Hey everyone!  Drew Koscelek here with another NXT Report!  I'm running later than usual, so let's get started!

- We are opening the show with a semi-finals match for the NXT Tag Team Championship Tournament.  

Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady vs. The Vaudevillians

- Enzo and Cass cut their normal promo shtick.  Cass and English start off.  Rapid tags here.  Cass tosses Enzo into Gotch in the corner.  Gotch catches Enzo on a cross-body attempt, and it leads into their finisher. Short match.  The Vaudevillians win.

- After the match, The Legionairres attack Enzo and Cass.  They shave Enzo's beard half-off and throw him to the mat.  This angle, and the match, were too short to really become much of anything. 

- Up next, an announcement from Triple H about... something.  Probably the next live show.

- Triple H comes out to the ring looking like a proud evil poppa. He calls this an exciting time in WWE, and says NXT is *the* brand on the WWE Network.  With that in mind, it's time for NXT to once again take over.  He announces that on Thursday, September 11th, there will be another two hour live special.  He says all the titles will be defended.  He also states that the show will be overseen by a new NXT General Manager, who will appear live in person next week.  He says when that General Manager shows up, we'll know we've seen nothing yet.  

- Looking forward to the show in three weeks.  So far, all of the NXT live shows have delivered. 

- Highlights of Tyler Breeze calling out Tyson Kidd for interrupting his title match last week. 

- Tyson Kidd vs. Tyler Breeze

- Breeze attacks early on.  He stomps Kidd in the corner.  Kidd fires back.  Kidd goes for a Sharpshooter early on, Breeze bails out of the ring.  He grabs his phone, and then walks off.  "I don't need this, Tyson!"  He heads backstage.  The ref counts him out.  Tyson Kidd wins.

- Another short match.  Nothing much here.  Move along.

- Backstage, Tyler Breeze is approached about walking away from the match.  He doesn't care about the match, he's focused on NXT Takeover, and the title match there.

- NXT Women's Champion Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch

- Lynch is embracing the Irish in her a bit more, wearing a partial tartan.  Still a rock star, not a Riverdance girl.  

- Charlotte takes Lynch down early on.  Lynch goes for a roll-up, then heads into a submission.  Charlotte rolls through, takes Lynch down. Back and forth.  Lynch gets in some good offense, but she's a little wild.  Charlotte unloads with kicks in the corner.  She locks in a Figure Four Headlock.  The fans rally behind Lynch.  Lynch fires up and hits some clotheslines.  A pair of leg drops.  Lynch yells a lot.  She's very excited.  Charlotte counters a suplex attempt.  She hits her finisher.  It's over. Charlotte wins.

- Best match of the night, so far.  Lynch is still very much a work in progress, but she's got a lot going for her.

- After the break, Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady com back out.  Enzo is pissed.  He's not joking around here.  He wants a hair vs. hair match against them.  Not sure if it's a tag match, or singles... good promo though.

- Oh, it looks like it's just against Sylvester Lefort.  Whoops.

- Recap of Mojo Rawley and Bull Dempsey from last week.


- Mojo Rawley vs. Steve Cutley

- Mojo is showing aggression here.  Cutlet gets in some offense, but Mojo dominates here.  Splashes in the corner, butt bump, Hyper Drive.  It's over.  Mojo wins.

- Squash!

- Mojo grabs a mic, says he stays hyped.  He challenges Bull Dempsey.  Lots of energy here, but Mojo does take it down a notch.  Good control of the crowd, good promo.  

- Sin Cara & Kalisto vs. Sami Zayn & Adam Rose

- Kalisto and Rose start off.  Kalisto is fast and counters arm locks by flipping.  Tag in to Sami Zayn.  Tag to Sin Cara.  Zayn locks the wrist, Sin Cara counters.  Action spills outside, and the Luchas tease going over the top, but roll back in instead.  We go to break.

- Back from break, Kalisto and Rose are going at it.  Tag to Zayn.  Zayn works over Kalisto in the corner, but he flips out and hits a very impressive sequence.  Wow!  Handstand leads to a head scissors.  2-count.  Sin Cara in, he misses a moonsault, rolls through.  Cover on Zayn for two.  

- Rose and Kalisto in.  Rose stomps Kalisto in the corner.  Rose drops elbows.  He hits a spinebuster for a near fall.  Kalisto fights out and tags Sin Cara, who clears the ring.  Springboard elbow, two-count.  Sin Cara dives out at Zayn.  Rose takes out Kalisto.  Kalisto hits an enzuirigi, then nails his finisher.  Sin Cara is legal - top rope senton and it's over.  Sin Cara & Kalisto win.

- Best match of the night.  Kalisto is - simply put - awesome.

- Mediocre show, but the closing tag match was very good.  The ladies match was good as well.  Mostly skippable.

Thanks for tuning in tonight folks!  See you next week!