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  • In Memory of Warrior - 1959 - 2014
  • We're kicking in right away, and it's a party.  Adam Rose comes out partying, led to the ring by some people wearing inflatable outfits.  Lots of dancing.  They catch him and push him onto the apron.  He dances around.  It's still a cool entrance.  I don't think it's going to translate well on the big stage.  I could be wrong.  I've been wrong before.  
  • Adam Rose is facing a jobber.  They didn't announce his name.  Danny Birch or something.  
  • Rose kicks at Birch while stting on the ropes.  He gets some nice shoulder blocks.  
  • Rose shows some fire and hits a series if punches.  Double chops.  He hits a Bronco Buster in the corner.  
  • Rose heads up top, then hits a leaping double-axe handle for the pinfall.
    • This was a better feature of Rose's talents up to this point, but it was still a squash.

 

  • Highlights of last week's Sami Zayn vs. Corey Graves.  They talk to the referee who called off the match. They then talk to Corey Graves.  He talks about how his win counted, and tells Sami Zayn to "rest his little head of his."
  • Bo Dallas has a special announcement later tonight.

 

  • Bailey comes out to the ring.  She's all smiles.  This might be the worst theme song ever.  She's facing Sasha Banks, who is accompanied by Charlotte.
  • Banks looks ridiculous.  Anyhow, they tackle each other early on.  The audience seems bored and sings Adam Rose's theme.  Meanwhile, Sasha slams Bailey's head into the mat repeatedly. 
  • Action picks up and Bailey gets a hot run.  Leaping spinning elbow off the second rope.  Baily charges Sasha.  Some interesting back and forth, and Bailey scores her finisher The Bailey to Belly.  It's over.
    • Decent ladies match.  Good action.

 

  • Sylvester Lefort comes out first.  This is the first time I've seen him in NXT since I've been covering it.
  • Mojo Rawley does his best Ultimate Warrior impression.  
  • They lock up.  Rawley rolls around the ring.  He's blown up.  Splash to Lefort in the corner.  Make it two.  He hits Hyper Drive.  It's over.
    • ​​I've seen enough of Mojo Rawley.  Each match is exactly this.  No thanks.
  • After the match, Brodus Clay comes out and destroys Lefort.  Afterwards, he cuts a promo criticizing everyone that puts over Adrian Neville.  He calls him out.  He says he's a Main Event Player.
  • Adrian Neville answers the call.  He says Brodus complains a lot for a main event player.  He tells him he's had opportunities, but Neville isn't gonna waste his.  Neville stands nose to nose.  They drop the mics and it looks like it's on, but Clay backs off.  "My time."  

 

  • Backstage, an interview with someone, but Camacho interrupts.  He cuts a promo on Adam Rose.  The other man challenges Camacho.  Camacho walks away.  No idea who the first dude was.

 

  • Highlights of WWE Wrestlemania Axxess, highlighting the NXT talent.

 

  • The Great Khali is at NXT.  He cuts a promo.  Bailey runs up and hugs him.  CJ Parker wants to know if he recycles.  Some joke about "producing waste."  Pretty sure this is leading to a match.  I have a week to prepare.  Oh lord.

 

  • Bo Dallas comes out to the ring and grabs a mic.  He says there are lots of guys that say they're next in line for the title, but it's still Bo Time.  He says he's ok with stepping back for a bit, but the voices of the Bo-leivers cannot be stopped.  He asks about the Yes Movement, and how Daniel Bryan occupied Raw, and Bryan got a shot at the title.  He says earlier today, he reached out to social media to join him there tonight.  He wants his Bo-leivers to Occupy NXT.  Half of the audience turns their back on him, and chant "No!"  Bo loses his shit.  He starts to throw a fit and says "This stinks!"  He walks out, practically crying.  He paces back and forth, yelling at the fans.  He gets back in and continues his fit.  
    • That was pretty fantastic.
  • Back from break, he's still in the ring crying.  He says he gave us cookies.  "Why would you do this???"  As he continues to throw his fit, NXT General Manager JBL comes out.  He says Bo doesn't have enough people to occupy a see-saw.  He grants him a match, however, against Justin Gabriel.
  • Gabriel gets the early advantage, and a near fall.  Bo ducks out to regroup.  
  • The fans chant "We want cookies."  Funny.  Dallas heads back in and locks in a headlock.  Gabriel gets free and it's back and forth again.  
  • Dallas regroups outside again. The fans chant "Bo-ring."  Nice suplex.  
  • Dallas works in a few elbows, then a nice clothesline for a two-count.  Gabriel gets some hope and hits a series of kicks.  Gabriel on fire, he hits a springboard cross-body for a near fall.  
  • Gabriel counters Dallas and hits a fisherman suplex for a 2-count.  Kick to the back of the head.  Gabriel goes for a springboard moonsault and misses, but he gets in a roll-up for a near fall.  
  • Dallas nails the Double-Underhook DDT for the win.
    • ​Good match from these two.  Gabriel is pretty underutilized, in my opinion.  Dallas has a ton of potential on the main roster.  That does it for me tonight folks... thanks for watching with me!