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NXT Results: January 13, 2021
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McKenzie Mitchell is backstage with Johnny Gargano. He looks ahead to beating Dexter Lumis tonight, and then to The Way winning the men’s and women’s Dusty Cups. Austin Theory walks up with a delivery. The envelope has two drawings in it, from Lumis. One of Theory and one of Gargano. Gargano is upset, as is Theory. Gargano storms off and Theory follows.

Johnny Gargano vs. Dexter Lumis

We go back to the ring and NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano is waiting in the ring for this non-title match. Dexter Lumis is out next. Austin Theory watches from ringside.

Gargano grabs Lumis’ drawing of himself and tears it up in Lumis’ face. Lumis rocks him to start the match. Gargano fights back but Lumis hits the Thesz Press and right hands. Lumis charges in the corner but misses. Gargano ends up on the mat with Lumis crawling in his face, backing a terrified Gargano to the floor. Gargano capitalizes on the outside and then superkicks Lumis in the face from the apron. Lumis rocks Gargano from the floor and Gargano hits the mat. Lumis slowly comes back in and goes to the top but Gargano cuts him off with forearms.

Gargano climbs up for a superplex but Lumis resists and fights back. Lumis headbutts Gargano, and again. Lumis then punches Gargano to the mat. Lumis stands up on the top and goes for a big Swanton Bomb but Gargano rolls out of the way and Lumis lands hard. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Gargano remains in control. Gargano grounds Lumis and drives big knees in him. Gargano stuns Lumis with forearms to the back as fans try to rally for Lumis. Lumis finally nails a big Spinebuster out of nowhere to get an opening as fans cheer him on. Lumis unloads with offense and nails a bulldog in the middle of the ring.

Lumis with a big slingshot suplex using the top rope. Lumis stalks Gargano as fans rally again. Lumis with a belly-to-back suplex and a kip up into a leg drop. Gargano kicks out just in time. Gargano fights off the Silence submission. Gargano fights back and goes for a crossbody but Lumis catches him. They tangle and Gargano ends up rolling Lumis for a close 2 count. Gargano with a big shot to the face. Lumis looks right back up from the mat and stares at him. Gargano follows right back up with another big superkick to the face for a 2 count.

Gargano talks some trash while they’re both working up from their knees now, trading big strikes. Theory ends up grabbing Lumis’ leg while the referee isn’t looking. Lumis stomps on Theory’s hand. Gargano takes advantage and rocks Lumis. Gargano goes for the One Final Beat but it’s blocked with a big uppercut. More back and forth now. Lumis blocks the One Final Beat again and locks in the Silence. Theory comes in from the apron but Lumis breaks the hold on Gargano, then grabs Theory with the Silence. Gargano ends up attacking and rolling Lumis up for the pin to win.

Winner: Johnny Gargano

After the match, Lumis attacks Theory with the Silence again but Gargano makes the save. Lumis gets dropped at ringside as fans boo. Gargano grabs a steel chair and goes to use it but Kushida attacks him from behind to make the save for a pop. Theory stops Kushida but gets dropped at ringside. Kushida rolls Gargano in the ring and applies the Hoverboard Lock as fans cheer. Lumis applies the Silence on Theory at ringside while Kushida has the hold on Gargano in the ring. Fans chant Kushida’s name. He finally breaks the hold and grab the NXT North American Title belt, taunting Gargano with it while he’s down in the corner. Kushida tosses the title to the mat and poses at Gargano.

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Is there another curse heading Johnny Gargano’s way?

After successfully defending his NXT North American Championship and breaking his curse against Leon Ruff last week at NXT New Year’s Evil, Johnny Gargano is back in action tonight against Dexter Lumis in non-title action.

The host of last week’s festivities will put down the artist utensils and shift his cold eyes back to the ring with a serious opportunity to knock off Gargano and get himself in the NXT North American Title conversation. But will Gargano’s colleague in The Way, Austin Theory, prove to be too much of a roadblock for Lumis to overcome at ringside?

Tune into NXT tonight at 8/7 C on USA Network to find out!

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WWE Auction has a new item up for bids, featuring Austin along with his “The Way” partners showcasing an autographed t-shirt. Read below for the official auction description, and you can click the link below to place your bid now!

You are bidding on a WWE Authentic ”The Way” T-Shirt autographed by Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae, Austin Theory, and Indi Hartwell. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

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NXT Results: January 6, 2021
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We see several cars and SUVs driving on a road outside, with sirens and lights flashing. The Way is being driven to the Capitol Wrestling Center for a big celebration. We go to a picture-in-picture commercial.

A car pulls into the backstage area and out comes The Way – NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae, Indi Hartwell and Austin Theory. They all head to the ring as fans boo them. There is something on an easel in the ring, hidden by a black cover.

Gargano takes the mic and says that is “the way” you make an entrance. Fans chant “you suck!” now. Gargano talks about some famous curses in history and says none of them compare to his championship curse, which he finally reversed last week. The boos get louder. Gargano says now he is only cursed with being the best, real handsome, a sweet dancer. Candice talks him up and had something done for him, because she loves him so much and doesn’t want him to forget last week. Indi brings in a plaque to commemorate last week’s successful title defense over Leon Ruff.

Theory says Gargano is like a real life superhero, but one thing about superheroes is they are so giving, but never get anything in return. Indi agrees. Theory and Hartwell pull the cover off and reveal a custom drawing of The Way as superheroes. Gargano is impressed. What a great night this is, he says. He found a way to make this night even better. Gargano announces that he and Theory are entering the 2021 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic tournament. The music interrupts and out comes Shotzi Blackheart on her tank.

Blackheart stops on the stage and howls, and asks Candice if she forgot about her. Theory walks up the ramp talking trash to Blackheart. She fires a projectile at Theory, hitting him below the belt and taking him down. Gargano rushes out and checks on Theory. Blackheart rushes the ring and sends Hartwell to the floor. She tangles with Candice and sends her to the apron, then kicks her in the head, sending her to the floor. Gargano yells at Shotzi and hits the apron. Kushida appears from nowhere and knocks Gargano off the apron. Kushida stands in the ring with Shotzi now as a “Kushida!” chant breaks out.

We see NYE host Dexter Lumis at ringside with the timekeeper’s bell. He points up at the big screen and one of his drawings appears, but it’s for this new mixed tag team match. That was quick. Lumis rings the bell and the match is official.

Kushida and Shotzi Blackheart vs. Candice LeRae and Johnny Gargano

Candice LeRae starts off with Shotzi Blackheart. They run the ropes and Shotzi nails an enziguri. Shotzi with more offense and a quick 2 count. Candice retreats to the floor for a breather. Johnny Gargano, Indi Hartwell and Austin Theory check on her as we go to another commercial.

Back from the break and Shotzi rams Candice into the corner to turn it back around. Host Dexter Lumis is on commentary but not saying much at all. Candice counters Shotzi and drops her for a 2 count. Candice tangles on the mat and jumps on Shotzi’s back. Shotzi drops her and breaks free using the arm. Gargano tags in and in comes Kushida.

Kushida comes off the top and unloads, then hits an inverted Atomic Drop. Kushida with a dropkick for another pop from the crowd. They tangle and trade counters. Gargano with a forearm. Kushida with a hip toss takedown and an armbar. Gargano counters and goes for the GargaNo Escape but it’s countered. More back and forth on the mat now. Kushida gets the arm bar applied but Gargano gets the bottom rope and breaks it.

More back and forth between Kushida and Gargano. Kushida runs and slams Gargano face-first. Kushida kicks Gargano around. They get up and Kushida delvers kicks while Gargano responds with chops. Gargano with a big right hand to the jaw. Candice runs in to get int he way of Kushida charging her husband in the corner. Fans boo as she shows off some, taunting Kushida. Gargano and LeRae almost run into each other. Kushida drops Gargano as Shotzi drops Candice. The babyfaces use their opponents on each other. Blackheart and Kushida deliver moves in-stereo, then kicks them to the floor.

Kushida knocks Gargano back off the apron to the floor. Blackheart runs the ropes and hits a suicide dive to LeRae while Kushida held the rope open for her. Theory and Kushida have words as a “NXT!” chant starts up. Kushida and Shotzi roll them back in. Kushida goes to the top but Theory tosses him down right after Indi pulled Shotzi off the apron. Fans boo The Way. Kushida comes back and drops Theory in the corner. Gargano charges but Kushida trips him face-first into Theory’s lower region. Gargano tries to attack Kushida but gets countered and dropped into a pin for the win.

Winners: Kushida and Shotzi Blackheart

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NXT Results: October 21, 2020
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Austin Theory vs. Bronson Reed

Back from the break and Austin Theory is wrapping up his entrance as Alicia Taylor does the introductions. Out next comes Bronson Reed.

The bell rings and they go at it. We go backstage to McKenzie Mitchell, who says Bobby Fish is on his way to the hospital for an MRI, and has been pulled from the main event. Kyle O’Reilly has been cleared and will team with Roderick Strong in the main event. Reed continues to beat Theory around the ring now.

Reed with a big chop in the corner to put Theory back down. Theory with a big dropkick. Theory works over Reed in the corner now. Reed fights out of another corner but Theory takes his knee out from behind. Theory grounds Reed with a submission in the middle of the ring now. Reed fights out but Theory keeps coming. Reed catches Theory with a big powerslam, then hits the senton.

Reed goes to the top but Theory cuts him off and rocks him. Theory with a big chop before climbing up. Theory looks for a superplex but Reed fights him off to the mat. Theory runs back up but a headbutt sends him right back to the mat. Reed flies with the big Tsunami splash for the pin to win.

Winner: Bronson Reed

After the match, Reed stands tall as his music hits. We go to replays as Vic points to how Theory’s losing streak continues. Reed heads to the stage but Theory grabs a mic and tells him to stop. Theory goes on about how he’s the future of NXT and WWE. Theory says he’s 23 and he’s already done more in this business than Reed has done in his stupid 15 year career. Theory calls Reed back to the ring and says he’s not going anywhere until he beats Reed.

Bronson Reed vs. Austin Theory

Bronson Reed hits the ring and Austin Theory attacks, working him over. Reed quickly nails the Samoan Drop for the pin to win again.

Winner: Bronson Reed

After the match, Reed makes his exit as the music hits. The referee checks on Theory at ringside.

Back from the break and we see Austin Theory walking to his car during the break. He says he’s done and he quits. Theory drives off.

NXT Results: September 30, 2020
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Schreiber is backstage with Austin Theory now. He says last week’s loss to Damian Priest should never have happened. He goes on about Kyle O’Reilly and his NXT Title shot. Theory says he was just 22 years old competing at WrestleMania 36, so why are they calling O’Reilly the future? Theory says O’Reilly should try catching up to him.

Back from the break and Adam Cole is in the ring. He goes on about how The Undisputed Era has dominated NXT for three years and no one has been able to stop them. They said they’d win all the titles and they did. People in the locker room knew that if they crossed The Undisputed Era, they’d pay. He says eventually they lost the titles and people felt like they weren’t the same, that they could say what they wanted and there would be no repercussions.

Cole is here to make it known that nothing has changed. He goes on about how they’re the same Undisputed Era that won the first War Games, the same group that has dominated. Cole then calls out Austin Theory to come to the ring and say what he said earlier, but to Cole’s face. Theory comes walking out but Cole wants him to get in the ring. Cole is going to keep this simple, so even Theory can understand. He has two options – get in the ring and face him like a man, or stand where you are so Cole and the rest of The Undisputed Era can beat him where he stands, and make him regret his words. Option one or two? Theory heads to the ring and it looks like we’ve got a match.
Adam Cole vs. Austin Theory

The bell rings and Austin Theory charges but Adam Cole ducks. Cole unloads with big chops in the corner. Theory tries to fight but Cole drops him and unloads while he’s down in the corner.

Cole with more offense against the ropes, including a pump kick. Cole keeps control and hits a neckbreaker. Cole rocks Theory while he’s down. Theory dodges a pump kick and goes to the floor for a breather, taunting Cole. Cole follows and nails the pump kick again. Theory goes down on the floor and the referee counts. Cole slams Theory face-first into the apron and breaks the count. Cole launches Theory into the steel ring steps now.

Cole rolls Theory back into the ring and follows but Theory grabs him. Cole pulls away, back to the floor and nails a kick to the face from the floor. Cole comes back in and hits a neckbreaker in the middle of the ring. Theory kicks out at 2. Cole with more trash talking and offense to keep Theory down. Cole with another neckbreaker and more trash talking while Theory is down. Cole takes Theory to the corner and traps him, kicking him in the gut. Cole grounds Theory with a headlock now, taunting him. Theory fights up and out of the hold, rocking Cole with a forearm. Cole comes right back and levels Theory with a back elbow.
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Theory tries to fight from his knees but Cole sends him back into the corner. Cole sends Theory to the apron and they keep fighting. Theory ends up rolling back in and hitting a big dropkick for a close 2 count. Theory sits up and stays in control as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Theory is still in control of Cole. Theory drops Cole again and stomps his chest. Theory grounds Cole and taunts him now as the crowd rallies. Cole tries to fight up and out but Theory nails a backbreaker. Theory with a standing moonsault in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Cole blocks a shot in the corner. Theory runs into a big boot in the corner. Cole with clotheslines out of the corner now. Cole drops Theory with a big kick for a pop.

Theory counters from behind but Cole drops him with a kick to the face. Cole with a Backstabber for a close 2 count. Cole scoops Theory on his shoulders but Theory fights free. Cole with a big pump kick to the face again. Cole with the Ushigoroshi for another close 2 count. Cole keeps control and goes to the second rope for a Panama Sunrise. Theory counters and Cole can’t roll him up. Theory with a shot to the back of the neck. Theory with the Blue Thunderbomb for a close 2 count in the middle of the ring. Theory can’t believe it and shows some frustration now.

They talk trash and trade big forearm strikes from their knees. Cole gets up first as the firearms continue. Cole unloads with shots to the face now. Theory charges with an elbow to the face. Theory runs the ropes but Cole levels him with a big superkick in mid-air. Theory ends up dropping Cole’s neck over the top rope after baiting him to the ropes. Theory comes back in but Cole nails another superkick. Cole with another Ushigoroshi and then the Last Shot for the pin to win.

Winner: Adam Cole

After the match, Cole stands tall as the music hits. Cole talks to the camera about how Kyle O’Reilly was born ready and wants the NXT Title more than anyone else. Cole says O’Reilly will shock the world at Takeover on Sunday against Finn Balor. Cole stands tall as we go to replays. Cole does The Undisputed Era pose on the stage now as we go back to commercial.

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NXT Results: September 23, 2020
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NXT North American Champion Damian Priest is backstage with Sarah Schreiber, asked about his Takeover match with Johnny Gargano. Priest says the match is huge but as good as Gargano is, his own reign in NXT isn’t coming to an end anytime soon and as long as he’s champion, this title will continue sliding through Gargano’s fingers. Priest is also asked about facing Austin Theory tonight. He thinks Theory is good but it sucks for him because his bad luck is going to continue tonight. Priest gives Schreiber some props and says he will see her at the after party tonight.

Schreiber is backstage with Austin Theory, telling him what Damian Priest said earlier about Theory’s bad luck continuing. Johnny Gargano interrupts and yells at Schreiber for getting Theory riled up before his match. Gargano praises Theory and says he’s been watching him since he got to NXT, and he thinks Theory has all the tools. Gargano goes on and says he will not forget it if Theory softens up Priest before his title shot at Takeover. Gargano walks off and Schreiber wishes good luck to Theory. He dismisses the idea of good luck and goes back to working out. Back to commercial.

Damian Priest vs. Austin Theory

Back from the break and out first comes Austin Theory as Alicia Taylor does the introductions. NXT North American Champion Damian Priest is out next for this non-title match.

Theory is all smiles as he stares Priest down when the bell hits. Priest goes right to work on the arm. Theory turns it around and works on Priest’s arm now. Priest turns that around and tosses Theory. They face off and Priest is all smiles as Theory recovers in the corner. They trade holds in the middle of the ring again now. Theory runs into Priest with a big elbow. Priest comes back and levels Theory with a big strike. Priest works on the arm after catching a shot on the apron now.

Priest climbs to the top and hits a crossbody out of Old School. Priest grounds Theory by his arm in the middle of the ring now. More back and forth now. Theory sends Priest face-first into the middle turnbuckle, and works him over while he’s down on his knee. Theory with a belly-to-back suplex but he wastes some time and Priest kicks out at 1.

Theory keeps fighting and drops Priest with a clothesline. Theory with a standing moonsault for a 2 count now. Theory continues to talk trash and beat Priest around the ring. Priest counters the ATL and nails a bell clap. Priest goes on and hits the Ripcord into a Flatliner. Priest waits for Theory to get up. He runs and goes to springboard off the middle rope but Theory runs behind him and shoves him to the floor. Priest lands hard at ringside and we go to commercial as the crowd boos.

Back from the break and they’re going at it. Theory with a big dropkick for a 2 count. Theory talks some trash to the referee now. Theory keeps Priest grounded now. Priest mounts some offense now. Priest launches Theory with a big toss Falcon Arrow but Theory kicks out at 2. Theory ducks a big kick. Priest rocks him into the corner. Theory dodges a running back splash. Theory decks Priest and hits the Blue Thunderbomb in the middle of the ring. Priest kicks out just in time.

Theory goes after Priest but he rolls to the floor for a breather. Theory talks some trash and follows as the referee counts. Priest grabs Theory by his throat but Theory slides out of South of Heaven on the floor. They tangle some more on the floor until Priest connects with a big Cyclone Kick.

Priest with a Razor’s Edge on the edge of the apron for a pop now. Priest brings it back into the ring and nails The Reckoning in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.

Winner: Damian Priest

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NXT Results: September 16, 2020
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Austin Theory vs. Kushida

We go back to the ring and out first comes Austin Theory. Theory takes the mic and says he wants to make one thing perfectly clear – he is a future first-ballot WWE Hall of Famer, and he hates to bring Bronson Reed up, but last week’s win for him was a fluke and he’s ready to prove that tonight. The developmental trainees in the crowd keep booing as Theory talks more trash about Reed. He takes off his shirt and drops the mic. Kushida comes out to answer his challenge.

Kushida hits the ring and quickly kicks Theory to the floor. Theory comes back in as the bell finally rings. They tangle on the mat. Kushida stays on him but Theory gets the bottom rope. Kushida stays on top of Theory but gets dropped on the top rope, then dropped with a clothesline. Theory mounts Kushida and unloads with strikes, then stomps him. More back and forth now. Kushida misses a moonsault but comes back with a big kick to the arm. Kushida unloads with more kicks, focusing on the hurt elbow.

Kushida counters a comeback attempt and hits a basement dropkick for a pop. Kushida ends up sending Theory out to the floor. Kushida flies out but Theory moves. Theory grabs him and goes to deliver a left forearm but Kushida ducks and Theory hits the ring post hard. Theory sells the ring post strike. Kushida with more offense on the floor for a pop.

Kushida brings Theory in the ring and holds his arms while stomping away. Kushida applies the Hoverboard Lock now and Theory quickly taps out.

Winner: Kushida

After the bell, Kushida keeps the hold locked and the referee has to pull him off. He stands tall and has his arm raised as the music hits. The announcers focus on this new aggressive side from Kushida. We go to replays. Theory struggles to recover on the outside as Kushida stands tall in the ring. We go back to commercial.

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NXT Results: September 8, 2020
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Bronson Reed vs. Austin Theory

We go back to the ring and out first comes Bronson Reed. Austin Theory is out next, making his return to the ring. Theory poses on the apron and in the corner as Reed stares him down.

The bell rings and Theory offers a handshake but Reed wants none of it. Theory takes control with a headlock. Reed knocks Theory back with a shoulder. Theory with some trash talking. Reed takes him down with a headlock, overpowering and dominating Theory. Reed takes Theory down from the knee to the mat, keeping the headlock applied. Theory fights up and out but Reed sends him flying after bouncing off the ropes. Reed dodges a kick and Theory lands on his back.

Reed with a springboard elbow drop for a quick pin attempt. Reed launches Theory in from the apron now. Reed goes right into grounding Theory on the mat with another headlock instead of pinning him. The referee checks on Theory. Theory fights up and out again but Reed easily sends him flying back to the mat. Theory fights from the apron again. Theory rocks Reed and flies over, trying to bring him down but Reed just sits down on top of him for a 2 count. Theory goes to the floor for a breather but Reed comes out and sends him flying across the ringside area with ease. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Reed overpowers again. Theory gets up and rocks Reed. They trade big strikes. Reed unloads now. Reed levels Theory with a forearm, then hits the inverted Atomic Drop. Reed drops Theory with a big elbow. Reed with a running splash in the corner. Reed scoops Theory for the Jagged Edge in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count.

Theory blocks a slam and manages to put Reed down with a little bit of a belly-to-back suplex. Reed kicks out at 2. More back and forth now. Theory counters into a Blockbuster but Reed still kicks out at 2 as the crowd rallies. Theory picks Reed up off the mat and puts him on his shoulders for the ATL. It’s too much weight as Theory collapses. Reed with a senton. Reed goes to the top and hits the Tsunami flying splash for the pin to win.

Winner: Bronson Reed

After the match, Reed stands tall as his music hits. We go to replays. Reed talks some trash over Theory while he’s down.

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