Grayson Waller def. Odysseus Jones
Grayson Waller received a big surprise in the form of Jones’ Odyssey. After laughing at the fact that Dexter Loomis couldn’t compete after Waller’s attack, Jones appears to have taken over the Tormented Artist’s place.
Waller struggled to face the much larger Jones, but couldn’t match the strength he threw around the ring. Removing the protective cover, Waller used a bare lanyard to dodge a splash in the corner to send Jones facedown into a metal corner. Waller rushed into the fray with his rolling stun punch to knock out Jones by the count of three.
WALTER is back to host a six-man team match for New Year’s Evil
MSK returned to NXT 2.0 after a long and harrowing journey of self-discovery and, with the support of Shaman Riddle, called on Imperium to reclaim the NXT Tag Team titles. After Marcel Bartel and Fabian Eichner laughed at the challenge, the Ring General, WALTER himself, announced his presence to join in the humiliation.
Harland def. Andre Chase
Joe Gacy and Harland never got a response from Brian Kendrick, instead they were greeted by Andre Chase, who wanted to teach them. Chase received a monstrous choke blow and a match with Harland.
Still reeling from the choke blow, Chase was unable to stand under him and was destroyed by Harland. The referee finally put an end to the destruction and called for the match to be stopped after Harland repeatedly hitting the mat. But Harland wasn’t content with returning to the ring to grab University student Bohdy Hayward, who rolled over to rescue Chase by throwing Hayward over his shoulder and dragging him backstage.
Tiffany Stratton def. Fallon Henley
Tiffany Stratton made her big debut at NXT 2.0, quickly beating rookie friend Fallon Henley.
“The Buff Barbie Doll” made Dad proud of overpowering Henley with a body punch and then showcasing her gymnastic skills with a unique splash in the corner to set up the facebuster for 1-2-3.
The Creed Brothers demolished Trick Williams after signing contract
North American Champion Carmelo Hayes and Heavyweight Champion Roderick Strong have announced their Unification Championship match official for New Year’s Evil. The two champions signed on the dotted line, exchanging a few handy words, and just as it looked like it’s going to end without incident, Malcolm Bevens pushed The Creed Brothers into the Williams Trick.
Solo Sikoa def. Santos Escobar
Solo Sikoa was in the wrong place and at the wrong time when Santos Escobar turned his frustrations towards Electra Lopez and Xion Quinn to the “Street Champion of the Islands”, which led to their fight.
The two superstars clashed in a spectacular duel in which Sikoa defeated Escobar early on before the numbers game caught up with him. With Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde distracting his attention, Escobar was able to kick with a flying knee outside the ring to stun Sikoa.
Escobar methodically took apart Sikoa until he spotted Quinn at the ring talking to Lopez. Escobar dived out of the ring to get Quinn out, but he looked away from Sikoa, who capitalized on the powerful super kick as Escobar slipped back into the ring and then jumped off the top rope to earn the victory.
Von Wagner def. Malik Blade
Still enraged after being defeated by Edris Enofe a week ago, von Wagner unleashed his rage on Malik Blade.
Wagner passed through Blade right at the first bell, and despite Blade’s best efforts to slow the giant, Wagner threw Blade around the ring with ease. After Blade drove his spinning double bomb to win, Wagner returned to continue the punishment, but Blade was pulled out of the ring by his friend Enofe.
Raquel Gonzalez and Cora Jade def. And about Shirai And Kay Lee Rae
Raquel Gonzalez and Cora Jade have already won the match against NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose for New Year’s Evil, but they once again proved their superiority by defeating Io Shirai and Kei Lee Rei.
Four women put their bodies on the line for a chance at the championship in a thrilling and vibrant show for the NXT universe. After being isolated and attacked by Shirai and Ray, Jade was finally able to find a spot to tag Gonzalez, who bulldozed Ray through.
Big Mami Cool threw a Chingon bomb on Ray, but her momentum caused it to fall back into her corner where Jade had marked herself, much to Gonzalez’s confusion. Tag teammates bickered over the tag until Gonzalez saw Shirai climb the top rope, yank it out of the sky in the middle of a splash, and throw it out of the ring. When Jade went to cover for Ray, Gonzalez knocked her down, leading to another controversy that knocked Gonzalez out of the ring when Ray unexpectedly turned away. Gonzalez reacted quickly by sliding back into the ring, pushing Ray back and reversing the direction of the pivot so Jade was on top for a punch.