The new Million Dollar Champion and the Million Dollar Man celebrate the defeat of LA Knight at NXT TakeOver 36 in style.
Ridge Holland def. Timothy Thatcher
Ridge Holland and Timothy Thatcher turned up the aggression in the Capitol Wrestling Center, but the stunning return of Danny Burch tipped the scales in the ongoing war. The bruiser from Yorkshire imposed his will on Thatcher to earn the win and fireworks followed as Burch, Dunne & Lorcan went on the attack against Ciampa and his teammate.
Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter def. Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne
Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter have been climbing the NXT Women’s Tag Team ladder, but Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne were out to prove they’re taking over the black-and-gold brand. The newcomers had their moments, but the Tik Tok Tag Team’s chemistry kicked in to set up a moonsault combo for the win. After the match, Catanzaro & Carter let the NXT Universe know that they have their eyes on the titles.
Kay Lee Ray def. Valentina Feroz
Kay Lee Ray put the NXT Women’s division on notice with her emergence at NXT TakeOver 36. The former NXT UK Women’s Champion opened even more eyes with a dominant performance against Valentina Feroz that ended with a crushing Gory Bomb.
Samoa Joe’s reign begins in chaos
Samoa Joe made history at NXT TakeOver 36 as the first-ever three-time NXT Champion. All that did on the black-and-gold brand was line up the challengers as Pete Dunne, LA Knight and Kyle O’Reilly sparked a chaotic brawl.
Carmelo Hayes def. Odyssey Jones – NXT Breakout Tournament Final
It was a complete clash of styles in the NXT Breakout Tournament Final, as the high-flying and flashy Carmelo Hayes collided with the massive Odyssey Jones. Jones stopped “NXT’s First Round Pick” dead in his tracks by catching a splash and slamming his opponent. Hayes flipped the match with a series of kicks, and then shocked Jones with a roll-up reversal for the win. With a championship contract secured, Hayes passed on choosing an immediate opportunity but put the whole locker room on notice.
Xyon Quinn def. Boa
Disobedience will not be tolerated. As Boa looked to pay respects to the throne of Mei Ying, Xyon Quinn came charging back at his opponent with a brutal forearm for the pin. And the NXT Universe is left to only imagine how Mei Ying might respond after the embarrassment to Tian Sha.
Legado del Fantasma def. Hit Row
Hit Row and Legado del Fantasma brought their rivalry to the ring after weeks of back-and-forth, parking lot brawls and guitar smashes. Top Dolla appeared to shift the match, as the gigantic Superstar lifted up and dropped Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza all at once. With B-Fab laying in wait throughout the match, Elektra Lopez appeared to even the odds for Legado del Fantasma and distract Isaiah “Swerve” Scott for a Escobar roll-up win.