WWE NXT results: Dec. 26, 2023
OTM def. Chase U
Andre Chase will have to find a new way to fix Chase U’s money problems as he failed to win SCRYPTS’ money after losing to OTM.
With OTM’s big win, Bronco Nima and Lucien Price will get a future Tag Team Title Match against Tony D’Angelo and Stacks.
NXT Heritage Cup Champion Noam Dar def. Josh Briggs
Josh Briggs wanted to prove that he could win without Brooks Jensen and Fallon Henley in his corner, but it proved to be an unwise decision as NXT Heritage Cup Champion Noam Dar and The Meta-Four frustrated Briggs to the point where he snapped and got disqualified.
Cora Jade def. Karmen Petrovic
The Resident Mean Girl of NXT is already racking up wins in her return, this time defeating the up-and-coming Karmen Petrovic.
Petrovic’s karate-style offense initially confused Jade, but her experience and determination put her over the top.
Riley Osborne def. Lexis King - NXT Men’s Breakout Tournament
Chase U’s Riley Osborne punched his ticket to the NXT Men’s Breakout Tournament finals by defeating Lexis King after Trey Bearhill finally exacted some payback against the brash newcomer after he replaced him in the tournament.
Bron Breakker def. Nathan Frazer
Power met speed as Bron Breakker crushed Nathan Frazer in a matchup of two of NXT’s best and brightest.
Frazer nearly pulled off the upset, but one spear from Breakker was enough to earn the win.
Oba Femi def. Tavion Heights - NXT Men’s Breakout Tournament
The monstrous Oba Femi is one step closer to winning the NXT Men’s Breakout Tournament after an incredible matchup between him and Tavion Heights.
Joe Gacy def. Joe Coffey
The enigmatic Joe Gacy is not only back, but he’s also back to his winning ways as he defeated Joe Coffey thanks to an inadvertent assistant from Hank Walker & Tank Ledger.
Eddy Thorpe def. Dijak - NXT Underground Match
An NXT Underground Match proved to be the perfect place for Eddy Thorpe and Dijak to settle their score, and it came to a thrilling conclusion.
Both Superstars battered and bruised each other, but in the end, Thorpe stood tall and forced the stoppage, prompting a standing ovation from the NXT Universe.