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WWE NXT live results: Toxic Attraction six-woman tag match

Toxic Attraction will look to continue their dominance over NXT tonight.

NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose and NXT Women's Tag Team Champions Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne will face off with Io Shirai, Kayden Carter & Kacy Catanzaro in six-woman tag team action on tonight's episode of NXT. The match was made after Carter and Catanzaro saved Shirai from a beatdown by Toxic Attraction on last week's show.

It was revealed last week that Dolin and Jayne had attacked Zoey Stark backstage. Shirai confronted Rose, but Toxic Attraction ganged up on her and had the numbers advantage. Carter and Catanzaro then made the save for Shirai.

Stark recently underwent surgery after suffering a torn ACL and torn meniscus at Halloween Havoc.

The team of Jacket Time (Kushida & Ikemen Jiro) will take on Diamond Mine's Creed Brothers (Julius & Brutus Creed) tonight. Plus, Kay Lee Ray faces Sarray, Pete Dunne will make an appearance, Cameron Grimes and Elektra Lopez will be in action, we'll hear from NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa and Bron Breakker on WWE's UK tour, and The Grizzled Young Veterans will hone their "urban training" skills.

Our live coverage begins at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

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Toxic Attraction defeated Kacy Catanzaro, Kayden Carter & Io Shirai (12:50)

This was a fun opener. It was nice to start with a match instead of a long promo. They worked hard, and the fans got into the match by the end. 

Mandy Rose gained the early advantage for her team after knocking Shirai off the apron. The heels then cut Carter off from her team and isolated her on their side of the ring. Jacy Jayne caught Carter with a neck breaker for a near fall. She followed up with an enziguri, but Carter recovered and tagged in Shirai.

Shirak hit a standing moonsasult into a double-knees for two-count. Catanzaro hit a slingshot senton on Jayne for a near fall, but the heels backed her into their corner. Catanzaro recovered and hit a dive to the floor on Rose. Carter then hit a cross body onto Gigi Dolin and Jayne. Shirai went for a dive, but Rose cut her off to take over. 

During the break, Shirai caught Dolin with a cross face. The heels took over by isolating Catanzaro in their corner. 

Back from the break, the heels were firmly in control. Rose slowed the pace down with the body scissors on Catanzaro. Catanzaro broke free, and Shirai got the hot tag. She ran wild on Dolin and stomped her in the corner.

Shirai finally got her hands on Rose and hit running double knees in the corner. She followed up with a huge moonsault on Rose for a very close near fall. The heels briefly took over until Carter tagged back in the match.

Carter rolled through and rocked Dolin with a superkick. The fans broke into a loud "This is awesome" chant. Carter climbed the top rope, but Jayne jumped on the apron to distract her. Catanzaro and Shirai attacked Rose and Jayne at ringside. Dolin then yanked Carter off the top rope and hit her finisher for the win.

After the match, Toxic Attraction posed on the stage with the titles. 

In the back, McKenzie Mitchell interviewed Pete Dunne. She asked about Tony D'Angelo's comments from last week. Dunne told D'Angelo to come and find him. Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams approached. They got in Dunn's face. Dunne became furious and challenged Hayes to match later. 

Toxic Attraction were still posing on the stage. Kay Lee Ray's music hit, and she made her way to the ring passing by Toxic Attraction. 

MSK continued on their journey. They've been walking for a long time, apparently. They joked about joining the mile-high club, which they might think means something else. 

Kay Lee Ray defeated Sarray (4:51)

Ray and Sarray had a good short match. 

Ray jumped Sarray at the bell and beat her down. Sarray fought back with an arm drag and hit a double foot stomp. She rocked Ray with a forearm, but Ray fired back with a series of forearms as well.

Sarray missed a splash in the corner, and Ray hit a DDT for a close two-count. Sarray rolled up Ray for a near fall and transitioned to a half-crab. Ray fought back and made it to the ropes to break the hold. Ray rocked Sarray with a superkick, but Sarray fired back with a kick to the head. 

Sarray missed a dropkick and Ray sent her to the floor. Ray then hit the KLR bomb on the announce table and hit a second KLR bomb in the ring for the win. 

In the back, Joe Gacy discussed his upcoming match with Boa. He thinks Boa feels he has to hide who he really is. 

They showed highlights of Bron Breakker competing on the UK Tour and promising to win the NXT title.

Joe Gacy defeated Boa via DQ (3:23)

They didn't get a lot of time and had a weak DQ finish. 

Boa briefly had the early advantage, but Gacy took over. Gacy hit a side slam, and suplex  Boa fired up and hit a series of knees. Suddenly, the lights went out, and Boa viciously attacked Gacy against the ropes. Boa refused to break the hold, and the referee called for the bell. 

Gacy laughed in the camera and acted like he planned everything. 

They showed the Jacket Time promo for last week. The Diamond Mine watched the promo as they trained. Malcolm Bivens demanded that the Creed Brothers defeat Jacket Time tonight. 

In the back, McKenzie Mitchell tried to interview Sola Sikoa, but Grayson Waller and LA Knight interrupted. Sikoa challenged them both to match later. 

The Creed Brothers (w/Dimaond Mine) defeated Jacket Time (7:42)

This was a fun short match that the fans enjoyed. Kushdia was the highlight of the match. 

The Creed Brothers gained the early advantage and isolated Kushida in their corner. Kushida fought back and hit a double handspring elbow on the heels. Ikemen Jiro and Kushia then regained control and knocked the Creed Brothers off the apron. Jacket Time posed in the middle of the ring before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Kushdia ran wild and scored a near fall. Kushdia and Jiro hit a double dropkick on Julius. Jiro hit an elbow off the top for a close near fall. Brutus went after Kushdia as Julius ripped off Jiro's jacket to a chorus of boos. 

Jiro tried to fight back, but Roderick Strong interfered, and Julius hit a gut-wrench powerbomb to win. 

After the match, Odyssey Jones ran out for the save and attacked the Diamond Mine. 

Toxic Attraction were in the parking lot bragging about being the champions. Rose noted there was nobody worthy of challenging for her title. Suddenly, Raquel Gonzalaz drove up on her bike. She told Rose to keep her belt warm, and she drove to the ring. 

Raquel Gonzalaz And Dakota Kai Segment 

Gonzalaz jumped in the ring and repeated to Rose to keep the belt warm. She's going to deal with Dakota Kai first and then is coming for her title. She then demanded that Kai come to the ring. Kai slowly walked out and talked about how good it felt to hit her in the back with the shovel at Halloween Havoc.

Suddenly, Cora Jade ran out and attacked Kai. Gonzalaz got in Jade's face and noted she gets to face Kai first. 

Adam Chase held a seminar at Chase University. They discussed mental toughness until he yelled at one of his students and kicked him out. 

Cameron Grimes defeated Ru Feng (1:45)

This was mostly a squash match to showcase Grimes. He looked good in the match and was good in the post-match angle as well. 

Grimes had the early advantage and mocked Feng. Feng fought back and slowed the pace down with an abnormal stretch. Grimes fought back with a hip toss. Grimes fired up and ran wild on Feng. He rocked Feng with a running boot in the corner. Grimes followed up with a flying crossbody for a near fall. He then hit the double foot stomp for the win. 

After the match, Duke Hudson came to the ring and got in Grimes' face. He demanded to know if Grimes duped him and called him a hick. Grimes mocked Hudson and bragged about winning. Hudson promised that he'd never lose again to someone that looks like a rotten troll living under a bridge. The fans gave Hudson the "What" treatment and chanted it for the first half of his promo. 

Grimes wondered why Hudson had to resort to name-calling. Grimes promised that he holds it down, and it doesn't matter if it's in Duke's poker room, in the ring, or on wall street. Grimes noted he likes to play dumb, but last week, he played Hudson. 

Hudson then challenged Grimes to a poker showdown next week in the ring. 

Triple Threat Match: Solo Sikoa defeated Grayson Waller and LA Knight (5:00)

This was a fine triple threat match, but they didn't get a lot of time. 

Waller and Knight argued until Sikola took them both out. Waller charged at Sikoa, but he moved, and Knight pulled down the rope. Sikoa then brought Knight back in the ring, but Waller pulled down the rope on Knight and he fell to the outside.

Waller and Knight then worked together to beat down Sikoa. The fans broke into a loud "LA sucks" chant. Waller and Knight argued about giving Sikoa a superplex. They finally agreed to give Sikoa a double superplex. Instead, Sikoa slipped out and gave the heels a double powerbomb. 

Sikoa missed a splash in the corner, and Knight hit a neck breaker to take over. Waller attacked Knight with knees and caught Sikoa with a superkick. The finish came when Sikoa threw Waller out of the ring with a belly-to-belly suplex. He then hit the splash on Knight for the win. 

In the back, McKenzie Mitchell interviewed Indie Hartwell and Persia Pirotta. They discussed coming close to winning the tag team titles at Halloween Havoc. Tony D'Angelo approached and promised to defeat Dexter Lumis next week. He then gave a dead fish to Indie to give to Dexter. 

Elektra Lopez and Legado Del Fantasma were on their way to the ring. Lopez hopes that Xyon Quinn is watching. 

They showed highlights of NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa on the UK Tour. 

Elektra Lopez (w/Legado Del Fantasma) defeated Erica Yan (1:21)

This was a quick squash match that was rough in a lot of places. 

Yan tried to jump Lopez at the bell, but Lopez quickly took over. She slapped Yan hard across the face and hit a suplex. She followed up with a scary-looking sit-out powerbomb for the win. 

After the match, Lopez called out Xyon Quinn and offered him a spot in Legado Del Fantasma. Quinn was flattered but turned down the offer. Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde tried to stop Quinn, but he fought back. Quinn cleared the ring and had an intense staredown with Lopez. 

They announced NXT War Games for December 5th. The event is only called War Games with no references to the Takeover name. 

In the back, McKenzie Mitchell interviewed Kyle O'Reilly. He's not sure if he should focus on his singles career or go all-in with Von Wagner as a tag team. Imperium approached O'Reilly until Wagner showed up and the heels backed off.

Non-Title Match: Pete Dunne defeated North American Champion Carmelo Hayes (w/Trick Williams) (12:12)

Dunne and Hayes had a good fast-paced, and hard-hitting match. 

Dunne rocked Hayes with a forearm right at the bell. Dunne followed up with a hard clothesline and slowed the pace down. He worked over Hayes' arm and targeted the fingers. Hayes fought back with a kick to the face and a springboard clothesline off the middle rope. 

Hayes took over and kicked Dunne in the arm. Dunne recovered and rocked Hayes with a kick to the arm as well.

Dunne sent Hayes to the apron and snapped his fingers. They fought on the floor. Hayes attempted a suplex, but Dunne reversed with a suplex on the apron.

Suddenly, Dexter Lumis showed up to join the commentators. 

Back from the break, Dunne was firmly in control until Hayes hit a huge code breaker to take over. He followed up with a hard clothesline. Dunne tried fighting back, but Hayes slammed him down for another near fall. Dunne fired back with a hard forearm and a sit-out powerbomb for a very close two-count. The fans broke into a "This is awesome" chant.

Hayes leaped off the ropes, but Dunne rocked him with a hard forearm. Hayes fought back with a twisting suplex for another near fall. The fans broke into an "NXT" and "Fight Forever" chant. Hayes locked on the Gargano escape, but Dunne broke free by attacking the fingers. The fans broke into another "This is awesome" chant. 

Dunne hit a release German suplex and knocked Williams off the apron. Dunne went for the bitter end, but Hayes shoved him into the middle rope. Lumis attacked Williams at ringside before he could attack Dunne. 

In the ring, Hayes backed up against the ropes, and a hand appeared from under the ring. Hayes backed off as the hand grabbed at his leg. Dunne took advantage and hit the bitter end for the win.

After the match, Johnny Gargano appeared from under the ring and gave a thumbs up to Lumis. Dunne looked at Lumis and Gargano giving each other the thumbs up to end NXT.

Next Week: Cameron Grimes takes on Duke Hudson in a Poker Showdown. In a six-man tag team match, Odyssey Jones & Jacket Time take on Diamond Mine's Roderick Strong and The Creed Brothers. Plus, Dexter Lumis goes one-on-one with Tony D'Angelo.