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WWE NXT Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from NXT on USA Network (25th September 2019)

What will happen on the second episode after NXT's debut on the USA Network?
Updated: 26 September 2019 08:05 IST - Published: 26 September 2019 08:05 IST
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And we're done for the night! See everyone next week!
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Basically, there won't be this much wrestling on TV at once until WrestleMania next year. Probably.
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Next week's a big one! 
The "Season Premiere" of Raw on Monday
Fox is running some SmackDown specials on Tuesday and Thursday to get everybody hyped (except for Keith Olbermann, I guess)
Wednesday has both NXT and the premiere of AEW Dynamite
And Friday has the premiere of SmackDown of Fox!

I have never had to type "premiere" so many times in a row before in my life.
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Next week, a full two hours on USA Network - no switching over to the WWE Network (unless you get a sudden urge to watch SWERVED or something, I guess) - but a really well-done episode tonight. 
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I was mistaken. Kushida was kicked in the head.
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Did you guys enjoy that? I sure did. Even with a crying toddler to deal with. I love NXT.

Here's what happened, results wise:
Keith Lee defeated Dominik Dijakovic
Dakota Kai defeated Taynara
Matt Riddle defeats Killian Dain and is now the #1 contender to the NXt Championship
Rhea Ripley defeats Kayden Carter
Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan defeat Ever-Rise
Cameron Grimes defeats Raul Mendoza
Kushida and Breezango defeat Imperium. 
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WALTER nails Kushida as Imperium stands tall!

That's... well, that's the end of the show. 
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After a series of attacks I couldn't begin to hope to describe, Kushida bridges Bethel into a pin and...

Result: Kushida and Breezango defeat Imperium.

Kushida is celebrating but stops quickly because someone just punched him in the head.

I told you WALTER was back there.
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Kushida with the cross-armbreaker on Bethel... nope. 
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McGuinness calls Fandango the "former dancing sensation", which... come on, man. He's still good at dancing.
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Fandango is in!
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Barthel goes for a pin, which Breeze kicks out of.

Breeze nearly gets a tag but, Imperium yank his partners off the apron. And Imperium are laying the boots on his as Breeze's partners are distracting the referee unintentionally while trying to get in there and help Prince Pretty.
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Mauro calls next week's NXT on USA the "Night of NXT Champions."

He also made a reference to SaNitY, a group I miss a lot.

Also, Imperium are kicking the bejesus out of Tyler Breeze.
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Marcel Barthel. That's how.
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How great is next week's lineup going to be?

According to Sportskeeda's own Daniel Wood:

"Next week is basically a TakeOver"
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Kushida starts out with Fabian Eichner and has the advantage, but Eichner tags in Marcel.... look, I'll look up how to spell his name after I post this, but Imperium has control now.
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Also, Nigel just made a Demolition Man reference.

This is now my favorite announce team ever.
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Kushida introduces his partners.

There's a siren, so I immediately think he's recruited Scott Steiner.

But, no! It's Breezango! Yay!
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By the way, here's those title matches for next week.
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Speaking of Kushida, he's in the ring and.... before we can find out who his partners are, Imperium are being introduced.

No WATLER, apparently.

Eh, he's probably in the back.
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I like how Kushida, as awesome as he is, his gimmick is the really, really likes Back to the Future. Seriously.
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Also, three title matches next week.
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Mauro is an absolute pro...

Began reading the Bayzler/LaRea copy, noticed it was the wrong graphic, turned on a dime and made it work. 

He's the best.
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I do believe that Imperium vs Kushida and his mystery pals is on next!
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Grimes with the jumping double stomp and the pin!

Grimes is going places!

Grimes has the same last name as a Simpson's character and I can't stop thinking about Frank Grimes every time she shows up on TV!
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Sorry, guys. I lost track of this match and... man, it's really, really good. Lemme find you some GIFs.
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For the uninitiated, Medoza was the guy who ripped off his pants during the Breakout Tournament.
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Raul Mendoza is his opponent.

Cameron Grimes vs Raul Mendoza
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We get a plug for WWE 2K20 and now Cameron Grimes is on his way to the ring. 

Nice hat, Cameron.
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Chelsea Green and Donna Perrazzo are in the crowd as Lorcan and Birch head to the back.
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Lorcan and Birch hit what, I assume, is their new finisher, and get the win.

Result: Birch and Lorcan defeat Ever-Rise.
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Birch gets the tag and is like a house on fire in there!

I'm not quite sure how that expression works.
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Parker and Martel, who were are reminded for the third time have been best friends since the 3rd grade, get the upper hand after some cheating. 

Lorcan is taking the brunt of the offense as Birch wants the tag.
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After a quick plug for Hell in a Cell, Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch are in the ring. And they're taking on Ever-Rise. Who are from Canada.
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Pumphandle slam by Ripley and she wins.

Result: Rhea Ripley defeats Kayden Carter
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Huricanrana and then a bunch of other flippy moves by Carter and Ripley is (literally) on the ropes. 
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Delayed vertical suplex and a pin, but Carter kicks out.

So Ripley decides to just punch her in the face over and over.
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The bell rings and Carter bursts into offense immediately with a quick dropkick.

Ripley basically just knocks her down and now she's got control.