WWE NXT Results
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-Triple H is in the ring to kick off the show tonight. He talks about all the stars like Damien Sandow, The Shield, The Wyatt Family and Cesaro who have come up from NXT to become WWE Superstars. Hunter mentions Paige becoming the WWE Divas Champion, and says it's almost like NXT is taking over the business. That said, he announces a two-hour special on the Next later this month called "NXT Takeover".
Tyson Kidd vs. Bo Dallas
Bo has brand new music and a new entrance video, playing off his inspirational gimmick you've seen on Raw and Smackdown vignettes.
Tyson starts the match off with a hold from behind, which Bo transitions into a side headlock. Kidd breaks free and fires back with kicks to the mid-section, followed by a flurry of right hands in the corner. Tyson with a snap vertical suplex before heading to the top rope, but Dallas rolls out of the ring in time. Tyson hits the apron and tries to go after his opponent, but Bo grabs his foot and flips him on his head.
The crowd has started singing "he's got the whole world…" – Bo and Bray are brothers – which the announce team is no-selling like its their job. Bo smartly locks in a chinlock, which gets them to start chanting for Tyson instead. Kidd fights back but comes up empty with a dropkick, and Dallas hooks the leg for a count of two.
Tyson Kidd with a nice headscissors takedown, sending his opponent into the second turnbuckle. He battles back with kicks, including one to the head which takes down Bo. Kidd tries for a crossbody off the ropes, but Dallas catches him with a belly-to-belly suplex, as William Regal makes fun of his marriage to Nattie. Bo hits a bulldog out of the corner for a two-count, and gets in the referee's face. When he turns around he runs into boots from Tyson, followed by a big enzuigiri to the side of the head. Kidd with a huge flipping neckbreaker from the top rope (which I think he calls the Blockbuster) for the win.
Winner: Tyson Kidd
KILLAM: That was a very well worked match between one young guy with promise, and a veteran that deserves to be much further along in his career than he is. Bo had the intelligence to stop the crowd from singing along to his brother's catchy gimmick, and while his gimmick is still effective enough that I loath his existence, you can't deny he knows how to work the ring, and work the crowd. Welcome back to relevance Tyson Kidd; a win over the former NXT Champion should get him closer to the title picture.
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