WWE NXT Results
July 10, 2019
— Io Shirai comes to the ring but the fans boo her every time she tries to speak. Eventually they subside and Io claims that she doesn’t have any friends. She says she never needed any of the fans, drops the mic and walks out as everyone continues to boo.
— Velveteen Dream is backstage for a press conference. He’s asked about his next challenger for the NXT North American Championship, but says he doesn’t approve of the questions and refuses to answer. He’s asked about Roderick Strong and admits that he got lucky a few weeks ago in their tag team match, but he’s not ready, and doesn’t deserve a one-on-one encounter with the Dream.
— Damien Priest def. Blanco Loco // Quick match as Priest dominates with some heavy offense in the corner, and a series of clotheslines. He hits a quick spinning kick, followed by his finisher (now called The Reckoning) and gets an easy, impressive win.
— Killian Dain vignette. He’s got a new backstory, and talks about a fire burning down his house and killing his family. Apparently he grew up with tanks on the street corners, gang violence everywhere, and is deaf in one ear because of an explosion. Dain says he refuses to repress these experiences, and wears them as a badge of honor. He takes everything he wants, because it’s all been taken from him.
— Jordan Myles (fka ACH) and Boa introduce themselves to the NXT Universe.
— Jordan Myles def. Boa in the first round of the NXT Breakout Tournament
— Shayna Baszler answers Mia Yim’s challenge and says she has the biggest target on her back. Mia has an incredible story and an inspiring journey, but it’s the most basic story ever told in the fighting world, and it’ll take more than stories to finally take the title off her.
— Keith Lee is interviewed and says he’s been in NXT for the last year and faced freaks, knockout artists and all kinds of people. He’s not their chosen one, and he doesn’t look like “the guy” that’s hand-picked to be the chosen one. It doesn’t matter. Lee says he’s always going to come out on top. Everybody will bask in his gory this year, but he has to be better than he once was. He’s no longer “limitless”. Now he’s “infinite”.
— The Street Profits (c) def. Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch to retain the NXT Tag Team Championships