WWE NXT airs on the WWE Network starting at 9:00pm EST, and  we will have coverage of the show as soon as it airs.  

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  • NXT starts out with Triple H in the middle of the ring.  He talks about acts in WWE like The Shield, The Wyatts, Big E Langston, Damien Sandow, Cesaro, all products of NXT.  "And now, there's this new Diva.... what's her name?"  Paige.  He says it's like NXT is taking over the world.
  • Trips announces on May 29th, there will be a live 2-hour special: NXT Takeover.
  • Music kicks off, and we're at Full Sail.  
  • Tyson Kidd comes out to the ring.  He's got a match.  He's facing Bo Dallas.  He's got a new video and music.  
  • Split audience here.  
  • Slow build, but Kidd gets in some fierce offense.  He goes up top, but Dallas ducks out of the ring.  
  • Dallas takes advantage and starts working over Kidd with a headlock.  Meanwhile, the audience chants "He's got the whole world in his hands."  Ok.  
  • My audio dropped out so I restarted, but I came back to Tyson Kidd hitting a hurricarana into the corner.  Dallas is loopy.  Dallas reverses a whip and hits a belly to belly.  Two-count.
  • Kidd goes up top, but Dallas nearly cuts him off.  Kidd kicks Dallas in the head, goes up top, and hits his finisher, Blockbuster, for the win. 
  • After the match, Bo Dallas flips out on the fans.  They tell him how much he sucks.  He says he's the greatest champion in the history of NXT.  They chant the "Goodbye" song.  
  • Backstage, Camacho says he throws the best parties, and he's no party pooper.  Adam Rose cuts him off. "Wherever Adam Goes, it's party time."  Naturally a party explodes around him.  
  • We hear from both Bailey and Sasha Banks.  They cut promos about winning the NXT Women's Championship tournament.
    • Dallas and Kidd put on an enjoyable match.  Camacho and Adam Rose have a terrible feud.  I'm excited about the women's tournament.  The end.

 

  • Bailey comes out to the ring.  She has wacky inflatable tube men.  Sasha Banks comes out, accompanied by Charlotte.  
  • Banks attacks immediately and doesn't let up.  Bailey counters a bodyslam with a roll-up.  Bailey goes for a backslide.  Another roll-up.  
  • Bailey slaps Sasha's back repeatedly.  Nice suplex for a two-count.  
  • Bailey hits a "Belly to Bailey" but Sasha rolls out.  Sasha hits Bankrupt but only gets a two-count.  Sasha hits a back stabber, and rolls it into a cross-face for the submission.  Good finish.
    • Good women's match, very competitive.  I enjoyed it.  The women's division has a bright future.
  • We get a highlight package about Brodus Clay.  Up next?  Adam Rose!

 

  • Adam Rose parties his way to the ring.  He's facing Danny Burch.  Danny Burch got released today, by the way...
  • The fans at Full Sail are eating up Adam Rose.  I'm a little bored with the gimmick already.  
  • Rose rolls around the ring to try to stay away from Burch.  Burch is not amused.  Rose hits a wristlock toss.  Burch hits a few moves, and Rose gets fired up.  Rose hits the Party Foul.  It's over.
  • Camacho runs out and interrupts the party.  He attacks some dude from the party.  Not cool.
  • Brodus Clay cuts a really nice promo about his match against Adrian Neville.  It was a good promo, what he should've been doing a long time ago.
  • Natalya comes out for a match against Layla for the NXT Women's Championship tourney.  That's up next!

 

  • Layla comes out by herself.  No Fandango.  It's not the same.  The match begins and Nattie does some nice work into a suplex.  Layla reverses and starts clubbing her.  She's showing a mean streak.
  • Layla stretches Nattie out.  Nattie gets some offense, and tries for the Sharpshooter.  Layla gets out of the first attempt, but Nattie locks it in for the second one.
    • I liked the first ladies' match better.
  • Backstage, a conversation with Adrien Neville.  He's pissed about his teeth, but they've been replaced.  He says he'll beat Brodus in the middle of the ring.  

 

  • Oliver Grey comes out to the ring.  He's facing off against Mojo Rawley.  Dear lord.
  • Grey gets in some offense, but I'm sure Mojo will win.  He's got three moves.  And right on cue, he hits them.  Mojo wins.
  • Aiden English interrupts the celebration.  He's done "suffering" Rawley.  He demands he leaves the ring.  Rawley turns to look at the audience, and English attacks him.  Rawley sends English tumbling out of the ring.
  • Backstage, Neville and Clay warm up.  That match is next!

 

  • Brodus Clay vs Adrien Neville (c) for the WWE NXT Championship (No Disqualification)
  • Brodus Clay is from the Concrete Jungle?  Hahaha.
  • The bell doesn't even ring, and it's on!  Action spills out of the ring immediately with a nice flip by Neville.  They roll back in and the bell rings. 
  • Neville hits a superkick and goes up top, but Clay rolls out.  Neville hits a running dropkick.  He goes up top and Brodus pushes him into the turnbuckles.  
  • Brodus has Neville hung upside down and he slams into him.  Near fall.
  • Clay works Neville over with some nasty power moves.  He stretches his back out.  Neville fights out.  He targets the knees.
  • Clay hits a powerbomb.  He goes to the second rope and hits a splash.  Two-count. Clay goes out and grabs the title belt.  He lines Neville up, but Neville catches him with a kick.  He heads up top.  Adrien Neville hits Red Arrow.  He scores the pin.
    • ​​The match was a bit short for my liking, and could've benefitted from a bit more time.  If they took the 10 minutes they gave to Mojo Rawley and gave it to this match, it could've made all the difference. 
    • Overall, a good night of action!  A much better episode than I've seen in recent weeks.  Not without flaws, but enjoyable overall.  I'll see you next week folks!