NXT Coverage: Hayes Wins NXT North American Championship

The short and sweet nature of NXT makes it hard to really get into the in-ring action, but there’s a lot of promise in the brand- you just have to accept the fact that it’s a huge work in progress.


NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa vs. Joe Gacy: Ciampa got the win, but Gacy’s monster pal, Harland, beat on Ciampa to end the segment.

Xyon Quinn vs. Malik Blade: Quinn got the win with the Running Forearm.

Ivy Nile vs. Valentina Feroz: Nile got the squash win with The Torture Rack.

Julius Creed vs. Ikeman Jiro: Creed destroyed Kiro with a Eric Young-inspired Wheelbarrow Suplex and a Clothesline variation.

Von Wagner and Kyle O’Reilly vs. Ridge Holland and Pete Dunne: Wagner changed this match after a hot-tag and win with Butterfly Suplex variation.

Duke Hudson vs,. Grayson Waller: Hudson not only needed a handful of trunks, but also his feet on the ropes to get the win.

Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta vs. Sarray and Amari Miller: Pirotta hit the Death Valley Facebuster, before Hartwell won with an Elbow Drop. After the match, the duo made it clear they want a shot at the NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles.

NXT North American Champion: Isaiah “Swerve” Scott vs. Santos Escobar: While Swerve was able to win his match, Carmelo Hayes attacked him after and used his Title match contract to get a match- one he won with an Axe Kick variation.

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