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NXT TV taping
Orlando, Florida at the University of Central Florida
Results courtesy of Jacob Cohen
Dark Match: Jeet Rams (w/Bollywood Boyz) defeated Maxx Stardom.
1. Hideo Itami defeated Kona Reeves.
2. Killian Dain over Danny Burch.
3. Heavy Machinery over two unnamed wrestlers.
4. Sonya Deville (former Daria) defeated Lacey Evans.
5. Aleister Black defeated an unnamed opponent.
6. Hideo Itami beat Roderick Strong to become No. 1 contender to the NXT Championship. Itami will challenge for the title at NXT Takeover: Chicago.
1. Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford defeated Dylan Miley and HoHo Lun. Miley destroyed Lun afterward.
2. Drew McIntyre beat Sean Maluta.
3. Kassius Ohno defeats Andrade “Cien” Almas.
4. “DIY” Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa over Tino Sabbatelli and Riddick Moss.
William Regal announced Authors of Pain vs. DIY in a ladder match for the NXT Tag Titles for NXT Takeover: Chicago.
Bobby Roode delivered a promo about facing Hideo Itami at Takeover. Itami came out and ended up hitting the GTS on Roode.
1. Asuka interrupted a battle royal to determine the No. 1 contender for the NXT Women’s Championship. Ember Moon, Ruby Riot, and Nikki Cross were the final three when Asuka attacked them. Regal announced that the three women would challenge Asuka in a four-way at Takeover.
2. NXT Tag Champions Authors of Pain beat Sanity By DQ.
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