May 25 • David

Back from the break and we get a plug for WWE’s return to touring in July. We see video from earlier today with Finn Balor arriving to the venue. The announcers hype tonight’s main event.

We see Finn Balor warming up backstage. Back to commercial.

NXT Title Match: Finn Balor vs. Karrion Kross

We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event as Finn Balor comes out to a pop. Barrett calls this the biggest rematch NXT has ever seen. Out next comes NXT Champion Karrion Kross with Scarlett. Balor stares from the top turnbuckle as Kross and Scarlett do their entrance. Kross and Balor meet in the middle of the ring for formal ring introductions from Taylor.

The bell hits and they size each other up. Balor with kick attempts. Balor with a headlock to start. Kross levels Balor with a shoulder block. Balor with a strike but Kross drives a big knee to the gut. Balor comes right back at it after Kross tries to toss him trough the ropes. Balor dropkicks the leg and looks to keep control, frustrating Kross. Kross regroups with Scarlett at ringside as we go to a picture-in-picture commercial.

Back from the break and Balor has Kross down, working on his arm. Kross fight up and slams Balor in the middle of the ring. Kross send Balor into the corner head-first to the turnbuckle. Kross keeps control and nails a running clothesline in the corner, a back elbow, then a short clothesline in the corner to drop Balor as Scarlett cheers him on. Kross launches Balor over his head. Kross smiles as he stalks Balor, keeping him down and stomping again. Kross grounds Balor with another hold. Balor breaks free but Kross decks him and clubs him to the mat. Balor ducks a clothesline and applies the abdominal stretch, forcing Kross to scream out.

Balor unloads and focuses on the lower back for a quick pin attempt. Balor attacks in the corner and works Kross over with more forearms. Kross turns it right around and delivers shoulder thrusts in the corner as the referee warns him. Kross turns Balor around and delivers shoulder thrusts to the lower back. Kross levels Balor, sending him face-first into the turnbuckles and Balor goes down now. Kross launches Balor across the ring with ease, from one corner to the other. Kross with a big German suplex to launch Balor across the ring. Balor counters a slam attempt and takes Kross down to the mat into a Crossface submission. Kross resists and Balor delivers kicks.

Balor rolls through with a double stomp to the chest. Balor keeps control from corner to corner now. Balor chops away and delivers thrusts in the corner as the referee warns him, allowing Kross to deck him and turn it right back around. Kross tosses Balor to the floor. Balor turns it around on the outside, trapping Kross in the ring apron cover and unloading on him. Kross gets free but Balor nails a running punt kick from the apron. Balor is down on the apron looking up while Kross is down on the outside. We go to commercial.

Kross continues to dominate throughout the break after some offense by Balor. Kross with a suplex in the middle of the ring. Balor fights back in the middle of the ring and nails a suplex but Kross comes back with a bridge of his own for 2. They trade counters and Balor nails the basement dropkick. Back from the break and Balor is getting up first as fans rally. They trade rights and lefts now. Kross scoops Balor and rams him into the turnbuckles, then across the ring into the other turnbuckles, then a running powerslam in the middle of the ring. Balor kicks out at 2.

Balor rocks Kross as he tries to recover. Balor keeps fighting. More back and forth. Balor with a Slingblade but Kross kicks out at 1. Balor drops Kross and nails another double stomp but Kross pulls him into a Straitjacket submission in the middle of the ring. The referee checks on Balor but he finally gets to the bottom rope to break the hold. Balor is down and out as Kross sits up.

Kross tosses Balor out of the ring. Kross follows and slams the back of Balor’s head into the Plexiglas barrier several times. Kross lifts Balor into the powerbomb position, then drives him into the Plexiglas with another power move. Kross brings Balor back in before the 10 count. Balor turns a powerbomb attempt into a big DDT in the middle of the ring. Balor with a Slingblade. Balor clotheslines Kross over the top rope to the floor. Balor runs and leaps out, taking Kross down at ringside for a big pop. Kross gets right up and the crowd is shocked. Kross grabs Balor from behind and drives him down on top of the announce table.

Fans chant “this is awesome!” now as the referee keeps counting. Kross rolls Balor back in at the 8 count. Kross enters but Balor meets him with offense. Balor drops Kross and delivers another double stomp as fans try to rally for him. Kross gets up but Balor nails the running dropkick into the corner. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Kross rolls out of the way. Balor lands hard on his feet. Kross rams Balor into the turnbuckles, then nails another German suplex. Kross yells out as some fans boo.

Kross picks Balor up and delivers a stiff Doomsday Saito suplex. Kross gets back up and stands tall for a few more boos. Kross waits for Balor to get up. Kross charges with the forearm strike but Balor takes him down for a quick pin attempt. Balor with the abdominal stretch to bring Kross to the mat. Kross powers out on the mat, mounting Balor’s back and beating on the back of his head with strikes. Balor turns it over and delivers forearms to the back of Kross’ head now. They break and the referee checks on them. Fans rally for Balor. Kross sits up and Scarlett talks to him. Balor grabs Kross from behind and drops back with a Sleeper hold applied. Balor drives heel kicks into Kross while keeping the Sleeper locked in on the mat.

Balor turns it into a Triangle in the middle of the ring now. Kross starts fading out but now he’s powering up to his feet. Kross powers up and drops Balor with a big powerbomb in the middle of the ring. Balor and Kross get up at the same time but Kross nails a clothesline. Kross with a big strike in the corner, then a forearm to the back of the head. Kross drops Balor and stomps away as the referee warns him now. Kross applies the choke from behind and Balor starts to fade. The referee calls the match.

Winner: Karrion Kross

After the match, Kross stands tall and Scarlett joins him in the ring as the music hits. We go to replays. Kross and Scarlett pose with the title in the middle of ring, hovering over Balor. Balor finally wakes up and starts to recover as Kross and Scarlett look on. NXT goes off the air.

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May 4 • David

We see footage of Finn Balor arriving to the building earlier today. Back to commercial.

We go back to the ring and out comes NXT Champion Karrion Kross with Scarlett. They do their unique entrance and Kross ends it by pounding on his chest as the crowd responds with a mixed reaction.

Kross says he made it crystal clear three weeks ago – all you have to do is step up and roll the dice. Instead he was met with people saying they’re not afraid of him. Well Kross isn’t afraid of them either. Now that we’ve established that, what are we waiting for? Kross says let’s give the people what they want, a fight. That’s how this works, he’s the NXT Champion and doesn’t have to go prove himself to anyone, they have to come to him. Kross says he’s going to dive bomb Austin Theory on his head next week, and leave him face-down unconscious and for anybody else that’s still… the music interrupts and out comes Kyle O’Reilly.

O’Reilly takes a mic and says he gets it, he gets why Kross thinks everyone should be afraid. Sheer dominance, right? O’Reilly says he’s sensing a little hostility so he’s going to make this clear. He came out here to tell Kross to his face that he’s not afraid, and with all due respect, Kross is the NXT Champion so this is the match O’Reilly wants. O’Reilly says something tells him this is the match Kross wants also, so let’s give the WWE Universe… the music interrupts and out comes Pete Dunne to boos.

Dunne doesn’t care who wants to see this match and he doesn’t care about the new Kyle O’Reilly, and he doesn’t care that Kross stands here as NXT Champion because the truth is Dunne is the baddest man in NXT. He challenges Kross and O’Reilly to try and prove him wrong. Dunne throws the mic down and stares at them but the music interrupts and out comes Finn Balor making his return.

Balor says he’s been there and done that on Dunne and O’Reilly, twice for O’Reilly. Balor addresses Kross and says once he’s done with Theory… Balor stops speaking and quickly decks him. Kross eats it and levels Balor with a forearm. Dunne decks O’Reilly and then ends up attacking Kross from behind but Kross dumps him over the top rope. Balor fights Kross but Kross fights him off. Kross fights O’Reilly off next. Balor with the running dropkick to Kross in the corner, sending him into O’Reilly. Kross and Balor continue brawling as security takes O’Reilly away.

Security tries to go in the ring but Balor and Kross fight them off as well. Kross levels one guard with a Doomsday Saito suplex. Security backs Balor up the ramp, telling him he has to go to the back. Kross raises the NXT Title in the ring as Balor stares him down. Theory and NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano attack Kross from behind but he fights them off. Kross launches Theory with a Doomsday but Gargano then superkicks him. Kross grabs Gargano by his throat but Theory makes the save. Kross takes a double superkick next as fans boo. Gargano charges with a belt shot to the face of Kross now as the boos get louder. Gargano and Theory make their exits as we go to commercial.

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April 1 • Kris

NXT Champion Finn Balor checks in with a pre-recorded promo. He talks while we see him training at the WWE Performance Center. Balor says he doesn’t gas out and Karrion Kross may try to dictate the pace of their match, but that’s fine because the longer it goes, the better for him. Balor warns Kross that there will be no fairy tale ending at Takeover because he will leave still as champion.

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March 25 • Kris

Kross grabs a mic and says he’s going to destroy Finn Bálor. Bálor walks down to the ring. Bálor stands over Lorcan, who is laid out by the ramp. Bálor steps over Lorcan. Bálor says Kross showed him his weakness last week. Bálor didn’t become who he is today until he cut off his emotions. Kross still fights with emotion. That makes Kross vulnerable. Bálor is going to push Kross to the brink. Bálor thinks that at TakeOver, Kross’ emotions will get the better of him. Bálor is going to drag Kross into the deep water and drown him, with no emotion.

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March 11 • Kris

NXT Championship Match: Finn Bálor (c) vs Adam Cole
Cole and Bálor tear into each other. Bálor traps Cole in a side headlock. Cole escapes and locks in a headlock of his own. Bálor escapes and almost walks into a superkick from Cole. After the break, Bálor rolls through a sunset flip attempt by Cole and nails him with a dropkick. Bálor drops Cole with a dropkick to the knee. Bálor lights Cole up with chop after chop. Bálor hits a knee breaker. Double leg by Bálor. Bálor double stomps Cole. Cole surprises Bálor with an enziguri. Bálor reverses Cole suplex into the final cut. Cole kicks out. After getting tangled up with the referee, Cole boots Bálor in the face. Cole separates the ring steps to drop Bálor on them. Bálor counters yet again and suplexes Cole on the metal ramp. After the break, Cole counters Bálor’s suplex with the Ushigoroshi. Cole misses the Panama Sunrise.

Bálor lands the John Woo dropkick. Cole avoids Bálor’s double stomp. Cole superkicks Bálor. Bálor kicks out. Cole puts Bálor in a crossface. Bálor almost makes it to the ropes but Cole rolls Bálor back to the center of the ring. Bálor almost reverses it into a submission of his own. Cole somehow manages to turn it back into the crossface. Bálor makes it to the ropes. Bálor turns Cole inside out with a lariat. Cole flips out of 1916. Cole superkicks Bálor in the knee. Cole lands the Last Shot. Bálor kicks out. Cole crawls to the corner to set up another Panama Sunrise. Cole hits it. Bálor kicks out! Cole is stunned. Cole tries another Last Shot but Bálor sends Cole out of the ring. Kyle O’Reilly appears in the crowd. While Cole is distracted, Bálor flattens him with a dive over the top. Bálor hits 1916 out on the floor as he stares at O’Reilly. Bálor hits the Coup de grâce for the win.

Winner and STILL NXT Champion, Finn Bálor!

O’Reilly gets in the ring. Cole begs off. O’Reilly rips the Undisputed Era armband off of Cole. O’Reilly beats the crap out of Cole. The referee tries to pull O’Reilly back but O’Reilly sends the referee flying. O’Reilly tries to brainbuster Cole on the ring steps but a bunch of referees make the save. As Bálor is standing in the ring, he says “what took you so long?” Bálor turns around and Karrion Kross is standing there. Kross and Bálor go nose-to-nose as we fade to black.

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