Spoiler Rate NXT 4/1/15

Discussion in 'NXT' started by Prince Bálor, Apr 1, 2015.

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  1. You know the drill, ladies and gents. Vote above, give yer thoughts below!

    - Full results here:

    Sami Zayn hits the ramp and takes in a warm welcome. He talks about how Kevin Owens betrayed him and the fans start chanting, "Kick his ass! Kick his ass!" Sami says he plans to do just that. He exits the ring, the announce team runs down some of tonight's coming attractions and then Rhino comes out.

    Rhino vs. Unnamed Opponent

    WWE doesn't like to give too much press to jobbers, so we'll call this guy "Unnamed Opponent." Now that the introductions are over, let's discuss all of the in-ring action: Rhino wins with a gore. The end.

    Result: Rhino defeats Unnamed Opponent via pinfall.

    After the match, Rhino takes the mic and says he's coming after everyone in NXT.

    Commercials roll and then we get a review of the Finn Balor/Kevin Owens match. There's also a backstage promo from Owens in which he says that the fact that he won the match is the only thing that's important.

    Bayley vs. Emma

    After the bell, Emma makes it seem like this is a good-natured match but Bayley is still peeved that the saucy Aussie slapped her. They lock up briefly, break and then go at it again. Bayley gets Emma around the waist but Emma works it into a grappling situation. Bayley gets fired up and takes Emma down off the ropes. They go at it some more and Bayley rolls her up for a near fall. When Emma gets out, she levels Bayley with a clothesline. Emma talks some smack and it seems like she's trying to get her opponent worked up. She stays on top of bayley who tires to fire back, ultimately getting some momentum. Emma dodges a big hit and applies the Emma Lock, followed by an Emmamite Sandwich. Bayley kicks out of the ensuing pinfall and rolls up Emma quickly for the win.

    Result: Bayley defeats Emma via pinfall.

    Awkwardness follows the bell as the ladies kinda, sorta make nice. But not really.

    Backstage, Becky Lynch says she's ready for action. Then some more commercials for the WWE Network by the WWE Network. By coincidence, WWE NXT also airs on the WWE Network.

    Lucha Dragons vs. Blake and Murphy

    Kalisto starts out against Blake. The height differential is a nonissue because Kalisto can jump really, really high. Kalisto dumps Blake outside and Sin Cara goes after him with a dive. Blake comes over to help and Kalisto takes them both out. Sin Cara is now legal and he stays in against Blake for a bit and then Kalisto comes back in. They hit the mat for some grappling and Blake stays on top of things for a decent stretch. He eventually brings Murphy in and Kalisto remains on the receiving end of things for a while. Once Sin Cara makes it in, he gets busy pretty quickly but can't put Murphy down for anything more than a near fall. Some double-teaming finally puts the luchador down for the count.

    Result: Blake and Murphy defeat Lucha Dragons.

    Backstage, Sami Zayn gets ready to speak a bit on his title aspirations and he's interrupted by Rhino who doesn't care one bit.

    Jason Jordan vs. Tye Dillinger

    There's a bit of back and forth but Jason Jordan gets on top quickly. He slams Tye down and works him over. Surprisingly, Dillinger kicks out of the pin. Jordan talks smack but Dillinger mounts a comeback. He nails Jordan with a chop and puts him down with a side leg sweep. Then they move to the corner where Tye tries to double down but Jordan tosses him up and into the turnbuckle. After one more power move, Jordan covers for the win.

    Result: Jason Jordan defeats Tye Dillinger via pinfall.

    Here comes the main event…

    Hideo Itami vs. Tyler Breeze (2 out of 3 falls)

    They lock up quickly as the crowd seems like they're really into it. The crowd is really into it with a verbal contingent chanting "Breeze is ratchet!" Hideo gets on top quickly and puts Breeze down with a huge dropkick to get the first pinfall.

    Fall #1: Hideo Itami wins via pinfall.

    The second fall begins and Breeze plays possum in the corner as the ref holds Itami back. He then rears at Hideo and lands the beauty shot, earning the pinfall victory.

    Fall #2: Tyler Breeze wins via pinfall.

    Breeze has control as the third fall starts. He works Hideo over and puts him down for some mat work. Hideo gets out of it and comes off the ropes but runs into a dropkick. Breeze stomps Hideo good and covers but Itami kicks out. They stay on the mat with Tyler in control. Hideo comes back and gets some offense going but he's a little wobbly. Still, he hits Breeze with move after move to keep the scales tipped in his favor. Breeze tries to put Hideo down with a cradle but he doesn't get the pin. A flurry of pinfalls on both sides follow. Breeze tries to end it with the Supermodel Kick but Itami stays alive. They slug it out and Itami peppers him with kicks but misses with the running corner dropkick. Breese misses with the Beatuy Shot and Itami comments with a corner dropkick. Out of nowhere, Tyler connects with a Beauty Shot off the ropes and covers Itami for the three-count.

    Fall #3: Tyler Breeze wins via pinfall. He wins the contest with 2 out of 3 falls.

    Source: http://www.wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2015/0401/592067/wwe-nxt-results/index.shtml
  2. 7/10 for me.

    - Liked Zayn's promo.

    - Rhino vs that jabroni was just too short. But seeing Gore is always nice, though.

    - Bayley vs Emma was okay.

    - Blake & Murphy vs The Lucha Dragons was decent.

    - Jordan vs Dillinger was okay.

    - Tyler Breeze vs Hideo Itami in a 2 out of 3 falls match was a good ME, I liked it!
  3. Don't get the whole Rhino vs No Name match.. had no value.
    T-Breezy vs Itami was legit 4 **** match.
    Good to see Emma found a place back in NXT.
  4. I hate heel Emma with a passion. Her awkwardness in the ring & entrance dropped the rating for me.

    Rhyno vs the Independent wrestler was a nothing. Correct me if I am wrong, but itsn't Rhyno not under contract with WWE? Why would they have him chase the title if he can't even win it?
    They could do so much more with him.

    Everything else but the ME was pretty good
    ME was awesome, about 4.5/5 stars I would say.
  5. He's under contract with WWE. But it's not really a long-term thing.

    He's being used in NXT as an 'enhancement talent'. Having a veteran like Rhino in your developmental territory is only gonna help the guys improve.

    The next veteran who I'd like to see come in is Bully Ray.
  6. Nice to know. I read an article on dirt sheets saying he wasn't. Fuck metsfan4ever.

    Seeing Bully Ray in NXT would be awesome, but if they got a hold of him, I wouldn't be surprised to see him utilized on the main roster.
  7. LOL, MetsFan is full of it. Everything you read from that guy, make sure you take it with a HUGE grain of salt.

    Yeah, man. Bully Ray being in NXT and then on the main roster would be dope, he prolly wouldn't go under the Bully Ray name, but still... It's always a treat seeing this dude.
  8. I don't know, having him return at the rumble and all, I hope he uses the name Bully Ray. Seems dumb not to take that opportunity.
  9. Here's to hoping they take that opportunity, though
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  11. Fun episode. 3 minute opening promo that got the point across and was done, sweet. Looking forward to Sami's retribution. Rhino squashing a geek was fun, Rhino's gonna work Bálor, Sami and Owens I guess and I'm looking forward to it. I enjoy the character progression with Emma, I like the idea here. I think it's still got a way to go but the final result could work. Blake/Murphy are improving, they had a fun match with the Lucha Dragons. So Jordan is the Shawn and Tye is the Jannetty, not surprised. Honestly haven't seen much from either yet but let's see how they go solo. Main event was alright, was surprised Breeze won. I guess he's going to have some program with Bálor or something next so he got the W here, nothing wrong.