WWE NXT 1 June 2016 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Details

WWE NXT 1 June 2016 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Details :- WWE NXT 1 June 2016 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Details :- The all new episode of WWE NXT took place recently before the upcoming Pay Per View event NXT Takeover The End which is going to happen in Brooklyn next week. A lot of new revelations are being made also a high intensity contract signing between Asuka and Nia Jax in the presence of William Regal and Austin Aries makes an impact again.


Tonight episode of WWE NXT starts with The Revival makes its way to the ring. Dash says they are going to take back their NXT tag team titles at NXT Takeover. Dawson adds that after they beat Jason Jordan and Chad Gable they can take their little towel and wipe away the tears. Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa interrupt. Ciampa tells The Revival that everyone know American Alpha is better than The Revival. They can’t beat them, and they can’t beat Gargano and Ciampa. Dawson tells Gargano and Ciampa to go back to the bingo hall they came from. The Revival leaves, but Gargano says if they are supposed to be top guys they are running away pretty fast. The Revival gets back in the ring and are met with a drop kick for each member.

WWE NXT 1 June 2016 Match Card & Results

1. Tye Dillinger defeated Buddy Murphy in a singles match

2. Austin Aries defeated Elias Samson in a singles match

3. Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa defeated The Revival in a tag team match

WWE NXT 1 June 2016 Highlights

1. Nia Jax powerbombs Asuka during contract signing at WWE NXT new no. 1 contender for NXT Women’s Championship

2. Asuka hits Nia Jax with kicks at WWE NXT

3. Shinsuke Nakamura says at NXT Takeover Austin Aries will bow down to the king of strong style.

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