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WWE NXT results: The Undisputed Era vs. SAnitY


The Big News: Thanks almost entirely to Killian Dain, SAnitY defeated The Undisputed Era in a tornado tag team main event.

The Medium News: Johnny Gargano offered to put his NXT career on the line to once again challenge Andrade “Cien” Almas for the NXT Championship.

The Little Beaver-sized News: Tino Sabbatelli & Riddick Moss may be breaking up. If you look up “little news” in the dictionary, this would be listed.


Nigel McGuinness was back from his flu. Just want to point out that Percy Watson announced a five-star match and McGuinness has not.


The Undisputed Era came out for the opener, in which they would defend the NXT Tag Team Championship. However, as all three members were preening to the camera, SAnitY (their opponents) assaulted them from behind. Security ran out to break everything up as Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, and Kyle O'Reilly snuck away as Killian Dain laid out multiple security guards.

Mr. William Regal came out next and announced that all six men would take part in a tornado tag match in the main event. So for the second time in a month, SAnitY will not be getting their title match.


Heavy Machinery defeated Tino Sabbatelli & Riddick Moss

SAnitY and Undisputed Era went to the back, so instead we got the next chapter in the ongoing rivalry between Heavy Machinery and Sabbatelli & Moss.

Moss got the heat on Tucker Knight by grabbing his tights from behind and using a lariat to the back of the head. Sabbatelli was greeted with “Tino sucks” chants, which surprised pretty much everyone since the heel duo is used to no reaction.

For some reason, Sabbatelli and Moss tagged each other exceptionally hard. Sabbatelli tried to use a roll-up with his feet on the ropes (which won them their last match), but the referee caught it and he got pinned by Knight after The Compactor.

After the match, Moss walked out on Sabbatelli. Someone should show these guys video tapes of Blake & Murphy and track what happened to that team in the ensuing two years after their break up. Meanwhile, their manager at the time, Alexa Bliss, has won four Women's Championships on the main roster.


Out came Johnny Gargano for the first time since his bout at TakeOver: Philadelphia where he came up short in his quest to conquer Andrade “Cien” Almas for the NXT Championship.

Gargano said he went into Philly more confident than ever. He saw himself winning and coming back here as champion. Unfortunately it didn't happen, which sucks, but getting this overwhelming positive reaction from the fans and the respect it shows means more. It gave him the inspiration to pick himself back up and continue being Johnny Gargano.

He'll never forget TakeOver, but will also never forget Tommaso Ciampa hitting him in the back with a crutch. He is coming for Ciampa and was in the middle of challenging him to come out when we were joined by Almas.

Zelina Vega asked him who cares if Gargano won everyone's respect. There should be a parade with confetti for the champion. Gargano proved nothing -- except that he is a loser. Almas has beaten him again and again and again. He is not Johnny Gargano, he is Johnny Loser. The fans began chanting for Candice LeRae,  so Gargano mentioned his second favorite part of TakeOver was his wife beating the hell out of her.

Vega got up in Gargano's face, so LeRae ran out and shoved her down. Almas bailed and the husband-wife duo was left standing tall.

Vega got on the stage and said they've beaten him three times. Gargano wants another title shot, and Vega said that if Gargano loses he must leave NXT. Gargano agreed to the challenge.


Shayna Baszler said she is the most feared woman in NXT. There will not be a rematch with Ember Moon because Moon is scared. Baszler dared the press to go tell Moon she said that.


Tyler Bate wasn't happy that he didn't beat Roderick Strong last week, but he said he'll be watching when Strong challenges Pete Dunne next Wednesday. He also said he was happy to win Match of the Year last year and can't wait to have more Match of the Years with everyone in NXT.


Bianca Belair defeated Jessica Hill

Hill was trained by Dory Funk Jr and went one-on-one with The EST of NXT this week. Belair hit a Burning Hammer and a fallaway powerbomb, called the Alley-Oop, for the win in 30 seconds.


A video package for Kairi Sane aired. She's back to being the Pirate Princess, so I guess her enthusiasm for yachts has lessened in the last two weeks.


Next week:

  • Aleister Black in action
  • Ember Moon vs. Shayna Baszler for the NXT Women's Championship
  • Pete Dunne vs. Roderick Strong for the WWE United Kingdom Championship

Mauro Ranallo encouraged us to set our DVR for the UK title match. I'm not sure if he understands that the WWE Network isn't on normal television.


SAnitY (Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe & Killian Dain) defeated The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) in a tornado tag team match

I'm not sure the order any of this was taped, but the fans were a lot more enthusiastic for these six guys at the start of the show than they were early on in this match. The match began with a wild six-way brawl, and the fans finally woke up five minutes in when Young pulled out the plunder.

As Dain mopped up the ringside area with Fish, Cole and O'Reilly separated Young and Wolfe from the pack and fought them through the backstage area. Fish did hit a beautiful moonsault to Dain. Unfortunately for Fish, his advantage didn't last long and he began running away to get away from Dain. At this point, the other four returned from the backstage area, so Dain heaved Fish off the stage and onto everyone else.

As the match continued, Undisputed Era had no problem throwing around Wolfe and Young, but spent more time than not in flight when Dain got his hands on them. Cole discovered the best offense against Dain was to move out of the way, which was proven right when Dain went crashing through a table that Cole, seconds earlier, was propped against.

Back in the ring, Wolfe held his own for a second, but got superkicked and laid out with Total Elimination. Young was in with his kendo stick, but he got superkicked and laid out with a brainbuster on Cole's knee. Dain got back in the ring and single-handedly destroyed all of Undisputed Era, pinning Fish with the Ulster Plantation.

So, that does it for this week. Will SAnitY ever get their title match? Until next week, remember to say your vitamins and take your prayers!