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WWE NXT results: SAnitY vs. Dillinger, Strong & Jose


The Big News: The main event six-man tag ended in a double disqualification and Heidi Lovelace (theoretically under her new name, Ruby Riot) debuted afterwards, taking out Nikki Cross.

The Medium News: After defeating Oney Lorcan in an excellent match, Andrade “Cien” Almas was told he would face Aleister Black at TakeOver: Orlando.

The Little Beaver-sized News: Kassius Ohno and Elias Samson agreed to a loser leaves NXT match.


Andrade "Cien" Almas defeated Oney Lorcan

This match was set up last week when Almas was bullying HoHo Lun and Lorcan made the save for the little guy. These two have wrestled multiple times, with Almas winning on almost every occasion. Will that continue tonight?

Almas tried to avoid Lorcan like the plague until Lorcan tried to dive off of the ring steps outside the ring, but Almas caught him and dropped him with a powerslam to get the heat. Lorcan made a hot comeback and almost got the win with a running blockbuster, but Almas kicked out.

Almas blocked the half-and-half suplex, but got sent flying out of the ring after a series of European uppercuts.

Lorcan didn't give Almas a breather and dove off the top rope with a senton. Back in the ring, Lorcan hit three running corner forearms and feigned exhaustion before hitting two more and hitting the half-and-half suplex...and Almas kicked out!

After a brief flurry, which included a back handspring kick to Lorcan's head, Almas hit a vicious knee in the corner and picked up the win with the hammerlock DDT. It built to a damn good match.


DIY cut a promo about traveling the world together. They wrestled because they loved it and this is what they always wanted to do. They said this was fate that Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa, who never teamed before, ended up getting signed by WWE and eventually becoming NXT Tag Team Champions.

They dedicated the upcoming match to all the fans that helped make them who they are.


Another video package for Aleister Black aired.


We finally got a video on Billie Kay, who two weeks ago was injured by The Eclipse from Ember Moon. Not sure if this is just becoming a running joke or what, but instead of updating us on Kay, we got a tweet from Liv Morgan predicting a win by Ember Moon at TakeOver.


NXT Women's Champion Asuka defeated Priscilla Zuniga

Asuka has been undefeated for 17 months and has been champion for just under a year. Zuniga is not ending the undefeated streak.

Asuka was so unconcerned she cut a promo before the match saying “Ember Moon, this is your head” before kicking Zuniga's off her shoulders. Zuniga tried to defend herself and slapped Asuka, then she tried to run away by bouncing off the ropes and right into Asuka's hip attack.

Asuka kicked Zuniga some more, hit a delayed German suplex, and would have won with a kick to the head, but she picked Zuniga up at two. We went from kicks to knees as Zuniga got used as a punching bag and finally we got the Asuka Lock and the submission.

Asuka didn't want to break the submission afterwards, but did when the referee waved his hands. She cut a promo in Japanese after.


The Revival cut a promo about how they are better than all the best teams in wrestling history. Ultimately they fight for money and they don't do flips, but they are the only team to lay out the Authors of Pain.


Next week: Akam vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Dash Wilder.


We got a lengthy video package building up Bobby Roode vs. Shinsuke Nakamura. It included the photo of Roode in Team Canada in TNA, with Scott D'Amore in the background. The video thoroughly recapped both men's year since NXT TakeOver: Dallas and how it brought them both here.


Tye Dillinger, No Way Jose, and Roderick Strong cut a promo about their six-man tag against SAnitY tonight. They said this is the first time SAnitY doesn't have the numbers advantage.

No it's not. They literally had a six-man tag a month ago.


Heavy Machinery is re-debuting next week.


Andrea D'Marco interviewed Kassius Ohno last week regarding his loss while he was leaving the arena. Suddenly, Elias Samson appeared and sung that he'll never win the title.

Ohno said The Drifter needs an ass kicking and Samson said Ohno doesn't belong here. This led to a challenge for a loser leaves NXT match, which was accepted.


Aleister Black will debut at TakeOver: Orlando against Andrade “Cien” Almas, which was the subject in Almas' promo. He said he will make Black believe in him.


SAnitY vs. Tye Dillinger, Roderick Strong & No Way Jose ended in a double disqualification

It was then main event time. This was a rematch of the six-man tag a month ago that I guess never happened. We got a six-way brawl outside the ring before the bell rang. This somehow led to the smallest babyface, Strong, in the ring with the largest heel, Killian Dain.

Strong fared better against Alexander Wolfe and was able to tag out. He did get back in later and managed to take out Wolfe and Dain on a giant dive over the top.

Eric Young spent the early part avoiding Tye Dillinger, shouting that Dillinger will get his. He finally cut off No Way Jose after a distraction by Nikki Cross. Jose eventually battled back and made the hot tag to Roderick Strong, who went backbreaker happy.

This broke down into a six-way brawl, which caused the referee to throw it out and declare the match a double disqualification.

The babyfaces got the best of the post-match until Cross jumped on Dillinger's shoulders. She was taken care of when a debuting woman (Heidi Lovelace) ran in and took her out. The babyfaces sent SAnitY running away as the show ended.

That will do it for this week. Next week is already the go-home show for WrestleMania weekend. Until then, remember to say your vitamins and take your prayers!