Here are full results from NXT TV at Full Sail University on June 24, 2016, thanks to Andrew Twiss
Dark match: Tye Dillinger def. Kai Jetsana (Not sure who this was. He may have been brought in for the Cruiserweight Classic and not used. I don’t think he’s a contracted talent or if this is how his name is spelled)
– Bayley def. Alexa Bliss. One of Bliss’ best showings.
Post match: Bayley cuts a promo about getting knocked down and getting back up. She says Nia Jax took her shit at Takeover. Nia Jax comes out to get in Bayley’s face. The two have words until Nia leaves
-Hype Bros vs. Blake and Murphy barely starts when Rhyno interrupts. He gores Blake, Mojo and Ryder. Murphy is able to escape.
– The Revival def. American Alpha in a Two out of Three Falls match to retain the NXT Tag Team Championship. American Alpha wins the first fall. The Revival win the next two. Fantastic match.
– Samoa Joe comes out and tells the world that he will be watching tonight’s Finn Balor/Shinsuke Nakamura match. He finds it disrespectful that people think the winner deserves a shot at his title. Rhyno comes out and challenges Joe. Joe gives him a disdainful look and walks off.
– Austin Aries def. Patrick Clark.
Post match: No Way Jose attacks Austin Aries
– Andrade Cien Almas def. Angelo Dawkins
– Asuka def. Eva Marie
– Samoa Joe def. Rhyno
– American Alpha come out for a match but are blindsided by the Authors of Pain. After being checked on by the refs and William Regal, American Alpha insist on making it to the ring to fight. This leads to…
– The Authors of Pain def. American Alpha
– Bayley def. Nia Jax
– Shinsuke Nakamura def. Finn Balor. Awesome match.
– I am not remotely certain how the show will be divided up after the first episode taped. There were none of the usual breaks or announcer switches, except for the main event. Dasha Fuentes handled the entire second episodes worth of tapings until Greg Hamilton introduced the main event.
– I believe, with his appearance tonight, Patrick Clark will end up being the first Tough Enough alum from the most recent season to debut on NXT TV.
– No sign of, or mention of, Bobby Roode or Eric Young.
– They were offering additional Cruiserweight Classic tickets for sale after the show.