WWE NXT Recap & Results (11/14)

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Bianca Belair Remains Undefeated

Bianca Belair faced Mia Yim on this week’s episode of NXT. Belair shoved Yim to start things off and then grabbed Mia by the hair. Bianca slammed Yim to the canvas and taunted her by saying “this is my house”.

Yim took Belair down and applied a Headlock in the middle of the ring. Yim dished out some trash talk of her own as Bianca battled back to her feet. Belair leveled Yim with a shoulder tackle and went for a Dropkick but Mia dodged it.

Mia hit three Dropkicks in a row and geared up in the corner. Yim hit a fourth Dropkick in a row but Belair regrouped and threw Mia to the outside. Yim got back in the ring and Belair attacked her right away. Belair went for a cover but Yim was able to kick out at two.

Belair applied a Headlock but Mia quickly countered into a roll-up for a near fall. Bianca hit a Clothesline for another two count. Belair bounced Yim’s face off the top turnbuckle a couple of times and then started choking her in the corner. Belair broke the hold and booted Yim to the canvas.

Bianca stomped on Yim’s midsection a couple of times and shouting “you are nothing!” at Mia. Belair took a seat on Mia’s back and continued to taunt her. Mia turned the tables and slammed Belair face first to the mat for a two count.

Belair connected with a Dropkick of her own for a near fall. Bianca locked in a Cravate but Yim broke the hold with a few elbows to Belair’s ribs. Bianca went for a Leg Drop but Yim got out of the way and slammed Belair’s head into the middle turnbuckle.

Yim followed it up with a Clothesline and a Gutwrench Suplex for another near fall. Belair responded with a big Spinebuster and went for the cover but Yim got her shoulders up at the last second.

Bianca sent Yim to the corner and drove her shoulder into Mia’s midsection. Yim battled back with some palm strikes and then a Pele Kick for a two count. Biana battled back with a punch to the face and then a Torture Rack/Facebuster (K.O.D.) for the pinfall victory.

Lacey Evans Dominated

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Karissa Rivera battled Lacey Evans on tonight’s episode of NXT. Evans dominated the entire match and taunted Rivera while doing so. Evans started off the match by bashing Rivera’s head into the turnbuckle several times and then hitting her with a Bronco Buster.

Rivera battled back with a couple of chops and then a Dropkick for a one count. Evans got pissed off and slammed Karissa’s head into the mat several times. Evans hit the Woman’s Right for the easy victory.

After the match, Evans grabbed the microphone and said that NXT is full of a bunch of “classless nasties”. Lacey scolded the women of NXT and claimed that they have forgotten what it means to carry themselves with sophistication. Evans stated that if they do not adhere to her standards, she will teach them all a lesson with the Woman’s Right.

Undisputed Era Has The Advantage At WarGames

Kyle O’Reilly battled Hanson from War Raiders to determine which team will have the advantage in the WarGames match this weekend at NXT TakeOver.

O’Reilly tried to avoid Hanson to start off the match but Hanson leveled him with a massive shoulder tackle. Kyle rolled out of the ring to regroup as Hanson dared him to get back into the ring.

Kyle got back in the ring and laid down on the mat and dared Hanson to come at him. O’Reilly got Hanson in a Headlock and tried to take Hanson down but Hanson stayed on his feet.

Hanson hit another ridiculous shoulder tackle that sent O’Reilly across the ring. Hanson launched O’Reilly into the turnbuckle with an Irish Whip and then delivered 10 shots to Kyle’s midsection.

O’Reilly tumbled out of the ring and splatted on the floor. Hanson went after him and rolled him back inside. Kyle hit a Dropkick as Hanson tried to get back in the ring and then went after his left knee. Kyle delivered a flurry of kicks and finally knocked Hanson to the canvas.

O’Reilly went for a cover and Hanson kicked out so hard it sent Kyle flying to the outside. O’Reilly got back in the ring and hit Hanson with a chop block on Hanson’s injured knee for a one count.

Kyle followed it up with a Dragon Screw and then more shots to Hanson’s knee. O’Reilly applied a Knee Lock in the middle of the ring. Hanson escaped and connected with a Back Body Drop to change the momentum.

Hanson hit O’Reilly with a punch to the face and then a Sidewalk Slam. Hanson followed it up with a giant Splash and then another one in the corner of the ring. Hanson hit a Powerslam and went for the cover but O’Reilly was able to kick out at the last second.

Hanson sent O’Reilly to the outside and hit him with a Suicide Dive. Back in the ring, Hanson made his way to the top rope but Adam Cole came down to the entrance ramp for the distraction.

Hanson went for a Moonsault but O’Reilly got out of the way. O’Reilly locked in the Ankle Lock in the middle of the ring but Hanson was able to reach the bottom rope to break the hold.

Cole connected with a cheap shot while the referee wasn’t looking and O’Reilly hit a punch for a near fall. Rowe sprinted down the ramp and bounced Cole’s face off the apron. Hanson hit a knee to the face and then a Clothesline that turned O’Reilly inside out.

Roderick Strong and Bobby Fish came down to the ringside area and attacked Rowe from behind. Pete Dunne joined the party and blasted Strong in the face. Dunne bent Cole’s fingers back but Bobby Fish hit him from behind with a chop block.

Ricochet sprinted into the ring and hit everyone with a flip. Kyle O’Reilly grabbed an NXT Tag Team Championship title and hit Hanson with it while the referee was distracted by the chaos. O’Reilly then pinned Hanson and Undisputed Era has the advantage at NXT TakeOver: WarGames.

Announced for next week:

  • Matt Riddle vs. Kassius Ohno

NXT TakeOver: WarGames airs this Saturday night on the WWE Network. The following videos were also shown during tonight’s broadcast to hype up the event: