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WWE NXT Result And Report For 05 September 2023: Highlight, Match Ratings, Winners And Losers

10 months ago By Sports Desk

Tonight’s episode of NXT is coming to you from the WWE Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Florida.

The show kicks off with a women’s title match, followed by a big announcement about next week’s main event.

Kiana James vs. Tiffany Stratton (c) (NXT Women’s Championship)
Tiffany Stratton used some sneaky moves to gain an advantage in the match. She did it again by poking Kiana James in the eyes and then hitting her finisher, the “Prettiest Moonsault Ever,” to secure the pinfall victory.
Result: Tiffany Stratton retains the NXT Women’s Championship by pinning Kiana James.

After the match, Becky Lynch appears on the screen and challenges Stratton for the NXT Women’s Championship in next week’s main event.

The Diamond Mine faction is back in NXT, and they have a run-in with the NXT Tag Team Champions, Tony D’Angelo and Stacks. The Creed Brothers express their desire for a tag title shot, which leads to an argument with Malik Blade and Edris Enofe.

Ilja Dragunov vs. Oro Mensah
Ilja Dragunov and Oro Mensah put on a competitive match, with both wrestlers having their moments. In the end, Dragunov secured the win with his finishing move, the Torpedo Moskau.
Result: Ilja Dragunov wins by pinning Oro Mensah with the Torpedo Moskau.

After the match, Dragunov and Wes Lee both claim to be the rightful next challenger for the title. Carmelo Hayes announces a No. 1 contender’s match between Dragunov and Lee next week to determine the next title challenger.

Backstage, Dominik Mysterio is seen tearing up the WWE rulebook and admiring his referee shirt.

Nathan Frazer is interviewed backstage, acknowledging that he’s gone viral. Despite criticism that he’s too fast, Frazer is determined not to hold back and continues to give his best.

Jacy Jayne has given Thea Hail a makeover, but not everyone is a fan of the dark makeup choices.

Gigi Dolin questions Jacy’s motives, and Thea defends her, leading to a heated exchange.

Group B Heritage Cup Invitational Match: Nathan Frazer vs. Duke Hudson w/Andre Chase
Hudson charges forward, but Frazer responds with a flurry of kicks. Frazer then springs off the ropes, delivering a powerful dropkick that sends Duke teetering onto the apron. A well-placed elbow from Frazer knocks him down to the arena floor. Back inside the ring, Hudson manages to slam Frazer and follows up with some heavy chops. However, Frazer counters Hudson’s attempted Razor’s Edge with a lightning-quick Rana. Frazer finishes the match with a breathtaking Phoenix Splash for the victory.
Result: Nathan Frazer secures a pinfall victory with a Phoenix Splash, adding two points to his tally.

Updated Group B standings:
– Frazier – 2 points
– Joe Coffey – 2 points
– Duke Hudson – 2 points
– Akira Tozawa – 0 points

Back in the Diamond Dojo, there’s a discussion about what makes a good tag team, with some tension between the teams.

Dabba-Kato vs. Tyler Bate
Tyler Bate goes on the offensive as soon as the match starts, using his speed and skills to gain an advantage. Bate secures the win with a corkscrew senton atomico.
Result: Tyler Bate wins by pinning Dabba-Kato.

Dominik Mysterio attempts to connect with Carmelo Hayes, but Hayes remains smug and uninterested.

Dominik Mysterio is seen heading to the ring in his referee shirt with black and purple stripes.

In the locker room, Kiana James is upset about her loss, and a fight breaks out with Lyra Valkyria and Roxanne Perez.

Baron Corbin delivers a promo, expressing his desire to see Bron Breakker and Von Wagner tear each other apart.

North American Championship Number One Contender’s Match: Dragon Lee vs. Mustafa Ali (Special guest referee: Dominik Mysterio)
Mustafa Ali and Dragon Lee engage in a technical wrestling match, with Ali eventually winning via pinfall with a fast count from Dominik Mysterio.
Result: Mustafa Ali becomes the #1 contender to the NXT North American Championship.

Ali initially celebrates his victory but later attacks Dominik Mysterio after seeing a replay of the fast count on the screen. Ali then shakes hands with Dragon Lee and exits the ring.

In the locker room, Dragunov had a chat with Trick Williams, questioning why Williams had lied to Hayes last week, claiming he knew Hayes could defeat Dragunov. It seemed like Williams was either deceiving his best friend or deceiving himself.

Last week, Myles Borne had a conversation with Fallon Henley, and Drew Gulak, Charlie Dempsey, and Damon Kemp learned about it. They weren’t pleased. In their upcoming match, it might be Borne’s only opportunity to leave an impression, so he needed to make it count. Borne assured that he would.

Eddy Thorpe was upset about his loss to Dijak last week, and he wasn’t finished with him. Thorpe believed Dijak couldn’t defeat him without resorting to cheating tactics.

Group A Heritage Cup Invitational Match: Butch vs. Axiom
Butch pushed Axiom and almost got caught in a knee bar. After escaping, Butch focused on Axiom’s arms and shoulders. They exchanged strikes, with Butch landing a powerful lariat and executing an X-plex and a basement dropkick. Butch used the ropes to target Axiom’s arms. The Meta-Four watched from the upper deck. After a commercial break, the match ended in a time-limit draw, granting each competitor one point. They showed respect by bumping fists afterward.
Result: Time limit draw both competitors shared a point.

Tyler Bate appeared on the ramp, staring down Dunne and waving.

Updated Group A standings:
– Butch: 3 points
– Axiom: 1 point
– Charlie Dempsey: 0 points
– Tyler Bate had not yet competed in the tournament.

In a taped promo, Von Wagner seemed to address Mr. Stone but was talking to the announce desk. He now had a gimmick involving putting people through tables. Stone approached, and Wagner vowed to put Breakker through a table tonight.

The skit in the Diamond Dojo continued with more tag teams bickering, leading to a brawl.

Humberto Carillo and Angel Garza confronted the tag champs and engaged in a brawl with D’Angelo and Stacks.

Gigi Dolin vs Thea Hail

They traded moves, with Hail countering the Gigi Driver and applying a Kimura. Dolin reached the ropes and rolled out of the ring. While the referee was distracted, Blair Davenport ran down and attacked Dolin with an arm-DT. Davenport then sent Dolin back into the ring, where Hail locked in the Kimura again, making Dolin tap out.

Result: Thea Hail won by submission with the double wristlock.

Ivy Nile returned to the dojo and was shocked by the mayhem. The Creeds simply expressed their relief at being back.

Dana Brooke was upset with Lyra Valkyria for trying to give Kelani Jordan a pep talk.

Tiffany Stratton cut a promo about her upcoming match against Becky Lynch, emphasizing that it was the biggest match of her two-year career. She declared herself the center of the universe in her world and vowed to keep the title.

Von Wagner and Bron Breakker were shown walking backstage.

Bron Breakker vsVon Wagner with Mr. Stone at ringside (No Disqualification Match)

Baron Corbin provided commentary. In the closing moments, Wagner attempted to powerbomb Breakker through the commentary desk, but Breakker escaped. They exchanged shots, and Breakker eventually speared Wagner for the win.

Result: Bron Breakker won by pinfall with a spear.

Post-match, Breakker viciously attacked Wagner with steel steps, causing the feed to cut to black to avoid showing graphic violence. The commentary team expressed shock at Breakker’s actions, with Corbin unable to believe what he had just witnessed.

That’s a wrap for this episode of NXT! Share your thoughts on it in the comments below!

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