NXT Results – February 5, 2020 | Newsdio

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NXT
Date: February 5, 2020
Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Commenters: Mauro Ranallo, Beth Phoenix, Nigel McGuinness

It takes less than two weeks to take control, it seems that the entire card is configured. However, there are some things beyond Takeover that must also be taken care of and that include Wrestlemania. Therefore, we have a guest star this week, as Charlotte is here to respond to Rhea Ripley's Wrestlemania challenge. Let's do it.

Opening Summary

Here are the Broserweights, in a golf cart, with the Dusty Classic trophy on the back. You can say that Matt Riddle is in a good mood because he wears a tie. They have been celebrating since then and tonight continues because the trophy is in a golf cart. Dunne can't believe he's on a tag team with Riddle, who says he's meant to be. Riddle wants to know how they will get to Portland, but here is the undisputed era to interrupt.

O & # 39; Reilly: "You're Matthew Riddell and Peter Dune." They are ready to fight now, but here is Roderick Strong to push them back. Fish: "There are also fish much larger than you." Riddle: "Bobby Fish just said fish!" He gets into a tongue twister, but Dunne says don't worry about how many fish Bobby Fish could fry if Bobby Fish could fried fish. Riddle turns it into a song and makes a turn of Randy Savage to give it a nice touch. Dunne promises to smoke the Era in Portland.

Angel Garza vs. Isaiah Scott

They start fast and lose a clothesline each, which means that it is an early confrontation. Scott tries to spin but gets kicked in the ribs to put Garza in control. That's fine with Scott, who trampolines back for a hurricane to send Garza out. Garza is read for the dive, so Scott puts the brakes on and kicks him back to the floor. Scott's jump on the ropes is super battered and we take a break. Back with Garza hitting a reverse power bomb, allowing him to take off his pants.

Outcome: Angel Garza b. Isaiah Scott – Wing Clipper (10:38)

After the game, Garza says he took out his cousin and Rey Mysterio, so he now wants to regain his cruiserweight title.

The undisputed era hit some people for not knowing where Tommaso Ciampa is. Strong even ruins someone who cuts his hair.

Video about Mercedes Martinez.

Sergeant Slaughter is here for your random cameo.

Dominik Dijakovic vs. Killian Dain

These two faced each other today at the Performance Center about who should have the next opportunity with Keith Lee. Dain goes straight to him with his shoulders in the corner, but Dijakovic rushes in a hurry and hits an average elbow in the head. However, a clothesline puts Dijakovic on top and the SHAVE YOUR BACK edges begin. Dijakovic does not seem to like the hairy back either and jumps off the steps, turning the songs into a PARTY OF YOUR EYES. Back and the lariat disk is cut by Dain's body to send us to a rest.

We return with Dijakovic coming out of a belly behind his back and nudging Dain in the face. The suplex hit in the chokebomb gets two in Dain, but he is back to catch Dijakovic at the top. Dain's superplex knocks them both down, but Dijakovic wins a battle of boots in the face for two. The moon jump fails and the Vader Bomb breaks, which means it's Feast Your Eyes to finish Dain at 8:15.

Outcome: Dominick Dijakovic b. Killian Dain – Delight your eyes (8:15)

After the game, we are told that Dijakovic has a shot at the title in Portland, so here is Lee for the showdown.

Kushida doesn't know where Ciampa is, so the undisputed era throws him in a box. Bronson Reed enters to look them down, so it is a jump from knee to head.

We received a split screen interview between Johnny Gargano and Finn Balor. They were ready to fight in Takeover: WarGames and Gargano has been counting the days for three months. Finn says he has been counting the days for four years because he is tired of Gargano being called the next Finn Balor. Gargano says he's the first Johnny Gargano and Balor needs this game as much as he does. Balor does not need this match because he is not paid by the hour, but he will take his time and enjoy it.

That's what Johnny has been looking for: the NXT Finn Balor, not the Finn Balor who lost to Bobby Lashley for seventeen weeks in a row at Raw. Balor is not here for the game of the year, because he is here for the last game of Gargano's life. Gargano promises to take the NXT flag that Balor dropped and carry it through his heart. Balor: "I have no heart."

Video about Kacy Catanzaro.

Mercedes Martínez vs. Kacy Catanzaro

Martinez starts quickly by taking off a belt and planting it with a spinebuster. A delayed supplex of a weapon … breaks and Catanzaro kicks in the basement. Catanzaro grabs a hurricanrana for two, but his trampoline is broken with a hard forearm. Martinez takes him to the floor and poses, followed by a whip on the barricade. Back and the fisherman hunter ends Catanzaro at 2:59.

Outcome: Mercedes Martínez b. Kacy Catanzaro – The fisherman hunter (2:59)

Rhea Ripley (listed as NXT Women's Champion instead of NXT Champion) is ready for Charlotte and Bianca Belair.

The undisputed era is attacked by Ciampa and the fight goes to the arena. Cole is sent to the speaker's table over and over again, which is good for some applause. The rest of the team reaches them and hits Ciampa. They enter but the Broserweights enter for salvation. Security divides him, so here is William Regal to make a six man. The fight breaks out again and they head back.

Jordan Devlin vs. Tyler Breeze

Untitled Devlin skips it during entry and the beating is rushed. We took a break and returned together in progress with Devlin nudging him in the corner but being kicked in the ribs for his efforts. A super kick in the basement gives Breeze two and he wraps Devlin's knee around the pole. Breeze drops one knee on the knee and pulls the leg to keep Devlin down.

That doesn't work very well, since Devlin comes back up with a heartbreaker, only to be hit in the face. The neck crank continues for a moment, followed by a clothesline to put Devlin on the floor. Devlin is back again and this time it is a full moon to knock Breeze down again. Back and the launch of Rock Bottom on the standing moonsault gets two in Breeze while we take a break.

We return with Devlin standing in Breeze's face (not fair for beauty), just to load in a boot in the corner. Consecutive dropkicks have Devlin in trouble and a clothesline gives Breeze two. Devlin appears for a high shoulder bag, with Breeze rolling for two more.

A Spanish fly standing receives two in Breeze and both are a little breathless. Devlin tries the moon jump but hits the raised boots, allowing Breeze to slap a half crab. He has to throw it towards the center, but lets it go for some reason, setting the Supermodel kick for a two quite close. The slingshot cutter gives Devlin two and that is enough for him, which means it is Devlin's side that drives Breeze away at 15:33.

Outcome: Jordan Devlin b. Tyler Breeze – Devlin Side (15:33)

Charlotte arrives.

Here is Bianca Belair for the big showdown. She is on her way to Portland to become the new NXT Women's Champion, but here is Charlotte to interrupt in a hurry. We received the great welcome reaction home and she says there is nothing like a Full Sail WOO. Charlotte respects Belair very much, but Bianca is not the queen.

Rhea has missed Belair to get to Wrestlemania … and here is Rhea to interrupt too. Charlotte's cake confronts Belair and Belair almost loses it, since Rhea says it's about leaving Charlotte in Wrestlemania. Belair cuts them to remind Charlotte that she doesn't even go here. It's going to be Belair vs. Charlotte in Wrestlemania because Belair is the NXT EST and Charlotte can't beat her. Charlotte: "This is a conversation for champions, so stand there and fix your braid."

Rhea doesn't like disrespect and the saying here is WE ARE NXT. Belair jumps to Charlotte and puts her on her shoulders for a double mask. Rea and Bianca's trash talk until Belair leaves. Charlotte did not accept or reject Ripley's challenge.

It was indisputable against Tommaso Ciampa / Broserweights

Roderick Strong is the strange man, but the other three jump from the Era on stage and the fight begins before the bell. Dunne X puts O'Reilly in the apron and Ciampa kicks Fish in the face. Strong is hit in the hall and Ciampa limp with O'Reilly going after the knee when the bell rings. Ciampa elbows him and Riddle enters to hit Fish.

The MMA exchange does not work exactly, so Dunne and Cole enter. However, Dunne is thrown to the floor and Strong is back to drop Dunne into his apron. Back and the Era takes turns with Dunne in the corner until he sends Fish to the floor and throws O & # 39; Reilly to the floor, allowing the diving tag to Riddle (Ciampa's arm wasn't exactly extended there). Riddle starts cleaning the house with strikes and throws Brotons back to back.

The Era needs a break on the floor and we return with Riddle struck in the corner of the Era, which allows Cole to return by a chin. O & # 39; Reilly slapped a guillotine strangler, but Riddle lifted him without much effort. Riddle does not sell a German supplements, O'Reilly does not sell a German supplements, Riddle hits him in the head and O'Reilly kicks him in the head for a double takedown.

Dunne gets the hot tag and starts destroying Cole, including X Plexing O'Reilly on him for two. The Panama Sunrise is cut by a forearm, but Cole is back with a brainbuster on his knee for his own fall. Dunne dodges a double kick from O'Reilly and Fish and the hot tag attracts Ciampa. Project Ciampa gets two in O'Reilly with Fish doing the save. We have the great confrontation between Ciampa and Cole, but a head kick quickly breaks it. Everyone starts hitting each other on the head / face, but Strong enters to break the Fairy Tale End for the DQ at 1:41 p.m.

Outcome: Tommaso Ciampa / Broserweights b. It was indisputable through DQ when Roderick Strong interfered (13:41)

After the game, the beating is activated, including Chasing the Dragon to Dunne on the floor. Riddle takes High / Low and Ciampa gets End of Heartache. The Era goes to NWO and paints an X on Ciampa's back (Ciampa wing with the table last week) … but we have three rings on the screen. Those rings would be like Velveteen Dream's glasses and he is back, jumping from the top towards the Era and beating them all at once.

They take out the Era and Dream takes away the equipment, revealing Rick Rude style socks with Strong's family painted, plus an old-school hip twist. Dream clears the ring and fans go crazy to finish the show.

Results
Angel Garza b. Isaiah Scott – Hair clipper
Dominick Dijakovic b. Killian Dain – Delight your eyes
Mercedes Martinez b. Kacy Catanzaro – The fisherman hunter
Jordan Devlin b. Tyler Breeze – Devlin Side
Tommaso Ciampa / Broserweights b. It was indisputable through DQ when Roderick Strong interfered

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for more than thirty years and has watched more than 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling critic since 2009 with more than 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his job at kbwrestlingreviews.comor check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. His latest book is KB & # 39; s Complete 2004 Monday Night Raw Reviews.

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