WWE Worlds Collide tournament spoilers: Full results of the tournament that streams today on WWE Network and various social media platforms (spoilers)

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following are the results of the WWE Worlds Collide tournament featuring wrestlers from NXT, NXT UK, and 205 Live. The matches were taped over multiple days at the Royal Rumble Axxess events last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Convention Center for today’s broadcast on the WWE website and WWE Network.

-Jordan Devlin won the battle royal that determined tournament seeding and earned a first round bye.

-Drew Gulak beat Mark Andrews to advance to face Devlin in the quarterfinals.

-Dominik Dijakovic beat TJP to advance to the quarterfinals.

-Keith Lee over Travis backs to advance to face Dijakovic in the quarterfinals.

-Humberto Carrillo defeated Zack Gibson to advance to the quarterfinals.

-Velveteen Dream over Tony Nese to advance to face Carrillo in the quarterfinals.

-Adam Cole beat Shane Thorne to advance to the quarterfinals.

-Tyler Bate defeated Cedric Alexander to advance to face Cole in the quarterfinals.

-Jordan Devlin defeated Drew Gulak in a quarterfinal match.

-Tyler Bate defeated Dominik Dijakovic in a quarterfinal match.

-The Velveteen Dream defeated Humberto Carrillo in a quarterfinal match.

-Adam Cole defeated Keith Lee in a quarterfinal match.

-Tyler Bate defeated Adam Cole in a semifinal match.

-Velveteen Dream defeated Jordan Devlin in a semifinal match.

-Velveteen Dream defeated Tyler Bate to win the Worlds Collide tournament.

Powell’s POV: The opening rounds will stream beginning at 11 a.m. CT/noon ET on the WWE website and app, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. The deeper rounds including the tournament final will air on a WWE Network special tonight at 7CT/8ET.

Check below for the new Pro Wrestling Boom with Jason Powell and his guest Rich Bocchini (f/k/a Rich Brennan) discussing today’s MLW SuperFight and beIN Sports live broadcast, working for Michael Cole in WWE, his trial by fire in NXT, and much more.

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