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WWE NXT Results (10/2) Two Former NXT Champions Return, Three Title Matches, More

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October 2, 2019

FIRST MATCH: WWE NXT World Championship Match: Adam Cole (c) vs. Matt Riddle

Riddle takes Cole down immediately. Riddle immediately goes for the Fujiwara Armbar but Cole gets to the ropes. They lock up. Cole gets Riddle into the corner and pummels him. Riddle comes back with a series of Gutwrench Suplexes. Riddle covers for two.

Riddle hits a big boot. Riddle sends Cole to the floor. Cole hits a jumping enzuigiri on Riddle, and pulls him to the outside. Cole sends Riddle into the steps. Cole gets Riddle back in the ring and maintains dominance. Cole fights out of a Fireman’s Carry and hits a back elbow. Cole gets a nearfall.

Cole hits an Ushiguroshi for a nearfall. Cole maintains dominance over Riddle. Riddle fights back and unleashes a flurry of strikes. Riddle hits a series of forearm smashes. Cole ducks a Penalty Kick and a moonsault. Riddle hits a Broton. Riddle covers for two.

Cole successfully counters Riddle, until Riddle hits a Bicycle Knee Strike and a Fisherman Buster for a nearfall. Riddle hits a German Suplex for a nearfall. Riddle hits a series of kicks.

Both men trade blows. They trade stiff kicks. Cole hits a Superkick. Riddle hits a Bicycle Knee Strike. Riddle gets a series of big blows. Cole hits a Brainbuster on the knee. Cole covers for two.

Cole gets to the apron. Riddle takes advantage. Cole blocks an apron Death Valley Driver. Cole sends Riddle crashing to the floor. Riddle counters a Panama Sunrise with a knee strike. Riddle gets Cole back in the ring. Riddle climbs to the top rope. Cole blocks a Corkscrew Broton with his knees. Cole hits Panama Sunrise. Cole covers for two.

Cole pulls down his knee pad. Riddle gets out of the way before Cole can even charge for Last Shot. Riddle counters Panama Sunrise with a series of powerbombs. Riddle hits a Broton. Riddle covers for two.

Riddle climbs to the top rope. Cole recovers and stops him. Cole regains dominance. Cole hits Panama Sunrise. Riddle goes for Bromission. Cole rolls up Riddle for two. Riddle locks in a Fujiwara Armbar. Cole gets a rollup for two. Riddle goes back to the armbar. Cole wriggles out. Cole hits a cast-assisted forearm smash. Cole hits Last Shot for the pinfall.

WINNER AND STILL NXT WORLD CHAMPION: Adam Cole

After the match, Finn Balor comes out to stare down Cole. “As of now, Finn Balor is NXT.”

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WWE Raw Results (11/30): Symphony Of Destruction, #1 Contender’s Triple Threat

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WWE Raw Results
November 30, 2020
Orlando, FL

Live coverage begins at 8PM ET, provided by PW staff writer Matthew Wilkinson (@MC_Wilkinson1). Follow @prowrestlingcom on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

A MOMENT OF BLISS

We kick off tonight’s show with A Moment Of Bliss, which has a new look for tonight that is more fitting with her new character, with her doll caged in the middle of the ring. She starts out by recapping what happened last week in the main event as she giggles at Orton.

Alexa says she cannot believe he did that to him, but she asks if Randy has asked himself why. Randy says he knows Bray Wyatt very well, but The Fiend, he hasn’t been formally introduced to, but Alexa says The Fiend is one of her best friends.

Orton claims he and The Fiend have a lot in common, but the difference is all The Fiend’s pain is on his exterior, for everyone to see. However, Orton bottles his up and suppresses it so that he can blend in. Orton says they both hear voices, but those that The Fiend hear are his.

Randy says that years ago, he had to find out Bray’s weakness, and he found it and burned it to the ground. Now, Orton says he knows what he has to do…he has to find The Fiend’s weakness. Orton stares at Bliss and says, it looks like he has, while she just smiles back at him.

Alexa asks if that’s what the voices are telling him, as she becomes more serious. Alexa asks who is manipulating who and she stares Orton down as the lights begin to go out. When they come back on, Orton has Bliss in his arms while The Fiend stares at them.

The Fiend asks for Orton to pass her to him, which he does as he then backs out of the ring, smiling and asking who is laughing now?

VIDEO PACKAGE

WWE will be looking back at some moments from Drew McIntyre’s 2020 ahead of his return tonight. First up is a quick video package showcasing Drew’s victory in the 2020 Royal Rumble match.

SYMPHONY OF DESTRUCTION MATCH
JEFF HARDY vs ELIAS 

The two men waste no time throwing hands in this one as things quickly spill to the outside. Jeff Hardy tries to launch himself off the stairs with a violin, but Elias puts a stop to that with a knee to the face of the WWE veteran. Elias then drops Jeff down from his shoulders as Jeff crashes face-first into the ring apron.

Elias then hits Jeff onto a piano, but inside is R-Truth who then runs around as people begin chasing him. Jeff Hardy takes out Drew Gulak, hitting him with a guitar, meanwhile, Elias does the same to Lucha House Party, because why not?

The match returns to the ring as Jeff takes down Elias with the Atomic Drop and then the classic low dropkick. However, Elias ends up launching Jeff into the turnbuckles where a guitar has been positioned, with Hardy going head-first into the instrument.

Elias then places some guitar picks in between his knuckles as he then beats down on Hardy with the added power. Elias bounces Jeff’s head onto a drum kit and begins playing the instrument, crashing the sticks onto Hardy as he then sends him into the ring post.

He then tries to drive Hardy into a gong, but Jeff avoids it as Elias crashes in knee-first and Hardy follows up by sending Elias crashing into the drum kit. Back inside the ring, Jeff tries to use a guitar, but Elias stops him and goes for a powerbomb which Jeff counters.

He then goes for a Whisper in the Wind, but Elias swats him out of the air by smashing him with a guitar. Elias then uses part of the guitar to attack Jeff, but he avoids it and Elias sends it into the amplifier, which electrocutes him. Hardy follows up by smashing a bass onto his back as he then sets Eliasup onto a table as he places an array of strings instruments onto him.

Hardy then hits the Swanton Bomb from the top of the ring post and crashes through the table, but Jeff smacks his head on the bottom of the steel stairs in the process which looked like a horrendous bump. However, Hardy picks up the victory and thankfully, appears to be okay.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

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NJPW Best Of The Super Jr. Results (11/29): Hiromu Takahashi vs Robbie Eagles, Updated Standings

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NJPW Best of the Super Jr. Results
November 29, 2020
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

— Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma def. Gabriel Kidd & Yuji Nagata in a non-tournament match.

— Ryusuke Taguchi def. Yuya Uemura

— El Desperado def. DOUKI

— SHO def. Master Wato

— Taiji Ishimori def. BUSHI

— Hiromu Takahashi def. Robbie Eagles

Current Standings: 

  • Hiromu Takahashi: 10
  • Taiji Ishimori: 10
  • Master Wato: 8
  • El Desperado: 8
  • SHO: 8
  • Bushi: 6
  • Ryusuke Taguchi: 6
  • Robbie Eagles: 4
  • DOUKI: 0
  • Yuya Uemura: 0

Next BOSJ Lineup (Dec. 2) 

  • Yuya Uemura vs. DOUKI
  • Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Robbie Eagles
  • Master Wato vs. BUSHI
  • Taiji Ishimori vs. El Desperado
  • SHO vs. Hiromu Takahashi

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AEW Dynamite Results (11/25): Inner Circle Returns To Action, World Title Contract Signing, Taz Goes Too Far & More

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AEW Dynamite Results
November 25, 2020
Jacksonville, FL

Hangman Page def. John Silver in the opening contest. I missed most of it because of a minor household emergency, but as soon as the show is over I’ll go back and get this updated. From what I heard they had a great match, and The Dark Order continued to court Hangman Page, even offering him a spot in the faction.

— Kenny Omega was interviewed about his upcoming world title match. He asked Jon Moxley to leave his garbage hardcore wrestling at home and prove he can beat him in a straight professional wrestling match. He knows people won’t properly acknowledge him as the best wrestler in the world until he has the AEW World Championship.

Will Hobbs def. Lee Johnson. Introduced as “Powerhouse Hobbs”, the big man won what was essentially an elevated squash match while Taz put him over on commentary. A nice way to subtly continue the Taz/Cody rivalry too with their respective rookies facing off.

— Taz dismissed Will Hobbs to take care of a little business. He complained that the FTW title was not properly promoted in AEW or treated with the respect it should be. He demanded a member of management come to the ring to address his complaints directly, but they cut off his mic. He grabbed another mic and threatened to go to the announce table and say some s–t that Tony Khan really won’t like. Cody Rhodes eventually came out and, clearly very pissed off, did his best to placate Taz and give him what he wanted. He announced Cody & Darby Allin vs. Ricky Starks & Will Hobbs for next week’s Dynamite, but Taz still wasn’t satisfied. Taz started going off on him for his “corporate bullshit” and threw out phrases like “best in your future endeavors” and “creative has nothing for you”. Finally Cody snapped and asked why Taz’s son was training with him and not his dad to be a professional wrestler. He turned his back to leave and Taz actually put him in the Tazmission! Members of the Nightmare Family ran out to break it up. Phenomenal segment.

TH2 def. Top Flight. Another good match, albeit it with a few rough spots here and there. All four guys can do crazy athletic things, but Top Flight is still young enough they’re bound to have a misstep here and there at the speed they’re working. Still very, very good. TH2 played the heels and continued to beat down Top Flight after the match until the Young Bucks ran out to make the save.

Chris Jericho & Jake Hager def. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian. MJF and Wardlow really came through for the Inner Circle this week. Daniels got clocked with the diamond ring allowing Jericho to hit the Judas Effect. Hager got the pin. After the match Scorpio Sky came out swinging a steel chair and chased them all off.

— After a recap of what happened last week, Kenny Omega made his way out first for the world title contract signing. Jon Moxley attacked him while he was in the tunnel and beat the absolute hell out of him. Moxley said in one week Omega was going to have to dig down and be the Kenny Omega everyone is always saying he can be, because it’s going to take the six-star man to put down the greatest wrestler in the world. Mox signed on the dotted line and walked out with Omega still laid out in the ring.

Hikardu Shida (c) def. Anna Jay to retain the AEW Women’s World Championship. There was a hype video beforehand that was all about how hard Anna has been working behind the scenes since her debut, and her friendship with Tay Conti taking her to the next level as an athlete. She was definitely much improved since her last big opportunity but not quite enough to beat the unbeaten champ here. After the match, Abadon made her return from injury and scared the hell out of Shida. She crawled across the ramp and licked the title belt, smearing blood all over it.

The Butcher & The Blade def. Rey Fenix & PAC. An awesome main event to cap off a night of very good matches. Eddie Kingston was on commentary trolling Tony Sciavone and thrashing Death Triangle the entire match. Fenix was about to win on the top rope when Kingston ran down and pushed him all the way to the floor. PAC went out after King, and B&B hit their finisher on Fenix to win.

— The show ended with Eddie Kingston and The Butcher & The Blade beating down the two present members of Death Triangle as commentary wondered aloud who could possibly defeat these men. Enter the “Murderhawk Monster” Lance Archer who hurled himself over the ropes to take out B&B before getting into a wild show-closing brawl with Kingston.

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