WWE NXT

WWE NXT Results – August 9, 2017

WWE NXT
August 9, 2017
Full Sail University
Orlando, Florida

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Transcription by Josh Lopez 

Sanity & The Authors of Pain’s Brawl: 

First Match: The Metro Brothers vs. The Street Profits 

Dawkins and Chris Metro will start things off. Collar and elbow tie up. Dawkins applies a side headlock. Dawkins drops Chris with a shoulder tackle. Dawkins leapfrogs over Chris. Dawkins lands a deep arm-drag. Dawkins tags in Ford. The Street Profits connects with a Basement Dropkick/Splash Combination. Ford ducks a right hand from Chris.

Ford connects with a Belly to Back Suplex. Chris lands some bodyshots in the corner. The Metro Brothers are double teaming Ford. Ford ducks a clothesline from JC. Ford tags in Dawkins. Dawkins drops JC with a running uppercut strike. Dawkins follows that with a Spear. Dawkins knocks Chris Metro off the ring apron. Dawkins tags in Ford. Dawkins plants JC Metro with a Pop Up SpineBuster. Ford connects with the Frog Splash to pickup the victory.

Winner: The Street Profits via Pinfall 

Bobby Roode, Drew McIntyre, Roderick Strong and William Regal In-Ring Segment: 

Bobby Roode has personal security to keep everybody safe from a madman named Roderick Strong. Roode would hate for Strong to ruin that big money match at NXT Takeover Brooklyn. He officially welcomes Drew McIntyre back to the WWE. Roode brings up the comments McIntyre made last week. Bobby Roode is entitled? You’re damn right he is. Roode doesn’t need a second chance. From the moment he walked into this company, he said he was going to make a change and be the face of this brand. Roode lived up to every promise he made.

Whether you like it or not, this is his NXT. It’s not McIntyre’s NXT. It’s Bobby Roode’s NXT.  McIntyre was christened the Chosen One. Roode didn’t need to be chosen. Everybody knows that Bobby Roode is simply The One. McIntyre says that Roode is prototype of a champion. Roode’s had one of the best years of any NXT Champion. There’s one big problem with Bobby Roode and his title reign. Bobby Roode is an ass. Roode actually believes all the crap coming out of his mouth.  The higher Roode gets, the harder he will fall when McIntyre connects with The Claymore. At the end of the Glorious Entrance, Roode will be standing across from the new NXT Champion.

Roderick Strong comes down to the ring. William Regal can fine Strong if he wants to.  Strong is not done with Bobby Roode. This is about Roode disrespecting his fiance and his family. This is not about the title or TakeOver Brooklyn. Strong wants to fight. Roode wants Strong to shut up.  If Strong wants a fight, he’ll get a fight. All Strong has to do is go through Drew McIntyre first.  If Roderick Strong defeats Drew McIntyre, he’ll go on to face Bobby Roode at NXT TakeOver Brooklyn III.  Regal says that he’s the one who makes the matches around here. McIntyre knows the games that Roode is trying to play. McIntyre will fight anybody, anywhere, any time. He’ll fight Strong next week and then four days later, he’ll become the brand new NXT Champion.  Roode says that we’re all supposedly NXT, so let’s make the the match official. Regal is all about giving the NXT Universe what they want so next week, Drew McIntyre faces Roderick Strong and if Strong wins, he faces Roode after NXT Takeover Brooklyn. Roode says that this match will be glorious.

Second Match: Danny Burch vs. Oney Lorcan 

Collar and elbow tie up. Burch backs Lorcan into the turnbuckles. Lorcan lands a single leg takedown. We have a stale mate in the corner. Lorcan connects with a liver shot. Back to the collar and elbow tie up. Burch applies a standing cravate. The feeling out process continues. Burch goes back to the cravate. Burch drops Lorcan with a shoulder tackle. Lorcan goes for a leapfrog, but Burch counters with a flap jack. Burch and Lorcan are trading back and forth european uppercuts. Lorcan plants Burch with a Running Alabama Slam into the turnbuckles for a two count.

Lorcan connects with a belly to back suplex for a two count. Lorcan lands a series of knife edge chops. Lorcan follows that with a running back elbow strike. Burch responds with a Missile Dropkick. Burch connects with the Body Avalanche. Burch goes for a Draping Stunner, but Lorcan counters with a full nelson lock. Burch with a Release German Suplex. Burch follows that with a Hook Lariat for a two count. Burch goes for a vertical suplex, but Lorcan blocks it. Burch plants Lorcan with the Tower of London for a two count. Lorcan explodes out of the corner with the european uppercut. Lorcan connects a running blockbuster for a two count. After another uppercut/lariat exchange, Burch lands a high knee strike. Burch starts slapping Lorcan in the face. Lorcan drops Burch with a double leg takedown. Lorcan locks in the Boston Crab. Burch rolls Lorcan over to pickup the victory. After the match, Lorcan shakes hands with Burch.

Winner: Danny Burch via Pinfall 

Third Match: Andrade Cien Almas w/Zelina Vega vs. No Way Jose 

Collar and elbow tie up. Almas with a waist lock go-behind. Jose is grinding his hips. Almas rolls himself out of the ring. Zelina calms Almas down. Almas kicks Jose in the gut. Almas applies a side headlock. Almas drops Jose with a shoulder tackle. Jose leapfrogs over Almas. Jose connects with a Flap Jack. Jose reverses out of the irish whips. Jose lands an arm-drag takeover.

Jose telegraphs a back body drop. Jose kicks Almas out of the ring. Almas wants some tranquilo, but Zelina tells him no. Almas goes into a ground and pound attack. Almas slaps Jose in the chest. Jose fires off a series of bodyshots. Jose goes for a belly to back suplex, but Almas lands back on his feet. Almas is forearming Jose in the corner. Almas connects with a Running Double Knee Strike. Almas plants Jose with the HammerLock DDT to pickup the victory. After the match, Andrade Cien Almas accepts Johnny Gargano’s open challenge for NXT TakeOver Brooklyn III.

Winner: Andrade Cien Almas via Pinfall 

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