NXT “Takeover: In Your House” Results, June 7, 2020

NXT “Takeover: In Your House” event opens up with the band Code Orange to perform their “Underneath” single.

Shotzi Blackheart, Tegan Nox and Mia Yim vs. Candice LeRae, Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez

We go right to the ring and out comes Shotzi Blackheart in her mini-tank as Mauro Ranallo welcomes us. He’s joined by WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. We see some of the NXT developmental trainees as “fans” in the crowd again tonight. Tegan Nox is out next, followed by Mia Yim. Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez are out together. Candice LeRae is out last.

Mia and Candice start things off and Candice decides to tag in Gonzalez instead of locking up or dueling flashlights. They lock up and Gonzalez sends Mia to the mat. Mia with a waist lock and Gonzalez throws Mia aside. Mia with chops and a gullotine but Gonzalez turns it into a suplex attempt but throws Mia to the mat. Nox tags in and kicks Gonzalez in the leg. Gonzalez with a running shoulder tackle and Dakota tags in. Nox with a rollup for a near fall. Nox grabs Kai by the throat but Kai escapes. Kai with a float over into a rollup for a near fall. Kai goes for a Thesz Press but Nox rolls under and gets a near fall but so does Kai.

Nox with a running European uppercut into the corner followed by a Cannonboar for a near fall. Shotzi tags in and she kicks Kai in the arm and hits a face plant. Shotzi misses a splash in the ropes and Kai with a scorpion kick for a near fall. Shotzi avoids a senton from Candice and Shotzi with a kick. Shotzi with a suicide dive but Gonzalez catches Shotzi and tosses her aside. Mia with a suicide dive onto Kia. Candice with a springboard cross body onto Mia, Shotzi, and Kai. Nox goes up top and hits a swanton onto everyone on the floor.

Shotzi goes up top and hits Meteora on Candice followed by a back senton into the back against the ropes for a near fall. Candice misses an enzuigiri and Shotzi with Cattle Mutilation but Kai kicks Shotzi to break up the hold. Gonzalez comes in and hits a clothesline on Shotzi. Candice gets a near fall. Kai tags in and sends Shotzi into the turnbuckles. Kai with a kick and she tags in Gonzalez and she kicks Shotzi in the corner and chokes Shotzi. Kai tags in and Gonzalez with an Irish whip and Kai sets for the running Yakuza kick but Shotzi moves. Shotzi with a jaw breaker and enzuigiri. Candice tags in and she connects with forearms to Shotzi. Shotzi tags in Mia and Mia with a clothesline and drop kick followed by a neck breaker.

Mia misses a kick and then Mia with a Dragon Suplex for a near fall. Mia knocks Gonzalez down on the apron and Candice avoids Sole Food and hits a wrist clutch German suplex. Nox and Gonzalez tag in and Nox with punches and clotheslines but Gonzalez stays on her feet. Gonzalez catches Nox on a cross body attempt but Nox lands on her feet. Gonzalez with a power bomb for a near fall. Mia and Candice fight to the back. Kai tags in and Shotzi pulls Nox away and Kai kicks Gonzalez. Nox with a choke slam to Kai and Shotzi with an assisted Sliced Bread. Nox with the Shiniest Wizard on Kai for the three count.

Winners: Tegan Nox, Mia Yim, and Shotzi Blackheart

After the match, Nox and Blackheart stand tall in the ring as the music hits. Gonzalez helps Kai up from the floor.

– We get a retro-style commercial for the WWE ice cream sandwiches, featuring a few of the NXT Superstars.

Rhea Ripley is in the back getting ready for her match.

Finn Balor vs. Damian Priest

We go back to the ring and out comes Damian Priest. He stops and shoots his imaginary arrow to set fire behind the house set. Finn Balor is out next.

Balor quickly ends his entrance after posing and sends Priest out with a double dropkick. Priest goes to the floor and the match starts.

Bálor attacks Priest at ringside, but Priest soon whips Bálor into the steps. Priest punches Bálor back and drops him on the apron. Priest starts dismantling the steel steps. Bálor charges him, but Priest grabs him and hits a sidewalk slam on the apron. Priest gets Bálor in the ring and attacks. Priest kicks Bálor and punches him down. Bálor fights back, but Priest pushes him to the corner. Bálor boots him back and charges, but Priest hits him with a big flatliner before punching away at him. Priest sends him into the ropes and hits a back elbow. Priest stomps him down in the corner and covers for a one count. Priest then goes to a half nelson while talking trash. Bálor fights up and hits a jawbreaker. Priest quickly hits an ear clap and kicks him to the corner. Bálor boots him back and hits a running forearm. Bálor charges and hits a flying forearm to take him down.

Bálor charges and chops him in the corner. Priest blocks a whip, but Bálor hits a suplex. Priest rolls to the apron, so Bálor baseball slides him to the floor. Bálor wildly kicks away at Priest at ringside and gets in the ring to break up the count. Bálor punches Priest some more. Bálor gets back in and hits the ropes, but Priest gets in the ring and hits a clothesline. Priest goes for a crucifix powerbom, but Bálor gets out. Priest hits the Broken Arrow, but Bálor soon takes him down and hits a nasty double foot stomp!

Bálor punches him, but Priest fights back. Bálor hits the ropes and clubs him. Priest responds with a kick, so Bálor drops him with a Pele Kick for a near fall. An “NXT” chant fires up. Bálor charges Priest as he gets up and hits some running forearms. Priest goes for a chokeslam, but Bálor rolls him up for a near fall. Bálor clotheslines him out of the ring, but Priest immediately leaps up to the apron and kicks Bálor down. Priest hits Bálor with a crucifix powerbomb on the apron before putting him in the ring for a near fall. Priest splashes Bálor in the corner with some back elbows. Bálor soon comes back with a Sling Blade. Bálor has a nasty welt on his back. Bálor charges, but Priest hits a spin kick. Bálor counters back with an elbow drop slam. Bálor hits a Woo Dropkick into the corner. Bálor goes to the top rope, but Priest grabs him by the throat. Priest climbs to the second turnbuckle and hits a super chokeslam for a near fall!

The referee is counting them down, but they each get to the ropes. Priest smirks as he looks at ringside and sees the bottom half of the steel steps. Priest pulls Bálor to the apron, but Bálor fights back. Priest goes for a crucifix powerbomb off the apron, but Bálor fights out. Bálor then forearms Priest, and he falls off the apron with a flat back bump on the steel steps on the floor! Wow!

An “NXT” chant fires up. Priest gets back in the ring at nine and a half, and Bálor immediately hits him with a Coup de Grace to the back of the head! Bálor follows up with a second Coup de Grace for the win!

Winner: Finn Bálor

After the match, Balor stands tall and has his arm raised as the music hits. We go to replays. Priest barely leans up in the corner, staring up at Balor. Balor turns and points his guns at him. We go to a break.

– They do an incredible spoof of the old ICOPRO commercials with NXT Champion Adam Cole from the early-1990s.

– We see Io Shirai getting ready in the back.

NXT North American Championship: Keith Lee versus Johnny Gargano

We go to the ring and out first comes Johnny Gargano. Gargano comes out from the front door of the set, locks it with the key and drops the key in his trunks. Could Gargano be looking to use the key on Lee as he did last week? NXT North American Champion Keith Lee is out next, coming from the regular entrance. Lee has “Black Lives Matter” on the back of his jacket.

The commentators say Lee is entering the match with a scratched cornea and bruised fingers from this past Wednesday.

Gargano cautiously approaches Lee, and Lee swipes him down. Gargano applies a side headlock, but Lee again powers him away. Gargano playfully hops around. Gargano avoids big strikes and kicks from Lee and retreats to the corner looking frightened. Gargano charges, but Lee shoulder blocks him down. Gargano gets him out of the ring and goes for a suicide dive, but Lee catches him and stares. Gargano fights away and goes for a summersault senton, but Lee catches him. Lee goes for a Spirit Bomb, but Gargano digs at the injured eye. Gargano goes to kick the steps into Lee’s hand, but Lee avoids it. Lee then military presses Gargano onto the apron.

Lee punches Gargano back, who crawls over to the In Your House set. The front door is locked. Gargano knocks, but no one answers. Lee slowly approaches and slams him into the door before hitting the Grizzly Magnum. Lee then throws him toward ringside.

Gargano attacks Lee’s injured hand as he gets in the ring. Lee quickly powers him away. Lee knees him in the head, but Gargano attacks the hand. Lee goes to the ropes in pain. Gargano stuns him with an enzuigiri and punches away at him. Gargano attacks the eye and starts the 10 punches in the corner. Lee pushes him off, but Gargano punches him in the eye to knock him to the corner. Lee powers him off out of instinct, but Gargano quickly responds with a boot to the head. Gargano digs Lee’s eye into the turnbuckle pad. Gargano goes outside, removes the turnbuckle connector cover, and bends Lee’s hand over it. Gargano taunts the crowd and gets in the ring before stretching the injured hand some more. Gargano then applies the cobra clutch.

Gargano brings it back in for a quick pin attempt. Gargano grounds Lee now as the crowd tries to rally for him. Gargano drives knees while keeping Lee down. Gargano keeps control and shuts Lee down. Gargano stomps way for another 2 count. Gargano continues to keep Lee down and show off to heat from the crowd. Lee finally powers up and starts dropping Gargano with strikes. Lee misses in the corner and ducks a clothesline but Gargano keeps coming. Lee drops Gargano with a backbreaker for a 2 count.

More back and forth now. Gargano unloads with strikes but Lee drops him with a big left hand. Gargano keeps fighting. Gargano blocks a powerbomb attempt and applies an armbar while Lee is standing. Lee almost breaks free but Gargano bends the fingers back. Lee finally powers out and Gargano goes to the mat. Gargano with big clotheslines. He goes to do the discus but Lee levels him with a clothesline for another 2 count.

Gargano with another close 2 count. Gargano with headbutts and punches to Lee while he’s down. More offense between the two. Gargano with another close 2 count off a counter. Lee catches Gargano with a big one-arm Spinebuster but Gargano rolls to the floor to buy some time. Lee brings Gargano back in but Gargano hits him to prevent him from coming in. Gargano nails a suicide dive, into a DDT on the floor. Gargano comes in and has words with the referee over the count, apparently telling him to hold off. Gargano goes to the floor but Lee runs from the side and delivers a huge Pounce, sending Gargano flying through the Plexiglas barrier. The crowd pops big as Gargano lands hard.

Lee goes around the barrier and starts dragging Gargano to the ring. They stop at the set and Lee scoops Gargano on his shoulder, now walking him to the ring. Candice LeRae comes out and distracts Lee but Mia Yim is behind her. Candice turns around to Yim rocking her. Yim chases Candice into the ring and out the other side, beating on each other. Gargano is in the ring now. He pulls the key from his trunks and digs it in Lee’s eye as he comes from behind. Gargano drops Lee on his head with the DDT but Lee still kicks out just in time. Gargano with a big kick to the head for another close pin attempt. Gargano tries again but Lee isn’t staying down. Gargano with another superkick to the head for a close 2 count.

Gargano stomps on Lee’s hurt fingers again. Gargano talks some in Lee’s face but Lee powers up with his hand around his throat. Lee powers up with the Spirit Bomb but Gargano rolls away from any pin attempt. Lee yells out and nails another big powerbomb, holding Gargano and then delivering the Big Bang Catastrophe for the pin to retain.

Winner: Keith Lee

After the match, Lee is handed the title as his music hits. Lee stands over Gargano and has his arm raised as we go back to replays. Lee poses some more and kisses the title as we go to a break.

– We have another Promotional Consideration ad for the Superstar Cookie Sandwiches.

Charlotte Flair is getting ready in her locker room.

NXT Championship Backlot Brawl Match: Adam Cole vs. Velveteen Dream

We go behind building to the Full Sail backlot as a number of cars are in a circle with their headlights are on. NXT Champion Adam Cole comes in driving a large truck with Undisputed Era flags and decals on it. Cole steps out and sits high up on the truck, talking about how no one will beat him for his title. The Velveteen Dream comes driving up next a yellow Lamborghini. Dream steps out looking like Negan from The Walking Dead. Referee Drake Younger is in the ring. He’s only here to determine the winner. NXT General Manager William Regal told him to tell them to enjoy the spotlight. The cars have their headlights shining on the ring.

Dream enters the ring with his baseball bat. Cole is still on his truck, telling Dream to drop the bat and fight him like a man. Dream throws the bat and tells Cole to come on in. Dream tosses his scarf at Cole’s face. Cole charges and Dream quickly rolls him up for 2. Dream with another quick but close pin attempt. We hear NXT trainees outside of the ring cheering and booing. They run out and back in the ring with Cole leveling Dream with a big boot for a 2 count. The crowd boos Cole. Cole grabs the title belt and says he’s leaving. Cole gets into one of the cars, a Dodge. Dream hits it with the bat and stands on the windshield. Dream unloads on the car with the bat now.

They brawl all over the backlot now. Someone drives up asking who called an Uber. It looks like Emily Andzulis behind the wheel. Cole tries to enter the front door of a house structure on the backlot, which isn’t actually a house but storage of some sort it looks like. Dream keeps beating him around and uses a trash can now. Cole disappears into one of the doors. Dream goes on the hunt and enters one door but Cole sprays him in the face with a fire extinguisher. Cole beats Dream back out and talks trash while keeping him down. Cole beats Dream back over to the cars around the ring, asking him why he doesn’t just quit. Because you’re stupid. Cole pounds on Dream some more. Dream turns it around, dances some on the apron and then leaps off with an axe handle. Dream brings Cole back in for a pin attempt but Cole slides out.

Dream goes to the top and leaps to the ground but Cole meets him in mid-air with a big superkick. Dream turns it around and drops Cole on the hood of a car. Dream brings a ladder over now. Dream beats on Cole on top of the car. Dream climbs the ladder, taunting Cole. Another car pulls up honking the horn, distracting Dream. It’s Roderick Strong and Bobby Fish. They get out and walk over as Cole climbs up to rock Dream. Cole shows off some and Dream knocks him back, busting the windshield of the car. Cole is bleeding.

Strong and Fish run over and double team Dream but he fights back. They beat him down to boos. Strong and Fish stat filling up the ring with a bunch of steel chairs that were in the back of Cole’s truck. Someone from under the ring grabs some of the chairs, surprising Fish and Strong. It’s Dexter Lumis. He comes from under the ring and fights them both off. Lumis beats them into the truck of their own car and then drives the car away.

Cole is just now getting up from the shattered windshield. Dream is recovering in the ring with the chairs. Cole comes back in and Dream ends up hitting the Dream Valley Driver for a close 2 count amid the chairs. Dream keeps control and hits the Purple Rainmaker onto a chair. Cole still kicks out. Cole ends up going low for some boos. Cole goes to the top and hits the Panama Sunrise onto a huge pile of steel chairs. Cole covers for the pin to retain.

Winner: Adam Cole

After the match, Cole screams out ‘FOREVER’ and then he leaves.

– Todd Pettengill is back to hock merchandise much like he did on all the old WWF PPVs. Pettengill didn’t realize 1-900 numbers are obsolete. Go to WWEShop.com for all your merchandise needs. Pettengill then puts over AOL chat rooms. We cut over to D-Generation X confused on how a computer works.

Karrion Kross vs. Tommaso Ciampa

We go back to the ring as Karrion Kross and Scarlett make their way out with another wild entrance. Scarlett chants “Fall and Pray” while dancing around Kross in the middle of the ring. The crowd also chants with her. They pose together as the chants in the crowd pick up. Tommaso Ciampa is out next.

The bell rings and they size each other up. They start brawling now. Kross gets the upperhand and nails a big suplex. Kross follows Ciampa on the floor and attacks. Ciampa slams Kross face-first into the steel steps but Scarlett encourages him. Kross comes back in and blocks Willow’s Bell. Kross fights but Ciampa levels him with a big kick. Kross sends Ciampa to the floor and grabs him by the neck, yelling in his face. Kross launches Ciampa back into the edge of the apron.

Kross stares down at Ciampa and smiles as the referee checks on him. Kross yells for the referee to move so he can bring Ciampa back in. Kross follows and unloads in the corner. Kross with a big overhead suplex. Kross keeps Ciampa down, working him over and yelling at him. Kross manhandles Ciampa some more and launches him out of the corner with another suplex. Kross with knee strikes while Ciampa is down in the corner. The referee backs him off. Kross puts his own hands behind his back and dares Ciampa to hit him. Ciampa charges but Kross nails a Northern Lights suplex. Kross levels Ciampa with a big clothesline next.

Ciampa fights back with strikes in the middle of the ring. They go at it but Ciampa gets the upperhand. Ciampa with a big enziguri to drop Kross. Ciampa kicks Kross to the floor now. Kross runs back in but Ciampa nails Willow’s Bell for a close 2 count. Ciampa gets back up and delivers running knees. Kross counters the Fairytale Ending and launches Ciampa to the mat on his face. Kross takes Ciampa down into the Kross Jacket submission. Ciampa starts fading now. The referee calls the match.

Winner: Karrion Kross

After the match, Kross stands tall as Scarlett joins him in the ring. >She raises his arm as we go to replays and their music starts up. The referee checks on Ciampa. We come back with Kross staring down Ciampa while he sits up in the corner. A “fall and pray” chant comes from the crowd.

– We see the band Code Orange at ringside. Tom plugs their new Takeover t-shirt on WWE Shop, for 24 hours only.

– A disheveled Robert Stone is shown near the set, leaning against the NXT letters and looking as out of it as he did last Wednesday.

– Renee Young plugs her post-Takeover interview with Triple H on Facebook Live.

– We get a video package for tonight’s main event.

Triple Threat for the NXT Women’s Title: Io Shirai vs. Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair

We go back to the ring and out first comes Rhea Ripley. Io Shirai is out next. NXT Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair makes her way out last. Flair enters the ring and raises the title. We get formal ring introductions from Alicia Taylor.

The bell rings and they stare each other down. The trainees make some noise in the crowd. Flair rolls to the floor and tells them to go at it. The crowd boos Flair and chants “you don’t go here!” now. Ripley and Shirai lock up now. Ripley sends Shirai down. Flair runs in from behind and slams Ripley. Ripley chases Flair back out and Shirai rolls Ripley up for 2. Flair decks Ripley and takes her to the corner for more kicks. Shirai pulls Flair off but Flair kicks her. Shirai drops Flair but runs into boots from Ripley in the corner. Flair with a neckbreaker to Ripley. Flair catches Shirai and hits a fall-away slam. Flair kips up for more boos. Flair yells about how this is her house and these two are guests. She delivers chops to both challengers.

Flair goes to run their heads together but they double team her. Ripley hits Shirai and goes to work on Flair. Flair fights back in from the apron. Ripley pulls Flair to the floor. Ripley goes for a cannonball from the apron but she lands hard as Flair moves. Flair launches Ripley into the barrier and she lands hard again. Flair turns around to Shirai nailing a Frankensteiner from the apron. Flair comes back and sends Shirai into the ring post. Flair then sends Shirai into Ripley and the barrier. More boos from Flair as she shows off some at ringside.

Flair brings Shirai back into the ring and boots her in the head while talking trash. Flair takes her time working Shirai over now. Flair catches Shirai but she lands on her feet. Shirai goes for a dropkick but it’s blocked as Flair transitions into a Boston Crab in the middle of the ring. Shirai kicks out and kicks Flair away. Ripley runs in and clotheslines Flair twice. Ripley with knees to Flair’s face now. Ripley levels Flair with a running boot. Ripley yells out and hits abasement dropkick to Flair. Shirai runs over and drops Ripley. Shirai with 619 to Flair. Shirai keeps control and rolls Flair up, then stomps on her. Shirai with more offense to Flair while she’s down. Flair kicks out after a dropkick.

The crowd rallies for Shirai and she powers up. Ripley runs in and cuts Shirai off, rolling her up. Shirai counters. They both collide with big strikes and both go down. Shirai and Ripley start getting up but Flair nails a double Spear. Shirai kicks out at 2, then Ripley kicks out at 2. Flair throws a crotch chop to the crowd. She drags both challengers over to the corner next to each other. Flair goes to the top for the moonsault but Shirai moves and Ripley gets her knees up. Shirai rolls Flair for 2. Ripley rolls Shirai for 2. Shirai counters the Ripcord and drops Ripley. Shirai counters Flair and applies the Crossface submission in the middle of the ring. Ripley breaks it with a big kick. Flair comes right back with a big boot to Ripley for 2. Fans chant “this is awesome!” now.

Flair gets up and stalks Ripley. Ripley avoids Natural Selection as Flair misses it. Ripley slams Flair on her face. Shirai springboards with a missile dropkick to Ripley. Ripley powers up as fans rally for her again. Shirai with the running double knees to Ripley in the corner. Flair comes right back with Natural Selection to Shirai but Shirai kicks out just before the 3 count. Flair can’t believe it.

Shirai rolls Flair for a 2 count. Flair with the Figure Four on Shirai. Ripley breaks the Figure Eight attempt by pulling Flair to the floor and unloading with strikes and a handful of hair. They continue brawling as Shirai nails a big plancha through the ropes, taking Ripley down. Flair hits a big boot on Shirai at ringside. Flair sends Shirai crashing through a window of the house. Ripley and Flair brawl after a Spear attempt now. Ripley mounts Flair with rights and lefts as the referee warns her to take it back to the ring.

Flair gets up and slaps Ripley in the face. Flair mashes Ripley’s face into the Plexiglas and slams her. Ripley keeps fighting and so does Flair. Flair yells at Ripley to come on. We see a spotlight on Shirai now as she’s high up on top of the house set. Ripley and Flair brawl down below. They look up and see Shirai. She smiles and leaps down, nailing a big crossbody on Flair and Ripley. A “holy s–t!” chant breaks out now.

Shirai brings Flair back into the ring. Shirai goes to the top but Ripley runs up to the apron and rocks her to prevent the moonsault. Flair charges with a Spear as Ripley comes through the ropes in the ring but Ripley sends her face-first into the turnbuckles. Flair is out on the floor now. Ripley climbs up for a superplex but Shirai resists. Shirai slides down and decks Ripley, then climbs back up with her. Shirai goes for the Frankensteiner but Ripley stops it in mid-move. Flair runs in with a big boot to Shirai. Shirai falls to the mat and rolls out while Ripley is still up top. Flair chops Ripley while she’s up high. Flair climbs up but Ripley fights back. Ripley with the super Riptide from the top but Shirai rolls back in the ring to break the pin up.

Shirai dodges a kick from Ripley. Shirai unloads with strikes. Ripley blocks Shirai and catches her in the Prism. Flair comes in with a kendo stick and nails Ripley over the back to break the submission. Flair with kendo stick shots to both challengers now. Ripley turns around to a big Spear from Flair. Flair goes for the Figure Four as Ripley tries to resist. Flair tries to bridge into a Figure Eight but Ripley fights her. Flair bridges it as Shirai goes to the top. Shirai hits the moonsault to Ripley, landing only on her and forcing Flair’s submission to break. Shirai holds it for the pin on Ripley to win, while Flair still has part of her hold locked in.

Winner and New NXT Women’s Champion: Io Shirai

After the match, Flair recovers as Shirai takes her title and raises it in the air. Fans chant her name as we go to replays. We come back to Shirai up top celebrating her title win as confetti falls all over the arena. NXT “Takeover: In Your House” goes off the air with Shirai celebrating with the title.


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