The recent war of words between Mia Yim and Candice LeRae is anything but settled. The action spilled to the outside with both women too fixated on exchanging blows to answer the referee's count of 10. Tegan Nox, and later Dakota Kai, Raquel González and Shotzi Blackheart were on the scene as well, and the situation devolved into an all-out melee.
Also joining the action were LeRae and Yim's significant others — and NXT TakeOver: In Your House opponents — Johnny Gargano and Keith Lee. General Manager William Regal ordered that a Mixed Tag Team Match start immediately.
The Johnny Gargano Way continues to be suspect as Gargano resorted to striking Lee in the eye with his car keys. With Yim checking on Lee, LeRae took advantage and rolled her up to steal a victory.
Gentleman Jack Gallagher made his way to ringside in an attempt to distract "Swerve," but it backfired. Isaiah Scott turned Tony Nese's attempted sunset driver into a sunset flip for the pin, continuing The Premier Athlete's recent woes.
Breezango made a triumphant return to NXT, complete with another head-turning entrance in astronaut gear. Fandango picked up the victory, putting away The Undisputed ERA's Bobby Fish with the Last Dance after Dexter Lumis' presence in the crowd caught Fish's attention.
Imperium arrived afterward to confront their next challengers, but they weren't alone, as Malcolm Bivens and Indus Sher also made their presence felt.
Robert Stone, in his most desperate state after apparently learning last week that he no longer represents Chelsea Green, was ringside to cheer on Aliyah. But Stone only found himself more shattered as his lifeline lost to Santana Garrett following an impressive back handspring moonsault.
The Cave-In remains one of the most potent maneuvers in NXT, and The Technical Savage caught The Aus-zilla with it out of nowhere to pick up another impressive victory. The hits kept coming for Bronson Reed, who was the target of a vicious post-match assault by Karrion Kross as a means to send a message to Tommaso Ciampa.
Despite being caught in several precarious positions by El Hijo del Fantasma, Drake Maverick refused to say die, but it wasn't enough to become NXT Cruiserweight Champion.
It was more than enough to solidify himself as an NXT Superstar, however. Preoccupied momentarily by the attempted interference of the masked men we've seen attack other Cruiserweights in recent weeks, Maverick lost after Fantasma hit the Phantom Driver. A teary-eyed Maverick was met at the top of the stage by Triple H moments later, however, and he found himself penning a contract offered by The Game, drawing a fitting close to his inspiring run through the NXT Cruiserweight Championship Tournament.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Candice LeRae vs. Mia Yim ended in a Double Count Out
- Candice LeRae & Johnny Gargano defeated Keith Lee & Mia Yim in a Mixed Tag Team Match
- Isaiah Scott defeated Tony Nese
- Breezango (Fandango & Tyler Breeze) defeated The Undisputed ERA (Bobby Fish & Roderick Strong) and Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan in a Triple Threat Match to become #1 Contenders for the NXT Tag Team Championship
- Santana Garrett defeated Aliyah
- Cameron Grimes defeated Bronson Reed
- El Hijo del Fantasma defeated Drake Maverick in the 2020 Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Final Match to win the vacant WWE Cruiserweight Championship
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