Strong goes for a cover but it's broken up as a huge melee breaks out. It ends as Nikki Cross hits a head scissors on Dillinger behind the referee's back and dumps him out of the ring. Meanwhile, Killian Dane hits a massive spear on Roderick Strong before Eric Young covers him for the 3-count. the numbers game was too much for them in the end.
SANITY def. Tye Dillinger, No Way Jose and Roderick Strong
Wolfe hits Dillinger with a sidekick before tagging in Killian Dane. The big man stomps the hell out of Dillinger before grabbing him by the hair and tagging in Wolfe. The duo double-team Dillinger before Wolfe covers him for a 2-count. The fans are chanting "Let's go Tye" as Dillinger obliges and hits a back suplex to tag in Roddy.
Jose greets Young with a series of stiff chops before hitting a back body drop and tagging in Strong. Young powers Strong into SANITY's corner as Wolfe tagged himself in. Strong welcomed Wolfe with a massive jumping heel kick before tagging the "Perfect 10" back in.
Roode continued that he beat and embarrassed Nakamura at TakeOver: San Antonio which was the single greatest moment in NXT history. He finishes off by saying "I am THE champion". Roode adds that it is no longer "We are NXT" because it was now his NXT.
Roode continues to address Nakamura - the man who ran roughshod through Japan for a decade before defeating everyone in NXT from Balor and Zayn to Samoa Joe. Roode finished his point by saying that Nakamura beat everyone except him.
Bobby Roode gets a loud reception mixed in with a smattering of boos. He rubs it into the crowd that he'd guaranteed a win at NXT TakeOver: San Antonio. He added that this proved that he was on a different level.
As the Authors of Pain are walking back, The Revival jump them from behind. They land a few blows before running away and that doesn't look like a good idea in hindsight. All it did was piss off these two behemoths.
The Revival cut a promo after the match saying that they carried the NXT Tag-Team Division on their backs and DIY didn't deserve to be champions. They continue by challenging the new NXT Tag-Team Champions at NXT TakeOver: Orlando.
Knight chases Wilder out of the ring. Wilder runs out before leading the big man back into the ring as Dawson hit him with a huge DDT for the win over the repackaged Heavy Machinery. The Revival def. Heavy Machinery
Knight and Dash Wilder stat us off. Dash attempts multiple shoulder takedowns but can't even move Tucker Knight. Knight picks up Dash Wilder and tosses him to Dozovic who catches him. Dawson distracts the referee as Wilder bites Dozovic in the face before making a tag.
NXT Champion Bobby Roode to throw a glorious celebration
There’s a new NXT Champion, and his name is Bobby Roode. The NXT Universe will revel in Roode’s greatness tonight, when the titleholder holds a glorious celebration for his memorable title victory over Shinsuke Nakamura.Roode managed to overcome The King of Strong Style at TakeOver: San Antonio in a classic showdown that still has fans talking.
When Roode made his NXT debut last August, he promised to make the brand glorious. Now that the decorated grappler has done just that, what does Roode being NXT Champion mean for the rest of the locker room? And what exactly does the new champion have in store for his glorious celebration? Nigel McGuinness makes his NXT announcing debut
When the NXT Universe tunes in tonight to watch NXT on WWE Network, a new voice will be heard among the announce team. British wrestling legend Nigel McGuinness – who co-helmed commentary for the WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament last January – will join Tom Phillips and Percy Watson at the NXT announce table. He replaces Corey Graves, who will focus his efforts as a part of the Raw announce team.