WWE NXT results: Sept. 28, 2021
Elektra Lopez def. B-Fab – No Disqualification Match
The time for talk was over, as B-Fab and Elektra Lopez threw down in a punishing No Disqualification Match. Hit Row and Legado del Fantasma made sure to bring the needed chaos to the clash, as each crew was in the fighting spirit. After a brutal array of table hits, Kendo stick strikes and chair smashes, Lopez landed one more shattering slam on B-Fab for the statement win.
Xyon Quinn def. Oney Lorcan
Xyon Quinn is looking to embody everything about NXT 2.0 and picked one of the biggest and baddest in Oney Lorcan for a fight. Quinn finished off the biggest win of his NXT career with a high-impact crossbody maneuver to seal it.
MSK interview drew chaotic brawl
As the NXT Tag Team Champions talked about their reign, Grizzled Young Veterans, Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams, and Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen all came looking for a scrap.
Io Shirai & Zoey Stark def. Toxic Attraction – NXT Women’s Tag Team Title Match
The Toxic Attraction takeover of NXT will have to wait, as Io Shirai and Zoey Stark put their skill on display in the title tilt. The Genius of the Sky & Stark owned the airspace as both went flying to take out Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne. Shirai landed one final moonsault on Jayne to retain the titles for the unlikely alliance.
Boa def. Andre Chase
Andre Chase was looking to put class in session, but 1,000 years of history followed Boa into the ring. As Chase went into one of his tirades, Mei Ying was waiting with a green spray that stumbled the obnoxious Superstar right into the grasp of Boa, who earned the win.
Roderick Strong def. Grayson Waller – NXT Cruiserweight Title Match
Grayson Waller was ready to step into the jungle, but Roderick Strong showed again why he’s atop the NXT Cruiserweight food chain. The newcomer nearly captured the title with some thrill-seeking acrobatics that almost rocked The Diamond Mine. The veteran Strong had the final answer, as the champion caught Waller with a running knee to retain the title.
Kyle O’Reilly def. Ridge Holland
The power of Ridge Holland was on full display, but the savvy of Kyle O’Reilly proved to be the deciding factor. When Pete Dunne attempted to get involved, O’Reilly wriggled his way out of danger and rolled up the bruiser from Yorkshire for the win. As Dunne and Holland attempted to take out post-match frustrations, Von Wagner came running in to help O’Reilly even the odds.
Raquel Gonzalez def. Franky Monet – NXT Women’s Title Match
Franky Monet wasn’t backing down from her championship opportunity, but Raquel Gonzalez proved again why her title reign has been unbreakable. As “La Wera Loca” talked trash throughout the match, Big Mami Cool waited patiently and struck with a Chingona Bomb to retain the championship. The fireworks were far from over, as a frustrated Toxic Attraction leveled the two competitors, allowing Mandy Rose to stand above the wreckage for a major statement.