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WWE NXT results: Undisputed Era vs. Dunne, Lorcan & Burch

The Big News: Danny Burch pinned Kyle O'Reilly, winning the six-man tag team main event for his team over the Undisputed Era.

The Medium News: Lars Sullivan laid claim to the number one contender status, destroying both Ricochet and Velveteen Dream during their match.

The Little Beaver-sized News: Candice LeRae slapped Tommaso Ciampa, but Ciampa still declared victory in his war on Johnny Gargano.


The show began with the biggest heel in wrestling, Tommaso Ciampa, coming out to Johnny Gargano's music. The fans popped for Gargano's music and went crazy in anger upon seeing the bearded visage of Ciampa.

Ciampa said Gargano may have won the battle, but Ciampa would always win the war -- and that's why Gargano's sitting at home in a neck brace. Piece by piece, Ciampa has broken him. He's broken his mind, body, and spirit and now Johnny Wrestling is gone and Ciampa has won.

Candice LeRae walked out, snatched the mic out of Ciampa's hand, and asked Ciampa who he was. She thought she knew Ciampa but doesn't recognize what he's become. He's obsessed with ruining their lives and she doesn't know why. LeRae stated that she is done trying to figure him out. He is a monster that LeRae will never forgive. While her husband's future may be uncertain, Ciampa will know that Johnny Gargano was better than him.

Ciampa said maybe he is better, but that boy is not half the man Ciampa is. That's why Gargano sent his cute, precious wife out to confront him instead. He said LeRae has always been more of a man than Gargano. Ciampa dared her to “mess him up” and was about to wonder how she could marry such a loser when LeRae slapped the taste out of his mouth.

Ciampa smiled at her and slithered away. As LeRae walked away, Ciampa mouthed “I win.”


Lacey Evans defeated Brandi Lauren

Lauren is also known by Kayci Quinn and Ava Storie and has wrestled for both Shine and Impact Wrestling. Evans has new theme music and wasn't very lady-like as she literally stepped over Lauren before hitting a middle rope moonsault. Evans then won with The Lady's Right, which was literally just her punching Lauren in the face with her right hand.

Kairi Sane appeared out of nowhere (just off stage right) with a forearm to attack Evans as revenge for an Evans sneak attack from a few weeks ago. Sane threw her back in the ring and went up top for the Insane Elbow, but Evans rolled out of the ring and ran for her life.


Aleister Black was walking around Full Sail University earlier and talked about potentially facing both Ricochet and Velveteen Dream for the NXT Championship. We're supposed to believe, if this was real, that Black flew all the way from home to walk around an empty college campus before flying home.


Dakota Kai was doing her weekly interview about being scared of Shayna Baszler. Kai said that Nikki Cross, who was cackling nearby last week, was crazy. She started talking about her strength and conditioning programming when Cross came flying into the picture and demanded to know when Kai was going to challenge Baszler.

Kai was scared of Cross in a different way as Cross ordered her to face her fear.


Ricochet vs. Velveteen Dream ended in a no contest

An unofficial number one contender's match if there ever was one. It would have been hard to believe one year ago when this gimmick debuted that Velveteen Dream would be as over as he is.

This match was five minutes of Dream proving he was at Ricochet's level, as he matched The One and Only move for move and they set up what was promising to be a good match. They collided head-to-head in the corner, but before either man could get up, Lars Sullivan ran in for the attack!

Sullivan squashed both men before laying them out with separate Freak Accidents. Sullivan made motions that he wants the NXT Championship and is the true top contender.


Kona Reeves defeated Raul Mendoza

Reeves was back to take on Mendoza this week and has now added a necklace with a giant "K" on it. He threatened the ring attendant about what would happen if something were to happen to his jacket. He didn't care about his alleged 24-karat gold necklace, but the jacket you could buy at almost any store, that was important.

Reeves has been watching his Ted DiBiase tapes as he used both a fist drop and the falling elbow from the middle rope before slapping on the Million Dollar Dream. Mendoza made a hot comeback but did a springboard right into a boot to the face and Reeves won with the Hawaiian Drop.


Cathy Kelley was trying to get comments from Mr. William Regal when Ricochet and Velveteen Dream both showed up and stated they were both going to ask for a match with Sullivan. They went into Regal's office together.

It was announced later that Sullivan will face Ricochet & Velveteen Dream in a two-on-one handicap match next week.


Earlier today, Heavy Machinery talked about taking their mothers out for Mother's Day when TM61 walked up wanting to go out drinking. Heavy Machinery didn't want to drink with cheaters. TM61 made a fat joke and a match was made for next week.


Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch defeated The Undisputed Era

Dunne started the match by angrily stalking Strong, so Strong wisely tagged out as the match got underway. I am sure this will come as a shock to you, but this was as fine of a six-man wrestling match as you will see.

Undisputed Era got the heat on Burch until Strong began openly mocking Dunne, so Burch grabbed him in a waist lock until Dunne could tag in and hit an amazing punch to the face. Dunne had his way with his former temporary tag team partner until Cole and O'Reilly distracted him long enough for Strong to take over.

Lorcan got the second hot tag and lit into the heel trio. Burch tagged in and we had a double team on Strong. Dunne hit Cole and Cole flew into space as this broke into a six-way brawl. Strong threw Lorcan into Dunne, sending those two crumbling to the floor. Burch then had to fight the Undisputed Era three-on-one.

Burch more than held his own and we ended up with a triple submission. That led to Strong booting Lorcan out of his single leg crab, sending Lorcan into the standing crucifix that Dunne had on Cole and they fell onto the crossface that Burch had on O'Reilly. Got all that?

Strong and O'Reilly ended up doing their own miscommunication spot and, almost shockingly, Burch pinned O'Reilly with a wheelbarrow DDT. It was so unexpected that no one reacted until the referee counted three. I honestly think they have won maybe one tag team match in the year they have teamed, so no one recognized their finish.

So, that does it for this week. We are on the road to TakeOver: Chicago and until next week, remember to say your vitamins and take your prayers.