Toxic attraction def. Io Shirai, Casey Katanzaro and Kaiden Carter
With her tag teammate injured in a toxic attraction attack, Io Shirai reluctantly teamed up with Casey Katanzaro and Kaidan Carter for a high-ranking six-woman team match.
Shirai may not love anyone, but the trio got together to punish Mandy Rose, Gigi Dolin, and Jaycee Jane.
As Carter approached the top rope for another burst, Toxic Attraction used its numbers to distract Carter before she could take off. Dolin knocked Carter off the lanyard and prepared her for a side kick and 1-2-3.
Kay Lee Ray def. Sarrey
Kei Lee Rae returned to NXT and unleashed a new level of rage on Surrey.
The Sun Warrior gave the Eternal Champion everything she could handle from the start. As Surrey lunged for his Sun Ray Dropkick, Ray rolled to the side and kneed in the jaw, causing Surrey to collapse to the floor outside the ring. Ray took the chance and destroyed Surrey with a KLR bomb on the commentator’s desk.
Ray rolled her back into the ring and added another KLR bomb before covering up for Surrey to win.
Joe Gacy def. Boa through disqualification
Boa’s new behavior was linked to a mysterious killer instinct.
After Boa hit the towbar, Boa kicked Gacy and appeared to flip a switch, grabbing Gacy and pinning him between the ropes. Boa was relentless, ignoring the referee’s five count to break the grip. It was only after Gacy was declared the winner that Boa jumped out of him and retreated back down the ladder in a daze.
Creed Brothers def. Jacket Time
The newly named tag team duo Jacket Time bumped into a brick wall in the shape of The Creed Brothers. The Creed Brothers’ strength looked overwhelming as they threw Kushida and Ikemen Jiro across the ring, but the stalwart duo fought back with their own dynamic attack.
Just as Jiro began to gain momentum, Roderick Strong sneaked in to break the ropes, causing Jiro to collapse to the floor as he tried to bounce off the ropes. Jiro jumped back into the ring and hit directly into Julius Creed’s powerful bomb behind a pin.
Diamond Mine didn’t have much time to celebrate their victory as Odyssey Jones charged the ring and emptied Strong to help turn the tide.
Cameron Grimes def. Ru Feng
Cameron Grimes’ successful streak continued on Tuesday night against Ru Feng.
Under the supervision of Duke Hudson, Grimes took Feng to the moon with a pair of huge forearms and a splash, followed by a powerful blow on the top rope for victory.
Solo Sikoa def. Grayson Waller and Los Angeles Knight
Solo Sikoa took advantage of the animosity between Grayson Waller and the LA Knight to add another win to his resume. Eager to settle their dispute in the ring, the three superstars battled back and forth as Waller and Knight joined forces to defeat the mighty Shikoa.
The bitter feud between Waller and Knight eventually spilled over into the brink when Waller placed the knight stunning.
Waller went to fetch the pin, but Shikoa grabbed him belly to belly and pushed him out of the ring before sending Knight with a thunderous burst from the top rope.
Electra Lopez def. Erica Yang
Electra Lopez quickly cracked down on Erica Yang, destroying the rookie with thunderous clotheslines and stomps before ending the match in a sit-down fight.
Pete Dunn, def. Carmelo Hayes
After Carmelo Hayes approached Pete Dunn earlier that night, The BruiserWeight showed the North American NXT Champion that he was worthy of the A Championship title.
Dunn disassembled Hayes’s knuckles and fingers, but the champion took up the challenge by throwing his own punches at the former NXT UK champion.
When Dunn went to the Bitter End, Hayes threw him with his throat into the ropes. When Dunn was disoriented, Trick Williams tried to use his shoes to knock out BruiserWeight, but was caught by Dexter Loomis, who left his seat at the commentary table. Loomis thrust Williams out with his right hand as a gloved hand emerged from under the ring to grab Hayes watching his leg.
Hayes turned to see who had grabbed him, leaving him unprotected from the Bitter End and the pinprick from Dunn’s hands.