WWE NXT results: Sept. 6, 2022
Gallus interrupted and attacked Tyler Bate
Doudrop & Nikki A.S.H. def. Toxic Attraction
Still furious after Toxic Attraction's interference at Worlds Collide, Nikki A.S.H. & Doudrop looked to teach Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne a lesson about sticking their noses in other people's business. The Raw Superstars battered Toxic Attraction early on, but the former two-time NXT Women's Tag Team Champions turned the tide after Jayne shoved Nikki A.S.H. off the top rope and flattened her with a senton off the apron.
The NXT Universe in attendance spurred on Nikki A.S.H. to tag in Doudrop who fought off both members of Toxic Attraction before stacking Dolin & Jayne on top of one another for a devastating senton. The Scottish Superstar decimated the duo, nearly recording the pinfall after a top rope splash if not for the interference of Jayne.
Nikki A.S.H. flew in to drop Jayne face first onto the apron, allowing Doudrop to take advantage with a running splash to earn the victory.
JD McDonagh def. Wes Lee
Wes Lee may find JD McDonagh creepy, but he was not scared enough to step into the ring with the sadistic Superstar. Lee ran circles around McDonagh until The Irish Ace finally got his hands on Lee, slamming him onto the mat before delivering a ferocious uppercut.
The high-flying Lee rallied to take out McDonagh with a dive to the arena floor. After catching Lee with an enziguri, McDonagh methodically broke down Lee, but the former Tag Team Champion continued to fight, clocking McDonagh with a flurry of knees and a double stomp to the back.
Lee kept his foot on the gas, upending McDonagh with a dive through the ropes, but McDonagh simply smiled through the pain before answering back with a Glasgow Kiss. A wild McDonagh leveled Lee with a swift kick, pulling him up off the mat for a "Devil Inside" suplex and the 1-2-3.
Meiko Satomura def. Roxanne Perez
In the spirit of competition, Meiko Satomura happily agreed to Roxanne Perez's challenge to set up a lively clash of generations. After a quick handshake, "The Final Boss" grappled Perez, showing the up-and-comer a few tricks before locking in an arm bar.
Perez showed no fear going toe-to-toe with Satomura, upending the former NXT UK Women's Champion with a dropkick and a dive through the ropes. "The Prodigy" showed a lot of heart, but Satomura quickly put her down with a flurry of powerful kicks.
The two Superstars traded blows as Perez fired up to take Satomura off her feet with a stunning top-rope huricanrana for a nearfall. Satomura flipped the script with a Pele Kick before dropping Perez with a Scorpio Rising to secure the pinfall.
Afterwards, Cora Jade smashed her former friend across the back with a Kendo Stick until Satomura raced back into the ring, sending Jade running as "The Final Boss" raised Perez's hands in a show of respect.
Ricochet def. Trick Williams
With Carmelo Hayes watching on from the commentary table, Ricochet looked to dish out a little punishment on Trick Williams for his repeated interferences during Ricochet's North American Title Match at Worlds Collide. Despite the height difference, The One and Only quickly chopped Williams down to size with a pop up knee and a baseball slide while staring down Hayes.
Ricochet continued to flip around the ring until Williams caught him with a spinning kick and a massive right hand. The former Intercontinental Champion looked to rally, but Williams knocked him off the top rope before smashing his face on the announce table to the delight of Hayes.
Williams lined up to hit another spinning kick, but Ricochet ducked out of the way and caught Williams with a kick and a flying elbow. After dropping Williams with a Recoil, Ricochet stared down Hayes as he flattened Williams with a monstrous Shooting Star Press to record the win.
Axiom def. Nathan Frazer in the first match of their best of three series
Axiom and Nathan Frazer kicked off their best of three series in spectacular fashion as the two acrobatic Superstars countered and reversed one another in a fast-paced opening few minutes. Like a runaway train, a high-speed Frazer took control with a huge dropkick and a dive through the ropes in quick succession to send Axiom flying.
Axiom slowed Frazer down with an armbreaker, stretching out the UK Superstar with a series of submission holds before going on the offensive with a top-rope crossbody. Frazer fought his way out of another submission attempt with a quick reverse neckbreaker, nearly putting Axiom away with a springboard neckbreaker.
Frazer locked in his own submission attempt with a Boston Crab, but Axiom stretched out to reach the bottom rope, rallying to level Frazer with a flying kick to score the pinfall.
Tyler Bate & Bron Breakker def. Joe & Mark Coffey
After Gallus' earlier attack, Tyler Bate evened the odds with his partner Bron Breakker as the two former rivals squared off with Joe & Mark Coffey. Joe withstood a pair of shoulder tackles from Breakker, but could not stay standing for a third as the NXT Champion bulldozed over Joe before tagging in Bate.
Despite squaring off a little over 48 hours ago, Bate and Breakker were now on the same page as they joined forces for a pair of in-stereo backbody drops and standing moonsaults. Bate rolled with a dropkick and a dive to the outside to wipe out Mark, but as Breakker chased away Joe from interfering, Wolfgang snuck up from behind and tossed Bate into the ringpost.
The Coffey brothers methodically wore down Bate until "The Big Strong Boi" slipped through Joe's clutches to tag in Breakker. The NXT Champion steamrolled through both brothers with a flurry of slams before tagging in Bate for an elevated bulldog in an homage to his father and uncle.
Wolfgang attempted to interfere again, but Bate caught him with a right hand as Breakker speared Joe out of his shoes. Bate then leveled Mark with a clothesline and a Tyler Driver 97 to give his team the win.
As Bate & Breakker celebrated, JD McDonagh slid into the ring to knock Breakker out with a knee to the back of the head before leveling Bate with a "Devil Inside."