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NXT Winter Haven, FL, live results: Hideo Itami returns

Hideo Itami

I'm here live in Winter Haven, FL, for NXT where we're expecting a crowd of approximately 250.

- Pre show during the meet and greet, Mike Rome introduced us to the new hostess and ring announcer Charly Caruso (FKA Charly Arnolt).

No Way Jose beat Josh Woods

Jose did the baseball spots, and won it with the wind up punch and a half nelson slam.

Oney Lorcan beat Dan Matha

Dan took most of the match with some hard hitting lariats and tight headlocks. Oney got fired up and hit three straight corner running uppercuts and a running neckbreaker for the win.

Andrade cien Almas beat Steve Cutler

Cutler was smack talking the crowd and taunting Cien in this one, cutting off all the hope spots before Andrade locked in a dragon sleeper for the submission win.

Ember Moon beat Billie Kay

Top rope spinning stunner for the win by Ember -- an amazing move.

American Alpha beat The Authors Of Pain

Hard-hitting and fast paced, Alpha threw the big men around. It was impressive and they were able to win when Gable rolled up one of the Authors for the win.

Bayley and Aliyah beat Daria and Mandy Rose

The heels worked over Aliyah most of the match until Bayley ran wild and hit the Belly to Bayley for the win

- In ring promo with Sawyer Fulton and Alexander Wolfe who said a storm was coming. Telling the fans they "should better care” was met with "We don't care" chants.

Austin Aries beat Mojo Rawley

Plenty of dirty heel tactics by Aries, using the ropes to his advantage all match. In fact, he won it with his feet on the ropes to steal the win.

Hideo Itami and TM61 beat Wesley Blake, Tino Sabbatelli, and NXT Champion Samoa Joe

There was a big reaction for Hideo’s return to action and he immediately went after Samoa Joe to brawl. Match built to a Hideo hot tag and he ran wild with various running and flying kicks. He finally hit the running, jumping single leg dropkick for the win. Post-match, the winners celebrate and Hideo embraces TM61.

Itami (the former KENTA) has been out of action since May 2015 with a shoulder injury.