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WWE NXT spoilers: September 13, 2017

Johny Payne
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Pete Dunne got a huge pop from the fans in attendance.

The WWE’s NXT brand is set to telecast a huge show tonight as Pete Dunne defends his United Kingdom Championship against Wolfgang.

Elsewhere, The Street Profits and The Ealy Brothers faced off in a Tag Team showdown, with the former duo getting the better of the brothers.

Additionally, Ruby Riot took on The Iconic Duo in a Tag Team matchup, with Nikki Cross interfering to aid her longtime rival. So without further ado, here are the spoilers for tonight’s NXT show:

#1 Ruby Riot & Nikki Cross vs Billie Kay and Peyton Royce:

Ruby Riot got the matchup rolling; starting off without a partner in her corner. Royce and Kay had the upper hand during the early exchanges, using their numbers’ advantage to overwhelm Riot since the latter was all by her lonesome.

Riot’s rival Nikki Cross entered the fray and watched on from ringside. Riot eventually fought back against The Iconic Duo, and made it back to her corner where Cross—much to the surprise of the fans in attendance—jumped up on the apron and tagged herself in; siding with Riot. Cross then went on to attack Kay and Royce; culminating in a swinging fisherman neckbreaker on Kay, following which Cross tagged in Riot, and left the match.

Riot finished off The Iconic Duo with a huge cannonball senton off of the top rope for the pinfall victory. Meanwhile, Cross had made her way through the fans and looked on as Riot scored the win.

Result: Ruby Riot & Nikki Cross def. Billie Kay & Peyton Royce

#2 The Street Profits vs The Ealy Brothers

The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) competed in a Tag Team match against The Ealy Brothers (Gabriel & Uriel).

The match saw Ford & Dawkins take charge successfully executing a few double-team manoeuvres. However, the Ealy Brothers assumed control shortly thereafter. Ford seemed to be in trouble but managed to make the hot tag to Dawkins, with the latter flooring the opposition and scoring the win after a spinebuster & frog splash. Furthermore, The Street Profits then proceeded to celebrate their victory with the fans in attendance.


Result: The Street Profits def. The Ealy Brothers

#3 Pete Dunne vs Wolfgang:

Pete Dunne put his WWE United Kingdom Championship on the line against Wolfgang, in a matchup that saw the champion assume control early on with a few highly technical catch-wrestling manoeuvres.

Wolfgang seemed to be kipping up to turn the tide, but Dunne resorted to biting the former, sending him to the outside. Wolfgang landed a hard slap on Dunne, and the latter then tagged him with multiple strikes.

Dunne then attempted a kimura, but Wolfgang broke free the submission by nailing a suplex on Dunne. The champion then charged towards Wolfgang, but the latter would land a monstrous spear on Dunne, sending the champ outside the ring. Wolfgang put forth a couple of flashy offensive manoeuvres, including a topè as well as a delayed vertical suplex off the top rope, but Dunne caught him in an armbar just before Wolfgang could nail the Howling.

Although Wolfgang escaped the armbar, Dunne caught him with a forearm and then the Bitter End for the pinfall victory.

The match concluded, following which Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly entered the fray, staring down Dunne. Dunne slowly backed away but then started attacking the aforementioned trio, following which Wolfgang joined in to help Dunne.

Pete Dunne, having successfully defended his UK Championship then left the brawl and retreated with his title; following which Adam Cole hit a huge shining wizard on Wolfgang, after having incapacitated him with the help of Fish and O’Reilly. Cole, Fish and O’Reilly then made their way through the fans, following which Trent Seven and Tyler Bate came to check on Wolfgang; with both Seven & Bate then proceeding to stare down Cole, Fish & O’Reilly.

Result: Pete Dunne def. Wolfgang, retaining the WWE United Kingdom Championship     

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