WWE NXT results, Dec. 13, 2022: Roxanne Perez realizes NXT Women's Title dreams
Roxanne Perez defeats Mandy Rose for NXT Title, The New Day find new challengers, and Grayson Waller and NXT Champion Bron Breakker come face to face
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WWE NXT results, Dec. 13, 2022
Wes Lee def. Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo
The NXT North American champion has had issues with The Don of NXT Tony D’Angelo, and it gained a new chapter as Wes Lee battled D’Angelo’s right hand man, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo. Before it even began the two men battled backstage and spilled into ringside before they finally got the match officially started. Lorenzo controlled the pace early on, working the champion over with his technical ground work as well as crushing backbreakers. Lee battled back in a big way, using his high-impact offense to stun Lorenzo. With momentum firmly on his side, Lee nailed Lorenzo with a backflipping kick to the head and pinned “Stacks” in the middle of the ring.
After the match, Dijak appeared and the distraction was enough for D’Angelo to roll into the ring and blindside Lee, leaving him laid out in the ring.
Toxic Attraction def. Ivy Nile & Tatum Paxley via disqualification
With the NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions Kayden Carter & Katana Chance on commentary, Ivy Nile & Tatum Paxley battled Toxic Attraction with both teams chasing their championship aspirations. Toxic Attraction took control early thanks to their tandem offense, but a resilient Nile & Paxley held their own. As the action wore on, Jacy Jayne & Gigi Dolin tossed Nile into the champions which resulted in an all-out brawl and a disqualification win for Toxic Attraction.
Odyssey Jones def. Von Wagner
A titanic battle between the monstrous Von Wagner and the massive Odyssey Jones saw both men using their immense power to try and beat down the other. Not only were both men showing off their strength, but also their athleticism as they managed to counter each other impressively. As the two men wrestled inside the squared circle,Mr. Stone attempted to taunt Malik Blade & Edris Enofé, but his distraction allowed Blade to hit Wagner with a drive-by on the ring apron. Jones followed that up with a powerful flying crossbody to pick up the win.
Ikemen Jiro def. Javier Bernal
After calling Javier Bernal a “Big Body Chicken” last week, Ikemen Jiro stepped into the ring against Bernal to settle their differences. Bernal’s anger was evident as he tried to punish Jiro for his comments, but Jiro gained the upper hand and never let up. With Big Body Javy struggling in the corner, Jiro connected on a running kick to the face and crushed the dreams of the “Big Body Believers.”
After the match, Scrypts appeared out of nowhere and leveled Jiro with his jaw-dropping offense, punctuated by a flipping senton off the top rope.
JD McDonagh def. Brutus Creed
Diamond Mine’s bad blood with JD McDonagh continued as the younger Brutus Creed looked to avenge his brother. Creed’s size and power advantage was clear and it allowed him to slow down McDonagh who was still feeling the effects of the Iron Survivor Challenge at NXT Deadline. McDonagh zeroed in on Creed’s wrist and began to systematically target him. Just as McDonagh’s frustrations boiled over in an attempted chair shot, Sanga appeared to stop him and forced him to win the match cleanly. McDonagh then rolled into the ring and planted Brutus with a snapping suplex which was good enough for the win.
Lyra Valkyria def. Amari Miller
The highly anticipated debut of Lyra Valkyria took place against Amari Miller in a brutal, hard-hitting affair. Valkyria showed off her vast array of offense, including several crunching kicks as well as a Northern Lights Suplex. Miller tried to flip the script, but Valkyria’s persistence kept her from gaining any momentum. A step over back kick to Miller’s head left her wide open for Valkyria’s frog splash which gave the NXT newcomer her first win.
Duke Hudson def. Damon Kemp
Chase U’s Duke Hudson took on Damon Kemp with both Andre Chase and Thea Hail at ringside, but it was all Kemp early with his mix of athleticism and strength. Seemingly out of nowhere, Drew Gulak appeared on the ramp and told Chase that he’d seen all that he needed to see. As the action went on, Hudson rallied thanks to the Chase U student section cheering him on, and he managed to set Kemp up for his patented big boot that delivered him the win.
Roxanne Perez def. Mandy Rose - NXT Women’s Championship
After winning the first-ever Women’s Iron Survivor Challenge at NXT Deadline, Roxanne Perez earned the right to face Mandy Rose for the NXT Women’s Championship, but a blindside attack by the champion to open the show forced Perez to challenge Rose later in the show.
Having wrestled all 25 minutes in the Iron Survivor Challenge, Perez was not 100% but that didn’t stop her from going right after Rose. The upstart challenger used her technical skills to get Rose down, but the champion countered and moments later tossed Perez into the steel steps on the outside. Rose capitalized on the hurting Perez and worked over her hurting arm and back.
Perez continued to fight back, even at one point hitting a hurricanrana on the champion. Rose didn’t relent either and managed to trap Perez in a crossface. Perez countered, but Rose followed it up with a Kiss from a Rose, but Perez mustered up enough energy to kick out. As the two continued to battle, Perez nailed Rose with a kick that staggered her long enough to hit Pop Rox and become the new NXT Women’s Champion.