January 14 • Kris

In-Ring Segment: Finn Bálor
Bálor says he is still NXT Champion. Bálor says Kyle O’Reilly is great but he isn’t on his level. O’Reilly stepped up and got put down. This time O’Reilly is sucking his meals through a straw. Bálor says they stopped making the cloth that he is cut from. Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan, and Danny Burch interrupt. Dunne says Bálor knows damn well what’s next. Lorcan and Burch attack Bálor. Bálor holds his own until Dunne snaps his arm on the top rope. O’Reilly hits the ring to try to make the save but he is quickly beat into the corner. Adam Cole and Roderick Strong hit the ring and chase off Dunne and Co. Bálor has a standoff with The UE before rolling out of the ring.

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic: The Undisputed Era vs. Breezango
Cole and Breeze trade shots. Breeze and Cole end in a double superkick stalemate. Strong and Fandango tag in. Strong lock Fandango in an armbar. Strong and Fandango trade submission hold. Fandango catches Strong with a leg lariat for a near fall. After the break, Cole is dumped out of the ring. Breeze tries a dive but Cole kicks him out of the air. Strong and Fandango tag in. Stong clears the ring. Strong slams Breeze on Fandango for a near fall.

Everyone lands a big move. Fandango destroys Cole with a lariat. Dunne, Burch, and Lorcan rush the ring. O’Reilly cuts them off. Dunne and Co. beat down O’Reilly. Bálor tries to make the save. Dunne and Co. slam O’Reilly’s jaw into a metal staging near the ring. Dunne sends Bálor into the post, shoulder first. Back in the ring, Fandango dives off the top into a superkick by Cole. Cole pins Fandango.

Winners- The Undisputed Era

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January 7 • Devin

NXT Championship Match: Finn Bálor vs. Kyle O’Reilly
O’Reilly lands a few strikes and focuses on Bálor’s jaw. Bálor manages to lock in a side headlock. O’Reilly reverses it into a head-scissors. O’Reilly tries a head kick but Bálor blocks it with his arm. Bálor starts to favor his arm. O’Reilly focuses his assault on Bálor’s now injured arm. O’Reilly locks Bálor in a short-arm scissors. Bálor rolls through and breaks O’Reilly’s grip. Bálor puts O’Reilly in an abdominal stretch.

O’Reilly breaks the hold by biting the middle rope to cause the break. Bálor kicks the rope as O’Reilly’s mouth is still latched on. O’Reilly is clutching at his jaw. The ringside doctor asks O’Reilly if he can continue. O’Reilly says yes. O’Reilly snaps Bálor’s arm on the top rope. The referee admonishes O’Reilly. Bálor grabs O’Reilly and chokes him using the top rope. Bálor stomps O’Reilly. O’Reilly manages a back suplex but Bálor holds on and rolls O’Reilly into the crossface. O’Reilly gets to the ropes.

Bálor grinds his forearm into O’Reilly’s jaw. Clothesline by Bálor. Bálor drives his forearm in O’Reilly’s jaw again. O’Reilly lands a knee to Bálor’s gut. O’Reilly hits a series of strikes. O’Reilly tries to lock in a double wristlock. Bálor elbows his way out of it. O’Reilly misses a knee in the corner. Bálor lands a chop in the corner. O’Reilly almost locks in a kneebar but Bálor fights out of it. O’Reilly kicks Bálor so hard he falls out of the ring. O’Reilly locks Bálor in a triangle.

Bálor tries to escape but O’Reilly turns it into a double leg heel hook. Bálor lands a straight right to O’Reilly’s jaw. O’Reilly lets go and favors his jaw again. O’Reilly’s hurt. Bálor hits 1916. Bálor transitions into the crossface again. O’Reilly hits Bálors injured arm to force Bálor to release the hold. O’Reilly runs right into the sling blade. Standing double stomp by Bálor. Bálor lands the shotgun dropkick. Bálor goes up top. O’Reilly cuts Bálor off. Superplex by O’Reilly. O’Reilly tries to float over but Bálor hooks O’Reilly’s legs for a pin. Bálor kicks out.

O’Reilly immediately hits a brainbuster. O’Reilly locks in an armbar. Bálor gets to the ropes. Bálor is busted open. Bálor hits a stiff shot to O’Reilly’s gut. Bálor puts O’Reilly in a seated abdominal stretch. O’Reilly struggles to get to the ropes. Bálor adds a crossface to the hold. With all the pressure on O’Reilly’s injured ribs and jaw, he has no choice but to tap out.

Winner and STILL NXT Champion, Finn Bálor!

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September 8 • David

NXT Title Match: Finn Balor vs. Adam Cole

We go right to the ring for tonight’s opener for the vacant NXT Title as Finn Balor makes his way out. Adam Cole is out next, by himself, as Alicia Taylor does the ring introductions. The bell rings and we get formal introductions as Cole and Balor face off in the middle of the ring. NXT General Manager William Regal hands the title over to the referee and he raises it in the air.

They lock up and Balor takes it to the corner, then breaks. They trade holds on the mat now. Balor has control but Cole goes behind. They tangle some more and Balor takes Cole back down on the mat. More back and forth and quick pin attempts on the mat. Balor takes Cole back down by a headlock. Balor with a big shoulder block for a 2 count. We get a stalemate early on as the developmental trainees cheer from behind the Plexiglas barrier. They lock up again and Cole takes Balor down, focusing on the arm. Balor turns it around and grounds Cole by his arm now. The crowd rallies. Cole ends up getting up and nailing a basement dropkick. Cole with a big right hand to the face to stagger Balor. Cole keeps control and chops Balor against the ropes. Cole catches Balor with the Ushigoroshi in the middle of the ring as we go to a picture-in-picture commercial.

Back from the break and Balor takes control and kicks Cole in the back for a 2 count. Balor rocks Cole and grounds him in the middle of the ring as the crowd rallies some. More back and forth now. Balor mounts some offense. Balor slams Cole and drops an elbow for a 2 count. Balor takes Cole to the corner and unloads with strikes. Balor stomps away as the referee stops him. Balor keeps control for another 2 count in the middle of the ring. Balor with shoulder thrusts in the corner now. Cole rocks Balor but Balor with more thrusts to the gut in the corner.

Balor takes it to the opposite corner and keeps the offense coming to Cole. Cole comes back some and nails a clothesline. Cole drops Balor with a back elbow and then a pump kick to the jaw, sending him to the mat for a pop. Cole counters a German suplex attempt and nails a kick to the head. Cole drops Balor in the middle of the ring with a Backstabber for another close 2 count. Cole charges but Balor sweeps him but misses the double stomp. They tangle and Balor hits a Slingblade. Balor charges in the corner but Cole nails a Shining Wizard for a close 2 count. The crowd chants “this is awesome!” now. Cole talks some trash to Balor while they’re both on the mat.

Cole exposes his knee but Balor takes him down and hits a double stomp to the chest for a pop. Balor stomps away on Cole while he’s down now. Cole is on the floor now. Balor with a basement dropkick from the ring to send Cole back into the barrier. Balor stomps away on the floor now. Balor sends Cole into a chair next to the timekeeper now. Balor goes back and runs to nail Cole while he’s sitting in the chair, but Cole jumps up and levels him with a big superkick. We go to another picture-in-picture commercial.

Back from the break and Cole goes to the top but Balor knocks him to the mat. Balor goes for a Coup de Grace but Cole moves. Cole superkicks the knee out. Cole with a Figure Four submission in the middle of the ring now. Balor resists and tries to make it to the ropes. He finally grabs the bottom rope to break the hold. Balor clutches his hurt knee. Cole charges as Balor gets up but Balor hits the Slingblade. Balor keeps control and hits the double dropkick into the corner. Balor goes to the top and hits Coup de Grace this time. Balor is having knee troubles but he manages to make the cover. Cole kicks out at 2.

Balor goes for 1916 but it’s countered. Cole drops Balor into another Figure Four. Balor’s shoulders go down for a 2 count but the hold is still applied. Cole drags Balor back from the ropes and we get a roll-up for 2. They stumble to their feet and Cole nails a superkick for 2. Cole with the Last Shot to the back of the head but Balor kicks out at 2. Cole shows some frustration and has a few words with the referee.

Balor blocks the Panama Sunrise. They trade counters again and Balor hits a reverse 1916. Balor slowly climbs to the top but Cole superkicks him. Cole climbs up but Balor unloads on him with elbows. Balor hits a huge super 1916 from the top and covers for the pin to win the vacant title.

Winner and New NXT Champion: Finn Balor

After the match, the music hits as Balor stands tall with the NXT Title. We go to replays. Balor posses in the smoke at the entrance, with the NXT Title wrapped around his waist. He points his guns at the camera as the celebration continues.

The camera goes backstage to see Triple H, William Regal and various NXT Superstars congratulating new NXT Champion Finn Balor. Adam Cole also walks up and they have a “too sweet” moment. A camera man interviews Balor and he says this is the reason he came back to NXT.

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September 1 • Devin

The next NXT Champion will be decided in historic fashion.

Finn Bálor, Tommaso Ciampa, Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano will clash tonight on NXT Super Tuesday in the first-ever, 4-Way 60-minute Iron Man Match.

The Superstar who scores the most pinfalls and submissions in 60 minutes will be crowned the new NXT Champion.

Karrion Kross fought through a separated shoulder to defeat Keith Lee for the NXT Title at NXT TakeOver XXX, but he has been forced to relinquish the championship due to the severity of the injury.

After conferring with Triple H, Shawn Michaels and other members of NXT management, NXT General Manager William Regal announced the decision for this match to take place as a result.

All four Superstars are former NXT Champions and among the best NXT Champions in the history of the black-and-gold brand.

Bálor has enforced his will since returning to NXT last fall, adding to his nearly spotless TakeOver record with victories over Matt Riddle, Damian Priest and Timothy Thatcher. But championship gold has eluded him so far. Can The Prince capture NXT’s top prize for the first time in more than four years?

If anyone understands Kross’ misfortune, it’s Ciampa, who also had to surrender “Goldie” two years ago due to a neck injury amid a dominant reign. Ciampa returned to NXT for the first time in two months Wednesday night, obliterating Jake Atlas in one-on-one action. The Blackheart has proven to be almost unbeatable when he’s on top of his game.

Cole overcame challengers of all shapes and sizes while putting together the longest NXT Champion reign in history, which only ended less than two months ago after a classic battle with Keith Lee. After knocking off the brash Pat McAfee at NXT TakeOver XXX, can the leader of The Undisputed ERA regain his gold?

No man in this bout has changed as much in recent months as Gargano. Subscribing to what he hails as “The Johnny Gargano Way,” Johnny Wrestling has eschewed the adoration of the NXT Universe after insisting that the black-and-gold brand rewards bad behavior. Will Gargano prove himself right and ride his new attitude toward another title reign?

Which Superstar will become a two-time NXT Champion? Tune in to USA Network tonight at 8/7 C!

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August 22 • David

Finn Balor vs. Timothy Thatcher

We go right to the ring as Finn Balor makes his way to the ring. Timothy Thatcher is out next.

The bell rings and Balor unloads in the corner. Thatcher takes Balor to the mat and grounds him. Thatcher with open-hand strikes on the mat. Thatcher tries for an armbar but Balor turns it around on the mat with an armbar attempt of his own. They continue tangling on the mat. They get back up and Balor works on the arm. Thatcher keeps fighting. More back and forth now. Thatcher controls Balor with a front face lock now. Thatcher with a big shot to the chest against the ropes.

Thatcher keeps Balor locked in in the middle of the ring as the crowd rallies. Balor counters and sends Thatcher over the top rope to the floor. Thatcher comes right back in but Balor stomps away as the referee warns him. Thatcher takes Balor down by the leg and controls him, bending the knee and ankle. Balor ends up grabbing the bottom rope to break it up.

Thatcher decks Balor and drives a big knee to the ribs. Thatcher with another submission on the leg and neck now. Thatcher with a Bow & Arrow submission. Balor tries for a pin attempt but it’s broken and Thatcher keeps control from his feet now. Balor jumps up and rocks Thatcher. Balor keeps bringing it but Thatcher takes him right down into a Kimura in the middle of the ring.

They tangle on the mat some more but Thatcher keeps focusing on the arm. Thatcher with a knee into the back now. Thatcher grounds Balor as the crowd tries to rally for him. Thatcher with another big knee. Thatcher clubs on Balor and drives another knee. Thatcher with a double Chicken Wing on his feet now. Balor counters and drops Thatcher into a 2 count. Thatcher keeps control of Balor. They tangle some more and Balor hits the basement dropkick to the face. The crowd rallies as Balor decks Thatcher. They trade big strikes in the middle of the ring.

Thatcher with a huge chop to the chest. Balor with an overhead kick out of nowhere and they both go down in the middle of the ring. Balor chops Thatcher in the corner, and another across the ring. Balor charges for a Slingblade but it’s blocked. Balor drops Thatcher by blocking a submission, then stomps on his chest for a pop. Balor grounds Thatcher now. More back and forth on their feet now. Thatcher avoids a 1916. Balor with an abdominal stretch now. Balor drops Thatcher with the inverted DDT but Thatcher kicks out at 2. Balor dropkicks Thatcher into the turnbuckles. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Thatcher moves and Balor’s left leg goes out. Thatcher looks to capitalize and applies the single-leg Crab in the middle of the ring. Balor finally makes it to the bottom rope and breaks the hold.

Thatcher pulls him back and kicks him in the back while holding him by the leg. Balor turns it around and kicks Thatcher in the ribs. Thatcher comes right back with a kick to the head. Thatcher with a German suplex. They tangle in the middle of the ring and Balor rolls Thatcher for 2. Balor comes right back with another submission in the middle of the ring. Thatcher is wide-eyed with an ankle lock in the middle of the ring. Balor rolls through and stomps Thatcher in the chest. They get up and Balor ducks a swing. Balor takes Thatcher back down and goes to the top for Coup de Grace. Balor nails it this time but Balor’s leg gave him trouble and Thatcher isn’t all the way down. Balor follows up with the 1916 DDT for the pin to win.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Balor sits up and Thatcher rolls over as the music hits. We go to replays. Balor climbs to the turnbuckles and poses.

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