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Mitchell’s WWE 205 Live Report! (11/28/17)




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  • Noam Dar w/ Enzo Amore VS Rich Swann; Swann wins.
  • Kalisto VS Jack Gallagher w/ THE Brian Kendrick; Kalisto wins, by disqualification.
  • Mustafa Ali & Cedric Alexander VS Drew Gulak & Tony Nese; Gulak & Nese win.


A Cruiserweight Championship #1 Contender’s Series has begun!

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle is in charge of the Cruiserweight Division, so to address the concerns towards The ‘Zo Train protecting the Realest Champ in the Room, he gave equal opportunity to everyone. Last Monday’s Raw saw the first of two qualifying Fatal 4 Way matches, in which Rich Swann overcame ‘Zo Train members Noam Dar & Ariya Daivari, along with fellow Anti-Amore Cruiserweight, Akira Tozawa, to be the first man into the true #1 Contender’s match. Next Monday will see the second, what impact will tonight’s 205 Live have on who comes out to meet the Outlandish One?


Tonight marks the One Year Anniversary of 205 Live!

The Cruiserweight Division and their exclusive WWE Network series have been back for one year, may there be many more in the future!


Enzo Amore heads to the ring!

The Cruiserweight Champion is here to walk out the Scottish Supernova for his match. Wait his mic’s not working. A blessing in disguise until he and Dar enter the ring and it starts working again. Enzo reviews how last week, The ‘Zo Train “choo choo” went straight to the top. Enzo’s four were Cruiserweight Rushmore, and the Bonafide Stud puts the G in generosity. He promised a title opportunity for those who won last week, only for things to Mario Kart and ToaDar here slipped on a banana peel. But there’s still time in this race, Nese or Gulak could get things back on track. The ‘Zo Train will get a full head of steam, but Dar needs to watch out, this isn’t a game. Do a favor and don’t do Enzo a favor, just redeem yourself, which you will, or else! Dar, take Swann’s eyes, so that Swann can’t make eyes at Enzo’s boo. Swann, there’s only word to describe him! S A W F T!

Noam Dar w/ Enzo Amore VS Rich Swann!

Speaking of Mario Kart, the Outlandish One is ready to shift gears and take pole position going into that #1 Contender’s match, will Dar get run off the Rainbow Road? And speaking of that one year anniversary, it’s been about the same amount of time since Swann was the second ever New Era Cruiserweight Champion, and in an interview after winning his opportunity, Swann wonders if you can feel it? Can you taste it? #CanYouHandleIt? Swann is “oh so close” to being a two-time–that’s right, a two time–champion! The bell rings, Dar rolls out to get advice from Enzo the current two-time champion. Dar returns, he circles with Swann then gets arm control with a wristlock. He brings Swann to the mat but Swann shows off agility by doing many kip-ups before getting his own wristlock. Ropebreak gets Dar free, Enzo gives him more advice, Swann gives Dar a dropkick! Then from the apron, flying cannonball!

Dar goes down, Swann and the fans are fired up, Swann mocks Enzo with his own take on the Certified Shuffle. Back into the ring, Swann gets Dar’s arm but Dar pulls on hair to then kick a leg. Dar whips but is reversed, Swann kicks Dar’s leg until it falls out from under. Rolling Thunder Splash, TWO, Swann keeps his eyes on Dar as he picks on that bad leg. Swann climbs up, Enzo distracts, Dar gets up to sweep Swann’s legs out now. High-five from Enzo, Dar drags Swann for a cover, TWO. Dar gets his leg working before going back on Swann with a tackle, cover, TWO. Dar goes after the arm, wristlock to shoulder breaker, Swann shouts in pain as Dar then sits on a hammerlock and brings the other arm over. Swann endures this unique armlock combination while Enzo trash talks right in front of him.

Dar shifts, Swann fights out with body shots, then backs Dar down with haymakers. Swann is shoved away but comes back with a splash and back kick, but Dar dodges the front flip kick to then clobber Swann with a lariat to the back of the head, cover, TWO! Dar is getting frustrated, as is Enzo. “Who cares about your leg? Who’re you, Big Cass?” Swann fights back as Dar grabs a leg, Swann kicks Dar in that bad leg to spin him around and roll him up, TWO, Swann swings a kick that Dar ducks, so he comes back with the other leg! Dar down, Swann up and Enzo upset as Swann hits the Phoenix Splash! Swann wins! And the fact Enzo can’t even look at his ‘Zo Train protege says it all. Is The Realest Champ’s chances of staying champ dwindling before his very eyes?


Backstage interview with Kalisto.

How does the Lucha Dragon feel about having his first match since losing the title to Enzo Amore? He lost to Enzo at Survivor Series, so it’s torture to no longer be champion. But Kalisto gets up after getting knocked down, and he will fight his way back to that title, starting tonight against the Ungentlemanly Jack Gallagher!


Kalisto VS Jack Gallagher w/ THE Brian Kendrick!

The Ungentle Men that are Gallagher and Kendrick have tried to drag others down into their “cruel Winter”, but can they make the Lucha Dragon feel any worse than he already does? The bell rings, Gallagher seems to take Kalisto easy as they circle. Kalisto is wary of Kendrick before getting Gallagher in a waistlock, Gallagher backs him down for a ropebreak which is clean but disrespectful. Kalisto is ready to lash out at him, they tie up and Gallagher brings Kalisto down with a hammerlock to wristlock. Gallagher bends and tortures that arm, Kalisto gets up and cartwheels to a counter, now Gallagher is down on the mat. Gallagher gets up, reverses, fireman carry takedown, armlock and a knee on Kalisto’s head. Kendrick watches stoically as Kalisto fights to his feet. Springboard armdrag and Kalisto starts rallying with kicks to Gallagher’s legs and haymakers to the head. Gallagher is in the ropes but just gets yo-yo’d up and down for haymakers from Kalisto again and again. Kalisto climbs up but is thrown down by Gallagher, Kendrick applauds. Gallagher rains down rights before calming himself to then stomp away on Kalisto. He drags and snapmares Kalisto into a half-straitjacket, which Gallagher than puts all his weight on to squeeze Kalisto. Fans rally, Kalisto gets up, spins out but then takes a knee right to the stomach from Gallagher. Knee drop to the ribs and chest, Gallagher is making sure Kalisto can’t breathe. Whip to the ropes leads to a stiff headbutt to the chest, cover, ONE. Gallagher isn’t done, back to a straitjacket clutch, knee in Kalisto’s spine. Kalisto powers up to his feet, but can’t get away, Gallagher deepens that straitjacket stretch!

Gallagher keeps his shoulders up so it isn’t a pin on himself, Kalisto endures the bend, but then pops over and out of the hold. Gallagher runs in, Kalisto dodges, Gallagher on his feet but is rolled up into the Listo Kick! Gallagher rocked, he staggers to Kalisto at the bottom rope but gets another kick and then another kick. Kalisto springboards for a seated senton, he wants Gallagher up, runs, Spike-rana! “Lucha! Lucha!” chants begin, Kalisto takes aim, Salida Del Sol!

Kendrick slips in and attacks! Kalisto still wins but not the way he wanted as The Man with a Plan beats Kalisto down with stomps and crossface punches! Kendrick whips Kalisto with his studded jacket, then puts that jacket on Kalisto to make a real straitjacket, leaving Kalisto open to Gallagher’s Extraordinary Headbutt!

Down goes the Lucha Dragon, the Ungentle Men take their leave, has the “cruel Winter” begun again?


Hideo Itami is coming to the Cruiserweight Division.

From Japan to NXT, Itami proved to be an intense and unforgiving striker, no matter who he was up against. And now that he’s coming to 205 Live, the superstars of 205 Live are already feeling the pain. But first thing’s first, ie the Carolina Kid winning the Fatal 4 Way to then take on his friend for a chance to take out Enzo. The Pakistani Prince would like to dispute that claim, Cedric’s getting ahead of himself because Raw LA is gonna see fans chanting “Ali! Ali!” Well, Monday is Monday, tonight is a tag team match. They’re gonna make The ‘Zo Train a train wreck in the main event!


Mustafa Ali & Cedric Alexander VS Drew Gulak & Tony Nese!

Tag teams tonight but it’ll be every man for himself next Monday as these four men compete in the second qualifying Fatal 4 Way, which half of that match-up will gain themselves momentum? But before that, the Campaigning Crusader of #Drewtopia wishes to speak. Gulak and Nese are, in Enzo’s words, “Team Power Point”! A nickname so clever it doesn’t need to be explained, but Gulak will anyway. The Premier Athlete is all power, and Gulak makes good points. Their skills go together perfectly, and as members of The ‘Zo Train, they’re like the Justice League. Tony is Aquaman, Gulak is Batman. Tony disagrees but Gulak continues by saying Enzo is their Superman. Tony agrees there. Tonight, they dedicate this match to Enzo, along with a special edition of hiiiiiiiiiiiiis… POWERPOINT, PRESENTATION! Which we won’t get, because their opponents finally arrive.

Enzo is again watching backstage, to keep an eye on his ‘Zo Train. Alexander and Gulak start us off, fans chant “Power Point!”, which upsets Gulak because of his No Chant rule. He doesn’t have his sign, so maybe they didn’t know. Gulak calms down and circles with Alexander, they tie up but Alexander gets wristlock control, Gulak tries but fails to counter. Alexander keeps Gulak on the mat, Gulak gets a good reverse and break then a headbutt to Alexander’s ribs. Stiff elbow to the back from Gulak to Alexander before Gulak tags to Nese, but Nese gets caught in an armdrag and armlock. Nese powers up but Alexander directs him to his corner, Ali tags in and gives a double ax handle to the arm. Tag back to Alexander, Alexander double stomps that arm. Nese is at the mercy of Ali & Alexander, Nese pulls on Ali’s hair and gets him to a corner. The ref calls for the break, Nese dirties it up with body shots and stiff forearms. Nese does what he wants, he’s the Premier Athlete. Back chop to Ali, corner to corner whip but Ali goes up and over and Nese hits buckles before taking another arm-drag. Ali wrenches, Gulak gets into trash talk with Alexander so that Ali can’t make the tag.

Nese fights out with a mule kick, then kicks Ali while he’s down. Alexander wants the tag now, Ali gets out of the back suplex to dropkick Nese down, Ali gives him that tag but argues about how Alexander was too busy arguing with Gulak. Speaking of, this argument makes them too busy to see Nese give Gulak the tag! Alexander is still ready, he ducks, handsprings, headscissors and dropkicks Gulak, cover, TWO. Alexander brings Gulak up but Gulak revives to give him a stiff chop. Nese gets a back elbow and Gulak’s kick is blocked to get one for himself, Alexander handsprings but Nese trips him up! Alexander face plants then ends up taking a knee to the back from Gulak. Tag to Nese, Nese runs Alexander over with a back elbow of his own. Nese stomps away on Alexander, then drags him up and in, leg drop, ONE. Alexander gets to a corner but gets stomped and put in the Tree of Woe, more knees to Alexander’s stomach. Nese slows down to get himself some Full Contact Cardio!

Nese kicks while getting in his crunches, “that’s why I have these right here.” Nese brings Alexander over, tags Gulak, Gulak gives Alexander a stiff stomp before a standing powerbomb, TWO. Gulak keeps on Alexander with a modified half-crab crossface.

Alexander endures the bend, but still gets up as fans rally. Gulak tries to keep him down but Alexander fights out, Gulak holds onto the waistband but gets a forearm right to the face! Alexander crawls to Ali while Gulak crawls, but Nese decides to go right at Ali! No one home for Alexander, Gulak pounces on him from behind. Ali fights off Nese but can’t make it to Alexander, Gulak clubs away on Alexander, a chop as well. Alexander responds with a chop, Gulak gives him a kick and puts him in a chinlock. Fans rally again, Alexander feeds off it, jawbreaker breaks the hold. Tag to Nese, Nese redirects Alexander but Alexander stays on the apron to slide under and shove Nese away, tag to Ali! Ali rallies, whips but is reversed, flapjack dropkick drops Nese, a dropkick for Gulak keeps him out of the ring. Corner to corner whip reversed, Ali slides to slip out and roundhouse Nese away. Ali gets the fans going before hitting the rolling facebuster! TWO, Ali is surprised but not off focus. No Alexander to tag, again, Nese takes advantage by shoving Ali to a corner for a big forearm. Ali boots back, slips out again to climb up top, but Nese trips him up. Alexander returns, tags Ali when Nese isn’t looking, so as Nese climbs up, Alexander joins in. Nese is brought onto Alexander’s shoulders, Ali adjusts, flying crossbody electric chair combo!

Cover, Gulak breaks it up! Gulak checks on Nese before going after Ali, Ali brings him out to the floor. Alexander tags Ali in before wrecking Gulak with a dropkick. Ali brings Nese up, Nese shoves Ali into Alexander! Roll-up on Ali, Team Power Point wins!

Enzo even comes out to celebrate with them!

The ‘Zo Train has the last laugh, but Ali and Alexander argue over who is to blame for their loss. Perhaps it doesn’t matter now, it’ll be every man for himself Monday. Will the ‘Zo Train leave everyone else at the station? Or can they be derailed and completely left out of the #1 Contender’s match?


My Thoughts:

A pretty solid episode for the first anniversary of 205 Live. The fact it wasn’t treated as that big of a deal is a bit indicative of how WWE has treated their Cruiserweight Division since its return, but that’s another issue entirely. As for the actual content, a solid return for Kalisto, him going into a program against THE Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher could be both a way for Kalisto to gain an edge in his character as well as give an opening to someone else, as I feel this needs to end in a tag team match the same way Kendrick-Gallagher VS Swann-Alexander did. Kalisto could make a great team with fellow luchadors, Gran Metalik or Lince Dorado, to revive the tag team form of Lucha Dragons back from before the New Era brand split. If only WWE was allowing crossover, these tag teams could challenge The Bar or The Shield. But again, that’s another issue entirely.

Nice to see a bit of breaking down between the allegiances on both sides of the championship issue. Swann gets a solid win over Dar to keep himself strong while also making Dar out to be the caboose of the ‘Zo Train, and perhaps the first to be kicked out. On the other side, The ‘Zo Train’s “Power Point” formation stays strong to tear Ali and Alexander apart, though the chance at the singles title was doing that already. Swann is a Face, so chances are the issues between Ali and Alexander will be what gives a Heel opening to win Monday’s Fatal 4 Way, and then chances are Swann will still win to face Enzo. If Nese wins, I can already sense he and Swann can have a great match in physicality as well as aerial moves, so long as they’re allowed to go all out. It’ll be two birds one stone if they do, this is an important match, so why wouldn’t they give it 100%? And fans will see what Cruiserweights are capable of and will have reason to care about the Division.

My Score: 8/10

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Mitchell’s WWE NXT Results & Report! (9/21/21)

Is Kushida’s time up?



NXT Coverage 2021

The NXT Cruiserweight Championship takes center stage!

It may be a new era for NXT, but the Cruiserweight Championship still belongs to Kushida! Will Roderick Strong break the reign and take over the division?


  • NXT Cruiserweight Championship: KUSHIDA VS Roderick Strong w/ The Diamond Mine; Strong wins and becomes the new NXT Cruiserweight Champion.
  • Kay Lee Ray VS Amari Miller; KLR wins.
  • Dante Chen VS Trey Baxter; Chen wins.
  • Cameron Grimes VS Joe Gacy; Grimes wins.
  • Elektra Lopez w/ Legado del Fantasma VS Anna Scheer; Lopez wins.
  • 2v1 Handicap Match: Cary Millman & Darren Chiappetta VS Odyssey Jones; Jones wins.
  • Tommaso Ciampa & Bron Breakker VS Pete Dunne & Ridge Holland; win.


NXT opens with a lot of new stars in the ring.

Carmelo Hayes, Trick Williams, Odyssey Jones, Bron Breakker, Joe Gacy, Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen are waiting as the  NEW NXT Champion walks out! Tommaso Ciampa, Goldie in his arms, fires up the CWC and he joins these new guns in the ring. Fans are fired up for the champ and he says, “908 days, man, and on day 908, I reclaimed my spot at the top of the mountain and took back the title that I never lost in the first place! It has been a long, long journey,” and from neck surgery to tonight, “it was worth every damn second!” This moment here makes it worth it. Ciampa gets to say to each and every man in the ring, fan in the arena and fan at home that once again, Ciampa is YOUR NXT Champion!

Fans chant “Daddy’s Home!” but Ciampa hushes everyone. “I missed you, too.” Ciampa loves what’s going on with NXT 2.0! The energy is contagious, there are fresh faces, and fans like this, too. These young men and women are busting their asses day in and day out, ready to show the world just how damn good they are! Ciampa looks at Melo, “when Melo shoots, he don’t miss.” Odyssey Jones, Bron Breakker, the list goes on and on. Then there’s Ciampa, and we already know he is, was and always will be Mr. NXT! Now they can all give themselves a fresh coat of paint and put on “2.0” but one thing that hasn’t changed is the passion.

Ciampa looks around, Alicia is NXT, Barrett is NXT, and everyone in the ring is NXT! And of course, there’s the fans. They are the heartbeat and the soul of this place! The fans are the reason Ciampa gets to do what it is he does. Ciampa is so damn happy to have fans back and holding the title to represent this brand! With Ciampa holding the title, NXT 2.0 just became THE A-SHOW! So do Ciampa a solid: tell the world, and make them hear you and feel you, “WE ARE! N! X! T!” But here comes Cameron Grimes! “All this energy has got ol’ Cameron Grimes fired up!” And that fire will build with that championship, and he’ll go TO~ THE~ MOON~!

But Joe Gacy asks “Mr. Grimes” that as charitable that would be for Ciampa to give Grimes a shot- LA Knight interrupts. “Lemme talk to ya!” He’s looking at a heap of happy hot garbage when all the incels know they should be chanting “You Deserve It!” to Knight. But Odyssey tells Knight, “Last week, you lost twice in the same day! What’re you talking about, man? Shut up!” But here comes Pete Dunne and Ridge Holland! The Bruiserweight and Northern Grit storm right up to the ring, but they have Briggs & Jensen in their face. “So here we are, NXT 2.0. All these fresh new faces. SO let me give you all a piece of advice that I got: make a name for yourself.”

But Dunne says the problem is, he looks and sees “a bunch of geezers who are scared to throw the first punch.” Ciampa throws a forearm! And a brawl breaks out! Grimes stomps Gacy, Holland goes after Breakker, other superstars rush out to get them some! Hudson is after Trick, Grayson Waller and the Grizzled Young Veterans grab at who they can, and the ring clears aside from Breakker, Ciampa, Dunne and Holland. Ciampa ROCKS then TOSSES Dunne, Breakker does the same to Holland! The champion stands tall, as does the brightest of the new wave. Will they be the ones to give Dunne & Holland the fight they want?

Meanwhile, the women’s division is heating up backstage!

Elektra Lopez and B-Fab are jawing, but Amari Miller isn’t backing down from Kay Lee Ray! The shoving begins and turns to scrapping! Security hurries to break this up before it gets any worse, but the brawling continues in the ring, too! Breaker and Ciampa again DECK and eject Dunne & Holland, but then Breakker asks, “Where ya going?” The fans want to see this fight continue, so how about the two bitches grow balls and face Breakker & Ciampa TONIGHT?! Fans like the sound of that! Will NXT General Manager, William Regal, make it happen?


NXT Cruiserweight Championship: KUSHIDA VS Roderick Strong w/ The Diamond Mine!

The Time Splitter and the Savior of the Backbreaker have waited for this long enough, so they’re going to keep the energy of the night going by opening the card! Will the Super Junior still be champion? Or will the Diamond Mine finally strike gold?

The introductions are made, the belt is raised, and we see who cracks under the pressure!

Strong rushes in but Kushida avoids the knee. Kushida drops down to throw kicks but Strong stays just out of reach. Kushida stands back up, they tie up, fight for control, Strong blocks a takedown to get a takedown, but Kushida fights the lateral press. Strong facelocks, gator rolls, but Kushida gets a toehold. Strong fights back with a chinlock but Kushida fights free of that. Strong wants an arm but Kushida gets away and fans cheer as the two reset. They tie up with knuckle locks and have a test of strength, but Kushida gets a takedown. Strong fights the press so Kushida throws down hands. Kushida still goes in but Strong turns it around with a clinch.

They fight up, Strong headlocks and shifts, but Kushida powers up and out, only for Strong to run him over. Things speed up, Kushida hip tosses to an ARMBAR! Strong fights to get up and make it a cover, ONE! Kushida has a short arm scissor and turns it into an ARM TWIST! Kushida keeps the omoplata, gets the other arm and falls back to SNAP! Strong bails out and is furious as NXT goes to break.

NXT returns and the two clinch again. Strong knees low and puts Kushida in a corner, but Kushida kicks back. Kushida runs in after an arm but Strong turns that to an OLYMPIC- NO! Kushida arm-drags Strong away! Strong comes back but Kushida WRINGS out the arm! Strong gets to his feet, Kushida dodges him to SHOTEI! And SHOTEI! Atomic drop and a whip to a hip toss! Cartwheel basement dropkick! Fans fire up and Kushida winds up, FASTBALL! Strong is down, but he dodges the Penalty Kick to CHOP back! Kushida ends up in a corner, Strong hurries over and puts Kushida up top. Strong climbs but Kushida gets the arm for a KIMURA! FALLING ARMBAR DDT!

Fans are fired up as Kushida and Strong slowly rise. Kushida aims from the corner, PENALTY KICK to the bad arm! Strong staggers about, but he BOOTS back from the ropes! Strong hurries to bring Kushida in, BACKBREAKER, to the OLYMPIC SLAM! Cover, TWO!! Kushida is still in this and Strong grows frustrated. The Diamond Mine coaches him up, fans are rallying and dueling, Strong runs to give forearm after forearm. But the bad arm makes things worse! Kushida kicks, Strong fires off CHOP after CHOP, then another forearm! Back suplex, but Kushida arm-drags out of the slam to get the KIMURA! Not quite the Hoverboard as Strong moves around to change leverage!

But Kushida throws Strong over! Strong keeps moving, he gets up, but Kushida gets the body scissors! HOVERBOARD!! Strong is down, Bivens helps him get the ropebreak!! The ref sees it, he calls it and Kushida lets off. Kushida already suspects Bivens! The ref is busy with Bivens as Kushida runs, but the Creed Brothers drag him out! And Ivy Niles hits a SUPERWOMAN PUNCH! The brothers put Kushida back in for Strong’s KNEE! END OF HEARTACHE!! Cover, Strong wins!

Winner: Roderick Strong, by pinfall (NEW NXT Cruiserweight Champion)

The Diamond Mine might as well have all their names on that belt with all the assists Strong just got! But now that they have a taste of gold, how long until Julius, Brutus and Ivy all get something for themselves?

But wait, here comes Grayson Waller! “Hey, chill, chill. Let’s hear it for the new champ, yeah?” Waller says after what happened to his boy, Drake Maverick, he’s starting to realize that NXT 2.0 is a jungle. But if anyone was built to survive in the jungle, it was Grayson Waller. So instead of just sitting in the back and waiting, Waller’s here to take one. So what does Strong say to a match with him for the title next week? Bivens says, “How dare you interrupt the champion’s celebration?” If we’re talking next week… Oh, gotta check in with daddy first? Bivens mocks Waller’s taunt, then talks with Strong.

Decision made! Next week, Diamond Mine shows Waller why they run NXT! Will Waller be baller and make it a slam dunk on his first try?


NXT hears from Tony D’Angelo.

He talks about the years spent on the docks, watching his uncles make some handshake deals. Some “business arrangements,” if you will. The family made many investments up and down the Atlantic, and his Uncle Paulie always told Tony, “There’s two things we take seriously: business, and family.” When it comes to sports, they were dead serious. Add a new item to that list: Tony’s success in the WWE. D’Angelo is on his way, will any wise guys try to start something with him?


NXT hears from Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen.

Big bad Briggs first met Brooks at Johnathan’s Pub the same night Briggs lost in the Breakout Tournament. Briggs was just trying to blow off some steam. He got three deep when some idiot, aka Brooks, bumps into him and so they start swinging. They got black eyes, loose teeth, and there’s still some blood somewhere on the bar. Brooks’ hands are like bricks, so Briggs learned to respect him. Brooks says if you can knock him onto a pool table and beat him down off it, you’ve got his respect, too. From where these boys are from, you throw hands, shake hands, and become friends. They love to fight and love to drink.

In the 2.0 era, it doesn’t matter if it’s a street fight, bar fight or dog fight, you fight these two, you’re in for a bad night. If you start something, Briggs & Jensen are going to end it! Will they fight until they end up contending for the tag titles?


Kay Lee Ray VS Amari Miller!

The Scary Queen of Scots isn’t letting that confrontation with the new girl go, and now it’s going down in the ring! Will KLR show Amari and everyone else in the NXT Women’s Division why she was NXT UK Women’s Champion for so long?

NXT returns and Amari makes her entrance. The all star athlete from KC, MO is all smiles now, feeling the vibe, but will she learn why KLR is a killer? The bell rings, Miller dodges KLR then eggs her on as she fires forearms. KLR shoves Miller away but Miller elbows back. Miller reels KLR in for a NECKBREAKER! Cover, TWO! Miller gets KLR up and whips, but KLR reverses and ROCKS Miller with a forearm! KLR whips, dropkicks Miller down, then stomps Miller around. KLR covers, ONE! KLR drags Miller up, CLUBS her down, then gets her up again for a GOURD BUSTER! KLR scowls as she kicks Miller to a corner.

KLR eggs Miller on now, drags her up to CLUB her down again, and fans rally up. Miller throws body shots, KLR CLUBS her again. KLR brings Miller around, but Miller jawbreakers free! KLR blocks the heel kick to the Gory Especial, GORY BOMB! Cover, KLR wins!

Winner: Kay Lee Ray, by pinfall

And that is why KLR is here in NXT prime! Will she keep climbing the ranks until she’s the one facing Raquel Gonzalez for the title?


Backstage interview with Bron Breakker.

McKenzie asks Bron about his huge tag team match alongside Ciampa. How is he feeling? Oh, tonight’s huge! He’s getting in the ring with the top three guys in the world! Bron heard what Ciampa said, and those words hold a lot of weight. Ciampa walks over to say it’s sink or swim. Ready to get in the deep end, big fish? Hell yeah! Bron’s ready to kick some ass! And who better to do it with than the champ? Bron gives Ciampa a smack on the shoulder, but will he watch where his eyes drift in regards to Goldie?


Xyon Quinn walks into the CWC.

He talks with a few female superstars about their training, and they ask him the next time he’ll be in the ring. He’s hoping very soon. They note how good he looks in the ring and he thanks them. He gets the door as a gentleman, but someone tries to cut them off. Quinn has the guy wait, ladies first. Chivalry’s dead, bro. Yeah? Quinn SMASHES the guy into the door! Quinn is a gentleman but also a warrior, will this be a lesson to everyone else?


Dante Chen VS Trey Baxter!

The first Singapore superstar in the WWE makes his debut as the 2.0 era ushers in more new names! But will #AllHeart rain on the parade as he still tries to make a name for himself?

The bell rings and Chen ties up with Trey. They go around, Chen powers Trey to a corner and fans duel. Chen lets off, Trey BOOTS him and then gets around to a BACKBREAKER to HALF ‘N’ HALF! Trey hurries to a corner and up top, but Chen anchors a foot. Trey kicks at Chen but Chen holds on. Trey gets Chen to let go but has to leap over him. Chen turns around into a cradle, TWO! Chen dead lifts Trey for a SIT-OUT CRADLE DDT! Cover, Chen wins!

Winner: Dante Chen, by pinfall

Trey may be all heart but Chen won in the blink of an eye! Will this young star take NXT by storm?


NXT has a message from “Chase University.”

Andre Chase welcomes students to day one of a place of higher learning. They’ve chosen his course to get ahead in the careers. The first lesson is on Odyssey Jones and how he failed to get ahead by losing the finals of the Breakout Tournament. Roll film. Chase didn’t take kindly to Jones embarrassing him at the #InDex Wedding, but look at how embarrassing this weak cover was. Carmelo Hayes easily rolled Jones up, and there is the face of a loser. Chase teaches the fundamentals: a lateral press with all the weight on the shoulders. Lights, please, there’s a question. Didn’t Jones beat Chase in the first round?

What’s your name again? Steve. Well, Steve, who did you ever beat?! WHO THE F DID YOU EVER BEAT!? Get the F out of here! Don’t you disrespect him! Chase throws chairs around, is class going to be canceled?


NXT has a medical update on Kyle O’Reilly.

His ribs are reinjured and he will be week to week on whether or not he can compete.


NXT also has an update on Triple H!

The Game tweeted himself that he has been “blown away by the outreach and support from so many people.” HHH is recovering, doing well and so very grateful for all the love in his life, especially from the NXT crew. Also, Steph and the girls loved the snacks they sent. HHH hopes to see us soon, and we hope to see him again, too.


NXT returns and Joe Gacy is in the ring.

“Tonight, this ring is a safe space. NXT 2.0 is full of conflict, from the smallest microaggression to the most heinous grudges. This is a place where we settle our differences.” Gacy comes to us tonight with a mindset of conflict resolution, where he doesn’t need to use “male privilege” to get what he wants. Gacy understands that life isn’t fair. But he believes we can achieve unity and tolerance for us all. Gacy can be the man that will show us we can achieve peace in this safe space. That starts tonight!

Cameron Grimes VS Joe Gacy!

The Carolina Cash Money Caveman is ready to take 2.0 #ToTheMoon, but will he have to resolve this conflict he started with Gacy? Or will Gacy’s old wild man antics find their way back to the surface?

The bell rings, the two circle and grapple. Grimes gets a leg, Gacy facelocks but Grimes wrenches and has a wristlock. Gacy powers Grimes to ropes, lets off with the ropebreak, but Grimes ducks the sucker punch! Pacifist, huh? Grimes arm-drags Gacy down, grinds the armlock, and wrangles Gacy down. Gacy headscissors, Grimes kips free and says #KissMahGrits! Gacy laughs that off, but then swings on Grimes again. Grimes waistlocks but Gacy bucks the O’Conner Roll, only to run into a BOOT! Fans fire up as Grimes runs in but into a boot from Gacy! Gacy whips Grimes in, corner splashes to a BIG Urenage! Gacy works to keep his cool but fans rally for Grimes.

Gacy wraps on a chinlock, grinds Grimes down, but fans rally up behind Grimes. Grimes fights up, throws body shots, then powers out. Gacy runs in but only gets buckles, Grimes runs to rally with forearm smashes! Grimes eggs Gacy on but Gacy dodges, handsprings and LARIATS! Cover, TWO! Grimes survives and Gacy is surprised. Gacy fires up, gets Grimes up but Grimes evades the powerbomb to ROUNDHOUSE! Gacy comes back to BOOT! Grimes stays up so Gacy runs to forearm smash! Gacy keeps moving, but runs right into a CAVE-IN! Cover, Grimes wins!

Winner: Cameron Grimes, by pinfall

Gacy didn’t find peace or victory tonight and Grimes has the momentum he wants! But then Gacy stands up, and offers a handshake. Grimes says no thanks, so Gacy hugs him! Gacy leaves it at that, is he going to keep preaching conflict resolution while Grimes goes for the gold?


NXT hears from Von Wagner.

“Last week didn’t go my way. You can either bitch ‘n’ moan, or you can put in the work.” He’s an unconventional man with unconventional methods. His journey in NXT has only just begun, will this towering man find his way back up to the top of the mountain?


Elektra Lopez w/ Legado del Fantasma VS Anna Scheer!

Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde & Raul Mendoza accompany Elektra to the ring. Despite the scuffle with B-Fab in the back, that beef’s being put on the back burner for now. Will Anna be the one paying the price for the fire B-Fab’s lit inside Lopez?

The bell rings and Lopez takes her time with her jacket. She circles with Scheer, then kicks hard and CLUBS her down! Lopez CLUBS Scheer, runs and runs her over, then runs to do it again! Lopez drags Scheer up, throws her by her pigtails, then tells her, “You are nobody!” Lopez throws Scheer down by her hair, then looms over her. Lopez scoops and SLAMS Scheer, but Scheer throws forearms back! Scheer runs and leaps, but into Lopez’s arms! SWINGING SIDE SLAM! Lopez hauls Scheer back up to snap suplex! Roll through, wrench and BLUE THUNDER BOMB! Cover, Lopez wins!

Winner: Elektra Lopez, by pinfall

Scheer felt the sheer dominance of Lopez, but Escobar gets a mic to speak. “Class. Elegance. Sophistication. Fuego! And raw power to command silence and respect. And all of this under the umbrella of one word: familia!” Escobar tells Lopez that she completes Legado del Fantasma. Lopez takes the mic to speak now, saying, “What I did here tonight was just a little taste of what the First Lady of Legado del Fantasma, Elektra Lopez, La Madrina, is going to unleash on B-Fab and NXT 2.0.” Fans like the sound of that! Lopez tells B-Fab that she can keep talking, “but we all know that that’s all it is.” And if B-Fab doesn’t like, then she can get her skinny ass out to the ring!

But speaking of Hit Row, here they come! But B-Fab isn’t with the boys. She rushes in from the crowd to scrap with Lopez! Lopez turns things around but B-Fab comes back! Hit Row and Legado separate the two but fans want to “Let Them Fight!” B-Fab says it’s cool, but then she fires off on Lopez again! Hit Row and Legado get B-Fab and Lopez to back down, but this has to explode some time! When will these two finally get to have it out in the ring?


Cora Jade checks in on Trey Baxter.

She gives him a big hug and asks what’s wrong. What, she didn’t see? Well how long have they been together? He knows she still loves him. Chen came in looking like a superhero but whatever. Chin up, Trey. Then she gives him a big kiss to cheer him up. Trey does have a reason to smile, and then thinks on “superhero.” Will #AllHeart show he can be super in the 2.0 Era?


The Franky Monet Brand walks backstage.

Franky and Jessi want Rob Stone to stop jabbering as they head for Mr. Regal’s office. As they round the corner, Raquel Gonzalez is in their way. The NXT Women’s Champion says she already took care of this. They finally get their match next week. Aw, well, in that case, enjoy your last week, Chingona. La Wera Loca is ready, but then someone new walks by. She congratulates Franky on her big title match, but it won’t be as big as her talk show’s debut! Lashing Out with Lash Legend begins next week, and that is something to talk about. Wait, who and what now? Will #BougieBad feel like lashing out against Ms. Legend?


2v1 Handicap Match: Cary Millman & Darren Chiappetta VS Odyssey Jones!

Sound the alarm! Though he called out the Million Dollar Megastar, and though Andre Chase has been barking at him, Jones is more than ready to step up his game against two young and hungry opponents. Will it be a two-for-one special on squash tonight?

The bell rings, Jones is fired up and fans are fired up with him. Cary & Darren flank Jones, get an arm each, but he blocks the double whip to double shoulder tackle them! Darren & Cary regroup, coordinate, and circle with Jones again. Cary gets a leg, Darren gets a headlock, but Jones TOSSES Darren away, then drags and throws Cary! BACK SPLASH for Cary, FRONT SPLASH for Darren! Fans fire up but Chase walks out and talks trash. Jones says he’ll break Chase soon enough, but he gets Darren up first. Cary CLUBS Jones and Darren goes after the leg! They mug Jones but Jones shoves them both away! Darren & Cary come back, Jones breaks the clothesline to DOUBLE CROSSBODY!

Jones is feeling it and the fans are fired up, too! Jones gets Darren up, scoops him, and gives him a SHOUDLER BREAKER! Darren ends up in a corner but Cary jumps on for a sleeper! Jones just RAMS Cary into Darren! Jones has them both stacked on the mat, and Jones goes to the corner to climb up! DOUBLE FROG SPLASH! Cover, Jones wins!

Winner: Odyssey Jones, by pinfall

Chase may have to rethink his classes, because we just saw one be greater than two! Chase gets in with a chair, but Jones blocks it and the chair falls apart! Jones steps and Chase bails out! Will Chase’s big brain tell him that he can’t take on all that power?


Grayson Waller talks with other superstars backstage.

Baller Waller is feeling good about his chances against Strong, and they tell him these chances don’t come along very often as it is. But then Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams walk in, and Melo says he would congratulate Waller, but he wouldn’t mean it. His Breakout Tournament contract guarantees that even if Waller won the title next week, he could lose it in the same night to ya boi, Melo. So we’ll just wait and see. Right, Trick? Yeah, keeping the options open! Waller says Melo can go ahead and do that. Waller heads out, will he be ready to pull a double header just in case?

As for Melo and Trick, the #ToxicAttraction of Mandy Rose, Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne walk by to say hey. Well, damn! They fine! And…

Toxic Attraction goes to the ring!

Mandy leads the way, we’ll hear from this newest trio in the NXT Women’s Division after the break.


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Mitchell’s AEW Dark Results & Report! (9/21/21)

Never was a cloudy day~!



AEW Dark 2

Universal Studio stays Dark!

Ba-dee-ya~! September gets Dark but there are plenty of stars ready to shine! Who builds momentum going into AEW’s Grand Slam week?


  • Santana & Ortiz VS Chaos Project; win(s).
  • Joey Janela w/ Kayla Rossi VS Dillon McQueen; wins.
  • Lee Johnson & Brock Anderson VS Luke Curtis & Cameron Stewart; win.
  • Tay Conti VS Marina Tucker; wins.
  • Ryan Nemeth & Peter Avalon w/ The Wingmen VS John Silver & Alex Reynolds w/ The Dark Order; win.
  • Colt Cabana w/ The Dark Order VS JD Drake w/ The Wingmen; wins.
  • Wardlow VS JDX; wins.
  • Daniel Garcia w/ 2point0 VS Alan Angels w/ The Dark Order; wins.
  • Lance Archer VS Marcus Kross; wins.
  • The Bunny w/ Penelope Ford VS Xtina Kay; wins.
  • Six Man Tag: The Factory VS Darian Bengston, Cole Karter & Sean Maluta; win(s).
  • Eddie Kingston VS Bear Bronson; wins.
  • Big Swole VS Allie Katch; wins.
  • FTR w/ Tully Blanchard VS Stallion Rogers & Anthony Greene; win(s).


AEW is pumping up Dark again, but this is a pretty big week for them being in New York for Dynamite and Rampage and paving the way towards the anniversary and the start of “season three.” Great to see a lot of fresh match-ups just within the established roster, such as the various Dark Order matches. Garcia VS Angels is probably going to be a show stealer in and of itself. Kingston VS Bear Bronson sounds like another great one, and I like that former WWE Cruiserweights are showing up somewhere. Curt Stallion & August Grey deserved better chances than WWE’s Prick Khan gave them, so maybe Tony Khan can at least find them a place to be within the various partnerships, even if it’s with Impact or NWA.


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