WWE NXT Results
November 14, 2018
This is the final show before NXT Takeover: WarGames this Saturday in Las Angeles.
(1) BIANCA BELAIR def. MIA YIM. Solid back-and-forth match with Belair picking up yet another strong victory, continuing her undefeated streak. Two ladies with a whole lot of attitude. Hot finish with Yim going after Bianca in the corner, nailing a cannonball splash, but running into a stiff elbow shot. Yim hit the Kiss of Death for the win.
— The War Raiders, Ricochet and Pete Dunne all “discuss” who is going to face a member of the Undisputed Era later on tonight. And by “discuss” I mean they all said they wanted to do, and Hanson just yelled “I’M DOING IT!” and walked away.
— A video package airs recapping the feud between Aleister Black and Johnny Gargano.
— Matt Riddle is interviewed backstage about his journey to NXT so far, and says the experience has been amazing, he won his debut match last week, and he’s looking forward to taking on all challengers. Kassius Ohno cut him off and wanted to know where his challenge was. He called the “Bro Show” total trash, and Riddle challenged him to a match next week.
(2) LACEY EVANS def. KARISSA RIVERA. Easy victory for Evans, who at one point was literally doing push-ups on her opponent after beating her down. Evans connected with some stiff offense, hit the Woman’s Right and got the three.
— Evans cut a promo after the match, calling the NXT women’s division “a bunch of classless nasties” who don’t understand sophistication or what it means to be a real woman.
— A video package aired recapping the feud between Tommaso Ciampa and Velveteen Dream.
— A video package aired recapping the feud between Shayna Baszler and Kairi Sane. Kairi said her treasure box is empty, which is just about the saddest thing I’ve ever heard in my life.
(3) KYLE O’REILLY def. HANSON. The Undisputed Era now has the advantage in WarGames this Saturday. This match was absolutely fantastic. They brutalized each other with strikes, chops and all kinds of combinations. Undisputed Era kept coming down one at a time to interfere, which brought down Ray Rowe, then Pete Dunne, and finally Ricochet leaped over the referee to the outside, taking everyone out. During all the distractions, O’Reilly smacked Hanson with one of the title belts, rolled him over and got the win.