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WWE NXT Results: 14th March 2018, latest NXT winners, reviews and video highlights

Gary Cassidy
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2.87K   //    15 Mar 2018, 21:34 IST

The most explosive hour of WWE lived up to expectation!

With less than one month to go until WWE NXT TakeOver: New Orleans, it's all starting to shape up. This week's episode had two Dusty Classic Tag Team Tournament Matches, a championship match, a contract signing and more!

#1 SAnitY (Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young) vs Riddick Moss and Tino Sabbatelli

You're never just facing two members of SAnitY

This week's edition of NXT kicked off with the continuation of the Dusty Classic Tag Team Tournament as SAnitY's Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young went head-to-head with Riddick Moss and Tino Sabatelli, but Nikki Cross and Killian Dain weren't too far away from the action as always.

This one may have seemed like a foregone conclusion, but the official NXT Twitter wasn't completely wrong when they used the term "back on track" as this could have been one of Sabatelli and Moss' most impressive showings against one of NXT's top teams.

We saw a great deal of offence from Sabatelli and Moss, as well as some great character development from a pair who are all too often forgotten about in WWE.

Wolfe and Moss started things off with a lock up, before Moss delivered a knee and Wolfe sent him back into the turnbuckles. The pair exchanged some nice strikes before Wolfe kicked Sabatelli on the apron. Sabatelli came in and lit up Wolfe with some punches, followed by an Irish whip and dropkick before tagging Moss back in. The pair worked well as a team and got a near fall. 

We saw some more impressive strikes before some miscommunication saw Sabatelli and Moss collide. Young tagged in and wiped out Moss from the apron before delivering a leg lariat and clothesline on Sabatelli. Young went to work on Sabatelli before hitting an elbow drop from the turnbuckles - only for Moss to pull Young out of the ring and break up the cover.

Nikki Cross hit a crossbody on Moss as Young and Wolfe hit Sabatelli with a belly-to-back suplex and neck breaker combination for the three count.

Winners: Eric Young and Alexander Wolfe

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Gary Cassidy
Gary Cassidy is a freelance journalist from Glasgow, Scotland, specialising in professional wrestling with Sportskeeda. Gary has ten years' writing experience and a 2:1 Honours degree, and is also a subtitler working on both live and prerecorded broadcast for television channels across the UK, USA and Australia.
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