Jun 4, 2020

WWE NXT 23 October 2019 Results Highlights Live TV Show Written Details

WWE NXT 23 October 2019 Results Highlights Live TV Show Written Details :- The brand new 2 hour long episode of NXT Live has been aired from Full Sail University recently and we have seen Finn Balor turning heel also Rhea Ripley faces the EST ‘Bianca Belair’ in a singles match and a lot more about which we will discuss further.

Tonights episode of NXT Live starts with a womens singles match featuring Rhea Ripley and Bianca Belair :

WWE NXT 23 Oct 2019 Match Card & Results

  1. Rhea Ripley defeated Bianca Belair in a Womens Singles Match
  2. Matt Riddle defeated Cameron Grimes in a Singles Maatch
  3. Breezango and Isaiah Scott defeated Forgotten Sons in a 6 Man Tag Team Match
  4. Angel Garza defeated Jack Gallagher in a Singles Match
  5. Team Kick defeated Jessamyn Duke & Marina Shafir in a Womens Tag Team Match
  6. Roderick Strong defeated Keith Lee and Dominik Dijakovic in a triple threat match for NXT North American Title
  7. Killian Dain defeated Boa in a Singles Match
  8. Damien Priest defeated Pete Dunne in a Singles Match

WWE NXT 23 Oct 2019 Highlights

  1. Cathy Kelley interviews Pete Dunne, who says he doesn’t care about Killian Dain.
  2. Tommaso Ciampa vignette airs, before we see the entrances of Cameron Grimes and Matt Riddle.
  3. After the match between Matt Riddle and Cameron Grimes, Grimes picks a fight with Tyler Bate who was in the crowd and knocks Grimes out.
  4. Killian Dain promises to break Pete Dunne
  5. After the triple threat North Americaan Title match, The Undisputed ERA hits the ring and laid out Keith Lee
  6. Tommaso Ciampa, Johnny Gargano, and Finn Balor squared off with Undisputed ERA only for Balor to turn heel on Johnny!!! Balor drops Johnny with 1916 on the ramp to close a wild NXT!

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