WWE NXT Results – 9/4/19 (Adam Cole defends the NXT Championship against Jordan Myles)

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WWE NXT Results 7/4/18
WWE NXT Results
September 4, 2019
Winter Park, Florida
Commentary: Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness, and Beth Phoenix
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

A video kicks off the show highlighting Jordan Myles winning the NXT Breakout Tournament and challenging Adam Cole for the NXT Championship.

The NXT video plays, and we go into the arena at Full Sail University to see Breezango.

Breezango vs. Matt Martel and Chase Parker

Fandango will start against Matt Martel. They lock up, and Martel puts him in the corner before stomping him. Martel wrenches the arm, and Chase Parker tags in. Parker punches Fandango before having a whip reversed on him. Parker goes for a sunset flip, but Fandango fights it and gyrates before hitting a leg drop. Tyler Breeze is tagged in, and he hits a snap suplex for a one count. Breeze sends Parker into the ropes for a forearm. Breeze puts him in the corner for a flying forearm. Breeze then lounges in the corner. Breeze sidesteps Parker, but Parker elbows him. Martel tags in, but Breeze levels him with a dropkick before connecting with an arm drag. Martel fights out and tags Parker in. Martel sends Breeze face-first into Parker’s knee. Parker applies a wristlock, but Breeze fights up. Breeze knocks Martel off the apron before hitting Parker with an enzuigiri. Parker quickly grabs the ankle, and Martel grabs Parker to drag him back further. Parker then applies an arm bar to Breeze. Breeze escapes and tags in Fandango.

Fandango hits Parker with some clotheslines and chops before sending him int othe ropes for a scoop powerslam. Martel runs in, but he’s greeted with a scoop powerslam as well. Fandango hits Parker with a falcon arrow. Breeze tags in, and Fandango quickly tags back in. They hit the Fashion Faux Pas (catapult backbreaker/elbow drop combo) for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Breezango

Mike’s Thoughts: Quick tag team match to highlight the team of Breezango. They’ve looked very good since Fandango returned last month.

Footage is shown from earlier today of Jordan Myles arriving at the arena with Keith Lee. Myles says he’s nervous. Lee says he should have all the confidence in the world.

NXT North American Champion Velveteen Dream takes on Kona Reeves in a non-title match, next.

We quickly go backstage to see Io Shirai attacking Candice LeRae with a kendo stick. Referees quickly break it up.

-Commercial Break-

Footage is shown of Cameron Grimes flipping out that he didn’t win the NXT Breakout Tournament. All he wanted was to go straight to the top of NXT. Now he’s at the bottom. His goal is to try to get back to the top. Grimes wants more than a number one contendership. His goal is to be the champion. Grimes says it over and over again before putting his hat on.

Velveteen Dream vs. Kona Reeves

They lock up, but Reeves powers him to the corner and talks some trash. Reeves again gets him in the corner, but Dream shoves him and poses. Reeves sends him into the ropes, leapfrogs him twice, but Dream comes back with a dropkick. Reeves reverses a whip to the corner, but Dream knocks him back. Dream quickly gets hung up on the top rope, and Reeves clubs him down. Reeves kicks him in the face, and Dream is down. Dream punches him, but Reeves knocks him to the apron. Reeves pulls the hair, but he’s admonished by the referee. Reeves hits the ropes and boots him in the face. Reeves continues to talk trash and grabs the arm. Dream gets to a knee, but Reeves punches him down. Dream fires off some right hands and takes him down. Reeves knocks him to the ropes and counters a sunset flip into a cover. Reeves grabs the ropes, but he’s caught. Dream taunts Reeves and hits the Dream Valley Driver for the win.

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Winner by Pinfall: Velveteen Dream

Velveteen Dream poses on the turnbuckle with the NXT North American Championship. Roderick Strong appears on the scream. Strong says he’s ready for a one-on-one experience with Velveteen Dream. Does Dream really think he can beat him? Strong then shows Dream’s couch on fire and asks if he has his attention now. Dream looks furious.

Mike’s Thoughts: My only thought during this entire match was Kona Reeves really needs to learn to slow down and let his work breathe. Good angle with Roderick Strong burning the couch and challenging Dream to a match. Could be a good first match on the USA Network debut in two weeks.

-Commercial Break-

Video Package: Rhea Ripley steps up to Shayna Baszler last week on NXT.

Shayna Baszler will take on Rhea Ripley next week on NXT.

Taynara Conti vs. Bianca Belair

They lock up, and Belair pushes her to the corner before giving a clean break. They lock up again, and Belair once again pushes her to the corner. Conti then shoves her. Conti takes her down and covers for a two count. Conti knees her back and goes for an arm bar, but Belair powers her up. Conti still manages to roll her up for a two count. Belair hits a pair of shoulder blocks for a two count. Belair attacks, backflips over her, and dropkicks her to the corner. Conti sidesteps her and goes for a monkey flip, but Belair lands on her feet. Belair charges, but Conti counters with a drop-toe-hold into the turnbuckle. Conti rakes the face on the ropes before kicking the arm for a near fall. Conti applies a chin lock, but Belair fights up. Conti takes her down, but Belair rolls her up for a two count. Conti quickly comes back with a bicycle kick for a near fall. Conti cannot believe it and punches away at Belair. Conti looks furious. Conti hits a pair of running knees in the corner and knees her in the face. Conti chokes her on the ropes, and Belair falls to the floor. Conti goes for a cross-body off the apron, but Belair catches her and hits a fallaway slam on the floor!

Belair grabs her arm in pain. The referee is counting them out, but they both get back in the ring at the count of nine. Belair hits a facebuster and a handspring moonsault. Conti gets out of a move, but Belair comes back with a big forearm. Belair connects with a K.O.D. for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Bianca Belair

Mike’s Thoughts: Good showing for both women. Belair looked good with her power moves and even did well on the sell. Taynara Conti has a ton of potential to be a player on the brand. I was impressed with what she was doing.

NXT Champion Adam Cole is shown warming up backstage. He’ll face Jordan Myles with the title on the line, next.

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-Commercial Break-

Johnny Gargano will address his future on NXT next week.

NXT General Manager William Regal is in his office. In two weeks on this show, there will be a #1 Contender’s Triple Threat Match. The winner will face Shayna Baszler for the NXT Women’s Championship. The contestants will be Mia Yim, Bianca Belair, and Io Shirai.

NXT Championship
Jordan Myles vs. Adam Cole (c)

They lock up, and Cole quickly puts him in the corner and gives a clean break. Cole talks down to him before applying a waistlock and connecting with a headlock takeover. Cole cinches it in, but Myles fights up. Myles whips him off, but Cole shoulder blocks him down. Cole hits the ropes, but puts the brakes on when Myles goes for a leapfrog. Cole then takes him down with another headlock takeover. Myles fights up from the headlock. Cole sends him to the corner and avoids a slingshot before hitting another headlock takeover. Cole is acting very confident. Myles whips him off and finally connects with a hip toss before applying an arm bar. Cole fights up and tries to sling him off, but Myles holds on and twists the arm. Cole quickly backs him to the corner to get out. Cole then stomps him. Cole sends him to the corner, but Myles slingshots over him, rolls under a clothesline, and dropkicks him. Cole rolls out of the ring to recover. Myles goes to the apron for a kick, but Cole sidesteps it and sweeps the feet. Cole then viciously sends him into the ring post.

Cole gets him in the ring and puts him in the corner. Cole stomps him down in the corner before whipping him hard into the corner. Myles collapses to the mat, and Cole is looking very proud now. Myles fights back, but Cole wildly sends him face-first into the ropes, and Myles whiplashes to the mat. Cole stomps him and takes him down before hitting a knee to the back of the neck. Cole punches away at him and applies a head-scissor submission. Myles quickly rolls to the ropes to break it up. Cole says Myles doesn’t deserve the NXT Championship. Cole shoves him a few times and tells Myles to give him his best. Myles shoves him, and Cole punches him in the face. They trade punches before Myles jabs away at him. Myles hits a pair of running forearms, does a backflip, trips the legs, and dropkicks him out of the ring. Myles then hits the Thunder Dolphin plancha. Myles gets him in the ring and hits a top rope cross-body block for a near fall.

Myles applies a waistlock, but Cole gets out. Myles avoids an enzuigiri and hits a nice deadlift German Suplex for a near fall. Cole quickly gets out of the ring. Myles hits the ropes for a plancha, but Cole gets in the ring and lays him out with a Corona Kick for a near fall. Cole lifts him up, but Myles elbows out. Cole catches him with an enzuigiri and a backstabber for a near fall. Cole sets up for a Panama Sunrise, but Myles avoids it. Myles goes to the second rope, but Cole superkicks the leg. Myles falls to the mat in pain. Cole then applies the Figure Four Leglock. Myles fights through the pain to get to the bottom rope. Cole gets him on the top rope and goes for a superplex, but Myles fights him off. Myles comes off the top rope, but Cole bicycle him out of mid-air! Cole follows up with an Ushigoroshi, but Myles kicks out! Cole cannot believe it.

Myles gets to his feet and sidesteps Cole to put him on the apron. Myles dropkicks him to the floor before getting on the apron and delivering a penalty kick. Myles gets him in the ring, but Cole immediately rolls out. Myles connects with a suicide dive, gets him in the ring, and hits a frog splash for a near fall! The crowd gives Myles a nice hand. Myles goes to the top rope for a Midnight Star 450 Splash, but he lands on his feet when Cole moves. Myles quickly kicks the legs and kicks him in the face. Myles goes to the top rope for a Midnight Star 450 Splash, but Cole gets the knees up. Cole goes for a Last Shot, but Myles kicks him away and rolls him up for a near fall. Myles goes for a slingshot move, but Cole superkicks him. Cole kicks him again and follows up with the Last Shot for the win!

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Winner and still NXT Champion: Adam Cole

Adam Cole celebrates with the NXT Championship and kisses it while going up the ramp. Jordan Myles comes to and watches Cole leave. Myles goes to the back while the crowd chants his name.

Mike’s Thoughts: Really awesome match with Adam Cole and Jordan Myles. What a fantastic story to tell of this breakout star going against an established veteran and champion. The first part was all Adam Cole showing up the rookie with the rookie obviously having a lot of nerves. Then the rookie made a little comeback and stunned the champion. The champion takes over, but the rookie shows some spunk by kicking out. The rookie runs wild for a bit before the crafty champion finds an opening to pick up the win. The champion celebrates, but the rookie wins the respect of the crowd. Tremendous story to tell and both men told it expertly.

The first half of the show was mostly showcase matches, but they were all fine. The main event was absolutely awesome. Simple story, but told with unbelievable precision. I really enjoyed watching tonight’s show. I hope it stays this way after the move to the USA Network.


Quick Match Results

— Breezango def. Matt Martel and Chase Parker
— Velveteen Dream def. Kona Reeves (non-title)
— Bianca Belair def. Taynara Conti
— Adam Cole def. Jordan Myles to retain the NXT Championship

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