their feet and trade blows. Kai hits a facewash kick on Storm and Kai runs at Storm again, but Storm hits Kai with a big boot. Gonzalez tosses Storm into the ring post, and Moon hits a dive onto Gonzalez on the outside.
Kai quickly realizes that Moon is distracted and that Storm is laid out and looks to take advantage. Kai then tries to pick up Toni Storm, but Storm rolls Kai into an inside Cradle, for the three count pin and win.
Winners: Toni Storm and Ember Moon
After the Match
Moon and Storm retreat up the ramp, but Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae attack them from behind and toss them back into the ramp. Gonzalez hits each women with a single arm powerbomb, and Vic Joseph implies that LeRae is extending an olive branch to Kai and Gonzalez for War Games.
Outside – Pat McAfee, Pete Dunne, Danny Burch, and Oney Lorcan
Outside the arena, Pat McAfee, Pete Dunne, Danny Burch, and Oney Lorcan are shown arriving at the arena (aww, they’re a posse now!). McAfee says that they heard that Finn Balor was addressing the NXT Universe tonight, and the four of them are interested in what he has to say, so they enter the arena.
Backstage – Io Shirai
We head backstage where we see Io Shirai is warming up for her match with Ripley, as we head to commercials.
As we return from commercial break, we head into a quick announcement that includes a clip from NXT Takeover 31 where Finn Balor vs. Kyle O’Reilly led to Coup De Gras puts away Kyle O’Reilly to become the NXT Champion aftger suffering a broken jaw. We are reminded The Prince is expected to be here LIVE to announce what is on is mind, later tonight.
Timothy Thatcher vs. August Grey
The 225lbs Timothy Thatcher makes his way to the ring as his music sounds in the arena. August Grey who is a former student of the Timothy Thatcher School of Wrestling until he was thrown out. We are reminded by commentary that the two brawled last week, even taking out Dexter Lumis’s drawing. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and Grey immediately runs in at Thatcher. Thatcher and Grey are throwing Rights and Lefts. A Strong Left to the jaw of Thatcher rocks Thatcher. Grey looks for the Back Slide, shoulders down, Thatcher kicks out at two.
Thatcher hits a Belly to Belly Suplex then a Kick to the back of Grey. Thatcher grinds in a Cross-face on Grey who gets out and back to his feet only to be hit with an Uppercut by Thatcher. Thatcher with another take down for a two count as Grey breaks free. Thatcher with the Hammer Lock following several Stomps in the corner. Thatcher smiles as he gets into another cover, Grey kicks out at two, Thatcher immediately turns into a submission attempt on Grey.
Another pin attempt by Thatcher who is still smiling each chance he gets to hit Grey. Grey with several Rights and Lefts as he seeks to regain control of this match up. Thatcher with a single Uppercut takes Grey down. The crowd begins a, “Let’s Go August!” chant to try to help Grey back to his feet. A hard punch to the the ribs of August. Grey on his back as Thatcher gets the Achilles Lock, Grey kicks vigorously with his other foot.
Grey hits a Superkick, then walks across the top rope and flies, but gets caught with an Uppercut by Thatcher. Thatcher then hits a Suplex. Thatcher locks in a submission that twists the neck of Grey, Grey immediately taps!
Winner: Timothy Thatcher
After the Match
Standing over Grey’s body, Thatcher kneels down as the referee tells Thatcher, “The match is over”. “There’s another lesson for ya, don’t pick a fight with somebody you can’t beat!” Thatcher then re-locks in the submission as the referee urges him to let go.
Tommaso Ciampa’s music sounds as he seems to have had enough with the bullying of Timothy Thatcher. Ciampa makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring where he stands face to face with Thatcher. Thatcher states, “I got no problem with you, I got no problem with you.” Ciampa looks down at Thatcher who exits the ring and walks around the ring, the two stare each other down once again as Thatcher makes his way up the ramp, not turning once so he can keep his eyes locked in on Ciampa’s.
Backstage – Damian Priest
We head backstage where we see Damian Priest making his way to the ring for his match which is coming up, after the commercail break.
Mackenzie Mitchell questions Tommaso Ciampa backstage as we return from commercial break. Mitchell asks Ciampa what that was about with Thatcher before the break. Ciampa says he tried to make it obvious…. Ciampa then states he wants to fight Thatcher. Well, he made that one clear!
Damian Priest vs.
As we return to the ring, the music sounds for Damian Priest as he makes his way to the stage. Damian Priest begins down the ramp for his match, but Gargano attacks him during his entrance. Gargano tosses Priest in the ring, and Priest tosses Gargano across the ring. Back to his feet, Gargano immediately hits an Enziguri, but Priest hits a Roundhouse Forearm that rocks Gargano.
Gargano goes out of the ring, and Priest chases, removing the top of the commentary desk. Priest lays Gargano on the table, but Gargano hits a Diving Forearm at Priest. Priest hits Gargano with a Big Boot, then tosses Gargano in the ring. Priest gets a chair and looks to get in the ring. Leon Ruff runs in and hits a Dropkick onto Priest, then hits a Superkick onto Gargano. He tosses Priest and Gargano out of the ring and stands tall.
Gargano and Priest stare at Ruff and Ruff realizes that he has two enemies now. Gargano and Priest try to attack Ruff, but Ruff gets out of the ring and runs up the ramp. Priest and Gargano briefly stand side by side, but Priest chases Gargano out of the ring…
No Match, No Winner.
Wade Barrett says that he will not be available for commentary next week, but instead Kevin Owens will be joining the commentary team in his place.
Video Recap – Last Week – Boa and Mystery Man
We see a recap of the strange incident with Boa and the mystery man last week. We see a video of William Regal hunting down Boa. Regal goes to his house and asks Boa where he has been, as he hasn’t reported to the PC. Boa says, “No PC, no trainer.” Then, he just keeps saying, “She’s coming.” Regal asks if he means Xia, and Boa says, “No Xia, she’s coming.”
Video – Ripley vs. Shirai Highlight
Before we go to commercial break, we are sent into a brief video highlighting the events between Rhea Ripley and Io Shirai that lead up to their bout. We then go to commercial.
Backstage – Leon Ruff and William Regal
As we return from the commercial break, we see General Manager William Regal heading towards Leon Ruff backstage. William Regal asks Ruff if he “has any idea what he is doing.” Ruff says that he is sick of being treated like a joke, and he wants to fight both Gargano and Priest.
NXT Women’s Championship Match
NXT Women’s Champion Io Shirai vs. Rhea Ripley
Out first is Rhea Ripley as she makes her way out to the sound of her music. Ripley makes her way down the ramp and stops at the bottom of the ramp to pose and look back at the audience. Ripley then jumps up on the apron in a crouched position and slowly raises her head as she sticks her tongue out then smiles. Ripley then makes her way into the ring. Out next is Io Shirai as the arena goes black and strobe lights flash all around as Shirai hits the stage. Shirai makes her way out to the stage and poses before making her way into the ring with Ripley.
Commentary notes that it isn’t often that the title holder calls out the best, but Shirai stated that she wanted a challenge. The referee holds the belt up and Ripley and Shirai trash talk one another. Ripley smacks at Shirai, the referee warns. Finally the referee signals for the bell and this match begins.
Ripley shoves Shirai down. Ripley slams Shirai face-first to the canvas as she states, “You think you can step into the ring with me??” Shirai with a take down on Ripley, then a flip. Shirai with multiple Chops to the chest of RIpley. Shirai charges at the turnbuckle, Ripley side steps. Ripley hits a Shoulder Shove to take down Io Shirai. Ripley dusts her shoulder off.
Shirai goes for a kick, Shirai with a Kick to spill Ripley out of the ring. Shirai goes for a flying move through the ropes, Ripley stops her in her tracks with an Elbow that rocks Shirai. Ripley then drags Shirai out as we head to commercial break.
We continue picture in picture as the match returns to the ring. Ripley with multiple blows to the midsection of Shirai in the corner. Ripley points at Shirai and proceeds to trash talk, which is inaudible as we’re in commercials. Ripley throws her hand up and then decides to pose and talk to the crowd as the referee checks on Shirai.
Ripley continues to pace the ring and throw her hands up, finally taking a seat on the top turnbuckle. FInally the referee allows the match to continue where Ripley continues to dominiate the match.
As we return from commercial break, we are informed that before the commercial break, where Shirai is on RIpley’s shoulders, Ripley slams Shirai forward where Shirai slams face-first into the canvas once again. Ripley checks her mouth for blood. More back and forth action. Shirai fights through RIpley’s Rib Stretch.
Shirai sits on the top turnbuckle as RIpley joins her at the top. Shirai slides through, hitting a German Suplex on Ripley. The crowd begins chanting, “NXT! NXT!” Ripley lifts Shirai and flips her over her head, Shirai lands on her feet then hits a Double Stomp to the mid-section of Ripley. Shirai then a Double Footed Kick to the face of Ripley.
Ripley notes the blood on her ear, as she touches her finger to it, then wipes the blood under her eye like a warrior! The two continue back and forth. Shirai drags Ripley to the apron, then continues to focus on the arm/elbow of Ripley. We head to commercial break once again.
Back from commercial and Ripley hits Io with a superplex. Rhea pins Io for two. Ripley picks up Io by the hair, and both women trade blows. Ripley hits Io with knee strikes to the face and a dropkick, pinning Io for two again.
Ripley stomps on Io, then goes for her inverted cloverleaf submission. Rhea spins Io around, then plants her, keeping the submission in. Io gets to the ropes, forcing a break on the submission. Rhea picks up Io and goes for the riptide. Shirai counters and takes Rhea down with an armbar attempt. Rhea blocks the armbar attempt. Ripley goes for a powerbomb, but Io blocks and locks in the armbar. Ripley reaches the ropes, forcing a break.
Io goes for two Tiger Faint Kicks, but Ripley dodges. Io hits Ripley with a palm strike, then lands a Tiger Faint Kick. Io hits Rhea with a missile dropkick from the top, pinning Ripley for two. Io hits a meteroa on Ripley, then goes for a moonsault. Ripley rolls out of the way, but Io lands on her feet. Ripley hits Io with a clothesline, pinning Io for two. Ripley stomps on Io and goes for the Riptide again, but Io reverses into a DDT.
On the apron, Ripley is able to get back to her feet. Io successfully lands a Diving Sunset Flip Powerbomb onto Ripley, sending Ripley through the announce table. Ripley rolls back into the ring just in time to break the referee’s count, and Io hits Ripley with a Moonsault, which follows into a pin for the three count pin and win!
Winner: Io Shirai
After the Match
Io Shirai celebrates with her championship belt as she makes her way up the ramp. Finn Balor makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring where he’s handed a mic.
In Ring – NXT Champion Finn Balor
“First things first, Io Shirai, congratulations! But let’s get down to business!” Finn Balor begins. He then continues, “The last time you saw me, I defended the NXT Championship with a broken jaw in two places.” He looks directly into the camera. “And here I stand, with three plates in my jaw that say I’m a bad son of a bitch!”
Pat McAfee and Squad Interrupts
Finn… Finn… Finn… Mr. Broken Jaw, excuse me… “The Prince”. Looks more like a Princess to me. A lot has been happening here at NXT while you been sippin’ steaks through smoothies for the last six weeks!” McAfee begins.
McAfee notes this is their house now. He states he knows that Balor doesn’t watch the industry, the industry watches him. Drake Maverick and his Shrek looking friend, DEAD because of us. Breeango, the NXT Tag-Team Champions… DE-De-DEAD! We’re the champs now. Greatest team on the planet earth. The Undisputed Era, Adam Cole, bang bang, DEAD. Kyle Cauliflower O’Reilly… dead. Robert Fish… DEAD because of us. Now you walk in with your little belt on your shoulder… everyone wonders what Finn is gonna say, or what he’s gonna do….”
All four men jump up on the apron. “If you have any respect for the industry, for this business, for NXT, for Ireland… you’re going to hand that title over to the men that have been running the show from top to bottom for the last two weeks. You’ll end up like the others… DEAD!”
It’s easy to for mice to play, when the cat’s away. Well the cat’s back. And look what I just dragged in. THe lights go out. When they return, the music for Undisputed Era sounds. Cole, Fish, Strong, and O’Reilly come running down the ramp and an all out brawl ensues!
“NXT! NXT! NXT!” Pat McAfee gets knocked out by Adam Cole as the crowd chants “This is awesome! This is awesome!” to end the show!
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