WWE Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK Results (1/25/2020)

WWE Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK Results From Houston, Texas (Jan. 25, 2020)

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 Weekend kicks off tonight with the WWE Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK special streaming on the WWE Network LIVE from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

Join us here this evening for LIVE WWE Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK results coverage.

Watch the pre-show as it happens live via the following video, and stick around when the main show starts for our live play-by-play results coverage!


After the opener we shoot live inside the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas where the trio of announcers welcome us to the pre-show for the WWE Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK live special here on the WWE Network.

The crew, which includes radio personality and frequent WWE pre-show analyst Sam Roberts, talks about some of the matches scheduled for this evening.

This leads to multiple video packages airing to tell the stories behind some of tonight’s bigger, main event-level matches.

Mia Yim vs. Kay Lee Ray

From there, we head to ringside for our first match of the evening here in Houston, TX. The lone pre-show match, which is in the women’s division, is about to get underway.

Out comes the participants for the bout, Mia Yim and Kay Lee Ray, in that order. The bell sounds and the action is now officially underway in the Toyota Center.

At about the five minute mark of the contest, Ray misses a big spot off the top turn buckle, which leaves both women on the mat slow to make it to their feet. Once they finally do, things start to pick up.

The action spills out to the floor, with Yim starting to take control of the offense. Out of nowhere, Ray levels her and heads back into the ring. She does a running hop to the top rope and dives out to Yim on the floor for a huge spot that gets the crowd on their feet.

Ray rolls Yim back in the ring and the two exchange punches as we see the countdown clock re-appear on the screen with just over 13 minutes remaining until tonight’s main show kicks off live on the WWE Network.

Yim power bombs Ray after blocking her dead in her tracks in a hurricanrana attempt. Yim hits an insane Canadian Destroyer type flipping tombstone pile-driver on Ray that looked absolutely crazy. That was the most believable near-fall thus far in what is turning into a great pre-show contest.

Finally, Ray rolls Yim up out of nowhere and holds the tights for the three-count, giving the title-holder the victory.

Winner: Kay Lee Ray

After the victory in the pre-show match, Kay Lee Ray takes her title and celebrates as she heads to the back. The trio of pre-show analysts chime back in as the camera pans back over to them and they run down some more of the action scheduled for tonight’s main show, which kicks off in just a few minutes.


We see some live shots of NXT and NXT UK Superstars arriving in the parking lot and gearing up backstage as they get in their final preparations ahead of their big matches on tonight’s show. We head to another video package.

The trio gets in some Royal Rumble plugs and wrap up their final hype for tonight’s Worlds Collide: NXT vs. NXT UK main card. The show is about to get underway now. Hang tight as the opening video package is running now.

Here we go! The video opener for the main show is in black-and-white with some super cool voice effects. Then, some hard rock and roll kicks in and we see some video highlights of action that led to some of the matches on tonight’s show.

The opening video package concludes and we shoot live into the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas where the NXT and NXT UK Universe are on their feet roaring with cheers as the main show kicks off live on the WWE Network.

Finn Balor vs. Ilja Dragunov

From there, the familiar music of Finn Balor hits the house speakers and the fans go crazy as he makes his way to the ring for tonight’s opening contest. He poses in the ring a bit as the announcers put him over and then his music fades down.

The heel tunes of Ilja Dragunov plays as the Moscow, Russian native makes his way down to the ring for arguably the biggest match of his young WWE / NXT career. Stay tuned, as Balor vs. Dragunov kicks off the Worlds Collide main show.

The bell sounds and the two lock up. Balor takes the Russian down the mat. The two wrestle back to their feet and Dragunov yanks him back down to the mat. The two continue to mat wrestle, with Dragunov getting the better of the control early on.

Back to their feet, Dragunov hits the ropes and comes flying off with a cross body splash for a near fall. Dragunov pops up and stops in mid-action to pose in arrogant fashion. Balor goes to do the same and Dragunov takes a cheap shot at him.

Dragunov goes for a sunset flip into a pin attempt but Balor stops short and blasts him in the grill with a big kick before throwing him to the floor and blasting him with a baseball slide kick to the face. Back in the ring, Balor goes to work on Dragunov with chops in the corner.

Up to the top for Dragunov, who gets Balor out to the floor outside of the ring. He comes leaping off for a double axe-handle smash, but Balor is nowhere to be found. On the follow-up, Balor comes over and puts the boots to the Moscow native before rolling him back in the ring.

The announcers discuss this new, aggressive side we’ve seen of late from Finn Balor as he blasts Dragunov with a dropkick to the back of the head while he was seated in the middle of the ring. Balor slaps a head lock on Dragunov and controls the Russian on the mat now.

The Moscow Menace continues to fight back, refusing to stay down, but Balor is happy to oblige with more offensive punishment in an attempt to keep him down. Balor stomps away at Dragunov over and over again against the referee’s orders to the delight of the fans in attendance. The announcers again discuss the recent aggressive streak we’ve seen from Finn Balor.

After being on the receiving end of a beat down that seemed never-ending, Dragunov finally starts fighting back. He culminates a big offensive onslaught with a flying knee smash onto a grounded Balor for a near fall. The fans are now chanting “Let’s Go Balor!” trying to cheer him back into the fight, which Dragunov is now in complete control of.

The two start countering and exchanging each other’s moves, thwarting each other’s attempts in repeated fashion. Balor starts to fire up but a kick right between the eyes from Dragunov sets Balor up for the high-angle suplex into the bridge pin attempt from Dragunov. Balor kicks out at the last second. Things build to a big spot with Dragunov hitting a high spot on Balor on the ground outside the ring.

From the top rope, Dragunov goes coast to coast inside the ring with an almost immediate follow-up to his high spot on the floor. Somehow both isn’t enough to put away Balor. We see replays of the near-finish from Dragunov as the announcers focus on the bloody nose of Balor, speculating as to whether or not it is busted, or broken.

Dragunov comes off the top rope but lands on double knees to the back from Balor. Balor drop kicks him and sprints up to the top rope. He leaps off with the Coup de Grace. He follows that up with the 1916. 1-2-3. Balor wins.

Winner: Finn Balor

Breaking News On 2020 Dusty Classic Finals

After some in-house plugs, such as WWE Shop and WWE Royal Rumble commercials, we head back into the Toyota Center where we go to ringside with a front row interview with Pete Dunne and Matt Riddle as well as The Grizzled Young Vets.

We are told that the winners of the 2020 Dusty Rhodes Tag-Team Classic Tournament Finals will move on to NXT TakeOver: Portland to challenge for the NXT Tag-Team Championships.

NXT Cruiserweight Championship (Fatal-4-Way Match)
Angel Garza (C) vs. Travis Banks vs. Isaiah “Swerve” Scott vs. Jordan Devlin

The four men make their way to the ring for this Fatal-4-Way contest, which features Angel Garza putting his brand new, redesigned NXT Cruiserweight Championship (View Photos Here) on-the-line.

Angel Garza makes his way out and into the ring as his music sounds in the arena. Isaiah “Swerve” Scott is announced, then Jordan Devlin, next Travis Banks is announced, and finally the NXT Cruiserweight champion, Angel Garza is announced for this four way match up as the crowd begins chanting, “Angel Garza! Angel Garza!” the referee holds the championship belt over his head, the bell rings and the match officially begins.

All four men step in a little closer, then grabbing each other’s hands, Garza and Devlin lock up. Angel Garza is kicked by all three other contenders at once. A quick cover after a Back Breaker on Garza. Swerve jumps over Devlin and rolls up Banks fotr a pin attempt. A Drop Kick to the side of the face by Swerve. All four men giving it their all in this fatal four way match up for the cruiserweight championship.

All four men laying in the ring, making their way to their knees and back to their feet. Scott is taken out, then Banks, then a knee to the ribs of Devlin. Garza rips his pants off and is ready, Angel Garza holds both men while Swerve jumps from the top rope with an offensive move driving Banks down, Garza with pinfall attempt after that crazy move. House Call is broken up by Devlin, followed by a Headbutt by Devlin. Devlin goes for a Devlin Suplex and rocks Banks. All four men once again laid out in the center of the ring.The crowd begins chanting, “This is awesome! This is awesome!” Garza takes Banks down from the top turnbuckle.

Garza heads for the top rope, Swerve with a big blow knocking Garza down. Garza and Swerve both making their way to the top turnbuckle. Devlin joins in. Scott and Garza are down followed by Slice of Heaven by Devlin. Back and forth, Devlin with a pin attempt on Banks once again, Banks kicks out. Garza up to the corner and off the top with a Dropkick. Garza sends Banks outside of the ring trying to take advantage. Devlin shuts down Garza with an unexpected Headbutt. Devlin gets the pin on Swerve, becoming the new NXT Cruiserweight Champion! Garza did not even get a full evening to enjoy, or make one defense of his brand new, re-designed belt before losing it to the HBK-endorsed, promising young up-and-comer Jordan Devlin, who himself had the newly designed title modified yet again backstage immediately after the show, even throwing customized portions of the belt that belonged to Garza in the trash (Watch Video Here).

Winner and NEW NXT Cruiserweight Champion: Jordan Devlin

After the Match

A replay is shown where each contender came close to hitting the pinfall for the win. Garza hitting the Wing Clipper for the two count, and Devlin coming in with a Side Suplex on Swerve for the win. Devlin jumping and cheering as he hangs on the ropes in victory. “Do you believe me now??” Devlin yells into the mic. “I’m pound for pound best sports entertainer on this planet. You cannot deny me, and tonight I have proven what I set out to. You never bet against an ace!” as he drops the mic and puts the belt over his shoulder, walking past the ring, stopping and rolling back in the ring to climb the turnbuckle to hold his championship belt high in victory before rolling out of the ring and making his way back up the ramp, strutting with pride as we go to a promo.

Promo Video

Promo for WWE Supercard Season Six is shown.

In The Arena

Keith Lee is shown sitting in the audience, ‘basking in the glory’ of Worlds Collide.

#DIY vs. Moustache Mountain are set to collide next!

Video Package

A video package is shown the upcoming bout between Moustache Mountain and #DIY.

Moustache Mountain vs. #DIY

Out first in this match up is Trent Seven and Tyler Bate of Moustache Mountain as their music sounds in the arena. Both men hype up on the outside of the ring before laying on the apron looking face to face and rolling in. Both men hype up more as the raise their hands and twirl their moustaches standing at the second turnbuckle on either side of the ring. Out next is their opponent’s Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa of #DIY. The crowd cheering as both men make their way down the ramp and towards the ring where Moustache Mountain anxiously awaits tonight’s bout. The bell rings and the match begins.

Gargano starts things off for Moustache Mountain wasting no time as the match goes underway. Bate holding the foot of has the upperhand, but chooses not flip Gargano, much respect between the two teams. Seven is tagged in and Tommaso is tagged in as well. Tommaso mocking the moustache twirl, Seven shows the correct way to do it. The crowd digging the back and forth between the two. The match is back in business. A kickout at two by Seven after a nearfall. Seven tags in Bate once again. Bate and Tommaso looking at one another, Bate giving a pose like a body builder.

Tommaso holds his hand high, basically suggesting Bate cannot reach for a high-five. More back and forth banter between the two. Tommaso and Bate holding hands and a a pin attempt, a Double Head Bridge by both men. Once again, both men playing in the center of the ring before locking up once more. Bate jumps over Tommaso, Tommaso throws Bate to the outside, followed by a Knee Strike knocking him off the apron. A Superman Kick by Gargano. Both men laugh and sit on the edge of the ring, clapping and cheering after throwing Moustache Mountain over the table on the outside. #DIY in control as the match re-enters the ring.

A kick to the back of the neck of Bate by Gargano before dragging Bate to his corner and tagging in Tommaso once again. Tommmaso drops Bate to the mat after throwing him off the ropes. Tommaso takes the fight to the mat with some ground game, a Side Headlock on Bate, turned into a sitting headlock on Bate. Bate struggles to his knees as he reaches for Seven. Bate with an elbow to the midsection of Tommaso, who counters dragging Bate back to the center of the ring. Bate makes the tag to Seven. DDT by Seven. Seven with a Power Bomb and a cover on Tommaso. Then once again dropping Tommaso to the mat with another pin attempt.

Tommaso with the Rising Knee Strike on Seven. Looked as though Seven’s tooth went flying. Seven drags himself over to Bate for the tag. Tommaso also getting the tag to Gargano. Two for one by Johnny Gargano as the crowd cheers. Gargano with a big chop to the chest of Bate. Gargano sent out to the apron, Bate is dropped and pinned for a two count. Gargano goes off the ropes, stopped by Seven as he grabs Gargano’s ankle. Gargano flies through the ropes with an assist by Tommaso. Back in the ring, Gargano gets another pin attempt, Bate kicks out at two.

Gargano pulls Bate back to his feet and tags in Tommaso. On the outside Gargano looks to have fallen in a high fly move. Tommaso goes for Project Ciampa and Bate counters. Bate goes off the rope and hits the Tyler Driver 97. Seven in the match. Double kick out as both legal men roll back and forth with a pin attempt respectively. All four men are laid out in the center of the ring. The crowd is clapping as they chant, “DIY! DIY!” Gargano makes his way back to his feet and goes after Bate for the Lawn Dart. Bate kicks out of pin attempt.

The Exploder by Bate. Gargano with a Knee to the chest to block the Shooting Star. Tilt a Whirl by Bate on Gargano. Gargano escapes and Tommaso with an Arm Bar on Seven. Moustache Mountain with Duel Airplane Spins inside the ring, as the drop both men. A double team on Gargano and a pin attempt. Somehow Gargano kicks out. Tommaso makes the tag. Seven protecting his partner. Bop and Bang by Moustache Mountain. Tommaso kicks out to the amazement of everyone. The crowd begins chanting, “NXT! NXT!” Seven and Tommaso are legal.

A double team once again on Tommaso, Bate off the top. Tommaso counters by pulling Seven on top of him, then Tommaso attempts the pin. All four men look spent as all four men are in the ring, meeting in the center. DIY finds their rhythm. Bate caught mid-air with a kick. Seven is down. Meet in the Middle and cover by Tommaso putting down Moustache Mountain.

Winner: #DIY

After the Match

Literally everyone in Houston, TX are seen on their feet, cheering for DIY and this amazing match up. The announcer says even he is on his feet. A replay is shown. The Knee assist on Tommaso is shown. As well as Seven being left in the two on one situation and the pin.

Back in the ring, DIY are seen holding their necks and looking to one another as Moustache Mountain are sitting in the center of the ring holding one another. Tommaso drops to one knee and begins clapping for Moustache Mountain, as well as Gargano. Tommaso and Gargano offer to help Seven and Bate back to their feet. Moustache Mountain reach for handshakes, and all four men hug it out in the center of the ring for an incredible show of sportsmanship before they all four raise their hands together. Moustache Mountain exit the ring and head up the ramp. #DIY standing in the center of the ring, celebrating their victory as we go to a promo video of Becky Lynch.

Inside the Arena

Dakota Kai is shown during the showoff of who’s in the audience, out of nowhere Tegan Nox runs in attacking Dakota. Tegan refuses to let go of Dakota, her former friend. Security attempts to break the two up. The crowd cheering saying, “Let them fight! Let them fight!” Security exclaim, “Tegan, that’s enough!” Tom Phillips and Nigel Mc are seen at the announcer’s table speaking on the match Nox and Kai will be in later this week. Rhea Ripley and Toni Storm’s match is announced.


A promo is shown for the story leading into the bout tonight between Toni Storm and Rhea Ripley. Storm winning the Women’s Championship, twice, then asking Ripley if she has the guts to accept the match. Ripley agreed. The title match at Worlds Collide between the two.

Rhea Ripley vs. Toni Storm

Bianca Blair is shown sitting ringside as the music for Toni Storm sounds through the arena. Storm makes her way to the stage wearing her sunglasses and leather jacket with short shorts and a backwards leather cap. Storm smiles and winks as she makes her way quickly down the ramp and enters the ring, pacing the ring. The music for Rhea Ripley sounds next as Ripley makes her way out as well and with a stomp, the strobe lights go wild as Ripley walks down the ramp towards the ring where Storm is awaiting her opponent. Ripley poses on the apron on the outside of the ring as Storm glares at her from the inside of the ring. Ripley enters the ring, posing one last time throwing up the double devil horns.

The match is officially announced for the NXT Women’s Championship, as both women are introduced. The referee holds the belt above his head in the center of the ring. The bell rings and the match begins. Both women move towards one another as they lock up to start this match up. Storm with open palm strikes on Ripley. Storm with big forearm blows to the face of Ripley. Storm shoves Ripley from behind, Ripley slowly turns and looks at Storm. Ripley with a massive kick on Storm.

A blow to the back of the neck of Ripley by Storm as she throws her backwards towards the turnbuckle. Ripley laying on the floor on the outside of the arena, Storm gives a moment of recover for Ripley before rolling out and dragging Ripley back into the ring. A Suplex by Storm. Storm trying to set up a submission on Ripley, putting her forearm underneath the jaw of Ripley. Ripley struggles to crawl inch by inch across the ring with Storm’s weight on her back, finally grabbing the rope to break the hold.

Storm with a DDT on Ripley, followed by a pin attempt once again. Ripley kicks out at two once again. Storm lands a Chokehold on Ripley who is sitting in the center of the ring. Ripley makes her way back to her feet to break the hold. Storm with an Elbow to the back of the neck of Ripley. Storm tries to a cover Back and forth between the two women.

Storm and Ripley throwing hands back and forth, flailing arms between champion and challenger. Ripley with Strong Knees to the jaw of Storm. A kick to the ear of Storm. A Jumping Pump Kick by Ripley, then dropping Storm face first onto the canvas. The crowd begins chanting “Rhea! Rhea!” Ripley goes for the Standing Cloverleaf. Storm on her hands, starts walking on her hands towards the rope, hoping to break the hold.

Storm finds her way free, looking for the German Suplex. Ripley goes for the Rip Tide, Storm shifts her hips and goes for the pin. A German Suplex by Ripley on Storm. Both women now slowing down. Brutal kicks to the lower back of Ripley by Storm. Ripley with a Standing Dropkick. Ripley off the ropes, Storm meets her with a Headbutt. Storm makes her way to the top rope, nobody home! Ripley hits the Rip Tide for the three count!

Winner: Rhea Ripley

Between Matches/Backstage

-A video clip is shown where Johnny Gargano is attacked during an interview by Finn Balor. Tyler Bate trying to play peace keeper. Balor not wanting to wait to put his hands on Gargano, continues the attack until they are seperated by officials backstage.

-It is announced that Triple H and Shawn Michaels on FB Live directly following Worlds Collide

-Undisputed Era vs. Imperium match is highlighted by the announcers as a video promo begins showing the events leading up to the Main Event match up at Worlds Collide.

Undisputed Era vs. Imperium

“Shock the System” sounds in the arena as Undisputed Era walk through a cloud of fog, the eight man tag-team championship match is announced over the speakers as Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O’Reilly, and Roderick Strong make their way down the ramp and enter the ring. Next out is Alexander Wolfe, Marcel Barthel, Fabian Aichner and WALTER make their way down the ramp and stop short of the ring shoulder to shoulder to stare off with Undisputed Era before the four men make their way around the ring and enter through the ropes as their music continues to play.

All eight men stand inside the ring as the crowd chants, “WALTER! WALTER!” then a louder chant of “USA! USA!” follows. The bell rings and the match begins. O’Reilly with a Leg Lock early on. Wolfe holds while Barthel comes in with an Uppercut. Wolfe with a blow to the midsection of Cole. Wolfe covers his head as a double team and Wolfe is dropped face first.

Wolfe on his knees as Bobby Fish and Strong both throw a kick at the same time, rocking Wolfe. Wolfe looks as though he’s been genuinely hurt as the referee pushes Cole off of Wolfe and a doctor is called to the ring. Wolfe is moved to the side of the ring while officials come down to remove Wolfe from the ring. Walter comes in. Strong is dropped by Walter. Walter lifts Strong to his feet and throws him into the corner. The match is now a four vs. three scenerio.

Barthel and Cole in the ring. Imperium tries to wear Barthel down. O’Reilly is tagged in. The NXT Universe chanting inside the arena in favor of Walter. Back and forth between Imperium and Undisputed Era. Walter starts knocking everything down in his path. O’Reilly with a German Suplex. Strong not legal, tries to help his partner, Walter throws them both over his head at the same time. Jumping DDT and a cover on O’Reilly with a kickout.

A cover after the Butterfly Suplex, O’Reilly kicks out once again. A Rear Chinlock on O’Reilly, definitely taking a beating by Imperium. A right hand to the midsection of O’Reilly. Walter is tagged back in, launching himself in a Sitting Senton on O’Reilly. O’Reilly taking a shot at Barthel. Walter tags out, Aichner in the match. O’Reilly still unable to make his way to his side to tag out. Aichner tags Barthel back into the ring. Walter still in pain in the corner. Double Impact by Aichner and Barthel on O’Reilly.

Walter is tagged in, O’Reilly finally runs for the tag, Roderick Strong tags in. Barthel goes flying. Walter is back in the ring with Strong. Strong with multiple backhands and chops on Walter. Walter with a Clothesline, knocking Strong off his feet. Attempting a Powerbomb, a kick. Strong puts Aichner in a deep submission move after a pin attempt, Aichner breaks free. Aichner tags Barthel and Strong tags in Bobby Fish. Spine Buster followed by a cover, Fish kicks out.

Aichner is tossed into Barthel in the corner of the ring. A tag is made and Adam Cole enters the ring, taking out the knee of Barthel. Knee to the back of the neck by Cole. Walter breaks up the pin attempt. Walter is attacked and swarmed in a three on one brutal attack. Walter is tossed to the outside of the ring. The look on Kyle’s face is of madness as the top of the official’s table is ripped off. Walter begins to fight back. Walter picks up Strong, O’Reilly with a kick to the back of the knee of Walter.

The crowd begins to chant, “WALTER! WALTER!” as Walter removes the top of the second announcer’s table, climbing on top to his feet. A kick to the knee of Walter. The entire match is turned around with one move as Walter is picked up and thrown over the head of Strong with an Olympic Slam. Walter going through the table behind them. Cole looking to end Barthel inside the ring. Fast paced moves inside the ring, Flying Uppercut.

O’Reilly back in the match up. Aichner enters the frame attempting to help. Brain Buster. Cole with a Superkick as his opponent comes flying off the ropes. Strong makes his way back with a Gut Buster, Cole with a Knee to the face. A kickout by Barthel. Swarming attack by UE. O’Reilly with a knee to Barthel from the top rope, O’Reilly lands a Leg Lock. Barthel rocking back and forth to the ropes.

Moonsault landing on O’Reilly by Aichner. Aichner taking the two on one attack. The crowd begins chanting “NXT! NXT!” once again. Barthel stretching to attempt to make the tag to Walter. Walter gets the tag and comes back in . Superhuman performance as Walter takes down each member one by one.

Cole with a Superkick, taking Walter down to a knee. Walter with a massive chop on Cole. Walter pulls Strong back into the ring, hitting a Powerbomb before a Frog Splash from the top rope. Cole hits a cover on Walter. The cover is broken for the save as the crowd begins chanting, “NXT NXT NXT!” once again. The crowd then chants, “This is awesome! This is awesome!” As all four members of UE are inside the ring with all three members of Imperium all begin to brawl in the ring once again.

The match is half inside and half outside of the ring at this point. Walter with a Double Dropkick followed by a Powerbomb for the pin, finally getting the three count and beating Undisputed Era!

Winner: Imperium


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