NXT “Takeover: Stand & Deliver” Night 2 Results

NXT “Takeover: Stand & Deliver” Night 2 Results

Takeover: Stand & Deliver Night 2 Results – The Kickoff pre-show for tonight’s NXT “Takeover: Stand & Deliver” Night 2 opens up from Capitol Wrestling Center at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida as Sam Roberts welcomes us. He’s joined by Jimmy Smith. They briefly talk about Night One and then start hyping tonight’s show.

We see footage of Adam Cole arriving earlier today for his Unsanctioned Match with Kyle O’Reilly. NXT General Manager William Regal and a team of security are waiting for him. Security surrounds Cole and he asks what’s this, it appears. It looks like they will be escorting him. O’Reilly is also shown arriving earlier today and security is already surrounding him. Sam sends us to a video package for tonight’s NXT Title match.

— We go to Samoa Joe with Karrion Kross and Scarlett.  Joe asks about Takeover XXX when he won the title and he was told about his injury.  Kross says he was pissed.  He says he doesn’t feel the need to go through his entire career, but it took a long time for him to show up at that time.  For that injury to happen, he thought it was all for nothing.  Joe asks how can Kross recapture the title from someone thought to be the best of all time.  He will crush Balor.  Balor has technique and experience and Kross says Balor is the best champion of all time.  Balor will not control the pace of the match.

Joe asks Kross what he will be feeling if he wins tonight.  Kross says he came here to be a champion, not lost in the shuffle. Joe asks about Balor’s comments from last week and Kross says he does not care what he says.  Balor’s arrogance will be his downfall.  This is why he is in this position.  He is not changing anyting and Balor’s efforts will not work.

— Finn Balor sat down with Samoa Joe.  Joe brings up that Finn has a great record at Takeover and he says that he has a long streak for delivering at Takeover, but with a small blemish.  Joe asks if Kross is the type of man who can add a blemish to his record.  Balor says he has proven that he can stand and deliver.  If anyone has to stand and deliver it is not him.  Joe asks Balor how long it took him to get back to where he wanted to be after his injury.  Balor says he hated to give up his title.  It took a while for him to get his confidence back.  Is it too soon for Kross?  Joe brings up how Kross may have rushed his return.  Balor says underestimating Finn Balor is a fatal mistake.  He says he is in the peak of his career.

Joe asks Balor how will he defeat Karrion Kross.  Balor says he has faced big men and he will drag them into territories they don’t belong.  He will drag Kross into deep water and give him an experience he has never seen before.  Balor says he is pissed that he is considered the underdog against someone who is not proven.  How many times does he have to prove he is the best.  That is what drives him and where the fury comes from.

— Sam and Jimmy welcome sports journalist Arash Markazi. He talks about the NXT Title bout being a big money match and we get a Tale of the Tape for Kross and Balor. Sam mentions Mickie James joining us soon as he sends us to a break.

— McKenzie Mitchell is with Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart and they are asked about Candice’s prediction about the match.  Shotzi laughs.  Ember says they will not underestimate Candice and Indi because that is the Way they do it.  They will do it their way.

— Mickie James joins Sam and Jimmy to talk about the Women’s Tag Title match.  Mickie says there is another thing to fight for in the women’s division and the gold is the goal.  Sam asks what does Mickie see in Ember and Shotzi.  She says they are different but they fit together.  

— Sam asks Jimmy if there is a problem for Reed getting a title match the next day.  Jimmy says Bronson needs an old school mentality to be successful tonight.  Mickie says that Johnny has the advantage because Bronson wrestled last night.

— We take a look at the Cruiserweight Title Match. Arash is asked about the ladder match and he mentions Razor and Shawn from Wrestlemania X.  He says this is a rare moment and we will find out who the real champion will be.  

— We take a look at the Stand and Deliver Global Press Conference.

Sam asks Jimmy what would he do in a ladder match.  He says he would work the leg since you need two legs to climb.  

We see William Regal taking Jordan Devlin’s title belt for the ladder match. Jimmy says that Devlin has a psychological advantage since he did not lose the title.  Arash says that Santos has been dominant as champion and he has Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza.  He took the division from the side show to the main show. Sam mentions that the ladder match will start off the special.

#1 Contender’s Match
Breezango vs. Killian Dain and Drake Maverick
Winners earn a future title shot from NXT Tag Team Champions MSK

Dain and Long John Breeze start things off.  Breeze avoids Dain on a lock up and he thinks he is Captain Morgan.  Dain removes Breeze’s hat and Breeze escapes a slam and Fandango tags in and he tosses Breeze aside and hip tosses Fandango.  Maverick tags in and he applies a side head lock.  Fandango with a shoulder tackle and some dancing.  Drake tries to avoid going over on a sunset flip and Drake with some dancing of his own.  Dain pulls Drake aside  and Dain tags himself in.  Drake puts Breeze’s hat on Dain and Dain is not happy.

Fandango with a European uppercut but Dain with European uppercuts and he wants Drake in and he tags Drake in and tosses him into Fandango.  Drake with kicks and Fandango sends Drake to the mat and follows with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker for a near fall.  Fandango with punches and he tags Breeze in and Tyler with a suplex for a near fall.  Fandango tags in and he kicks Drake and hits a delayed vertical suplex for a near fall.  Fandango with shoulders in the corner and Breeze tags in and punches Drake.  Breeze with a hard Irish whip.  Breeze kicks Drake and then hits a leg drop for a near fall.  Breeze with a rear chin lock.

Breeze with a forearm to the back and Fandango tags in and he sends Drake into the turnbuckles and follows with a hard Irish whip.  Fandango drops Drake on the top rope and Breeze tags in and they both kick Drake in the side of the head.  Breeze gets a near fall.  Drake lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt and Drake with kicks and he runs around Fandango to tag in Dain.  Breeze tags in and he hits a shoulder tackle and cross body on Breeze.  Dain goes to the apron and clotheslines Fandango back into the ring.  Dain with a uranage to Breeze and then he hits a Fallaway slam and Samoan drop combination for a near fall.

Dain with a splash in the corner and then Dain and Drake with kicks.  Dain tags back in and Drake comes off the turnbuckles into a super kick from Breeze.  Breeze and Fandango with super kicks to Dain for a near fall.  Dain crotches Fandango and Drake tags in and he hits a Frankensteiner.  Drake drop kicks Breeze off the apron.  Dain grabs Drake and power bombs him onto Fandango for the three count.

Winners:  Drake Maverick and Killian Dain

— We take a look back at Night One of Takeover.

— McKenzie is with William Regal and he says that every match on night one delivered.  It is time for the competitors on Night Two to show what they can do.  She asks Regal about the security with Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly.  Regal says he is going to make sure that neither of them get near each other before the match.  McKenzie asks if Adam Cole has been fined for attacking him and Regal says there is not going to be any fine.

— We take a look at the Unsanctioned Match with a video package.

— Kyle O’Reilly sat down with Samoa Joe.  Joe asks Kyle what has changed for him.  He says it is tough to answer.  It has been a crazy year for him and everyone else.  He says he is having an internal struggle.  It felt good to be in the Undisputed Era.  It was championships, main events, limo rides, and merchandise checks.  Something had to give.  He strayed from the path that got him here and he could not recognize himself.  To save his soul, he had to get away from the gang mentality.

Joe says that Kyle’s recent behavior has not been better than a gang mentality.  Kyle says that Joe is right.  When it comes to Adam, you have to fight fire with fire.  If I have to sink to his level to gain an advantage, I am willing to do it.  Joe brings up the history and he wants to know when does it stop and when will he be satisfied.  Kyle says he has been struggling with this for a year.  Cole would make the decisions for him.  Kyle says he was in a lot of interesting positions and opportunities.  The main event of Takeover against Finn Balor.  I lost and I lost the rematch but I finally felt like myself.  I fought with honor and integrity.

Joe says honor and integrity are not part of an Unsanctioned match.  Joe asks if Kyle has what it takes to beat Adam Cole.  Kyle says he thinks he can.  He says he is not here to set expectations because this will be as one sided as it gets.  He wants to finish Adam as quickly and efficiently as possible.

— Adam Cole joined Samoa Joe.  Joe says he has followed Adam’s career and no matter the situation or pressure, he is calm and cool.  As of late, with Kyle O’Reilly, that poise has gone away and it is a personal rivalry.  Adam says he has known Kyle for 12 years.  They have traveled all over the world.  If it wasn’t for him, Kyle never would have made it to WWE.  This is personal.  Joe asks if this proves who the backbone of the Undisputed Era?  Cole says he was the success of the group.  The others were along for the ride.  Crossing him is a big mistake.

Adam says Joe should be asking Kyle about being reckless.  Kyle tried to run him off the road and got him arrested.  Kyle threatened to come to my home and find me.  What does victory look like for Adam Cole.  Cole says when Kyle has the realization after the match that he was given a beating like no one else could have given him and he thinks he shouldn’t have messed with Adam Cole. 

Joe asks if Adam and Kyle will be able to co-exist again.  Right now, it seems impossible.  If Kyle apologizes and believes his apology and realizes the type of moron and imbecile he has been.  He has to know he has an ass beating coming to him first.

— We see Santos Escobar and Jordan Devlin walking backstage as Sam wraps the Kickoff.

Takeover: Stand & Deliver Night 2 Results

We are live from Capitol Wrestling Center at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida as Poppy is introduced and she performs a couple of song.

Ladder Match for Cruiserweight Title Unification
Jordan Devlin (c) vs. Santos Escobar (c)

We go right to the ring and out first comes NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar as Taylor does the introductions. We see ladders around the arena. Vic Joseph welcomes us from the announce table. He’s joined at ringside by Wade Barrett and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. We see both Cruiserweight Title belts hanging above the ring. Escobar wears his El Fantasma mask out to pay homage but takes it off. There is no sign of Legado del Fantasma partners Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde. Out next comes NXT Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Devlin.

The bell ring and they immediately start brawling. Devlin drops Escobar first. They run the ropes and Devlin lands a big arm drag takedown, grounding Escobar. Escobar takes control as fans do dueling chants now. Devlin blocks a Gutbuster but Escobar works him over. More back and forth now. Devlin drops Escobar and hits the standing moonsault. Devlin plays to the crowd for some boos as Escobar rolls to the floor to regroup.

Devlin ends up hitting a big moonsault from the apron, taking Escobar down in front of the announcers. Devlin brings Escobar back in but stops to pull a ladder from under the ring. Escobar runs and slides out but Devlin drops him with the ladder. Devlin brings the ladder in the ring and starts climbing for the titles. Escobar stops him and sends him face-first into the ladder. Escobar leans the ladder in the corner now, then stomps on Devlin while he’s down. Devlin blocks a shot into the ladder but Escobar kicks him. Devlin avoids a powerbomb into the leaning ladder. They tangle and Escobar launches Devlin up onto the leaning ladder. Devlin falls out to the floor and the referee checks on him.

Escobar talks some trash and hits a big running double knees into the Plexiglas barrier. Escobar brings a ladder out and leans it against the fan barrier. Escobar works Devlin over at ringside. Escobar returns to the ring and grabs the leaning ladder, standing it up under the titles. Devlin comes back in but Escobar dropkicks the ladder into his face. Escobar unloads on Devlin with a ladder in the corner now. Escobar keeps Devlin down and stomps away as fans try to rally. Escobar positions a ladder under the titles again, and this time he climbs. Devlin stops him but Escobar goes back to stomping away to keep him down. Escobar talks some trash as Devlin tries to get up. Escobar stays on him but Devlin counters and sends Escobar face-first into a ladder that was laying on the turnbuckles in the corner.

Escobar stops Devlin from capitalizing, leveling him for more dueling chants. Devlin quickly gets up the ladder and reaches but Escobar grabs him. Devlin nails a huge DDT and they’re both down as fans chant “this is awesome!” now. Escobar sends Devlin to the floor, then hits a huge suicide dive, smashing Devlin’s back into a ladder that was leaning against the barrier. The ladder is still standing but both competitors are down.

Escobar brings a ladder in but he drops it when Devlin rolls in. Escobar talks some trash and rocks Devlin. Devlin is slow to get up and Escobar keeps him down. Escobar goes for a double underhook but Devlin back-drops him onto a ladder. More big back and forth action now. They collide in mid-air with Devlin hitting a big crossbody. Devlin hits a spinning Cutter coming in from the apron. Devlin stands a ladder up as Escobar struggles to get to his feet. Devlin headbutts him right back to the mat. Devlin stands a ladder in the corner and climbs up. Escobar climbs with him and they trade shots at the top, nowhere near the title. Devlin knocks Escobar to the mat. Devlin climbs to the very top of the ladder and hits a huge moonsault to Escobar on the mat. Fans chant “NXT!” again.

Devlin positions the ladder under the titles now. He climbs but here comes Mendoza and Wilde. They send Devlin to the floor and double team him as fans boo. Referees order them to the back but they launch Devlin into the steel ring steps first. Escobar recovers and is all smiles as Mendoza and Wilde point up at the titles. They walk back to the stage as Escobar orders them to the back, then he positions a ladder and starts climbing for the titles. Devlin chucks a ladder at Escobar out of desperation. they both meet at the top of two ladders now, near the titles. They fight it out. Devlin hits a huge Spanish Fly from the ladders. Fans chant “holy s–t!” and “this is awesome!” now. Devlin gets up first while Escobar is still laid out. Devlin starts climbing.

Devlin gets a hand on the titles but Escobar climbs up and cuts him off. They both trade shots and go for the titles. Devlin grabs them again but Escobar knocks him off, sending him crashing through the leaning ladder all the way over in the corner. Escobar is slow to capitalize now. He finally unhooks one title, and then the other. The bell rings and Escobar is announced as the Undisputed NXT Cruiserweight Champion.

Winner and UNDISPUTED Cruiserweight Champion:  Santos Escobar

After the match, Escobar raises both titles on top of the ladder as he’s cheered on and the music hits. Escobar continues celebrating as we go to replays. Santos celebrates on the stage with his 9 year old son, Mendoza and Wilde now. Officials check on Devlin in the ring. Legado del Fantasma stands tall on the stage.

Backstage:

McKenzie Mitchell is with MSK in the back.  She congratulates them on their victory.  Lee says it was hard to sleep last night.  Carter is happy that they have name plates.  McKenzie mentions their new number one contenders.  Lee says they are ready for them and want to see what they will do to try to take these titles. Carter says they faced Drake and Dain in the Dusty Classic and they will win again.  McKenzie asks for picks on the Unsanctioned and Men’s Title Match and they are not on the same page.

NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles Match
The Way vs. Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart (c)

We go back to the ring and out comes The Way – Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell. NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart are out next, riding Shotzi’s tank. We get formal ring introductions from Taylor.

Indi and Candice attack Shotzi and Ember as the bell rings.  Indi kicks Ember to the floor while Shotzi goes after Candice.  Indi with a waist lock take down and Candice with a back senton for a near fall.  Indi tags in and she drops Shotzi on Candice’s knees.  Indi with a side slam for a near fall.  Indi with a back elbow and she gets a near fall.  Candice tags in and connects with an elbow.  Candice with a snap mare and leap frog neck snap for a near fall.  Shotzi with forearms and Candice with an elbow for a near fall.  Candice with a top wrist lock and take down.  Indi tags in and gets a near fall.  Indi sends Shotzi to the apron and Indi with kicks and Candice stands on Shotzi on the apron.

Candice gets a near fall.  Candice sends Shotzi into the turnbuckles and then connects with forearms.  Candice pulls Shotzi into the corner.  Indi tags in and she stops Shotzi from getting across the ring.  Candice tags in and Shotzi with an enzuigiri.  Ember tags in and she hits a drop kick and clothesline.  Indi is knocked off the apron.  Ember with a back heel kick and punches.  Ember with a rolling elbow.  Ember sends Candice into the turnbuckles and connects with a clothesline.  Ember goes up top and Indi distracts Ember and then the referee.  Candice hits the ropes to crotch Ember.  Indi tags in and Shotzi stops a double superplex.  Shotzi goes for a German superplex on Candice and Indi comes under for the Tower of Doom.  Indi gets a near fall.  

Indi kicks Ember in the corner and gets a near fall.  Hartwell with a spinebuster for a near fall.  Candice tags in and Ember pushes Candice into Ember.  Shotzi tags in and hits a cross body onto both women.  Shotzi with a rolling elbow and a Tiger Suplex.  Ember tags in and Shotzi with a suicide dive.  Ember goes up top and hits a cannonball onto Candice and Indi.  Shotzi tags in and they hit a running power slam combination for a near fall.  Candice with a rollup for a near fall.  Candice with a super kick and Ember is knocked onto the ramp.  Indi tags in.

Indi kicks Ember in the corner and gets a near fall.  Hartwell with a spinebuster for a near fall.  Candice tags in and Ember pushes Candice into Ember.  Shotzi tags in and hits a cross body onto both women.  Shotzi with a rolling elbow and a Tiger Suplex.  Ember tags in and Shotzi with a suicide dive.  Ember goes up top and hits a cannonball onto Candice and Indi.  Shotzi tags in and they hit a running power slam combination for a near fall.  Candice with a rollup for a near fall.  Candice with a super kick and Ember is knocked onto the ramp.  Indi tags in.

Indi and Candice with a flapjack and Codebreaker combination for a near fall.  Shotzi with an enzuigiri to Indi and Moon tags in and she hits Eclipse on Candice and the impact sends Indi down.  Shotzi with a back senton off the turnbuckles for the three count.

Winners:  Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart

After the match, Moon and Blackheart begin celebrating with the titles as the music hits. We go to replays. Shotzi and Moon continue celebrating as The Way recovers at ringside.

— We see Finn Balor in the back and then we see Karrion Kross getting ready for his match against Finn Balor.

— We take a look at Bronson Reed’s victory last night to get the chance to face Johnny Gargano tonight for the North American championship.

— Stephanie McMahon is with Gable Steveson in the front row.

NXT North American Title Match
Bronson Reed vs. Johnny Gargano (c)

We go back to the ring and out comes Bronson Reed. Out next comes The Way – NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano with Austin Theory. We get formal ring introductions from Taylor as Gargano taunts Reed.

The match is underway and Reed with a waist lock and take down.  Reed with a shoulder tackle and he sends Gargano into the turnbuckles but Gargano floats over and hits a head scissors but Reed with a cartwheel.  Gargano goes for a leap frog and Reed with a body block.  Reed presses Gargano over his head and then brings him down and hits a fallaway slam.  Reed with shoulders in the corner and an elbow to the top of the head.  Reed picks up Gargano on his shoulders and Gargano gets to the ramp.  Gargano with a forearm and he goes for the sllingshot spear but he bounces off Reed.  Gargano with punches and Reed chops Gargano to the mat.  Reed with a chop.

Reed misses a splash and Gargano tries for clotheslines but Reed stays on his feet.  Gargano clips Reed and then hits a flying clothesline.  Gargano with a kick to the ribs followed by a baseball slide to the ribs.  Reed catches Gargano on a pescado attempt.  Gargano escapes and Gargano sends Reed ribs first into the announce table.  Gargano with a running shoulder into the corner.  Gargano punches Reed.  Gargano goes for a sunset flip but Reed stays on his feet.  Reed misses a sit down splash.  Gargano with a splash for a near fall.  Gargano works on the back.  Gargano with a reverse chin lock.  Reed backs Gargano into the corner to escape the hold.  Reed with a power slam.

Reed with a forearm or two.  Reed with a body block and a splash into the corner.  Reed with a choke slam to Gargano.  The referee holds Reed back while he checks on Gargano.  Reed sets for a suplex and Gargano wit knees to try to get out of the hold but Reed holds on and turns it into a Death Valley Driver for a near fall.  Reed goes for a superplex but Gargano crotches Reed and Gargano with a kick and lungblower.  Gargano gets a near fall.  Gargano with forearms to Reed.  Reed grabs Gargano by the throat and goes for a choke slam but Gargano with a knee.  Reed with a suplex to Gargano and both men are down.  Reed goes to the turnbuckles but Gargano rolls to the other side of the ring.

Reed misses a back senton when Gargano moves and Gargano with a crucifix for a near fall.  Gargano with a kick.  Reed gets Gargano on his shoulders and Gargano with a poisonrana.  Gargano with a La Mistica and tries for GargaNo Escape.  Gargano with a knee and he locks in GargaNo Escape.  Reed gets to the rope to force a break.  Reed with a punch when Gargano goes for a slingshot move.  Reed with a Razor’s Edge to send Gargano back into the ring.  Reed misses a frog splash and Gargano with a super kick to the back of the head for a near fall.  

Reed blocks a super kick and Reed with a head butt and short arm clothesline.  Reed goes to the turnbuckles and Theory tries to interfere and Reed stops him.  Gargano crotches Reed and Gargano with punches.  Gargano goes for a Frankensteiner but Reed blocks it and lands on his feet.  Reed with a power bomb and Theory puts Gargano’s foot on the rope to stop the count.  Reed grabs Theory and Gargano goes for a suicide dive.  Reed catches Gargano and tosses him onto Theory.  Reed with a suicide dive that hits Theory when Gargano moves.  Gargano sends Reed into the ringside barrier.  Gargano goes for One Final Beat and Reed catches Gargano and hits a reverse tombstone for a another near fall.

Reed goes for a power bomb and Gargano wit punches and he sends Reed into the ropes.  Gargano with a super kick and then he hits a second one.  Reed with a thrust kick and Reed goes up top for a moonsault and misses.  Gargano with One Final Beat and hits a second one for the three count.

Winner:  Johnny Gargano

After the match, Gargano’s music hits as Theory rushes in the ring to join him. We go to replays. Gargano sits up on Theory’s shoulders now as they celebrate and fans boo them. Reed sits up on his knees in the ring and the referee checks on. Fans continue booing The Way.

— Pete Dunne, Danny Burch, and Oney Lorcan are in the front row.

NXT Title Match
Karrion Kross vs. Finn Balor (c)

We get backstage shots of the competitors heading to the ring for what’s billed as the co-main event. Out first comes Karrion Kross with Scarlett with their unique entrance. They hit the ring and pose together in the center. Kross is wearing new in-ring attire. Out next comes NXT Champion Finn Balor. Balor comes out with his red X painted on his upper body. Balor hits the corners to pose as Kross stares him down. They meet in the middle of the ring for a face off as Taylor does formal ring introductions.

The bell rings and they face off again as fans cheer them on. They lock up and Kross overpowers, sending Balor to the mat. They face off again and lock up. Balor tie the arm up. Kross shoves him away. Kross goes behind and they trade holds now. Balor controls Kross by the arm. Kross scoops Balor but he slides out. Kross drops Balor but Balor smiles back at him. Balor with a headlock to try and bring Kross to the mat. Kross tries to break free but Balor keeps it locked in.

Kross drops Balor with a big shoulder. Balor stares him down and smiles. Kross has Balor’s red paint on the side of his head. Kross mocks Balor after a kick. Balor chops and kicks. Kross grabs Balor and tosses him across the ring after a slap. Balor gets up and smiles at Kross again. Balor with a big slap across the face. Kross seethes now. Kross yells in Balor’s face and rams him to the corner for shoulder thrusts as the referee warns him. Kross whips Balor across the ring and delivers another big thrust in the corner. Kross does the same but Balor moves and Kross rams the ring post now.

Balor works Kross over in the corner, focusing on the arm. Scarlett tries to encourage Kross but Balor keeps control and takes him down by the arm again. Kross tries to power up but Balor keeps him grounded in the middle of the ring. Kross gets up with Balor on his back, ramming him back in the corner. Kross takes control now, launching Balor with a big suplex. Kross turns Balor upside down in the corner in a Tree of Woe, working him over as fans boo. Kross with a running knee while Balor is upside down.

Balor ends up countering and takes Kross down into an armbar. Kross rolls over and powers up but Balor brings him right back to the mat with a big arm DDT. Kross rolls around in pain but Balor goes right back to working on the arm. Balor chops Kross in the corner now. Balor keeps focusing on the arm and elbow in the corner as fans rally. Balor with another chop to the chest. Balor drops Kross with a spin kick to the chest. Balor stomps away while Kross is down now. Balor with big strikes to the chest now while Kross is trapped in the ropes. Balor charges but Kross kicks him to the mat. Fans chant for Kross. He scoops Balor, rams him into the turnbuckles twice, but Balor counters and brings him back down in the middle of the ring. The referee counts while both are down. Kross sits up and grabs Balor’s ankle but Balor kicks him in the face.

They tangle and Kross nails an overhead suplex. Kross levels Balor with a big suplex. Kross with a powerbomb for a close 2 count. Kross calls for the finish over Balor. Balor counters with big knees. Balor drops Kross and hits the double stomp to the chest, then the running kick. Balor with an abdominal stretch in the middle of the ring now. Kross tosses Balor to the mat out of nowhere by overpowering. Kross charges but Balor nails a Slingblade.

Balor waits in the corner now as Kross recovers. Balor charges but Kross meets him with a clothesline. Kross with a big Doomsday Saito suplex. Kross calls for Balor’s time. Kross waits for Balor to get up. He charges but Balor nails the pele kick, then a dropkick into the corner. Balor with a dropkick to the back into the corner now. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace and he nails it. Balor covers for a close 2 count as Kross kicks out. Kross goes right into a Straitjacket submission on the mat. Balor tries to get up but Kross has him locked in. Balor rolls through and hits a double stomp to the chest as fans pop.

Balor sits up and shows some frustration now, as does Kross. Balor with a running kick to the ribs. Balor with an abdominal stretch submission on the mat now. Scarlett screams as Kross tries to make it to the bottom rope. Kross turns it around and unloads with forearm shots to the back of the head, putting Balor to sleep face-down on the mat. Kross picks Balor up and hits a big German suplex.

Kross scoops Balor for a Doomsday Saito suplex. Balor stumbles to his feet now. Kross runs from behind and hits the big running forearm to the back of the head. Balor goes down but he’s still moving. Kross charges with another big forearm to the back of the neck. Kross covers for the pin to win the title.

Winner and NEW NXT Champion:  Karrion Kross

After the match, Kross stands tall as the music hits. Scarlett joins him as he takes the title. We go to replays. Kross and Scarlett pose in the middle of the ring as the spotlight shines on them.

– Back from a break and we get another vignette for Franky Monet (believed to be Taya Valkyrie) with her dog running around. She will debut on Tuesday night.

– McKenzie is backstage with Legado del Fantasma. Undisputed Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar gives brief props to Jordan Devlin and says it didn’t matter what he brought. He goes on and says he is the Emperor of Lucha Libre.

New NXT Women’s Champion Raquel Gonzalez is shown is in the crowd.

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

Unsanctioned Match: No Rules, No Liability
Adam Cole vs. Kyle O’Reilly

We get a quick shot of both competitors walking backstage. Out first comes Kyle O’Reilly. Security members are lining both sides of the entrance ramp. The security guards head to the ring and form a line, cutting the ring in half as O’Reilly paces around. Out next comes Adam Cole. Cole poses on the stage and gets some boos. Cole and O’Reilly stare at each other as Cole stops on the ramp. Cole walks around and poses on the apron before entering the ring. Cole taunts O’Reilly with the security guards in between them. The bell rings and we get formal ring introductions from Taylor.

Vic says the referee is only here to count the pinfall or do the submission. The referee is wearing all black. Cole and O’Reilly stare each other from their corners. They rush and meet in the middle of the ring, kicking off the brawl. The ring ropes are also all black for this match.

O’Reilly gets the upperhand to start but Cole nails a pump kick. O’Reilly dumps him to the floor. Kyle flies from the ring and takes Cole down on the floor. O’Reilly goes for an armbar on the floor but Cole gets free and hits him, then launches him into the Plexiglas barrier. Cole launches Kyle into another part of the barrier. O’Reilly tackles Cole on the floor and unloads, then catapults him into the barrier. O’Reilly stalks Cole at ringside and sends him face-first into the barrier.

O’Reilly sits a steel chair up and knocks Cole into it. O’Reilly kicks Cole while he’s seated in the chair at ringside. Cole catches a kick and fights back. Cole goes for a piledriver on the floor but O’Reilly backdrops him. O’Reilly rolls Cole back in and follows. Cole rams him into the corner but O’Reilly locks in a Guillotine. Cole ends up knocking O’Reilly to the floor and he lands hard, immediately grabbing his neck. Cole follows back out and sends O’Reilly into the barrier. Cole pulls several chairs from under the ring and slides them in.

Cole goes out and delivers a chair to the gut, then a chair shot over the back. Cole talks some trash now. We see The Undisputed Era logo painted on the chair. Cole launches O’Reilly into the lighting rig, then rolls him back in the ring. Cole keeps O’Reilly down and grabs a chair, holding it to the back of his neck and taunting him. Cole launches O’Reilly into the turnbuckles and he lands hard. Cole drops O’Reilly on a chair with a neckbreaker. Cole grounds O’Reilly by working on his neck. Fans rally for O’Reilly now. He fights from a hold and tries to snap Cole’s arm on the mat. Cole with knees to the head. Cole stands up with the Ushigoroshi for a 2 count. Cole talks some more trash while keeping O’Reilly down. Fans boo him as he slaps O’Reilly around, calling him an ungrateful prick.

Cole dares O’Reilly. O’Reilly gets up fighting. O’Reilly with a jumping knee. O’Reilly runs into a big knee but then levels Cole. O’Reilly with knee strikes now. Fans chant for tables. O’Reilly sweeps Cole’s leg out. O’Reilly sits a chair up and runs to deck Cole in the corner. O’Reilly snaps the arm and slams Cole into the chair. O’Reilly goes right into a submission. They roll around and Cole kicks free as there are no rope breaks. Cole rolls to the floor. O’Reilly runs and leaps off the apron with a big double stomp to the chest while Cole is sitting in a chair on the floor for a pop.

O’Reilly rolls Cole back in and stops him from swinging a chair. O’Reilly with a knee strike. O’Reilly punches a chair into Cole’s face for a 2 count. Chains are brought in by O’Reilly now. Cole runs and kicks O’Reilly, then drops him onto the chains with a neckbreaker. Cole fastens one end of a chain to the top rope, then grinds the other end at O’Reilly’s forehead. O’Reilly fights back. Cole keeps fighting. O’Reilly drops Cole with a forearm. O’Reilly wraps the chain around his boot as fans cheer him no. O’Reilly delivers kicks to the face with the chain around his boot now. Cole takes his leg out and applies a Figure Four with the chain in the middle of the ring. O’Reilly reverses the hold, turning it over. Cole brings them back over. They trade strikes while in the hold now, knocking each other flat.

They both get up and trade more strikes. O’Reilly charges but Cole drops him by pulling the chain. Cole puts the chain around O’Reilly and nails a Backstabber for a close 2 count. More back and forth between the two. Cole with a big German suplex for a close 2 count. Cole goes out and takes the steel ring steps apart, then drags O’Reilly to the floor. O’Reilly blocks a suplex onto the steps and applies a choke, putting Cole to sleep, then dropping him with a knee. O’Reilly looks to drop Cole on the steel but he changes his mind and shoves Cole to the floor. He picks Cole back up but gets shoved into the barrier. O’Reilly levels Cole with a running boot. O’Reilly takes apart the announce table now.

They trade shots on top of the announce table now. Cole unloads with forearms and drops O’Reilly. O’Reilly with a big Brainbuster on the table as fans pop. Cole lands hard and falls to the floor. Fans chant “this is awesome!” now. Cole walks over to the other side of the barrier and grabs a monitor. O’Reilly walks over and Cole smashes the monitor over his head to put him back down. They bring it back in the ring and O’Reilly can’t stay on his feet. Cole brings a toolbox from under the ring as fans pop. Cole empties the toolbox out and we have a large wrench, a pair of pliers, a tire iron, a chain and a hammer. Cole brings the pliers in but O’Reilly blocks it. Cole kicks him to the mat with shots to the face.

Cole grabs a tire iron and looks to swing it but O’Reilly kicks him. Cole comes back with an enziguri. O’Reilly with a rebound clothesline. Cole kicks out at 2. Fans chant “NXT!” now. O’Reilly uses the chain to drop back into an armbar, making Cole scream out in the middle of the ring. He goes into a triangle choke with the chain now. Cole looks to fade out as the referee checks on him. Cole picks up the tire iron and decks O’Reilly with it in the ribs, forcing him to break the hold.

Fans chant “NXT!” and “fight forever!” now. They both grab chairs and sit them up across from each other in the middle of the ring. They then both take seats in the chair, talking trash to each other. O’Reilly kicks Cole in the face. Cole rocks him back. They continue to trade strikes while sitting in the chairs now. O’Reilly beats Cole down to his knees but Cole lands a low blow. Cole superkicks O’Reilly and falls on him for the pin but O’Reilly kicks out just in time.

Cole wraps a chair around O’Reilly’s neck now. He grabs another chair and goes to swing it as the referee pleads with him. Cole drops the referee and kneels down to yell in his face. Cole goes to the second turnbuckle and waits for O’Reilly now. Cole nails the Panama Sunrise and covers for the pin but the referee is laid out. The crowd counts to 10. Cole tries to wake the referee up, slapping him and calling him stupid. O’Reilly rolls around as Cole yells at the referee, who is not moving. Cole brings a chair to the ramp where O’Reilly has rolled to now. O’Reilly stands up and Cole throws the chair at his head, knocking him back down.

O’Reilly rolls off the ramp to the floor. Cole follows and slams O’Reilly into the barrier several times. O’Reilly grabs Cole and pulls him into the barrier. They’re both down now. O’Reilly grabs Cole for the Guillotine but Cole rams them into the barrier and they both go back down. Cole rolls him back onto the ramp and follows. O’Reilly applies the Guillotine. Cole struggles and launches them both through the center of the stage. Fans chant “holy s–t!” as they disappear under a hole in the ramp. We get multiple replays of the stage spot.

Cole crawls out of the hole first with blood on his hand and possibly from his mouth. Cole kicks a hole in the side of the ramp and pulls O’Reilly out. Cole rolls O’Reilly back on top of the ramp. O’Reilly crawls into the ring and Cole follows on his feet. Fans rally and cheer. The referee is on his feet now. O’Reilly falls right back to the floor on the other side of the ring, perhaps out of instinct. We see lacerations on O’Reilly’s back from the stage bump. Cole follows and drops O’Reilly onto the bottom half of the steel steps with a Brainbuster.

Cole rolls O’Reilly back into the ring but somehow O’Reilly kicks out just before the 3 count. Cole can’t believe it. Fans do dueling chants. Cole puts O’Reilly on his knees and exposes his own knee. Cole prepares for the Last Shot but O’Reilly falls on his face. Cole tries again but O’Reilly ducks the Last Shot. O’Reilly applies a leg submission and tightens it as Cole tries to fight free. Cole wraps the chain around his fist and decks O’Reilly in the face with it. O’Reilly is laid out now, breaking the hold. Cole goes back to the second turnbuckle as O’Reilly starts to move. Cole goes for the Panama Sunrise but O’Reilly catches him and slams his neck over the knee. O’Reilly charges with a big kick. O’Reilly uses the Last Shot on Cole but Cole still kicks out at 2.

O’Reilly grabs the chain and wraps it around the turnbuckles. He also has a chair around Cole’s leg. He goes to the apron and goes to the top but Cole nails him with a chair, knocking him to the mat. Cole sits the chair up, then traps O’Reilly in the turnbuckles with the chain. Cole talks trash and prepares to finish him but O’Reilly nails a low blow, sending him to the mat. O’Reilly wraps the chain around his boot and leg now. He leaps from the top, dropping a chained knee onto Cole and a chair. O’Reilly covers for the pin to finally get the win.

Winner:  Kyle O’Reilly

After the match, fans are standing on their feet as the music hits. The referee checks on Cole and O’Reilly. They’re both laid out in the middle of the ring, Cole on his back. The referee tends to Cole and calls for help from the back. O’Reilly starts to move as we go to replays. A stretcher is brought out by medics now as Cole is still down. O’Reilly gets up and heads to the stage now, stopping to look back at the ring. We see marks all over O’Reilly’s back. He’s limping and hurting but still staring back at Cole being tended to in the middle of the ring. O’Reilly raises a fist in the air and looks on as “Takeover: Stand and Deliver” Night Two goes off the air.

NXT “Takeover: Stand & Deliver” Night 2 Results
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