NXT Results – November 13, 2019

NXT Results - November 13, 2019

We’re live from the NXT Arena at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. Mauro Ranallo welcomes us. He’s joined by Nigel McGuinness and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix.

NXT Cruiserweight Title Match: Angel Garza vs. Lio Rush

We go right to the ring and out first comes the challenger, Angel Garza. Garza greets ladies at ringside. NXT Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush is out next. Rush greets his wife and kids, and other family members, in the front row.

Both men stare each other down and Garza offers his hand to Rush. Garza misses a slap and Rush stops and goes around Garza. Garza holds on to the ropes on an O’Connor Roll attempt. Garza flips Rush and Rush lands on his feet. Garza goes into the crowd and removes his outer pants and tosses them to Lio’s wife. Rush with a plancha. Rush with a tornado DDT for a near fall. Rush misses a round kick and Garza avoids a slingshot cutter. Rush sends Garza to the floor and Rush wwith a drop kick through the r. Rush with a suicide dive but Garza catches Rush and hits a power slam on the floor.

Garza sends Rush into the apron. Garza with a slingshot reverse suplex. Garza gets a near fall. Garza sends Rush into the turnbuckles and connects with a series of knees to the midsection. Rush with punches and then Garza with a pop up knee to Rush. Garza gets Rush on his shoulders and Rush counters with a rana and he gets a near fall. Garza with a punch to Rush and then he applies a wrist lock and traps the other Garza with a bow and arrow. Garza with punches but Rush punches back. . Rush with a springboard back elbow for a near fall. Garza with a chop. Rush has a kick blocked and Garza with a knee to the chest. Rush with a series of kicks. Garza with a drop kick to counter the slingshot cutter. Garza misses a moonsault. Rush with a swinging Unprettier for a near fall. Rush goes up top and Garza crotches him. Garza goes up top and hits a super Fallaway slam for a near fall.

Garza goes to the ropes but Rush grabs the leg.. Rush with punches and he hits Spanish Fly. Rush with a round kick. Rush hits the slingshot cutter and holds on. Rush with a slap and he goes for a second one but Garza blocks it and he hits the Wing Clipper for a near fall. Garza sets for the Wing Clipper and he goes to the turnbuckles and climbs. Rush and Garza with head butts oon the turnbuckles and Rush with a rana. Rush goes up top and hits a frog splash for a near fall. Rush goes up top again and hits a frog splash with Garza holding on to the ropes to get to his feet and Rush gets the three count.

Winner: Lio Rush

After the match, Garza immediately sits up and can’t believe it. Rush takes the title and makes his exit as the music hits. We go to replays. Rush stands tall and raises the title on the stage.

– The camera cuts outside to the backstage area. We see Tegan Nox down, being checked on by officials. Rhea Ripley is also down and she’s laid out. We go to commercial.

– We are back with a look at what has happened with Shayna Baszler over the last two weeks.

Xia Li vs. Aliyah

Borne distracts Li but Aliyah cannot capitalize. Aliyah sends Li to the mat but Li with a rollup. Li with spinning back fists and Li pulls Borne into the ring when Borne grabs Aliyah. Aliyah goes into the ropes and she pulls Li into the ropes. Aliyah with a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Aliyah with kicks to the back. Aliyah with a kick and Li with a forearm and kick. Li with an Irish whip and cartwheel into a forearm. Aliyah gets out of a fireman’s carry but Li with a spinning back heel kick for the three count.

Winner: Xia Li

After the match, Li stands tall as Borne enters the ring to check on her. A WWE doctor also enters the ring to tend to Aliyah. The announcers play up how tough Li’s kicks are as we see blood coming out of Aliyah’s nose.

– Nigel leads us to a video package on Killian Dain vs. Pete Dunne. We see Dain backstage warming up for the match, still to come tonight. Back to commercial.

– Back from the break and out comes Finn Balor to a pop. Balor plays the cool heel as he marches to the ring, posing for the camera, pointing his “guns” twice.

The music stops and Balor takes the mic to a mixed reaction. Balor says this is it, this is NXT now? What happened to this place, what happened to this business? This business he loved. He used to be proud of this place but now it’s a joke. Balor says Johnny Gargano was the heart of NXT, he was what all the hype was for? Balor says he built this place but then a bunch of little boys moved in. All crying on social media and looking for sympathy from everyone when they get hurt. Balor says don’t get him started on Matt Riddle, who got dropped last week and hasn’t been seen since. Balor says he’s begging for someone to step in the ring with him… Riddle suddenly enters the ring and attacks Balor.

Riddle unloads on Balor as fans chant “Bro!” now. Balor fights out of the corner and takes the brawl to the floor. They go into the barrier and Riddle kicks Balor over it into the crowd. Balor retreats as Riddle takes the mic and taunts him for running. Riddle calls Balor a “little putz” and says he’s right here. The music hits and out comes The Undisputed Era – NXT Champion Adam Cole, NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong, NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish. They are focused as they surround the ring as Riddle stands in the center. Balor looks on from near the stage.

Cole warns Riddle as The Undisputed Era goes to enter the ring but the music hits and out comes Tommaso Ciampa with Keith Lee. They join Riddle in the ring. Cole asks them if they’re stupid and saw what happened on SmackDown and RAW. Cole goes on about how they’re the most dominant force in all of WWE. Lee doesn’t give a damn. He invites them in the ring for a fight. Lee goes on about how The Undisputed Era stood toe to toe with main roster Superstars, but will Cole face off with him now? Strong yells at Lee and defends Cole, calling Lee an idiot and a big dummy. Fans boo as Strong goes on about Cole deserving a night off. Strong volunteers to fight and Lee says he’s not that picky. Fans start chanting for Lee as the two sides face off. Several referees run down and get in between the two teams. Lee and Strong get ready for a match.

Keith Lee vs. Roderick Strong

Roderick Strong is distracted by his partners heading to the back, allowing Keith Lee to yank him over the top rope, to the mat. Strong heads back to the floor to regroup as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and this non-title match begins. Lee catches Strong and drops him from up high to the mat. Lee puts a boot on Strong for a quick cover. Lee keeps Strong down and then works him over in the corners. Strong fights out of the corner but Lee rocks him to the mat. Lee with a big chop to the chest. Strong with a boot to the face. Strong goes to the second rope but Lee catches him in mid-air. Strong fights out with elbows but Lee powers up with a big body slam. Lee with a 2 count.

Lee keeps Strong down and punishes him. Strong with a boot to the face. Strong with more strikes to break Lee down to his knees. Strong with shoulder blocks but Lee is still up on his knees. The fourth shoulder knocks Lee over but he’s still coming back for more. Strong keeps the strikes coming but Lee hulks up and smiles. Lee catches Strong but Strong slides out and unloads with chops. Strong charges but Lee knocks him out of the air with a big chop.

Lee goes to bring Strong in from the apron but Strong crotches him on the middle rope and knocks him down with a shot to the head. Strong regroups on the floor for a breather as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and they trade big shots in the middle of the ring. Strong dropkicks Lee to the floor. Strong leaps off the apron but Lee catches him in mid-air. Strong fights free and they trade shots on the floor as the referee counts. Lee sends Strong into the apron and presses him into the ring. Strong comes right back with a dropkick through the ropes, and another as Lee goes back down. The referee counts again.

Lee sends Strong back into the barrier. Lee rolls back in and Strong follows. Strong with big forearm shots and more strikes in the middle of the ring. Strong with a running kick to the face for a 2 count. Strong keeps Lee grounded now. Lee fights up to his feet with Strong on his back but Strong with a cheap shot, then a chop block to the knee. Strong with more strikes and trash talking. Lee takes the strikes and starts to hulk up again. Lee unloads on Strong with big strikes and a corner splash. Lee launches Strong across the ring.

Lee keeps control and runs wild on Strong for a 2 count. Lee scoops Strong but Strong fights off his shoulders. More back and forth. Lee with a backbreaker over the knee for a 2 count. Lee goes to the top and brings Strong. Strong fights free but Lee shoves him away. Strong climbs back up for a superplex but Lee shoves him down again. Strong with an enziguri. Strong climbs back up once again, to the very top now. Lee shoves Strong back down. Strong with a knee to the head. Strong climbs back up and hits the big superplex. Strong covers for a 2 count.

Strong tries for the Stronghold now but Lee resists and sends him flying. Lee fights back as they trade strikes in the middle of the ring now. Lee runs into a boot and an enziguri. Strong with a series of running forearms, but Lee cuts him off with a big clothesline and they both go down. Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly come down the ramp but Tommaso Ciampa attacks the. Ciampa runs over O’Reilly but Cole drops him with a superkick. Matt Riddle is also out, taking down Fish and leaping off the steps to take him down. Finn Balor comes out of nowhere with a Slingblade and a double Stomp on Riddle.

Balor with the dropkick into the steel ring steps to Riddle. Lee watches as Balor backs up the ramp, staring at Riddle. Strong takes advantage and hits a jumping knee, then the Roddy Slam for a close 2 count. Strong lands a senton but Lee lifts him up for a big Jackhammer slam. Lee holds it and covers for the non-title win.

Winner: Keith Lee

After the bell, The Undisputed Era attacks Lee but Ciampa makes the save. The Undisputed Era gets the upperhand now. Dominik Dijakovic comes down and starts dropping bodies. Dijakovic with a superkick to Cole and a double chokeslam to the tag team champions. Dijakovic keeps fighting and takes Cole out again. Fans chant “feast your eyes!” as Dijakovic stands tall. Fans chant “WarGames!” as Dijakovic approaches Ciampa in the corner. They shake hands. He turns to leave and runs into Lee. They face off in the middle of the ring. Fans chant “hug it out!” but they shake hands. Ciampa is all for it. Ciampa, Lee and Dijakovic stand tall in the ring together as The Undisputed Era watches from the stage. We go to commercial.

– We are back with the announcers talking about what just happened with the Undisputed Era, Tommaso Ciampa’s War Games team, and Finn Balor.

– We go outside and we see Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir down. We also see Candice LeRae down.

Isaiah Scott vs. Bronson Reed

We go to the ring and out first comes Isaiah “Swerve” Scott. Bronson Reed is out next.

Back and forth to start the match as they tangle. Reed drops Scott but he kips up. They tangle some more and Reed takes it to the corner but misses as he charges in. Scott with a missile dropkick but Reed comes right back and runs right over him. Reed with a headbutt, and another. Reed keeps control, working Scott around the ring. Reed drops Scott with another headbutt.

Scott fights Reed off and chops him. Reed catches Scott with a headlock to stop the offense. Scott whips Reed and drops down but Reed just sits on his back, keeping him from going anywhere. Reed with a Bonsai Drop and more offense to keep Scott down. Reed lifts Scott and launches him over the top rope, to the floor. Reed follows and chops Scott against the barrier. Scott slides out of a hold and sends Reed shoulder-first into the ring post. We go to commercial.

More back and forth after the match. Scott drops Reed. Scott keeps control and catches Reed with a Flatliner for a 2 count. Scott keeps fighting but Reed takes the shots and comes right back with a big clothesline and then a senton. Reed drags Scott over to the corner and goes to the top but Scott jumps up and kicks him. Scott climbs up and keeps fighting. Reed fights back while Scott is up top with him. Reed goes for a super Tombstone piledriver but Scott slides to his feet and brings Reed to the mat with a big DDT for a 2 count.

Scott works over Reed to keep him down, focusing on the left arm. Reed throws Scott to the mat. Scott with a running back elbow into the corner. Scott keeps control but Reed catches him in a sitdown Spinebuster. Reed with a Moribe Driver for a close 2 count. More back and forth now. Reed can’t hit a powerbomb and Scott unloads with strikes. Reed drops down but Scott moves and he lands hard. Scott with the House Call for the pin to win.

Winner: Isaiah “Swerve” Scott

After the match, Scott recovers as his music hits. We go to replays. Reed and Scott meet in the middle of the ring and shake hands.

– Still to come, a women’s Ladder Match with WarGames implications.

– Cathy Kelley is near the stage. She says both locker rooms are on edge because of the mystery attacks tonight. She has breaking news from the office of NXT General Manager William Regal – Matt Riddle vs. Finn Balor will take place at WarGames, but Riddle will be replaced by Dominik Dijakovic in the WarGames match. There’s no word yet on who the final Team Ciampa member will be now. We go back to commercial.

– We are back with a Forgotten Sons video package. They say if they are not going to be given an opportunity, they will take it.

Killian Dain vs. Pete Dunne

We go to the ring and out first comes Pete Dunne. Killian Dain is out next.

Dain is suddenly attacked from behind on the stage by Damian Priest. Priest stomps on Dain as Dunne watches from the ring. Dunne exits the ring and brawls with Priest at ringside. Dain joins the fight as all three Superstars brawl at ringside now.

Security runs down to break up the fight as fans boo. Dain and Dunne fight security off, as does Priest. Dain rolls Dunne into the ring. Priest slams Dain into the steel steps. Priest takes out Dain and sends him to the floor. Priest takes out Dunne next and sends him over the top with a Crucifix Bomb, taking out a group of security and Dain at ringside. Dain and Dunne start brawling at ringside again. Priest runs the ropes and leaps over the top, taking Dain and Dunne down. Priest stands tall as fans chant his name and we go to replays. Priest heads to the stage and looks back at the carnage as his music hits.

– Cathy is backstage with Mia Yim. She isn’t worried about the RAW or SmackDown Superstars attacking her because NXT is the main roster. She goes on and someone knocks on the door. Dakota Kai walks in and makes it clear there are no hard feelings over Yim being picked for Team Ripley. Kai says if anything goes down tonight, she has Yim’s back. Kai walks off and we go to commercial.

– We are back and we see that Riddle versus Balor is on for War Games, but Tommaso Ciampa needs a fourth member of his team.

– Next week, Adam Cole faces Dominik Dijakovic in a Ladder match to determine the advantage for the men’s War Games match.

Io Shirai vs. Mia Yim in a Which Team Gets the Advantage in War Games Ladder Match

We go to the ring for tonight’s Ladder Match main event as Mia Yim comes out. The winner will earn the order of entry advantage for her WarGames team. Io Shirai is out next as we see a NXT briefcase hanging high above the ring.

Io with punches and a biel. Yim keeps Io in the ring but Io lands on her feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt. Io drop kicks Mia to the floor and hits a suicide dive. Io tries to get the ladder but Mia stops her. Mia sends Io into the apron. Mia gets the ladder and puts it into the ring but Io with a drop kick. Mia pulls Io to the floor and then drops Io onto a ladder on the floor. Mia enters the ring and tries to set up the ladder but Io with a kick from behind and she sends Mia to the floor. Mia grabs the ladder to stop Io and she pulls Io into the ropes with the ladder. Mia Irish whips Io towards the ladder but Io goes under. Mia goes after Io and Io kicks the ladder into Mia. Mia closes the ladder onto Io’s hands. Io is sent to the floor and Io pulls Mia out of the ring and drops her on the floor. Io picks up the ladder on the floor and she tries to hit Mia with it but Mia gets out of the way. Mia with a chop.

Io with a forearm and she sends Mia into the guardrails. Io with a chop. Mia grabs Io’s ankle to keep Io from getting back into the ring. Io kicks Mia. Mia sends Io into the apron and then into the ring steps. Mia gets back into the ring. Io grabs the ladder to stop Mia. They each hold an end of the ladder and Mia sends Io to the mat. Mia goes for a suplex but Io blocks it. Io goes for a suplex and Mia blocks it. Mia suplexes Io onto the ladder. Mia pulls the ladder towards the corner and then puts the ladder against the turnbuckles. Mia with a forearm to the back but Io tries to Irish whip Mia into the ladder but Mia stops short. Io avoids being sent into the ladder. Io puts Mia on the ladder and Io runs into a drop kick. Mia with a forearm and Io fires back. They continue to go back and forth with forearms.

Io with forearms and it staggers Yim. Io with an uppercut and Mia goes down. Mia struggles to get back to her feet and Io kicks Mia in the back and chokes Mia in the ropes. Io with a Tiger Feint Kick. Io goes for the ladder but Mia stops her. Io with a flapjack and both women are down. Mia stops Io from moving the ladder. Io goes for a Tiger Driver and Mia with a back body drop but Io lands on her feet. Io charges at Mia and Mia with an overhead belly-to-belly throw onto the ladder. Mia is the first to set up the ladder under the case. Mia climbs the ladder but Io grabs the ankle. Mia kicks Io. Mia with more kicks to Io. Mia is sent face first into the ladder by Io and Io pushes the ladder over. Io puts Mia in the ladder and Io closes the ladder onto Mia numerous times.

Io goes to the floor and gets another ladder from under the ring. Io kicks Mia and kicks the first ladder to the floor. Mia with Protect Ya Neck to Io. Mia grabs the ladder but Io with a springboard drop kick into the ladder and Mia is bleeding heavily from the face. The medical staff checks on Mia due to the damage she suffered from the drop kick. Io tries to get the ladder set up despite the damage done to her hand. Io struggles to be able to climb the ladder as referees check on Mia and Io. Mia pulls Io off the ladder and Mia climbs the ladder and Io pulls Mia off with a German suplex. Io with a running double knee strike to Mia in the corner. Io is dropped on the turnbuckles and Mia with a rake of the back. Mia with a forearm to the back and Mia sets for a superplex. Io with a head butt and Mia falls to the floor.

Dakota Kai makes her way to the ring to check on Mia. Io with a moonsault onto Dakota and Mia. Io gets back into the ring and she pulls the ladder into position. Io climbs the ladder but Dakota with a forearm and sit out power bomb. Dakota helps Mia into the ring. Mia climbs the ladder but Kay Lee Ray sends Dakota into the ring steps and then Mia is pushed off the ladder and Mia falls to the floor through a ladder. That was SCARY! Ray helps Io up the ladder. Io gets the case for the advantage.

Winner: Io Shirai

After the match, Shirai stands tall up on the ladder with the briefcase as her music hits. Ray stands guard. We go to replays as officials tend to Yim at ringside. We see how Yim crashed through the other ladder at ringside. Team Baszler has the advantage at WarGames now. Bianca Belair is in the ring now, standing with the ladder as Shirai stands tall with the briefcase up top. Ray is still standing with the ladder. The music hits and out comes NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler now. She waves at Ray and then applauds them. It looks like Ray is on Team Baszler. SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley runs out and nails Baszler in the back with a steel chair shot. Bayley drops Baszler on her face on the stage. Belair, Shirai and Ray chase Bayley off and go back to check on Baszler as NXT goes off the air.


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