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WWE NXT 2.0 Live Results: NXT 2.0 Updates & Highlights (16th November 2021)

Will Gonzalez get her revenge?
By Alan Jose John
Updated: 17 November 2021 09:07 IST - Published: November, 16 2021 02:01 PM IST
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This is Matt Serocki, signing off. Thanks for following along with Sportskeeda for NXT 2.0.
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Full Results for NXT 2.0, November 16th, 2021.
Tony D'Angelo defeats Dexter Lumis by pin.
Odyssey Jones/Jacket Time defeat the Diamond Mine by pin.
Cameron Grimes defeats Duke Hudson in the Poker Showdown.
Kyle O'Reilly/Von Wagner defeat Josh Briggs/Brooks Jensen by pin.
Persia Pirotta defeats two opponents by pin.
Raquel Gonzalez defeats Dakota Kai by disqualification.
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Main event result - Raquel Gonzalez defeats Dakota Kai by disqualification.
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Instead of Willy Regal making his signature announcement, Io Shirai simply ends the show by saying "WarGames"!!
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Here's a WarGames preview!!
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Cora Jade comes out to try and help, but she gets in a few shots before the numbers take over. Zoey Stark comes out on crutches, followed by Io Shirai, who takes one of the crutches. 
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Raquel goes for her finisher but Kai counters out. Gonzo hits a spinning stretch muffler before falling into the ropes. Kai counters a suplex and drags Gonzalez into the corner with the exposed buckle. Gonzalez falls face-first into it. Kai gets the shovel from under the ring. Kai swings it but Gonzo kicks her before she can use it. Raquel has the shovel but Toxic Attraction makes the save. 
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Kai is in control back from the break. The two women battle on the top turnbuckle, but Raquel regains the upper hand. Gonzo hits a fallaway slam as Kai pulls off a turnbuckle pad.
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Gonzo goes for a shoulder block with Kai in the corner, but much like her boyfriend, Braun Strowman, the ring post wins.
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Things get out of hand quickly as Kai and Gonzo fall out of the ring. Gonzo bullies Kai, including a press slam on the ring apron. Kai manages to get a few kicks in before both women return to the ring. Kai laughs as Gonzo bludgeons her in the corner. She goes around the world, whacking Kai's head on each turnbuckle.
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Main event time. Raquel clotheslines Kai right off the bat. Will Toxic Attraction interfere???
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Breakker has a short memory, as Ciampa reminds him that he already lost to the Champ. He uses some brief Steiner match to say that he's still the Champ. Give someone else a chance. Kyle O'Reilly, Dunne, Gargs again. LA Knight. There are plenty of people who SHOULD challenge Ciampa before Bron eventually gets the belt.
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Tommy Ciamps comes out to cut a promo about the new generation. He downs Carmelo Hayes for calling himself the "A Champion". Next is Grayson Waller, who insulted the veterans of the industry on Lashing Out. Before Ciampa can get out another name, Bron Breakker comes out.
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McKenzie Mitchell interviews Dakota Kai before the main event. She says she has to bury her past but can't do that until she takes care of Raquel. Toxic Attraction shows up and Kai says they owe her twice. After Kai walks off, the GYV show up to give the Women's Tag Titles back to Gigi and Jacy.
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Persia takes on two ladies whose names I missed. Persia takes care of the one formerly known as Kaci Lennox. Robert Stone waits at the entrance ramp to scout Persia. She stacks both Women on her shoulders before landing a double Samoan Drop. She then lands another move that looked like a spinning F5 for the win.
Result - Persia Pirotta defeats two women by pin.
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Ugh. Lashing Out is next. Lash calls out KLR for her walking by Toxic Attraction last week. Grayson Waller stumbles in to address the comments from LA Knight earlier in the episode. He says the game has changed from stars and journeymen veterans making their way to how many likes you can get. Unfortunately, that is what WWE wants.
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Indi and Persia Pirotta wait outside the trainer's room. They apparently have a match next, but Indi is more concerned with Dexter. Gargs is at the hospital with him, but Persia says go ahead, she's got it.
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KOR gets out of the bear hug and tags in Wagner. Wagner hits some moves, including a Flatliner. Briggs comes in to try and switch things up, but he misses. KOR hits a flying knee on Briggs off the apron. Wagner hits a spinning butterfly suplex for the win.
Result - Kyle O'Reilly/Von Wagner defeat Brooks Jensen/Josh Briggs by pin.
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Jensen neutralizes KOR, landing several strikes in the corner. He gets a near fall. He puts KOR in a bear hug, but it's a perfect position for KOR to counter with a submission. Jensen tags Briggs in, but not for long. Quick tags from the young beer drinkers.
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Jensen and KOR start things off. It's not too long before beef vs. beef as Wagner and Briggs square off. Wagner hits a flying shoulder block before tagging KOR back in.
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Up next is Brooks Jensen/Josh Briggs taking on Kyle O'Reilly and Cro Magnum Man Von Wagner.
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Grimes wins the hand but bluffed, pissing off Hudson. He attacks Grimes, powerbombs him through the poker table, and then grabs a hammer from under the ring. He puts the hammer down and grabs a pair of scissors. He cuts off some of Grimes' locks. That's the first time I've seen refs come down to stop a haircut.
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Up next is the poker showdown between Duke Hudson and Cameron Grimes. I don't care to watch poker outside of wrestling, so I'll just wait for the final showing.
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After the match, Legado Del Fantasma attacks Quinn, including a returning Santos Escobar. The three men hold Quinn while Elektra Lopez says that "no one says no to Elektra Lopez." They then slam him into the metal ground before walking off.
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Quinn goes for a move in the corner but Chase evades it. He mounts Quinn after a near fall. Chase stomps on Quinn several times. Quinn hits the required Samoan Drop that all Samoans in WWE must use. He then hits a Jackhammer for the win.
Result - Xyon Quinn defeats Andre Chase by pin.
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Andre Chase takes on Xyon Quinn next. Wade Barrett calls Quinn a "Himbo" but Beth and Vic don't agree. Not saying anything, but Quinn has a lower back tattoo. 
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MSK resumes its search for the Shaman. They are surprised that they have to go through customs and are worried about their drugs. They say the Shaman is a revolutionary of tag team wrestling. 
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GYV is Face-Timing Gibson's "Nan" but they're actually the belts belonging to Toxic Attraction.
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With the ring cleared of the Creeds, Jones hits a flying crossbody on Roddy for the pin.
Result - Jacket Time and Odyssey Jones defeat Diamond Mine.
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After dominating Kushida during the break, Jiro has a brief moment of control before falling to the size difference of the Creeds. Jiro manages to tag in the big man, and he tosses Roddy and Brutus all over the ring. Roddy hits a few kicks and then an Olympic Slam for a near fall. Jacket Time breaks up the pin. 
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Jones uses his size to control Creed. He tags Kushida in and then Jiro but Jiro misses a move. Creed tags in Brutus and he tosses Jiro. He tags Roddy in and Jiro makes it to Kushida. The Creeds try to interfere but Kushida clears them. Roddy uses that as a distraction to hit a double-hand sledgehammer to the back of the Timesplitter as we head to the commercial.
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Jacket Time and Odyssey Jones take on Diamond Mine. Roddy and Jiro start off for their respective teams. Strong chops Jones to the chest and Jones shrugs it off. Jiro tags Jones in and one of the Creeds comes in.
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Apparently, it costs $837.50 to try out for Diamond Mine. Diamond Mine hypes their six-man tag match and gets interrupted by Joe Gacy. Long story short, Gacy appreciates a common goal amongst a group. Bivens gives him his card. 
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Melo essentially says that they can both have a shot next week. Dunne calling Hayes out for saying he's "the leader of the new school" was funny because they're the same age. Dunne also said he's got 10 more years of experience than Melo.
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Gargano grabs a mic after the break and calls Carmelo back out to the ring. He is met by Peter Doone. Doone, or Dunne, says he didn't need Gargano's help last week to pin Melo. Trick mocks Dunne and Gargs and Gargs says that Trick is the guy who carries Melo's bags.
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After the match, TrickMelo blindsides Lumis. They beat him down and put his hand between a chair. Melo jumps off the top and stomps on it. Gargs comes out after the attack to stop further damage. Too little, too late Mr. Gargano.
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Tony is sent out of the ring. He grabs the easel holding a drawing by Lumis. The ref grabs it and Tony uses the distraction to poke Lumis in the eye. He hits his finisher for the win.
Result - Tony D'Angelo defeats Dexter Lumis by pin.
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Tony immediately jumps out of the ring. Dexter gives chase and Tony slides back into the ring. Dexter has some early control but D'Angelo takes over. Am I the only one who wants to throw up when Beth Phoenix talks about Lumis and Indi??
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Tony D'Angelo takes on Dexter Lumis to kick off this week of NXT 2.0. This is Matt Serocki along for the ride with ya.
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