Apr 4, 2020

WWE NXT 14 July 2016 Results Balor vs Nakamura Winner Loser Highlights Written Details

WWE NXT 14 July 2016 Results Balor vs Nakamura Winner Loser Highlights Written Details :- The latest episode WWE Rookie Wrestling show NXT has already been happened where we have seen the most awaited match between two of the greatest wrestlers of the brand Shinsuke Nakamura vs Finn Balor as they both got into a hectic battle and the crowd present in the arena appeared shouting ‘This is Awesome’ chants continuously. Also Samoa Joe opened the show addressing the crowd about this match and we will give you all the information regarding this further in our article.


Tonights episode of WWE NXT begins with Samoa Joe makes his way to the ring to address the crowd. The NXT champion looks to be all business tonight. Joe lets us know he is here tonight for a few reason. The first of which is to watch Finn Bálor vs Shinsuke Nakamura. According to Joe, the implications of the match are disrespectful to him as NXT champion. Nakamura and Bálor think a win for either of them will put them in line for an NXT title shot. The reality of it is no matter who wins neither of them deserves a title shot. Rhyno interrupts Joe. Rhyno tells Joe that if Joe is the one he has to go through to get to the top he will go right through him. Joe looks Rhyno up and down and walks away. As Joe walks away, he yells at Rhyno that he will beat his @$$ on his time.

WWE NXT 14 July 2016 Match Card & Results

1. Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Finn Balor in a singles match

WWE NXT 14 July 2016 Highlights

1. Samoa Joe says that nor Nakamura neither Balor deserves a title shot at his WWE NXT Title

2. Rhyno interrupts Samoa Joe and challenges him but Joe walks away

3. After the match, Bálor and Nakamura shake hands and bow to each other.

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