NXT Results – November 4, 2020 – Tonight’s NXT episode opens live on the USA Network as Vic Joseph welcomes us. He’s joined by Wade Barrett at ringside, and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix remotely.
Ember Moon vs. Dakota Kai
We go right to the ring as Ember Moon makes her way to the ring while the crowd cheers her on. Vic sends us to a video package of highlights from last week’s NXT Halloween Havoc episode. The video ends and we see Dakota Kai wrapping her entrance, with Raquel Gonzalez right behind her.
The bell rings and they size each other up. They lock up and Moon takes it to the corner. They tangle on the mat and Kai mounts Moon. Moon gets the upperhand and grounds Kai by her arm. Kai tries to get up and reverses it, now keeping Moon down by her arm. Kai talks some trash and counters Moon with an arm drag. Moon counters on the mat, keeping Kai down with a head scissors.
They fight to their feet and but Kai takes control and grounds Moon once again. Moon fights up and out but Kai drops her. Moon kips up and drops Kai right back. They have words and trade aggressive shoves. Moon runs the ropes and drops Kai again, then hits a stomp and a senton in the middle of the ring. Kai retreats to the ropes. Kai dodges a knees attack in the corner. They tangle on the apron and Moon grabs Kai’s hair. Kai counters and yanks Moon shoulder-first into the ring post as fans boo her.
Kai uses the turnbuckle for leverage, trying to pull Moon’s shoulder out of socket. Fans boo Kai as Gonzalez tries to rally for her. Kai grounds Moon in the middle of the ring again. More back and forth now. Kai drops Moon in the corner and stomps again. They continue to trade offense. Kai takes Moon down by her arm and tightens the armbar as the referee checks on her. Kai drops Moon into her knee and can’t believe it as she hangs on. Moon fights back and hits a big enziguri. Moon with some trash talking now. Kai charges with a big forearm. Moon comes off the second rope with a kick to the jaw. Kai kicks Moon in the jaw. Kai runs but Moon stays on her and drops her. Kai is face-down with her head hanging off the apron now. Moon taunts her in the camera and delivers a big kick to the head.
Kai is down on the floor now. Moon goes back in and runs the ropes, sending Kai into the barrier with a big suicide dive. Moon goes for another suicide dive but Kai moves and she crashes into the barrier. Kai recovers at ringside as we go back to commercial.
We are back and Moon with a head scissors and a spinebuster for a near fall. Kai with a kick to the head. Kai goes for a wheelbarrow move and rolls Moon up and gets a near fall. Kai gets Moon up on her shoulders but Moon gets back to her feet. Kai with a round kick to the temple followed by an Irish whip but Moon with a Codebreaker for a near fall. Kai with a forearm and Moon fires back. Moon lets Kai get in a shot and Moon was playing possum and she applies a crossface. Kai gets a near fall and Moon with a rollup for a near fall. They go back and forth and then Kai with a Fujiwara arm bar.
Moon gets her foot on the rope to force a break but Kai takes her time to release the hold. Kai with forearms and a kick. Kai with a slap and Moon screams and she blocks a forearm and Moon with slaps and knees. Moon with forearms to the back. Moon with a knee in the corner and a hip toss. Moon with an elbow in the corner and Gonzalez gets on the apron and Kai with a boot to Moon. Kai with Go 2 Kick for the three count.
Winner: Dakota Kai
— We go to Cameron Grimes and he is ambushed by McKenzie. He is asked about his loss last week. He says it wasn’t really a match. There wasn’t a pinfall or submission and the referee was a zombie. Whatever happened last week happened weeks ago. Tonight, he is going to cave in KUSHIDA. The referee tells Grimes that his match is next and Grimes freaks out and runs away.
We go to commercial.
— We are back and McKenzie asks Shotzi about her match against Toni Storm. Shotzi says she had a blast hosting last week and William Regal let her pick her opponent. She mentions the resume of Toni Storm and that is why she chose Toni. Shotzi welcomes Toni to the ball pit.
Cameron Grimes vs. KUSHIDA
Grimes goes into the ropes to stop KUSHIDA. KUSHIDA tries to kick at Grimes and Grimes goes into the ropes. KUSHIDA goes for the leg and Grimes with an arm drag into a wrist lock. KUSHIDA with a rollup for a near fall. KUSHIDA goes for a hammer lock and Grimes with a fireman’s carry for a near fall. KUSHIDA with a front face lock and he maintains a mount position and floats over and then gets a near fall. KUSHIDA with an arm bar.
Grimes with a rear chin lock and he works on the ear and stomps on the head. Grimes with a European uppercut. Grimes floats over and KUSHIDA with a hip toss into a cross arm breaker but Grimes tries to get a near fall with a rollup. KUSHIDA with a hammer lock and then he traps the arms using his leg and KUSHIDA falls back to the mat. KUSHIDA with an arm bar and Grimes gets to the corner but KUSHIDA with a running divorce court and a kick for a near fall. Grimes kicks KUSHIDA in the head and in the shoulder.
Grimes with forearms and he takes KUSHIDA to the mat with a wrist lock. KUSHIDA takes Grimes to the mat and he stomps on the elbow. KUSHIDA with an arm drag into an arm bar. KUSHIDA works on the arm and shoulder but Grimes with forearms to the lower back. KUSHIDA with a rollup for a near fall. Grimes with a hot shot to KUSHIDA and he gets a near fall. Grimes kicks KUSHIDA and then connects with an elbow to the back of the head. KUSHIDA with elbows to Grimes. Grimes charges into the corner and KUSHIDA with a flatliner into the turnbuckles. KUSHIDA with forearms and Grimes with a knee.
KUSHIDA with a kick and clothesline. Grimes with boots to the head and back. Grimes with kicks in the corner. Grimes with shoulders in the corner followed by a kick to the back of the leg. Grimes with a hard Irish whip. Grimes with kicks but KUSHIDA kicks Grimes. They exchange forearms and KUSHIDA with kicks. KUSHIDA with a handspring back elbow and he misses a forearm in the corner. KUSHIDA with a reverse atomic drop and hip toss followed by a cartwheel and drop kick. KUSHIDA with a falling kick. KUSHIDA misses the kick to the elbow. KUSHIDA with a handspring kick to knock Grimes off the apron. KUSHIDA goes up top and Grimes returns to the ring and KUSHIDA with a cross body for a near fall.
KUSHIDA goes for a boot to the chest and Grimes with a rollup for a near fall. Grimes with a back slide and he rolls through into a sit out power bomb for a near fall. KUSHIDA gets to his feet first and Grimes tries to put KUSHIDA on the turnbuckles and he succeeds. KUSHIDA with a forearm but Grimes climbs the turnbuckles and KUSHIDA drops Grimes on the top rope. KUSHIDA with a forearm to the jaw and he comes off the turnbuckles with an arm DDT. KUSHIDA kicks the arm and goes for a German suplex but Grimes pushes KUSHIDA Into the referee and then KUSHIDA sends Grimes into the referee. KUSHIDA rolls through into the Hoverboard Lock and Grimes taps but there is no referee.
KUSHIDA releases the hold and calls for the referee to wake up from his nap. GRIMES with a flipping cross body for a near fall but the referee is still out.
Another referee comes out to the ring and Grimes freaks out because it is the referee from his match last week. KUSHIDA with a Hoverboard Lock and Grimes taps out.
— We go to comments from Toni Storm. She says she loves Shotzi Blackheart and her intensity. She appreciates that Shotzi picked her but that might have been a mistake. This will be a stepping stone to the top of the division. Back to commercial.
— We are back with a look back at last week’s NXT Women’s Championship Match. Io Shirai says everyone wants to know what is next for her. To show that this is my NXT, I must accept one more challenge. I must face Rhea Ripley one-on-one for the title. I am not afraid of nightmares.
Killian Dain and Drake Maverick vs. Matt Martel and Chase Parker
Drake and Dain kick Parker and Martel before the bell rings. Dain pushes Drake out of the way so he can work over Parker. Dain with an Irish whip and forearm. Drake tags in and he hits a drop toe hold and Dain with a back senton. Drake is slammed onto Parker for a near fall. Parker sends Drake into the turnbuckles when Martel distracts Maverick. Martel tags in and he sends Drake into the turnbuckles. Parker tags in and hits a knee for a near fall.
Parker with a nerve hold on Drake. Parker with a punch to Maverick and he sends him into the turnbuckles. Drake blocks a punch and punches Parker. Parker runs into a boot and Drake wants to make the tag and Parker tries to stop him but Drake drops down and Parker goes through the ropes. Maverick goes to the apron as a vehicle arrives and the McAttack arrives.
Parker and Maverick exchange punches and Martel tags in and he connects with a shoulder and back breaker. The McAlliance enters the building and they make their way to the ring and they attack Dain and Maverick.
Dunne attacks Maverick while Lorcan and Burch work over Dain. Dunne continues the attack on Drake while they hit an elevated DDT on Dain.
We go to commercial.
— We are back and Pat McAfee is in the ring with Danny Burch, Oney Lorcan, and Pete Dunne. Pat says you are looking at the greatest four men to get together in the history of the wrestling business. We run NXT and there is no doubt about it. We are not a bunch of scumbags. We are men of class. We are professional. Since we are the new kings of NXT, we should pay tribute to the last group that ran roughshod in NXT, the Undisputed Era. We will put their banner in the rafters to commemorate what we did to them.
In 2017, this group came along in The NXT. He talks about their hand gestures and how they were over with the fans. They said they needed another member and . . . Pete Dunne says Roderick Strong taught him a valuable lesson. You need to trust the right people. Last week, I decided to return the favor and show Kyle O’Reilly the same lesson. After Roddy joined, they won championships but they became greedy. They left all of the talent by the wayside because of the push that Undisputed Era got.
Danny says they have a combined 30 years in the business and we were told we would never be on the same level as Undisputed Era and look at us now.
Pat says Undisputed Era was allowed to do what they wanted. All it took was one run in with me. At Takeover XXX, Cole beat me but he didn’t show me any respect. At the next Takeover, Ridge Holland attacked Adam Cole. He brought in people who didn’t like Undisputed Era. It is time for our reign to begin. We remember the past but the future is much better.
Pat wants to get a vote from the members of the McAlliance and instead of hanging the banner, they are going to put the banner in the trashcan.
Pat holds the banner and throws it in the trash can while Pete has some lighter fluid. Pete sprays some lighter fluid on the banner and then he lights it.
They leave the building but Killian Dain attacks McAfee but Burch, Lorcan, and Dunne attack Dain. Dunne slams the car door into Dain. They drive away. Back to commercial.
— We are back and Johnny Gargano says people have been lying about how he doesn’t like wheels. He loves wheels. He loves making history. He is a triple crown winner and a two time North American Champion. Johnny answers a call and Ghostface says he is in the house and Johnny says he is sitting next to him. Ghostface says everything is coming up Johnny. Johnny says he will have a short title reign. He will put that blemish away when he defends the title against a worthy opponent.
Toni Storm vs. Shotzi Blackheart
Shotzi misses a clothesline and kick. Storm with a kick to the midsection. Storm misses a splash into the corner and Blackheart with a kick but she slips on the ropes. Storm with a forearm. Shotzi slides under a clothesline and Shotzi with a single leg take down. Shotzi with a leg drop to the midsection and Storm sends Shotzi into the turnbuckles. Shotzi with a kick and a head scissors that sends Storm into the turnbuckles. Shotzi misses a back senton into the turnbuckles and Storm with a knee for a near fall.
Storm with a chop followed by a suplex for a near fall. Shotzi with forearms and a tornado DDT into a rollup for a near fall. Storm with a kick for a near fall. Storm gets another near fall. Storm works on the neck. Storm with a reverse chin lock and she sends Shotzi to the mat and gets a near fall. Storm with a snap mare and she returns to the neck. Storm with a front face lock. Storm with a front face lock suplex for a near fall.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Storm with a knee to the midsection. Shotzi floats over in the corner and hits a drop kick and knee. Shotzi with a twisting bulldog and knee. Storm struggles to get back to her feet and Shotzi with a back senton to Storm against the ropes for a near fall. Storm with a German suplex and he holds on but Shotzi with elbows. Shotzi goes for Sliced Bread but Storm blocks it and hits a German suplex for a near fall. Storm sets for Storm Zero but Shotzi blocks it. Shotzi with a Saito Suplex for a near fall.
Storm with a head butt and she falls on top of Shotzi to get a near fall. Storm goes to the turnbuckles but Shotzi stops her. Storm with a shoulder and forearm from the apron. Shotzi with forearms and chops. Shotzi with a round kick and then Shotzi goes up top and drops Storm on the apron and both women are down. The referee starts his count and Shotzi gets back in at eight and then he stops counting.
Candice LeRae shows up on the GameTron. She says someone left your tank in the middle of the road. Who would do such a thing? Candice says she will stay and watch it.
Storm with a rollup and bridge for the three count.
Winner: Toni Storm
After the match, Candice says it is too bad you lost. Your tank is still here and I don’t know how long I can do this. Candice says she hears a lot of cars. She gets into a Hummer and says that these are the things that happen when you put your nose in other people’s business. Candice runs over the tank and we see Ghostface in the back. Candice says you took the NXT Women’s Championship from me so now we are even.
Shotzi screams in the ring. Toni tries to console Shotzi. Back to commercial.
— We are back with a look at Santos Escobar arriving at the building with Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza. He answers questions about people questioning his tactics. Jake Atlas drives up and he hits Mendoza with a tire iron before he drives away.
— Timothy Thatcher is in the ring with his student Akeem for Thatch As Thatch Can. Today’s lesson is reversals. You have to be prepared when you step between these four ropes. He wants to show a front guillotine choke. A windpipe crush is illegal in wrestling, but if someone wants to be a tough guy, they can grab whatever they want. He shows the key to reversing is to block the cutting bone. When he tries to take you to the mat, you move to the side and turn your head. He can crank as hard as he wants but there is no pressure. Thatcher says he will use his arm to apply a crossface into a top wrist lock. We have to know the difference between whether he is tapping because I have crushed his soul or if he is trying to get me in a false sense of security.
Akeem says he thought it was an exhibition. He asks Akeem if he wants some water. Thatcher says Akeem is going to try the escape so he applies the guillotine. Thatcher applies an Achilles Lock. August Grey comes out and attacks Thatcher. Grey kicks Thatcher off the apron and over the ringside barrier.
— McKenzie is in the back and she is with Xia Li. She asks about the letters. Xia says the letters are from her family and she needs to turn things around. She does not want to reveal what was in the letters. William Regal shows up and he hands her a letter. Xia reads it and she says that she needs to challenge Raquel Gonzalez next week because she dishonored her. Regal says he will give her the match. We go to commercial.
— We are back and Rhea Ripley says she has wanted Io to challenge her since June. 2020 has been complete trash since everyone has been challenging her. You say you might not be afraid of nightmares but everyone is afraid of something. You are afraid of losing your title. I will leave 2020 like I left 2019, as the NXT Women’s Champion.
— We will have two title matches next week. Johnny Gargano defends the North American Title while Breezango gets their rematch against Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan.
Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream
Dream tries to attack Ciampa before the bell rings but Ciampa avoids it. Ciampa with a side head lock and he holds on when Dream tries to send him off the ropes. Ciampa with a side head lock take down and he goes for the cast and tries to rip it off. Ciampa tries to stomp on the cast but Dream pulls his arm out of the way. Dream shows some frustration and he hits the announce table with his cast. Dream sends Ciampa’s head into the fencing and plexiglass. Ciampa drops Dream on the ringside barrier by the penalty box area and Ciampa with a running knee.
They return to the ring and Dream rolls to the floor. Ciampa punches Dream and Ciampa sends Dream onto the announce table with a gourdbuster and then Dream covers up when Ciampa tries for a running knee. Ciampa slams the cast onto the announce table and then he pats himself on the back. Dream with a kick and shoulders in the corner. Ciampa with an Irish whip and Dream flips over the top rope and hits the ringside barrier.
Dream goes up the ramp and Ciampa catches up to him and he pulls Dream back into the ring. Ciampa with a German suplex and a sliding knee to the side of the head. Ciampa sets for Fairy Tale Ending but Dream escapes. Ciampa with a wrist lock and he stomps on the cast. Dream climbs the turnbuckles and Ciampa punches him. Ciampa grabs Dream by the cast and pulls him off the turnbuckles and crotches him. Ciampa has Dream in the turnbuckles and he kicks Dream and kicks him against the ring steps.
Ciampa sends Dream into the plexiglass. Ciampa sends Dream back into the ring and he punches Dream. Ciampa with a knee drop onto the cast. Ciampa with a knee drop to the lower arm. Ciampa chops Dream and then goes to the turnbuckles to punch him. Ciampa with more punches and then Dream falls to the mat.
Ciampa kicks Dream in the head. Ciampa with a chop and Irish whip but Dream collapses to the mat. Dream with a boot to the head. Dream goes up top and Ciampa stops him. Ciampa with a chop and he sets for a superplex but Dream with punches to stop Ciampa. Ciampa grabs the cast and Dream rakes the eyes. Dream with punches and a spinebuster. Dream with punches. Dream with a rear chin lock. Dream with a kick to the chest and an atomic drop but Ciampa with clotheslines. Ciampa with a clothesline into the corner and he puts Dream on the turnbuckles. CIampa with a superplex for a near fall. Dream with punches and Ciampa with an arm wringer.
Ciampa with a sunset flip for a near fall. Dream gets Ciampa on his shoudlers but Ciampa holds on the ropes. Dream with a kick and he sends Ciampa to the floor. Dream runs into a forearm and Dream with a pescado onto Ciampa. Dream suplexes Ciampa over the top rope to the floor and Dream follows. Dream with a super kick and Dream brings a chair into the ring. Dream comes off the turnbuckles and Ciampa with a knee and he hits Willow’s Bell followed by Fairy Tale Ending for the three count.
Winner: Tommaso Ciampa
After the match, the music hits as Ciampa sits up to cheers from the crowd. Dream is still down. We go to replays. Ciampa stares out at the crowd in the Capitol Wrestling Center as Dream tries to recover. A loud “NXT!” chant continues while Ciampa stands tall and NXT goes off the air.
NXT Results – November 4, 2020