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WWE NXT Results (10/10): Ricochet vs. Adam Cole vs. Pete Dunne

WWE NXT Results (10/10)

WWE NXT
October 10, 2018
Full Sail University
Winter Park, Florida

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

Tommaso Ciampa, The Velveteen Dream and Nikki Cross In-Ring Segment:

The greatest sports entertainer of all time now has the greatest entrance music of all time. If you want to know the best thing about it, it’s that it has brought silence to the sheep. In every walk, there is always one who tries to break away from the pack and craves attention. One who needs to be different. That one is the Velveteen Dream. Dream has the champ’s attention, but he’s gone about it the wrong wrong way. When you start pointing fingers and make accusations. When you stick your nose into things that are not your business. Velveteen Dream comes out to interrupt Ciampa.

All of this is amusing to the Velveteen Dream. Especially the part about Ciampa being the greatest sports entertainer of all time. Since we are on the subject, the Dream does not appreciate his threats. The Dream can only assume because Ciampa thinks he’s a bad man. The Dream believes that the NXT Championship deserves a true experience, not a guilt trip from an angry bald man hiding behind his insecurities. Ciampa may be an angry little bald man, but he has a shiny shiny shiny title belt. Ciampa gets it. The Dream wants what the champ has. You want the main event, the spotlight, and his NXT Title.

Ciampa doesn’t think The Dream believes the words that comes out of his mouth. He only wants attention. Now that everyone is listening, be a man and admit it. Maybe he’s just not tough enough.  Not only is The Dream tough enough, he is man enough. Dream is more man than Ciampa can handle. If you want to find that out, give Dream a moment with him and the NXT Championship. Nikki Cross makes her way to the ring. Nikki throws her jacket down in the ring.  Nikki stares at CIampa and Dream. Cross claims that she knows what Dream and Cimapa did.

First Match: Keith Lee vs. Kona Reeves 

Reeves talks smack to Lee. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Reeves back Lee into the turnbuckles. Reeves punches Lee in the jaw. Reeves paint brushes Lee. Lee with clubbing bodyshots in the corner. Lee with a Double Open Hand Chop. Lee leapfrogs over Reeves. Lee dropkicks Reeves. Lee with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex over the top rope. Lee plays to the crowd. Reeves uses the ring skirt to blind Lee. Reeves drops Lee with a Big Boot. Reeves transitions into a ground and pound attack.

Reeves with a Diving Elbow Drop. Reeves is basking in his own glory. Reeves tells Lee to get up. Reeves applies a rear chin lock. Lee gets back to a vertical base. Reeves fish hooks Lee. Reeves is throwing haymakers at Lee. Lee is pissed. Reeves kicks Lee in the gut. Lee is displaying his fighting spirit. Lee with a running shoulder tackle. Lee plants Reeves with The SuperNova to pickup the victory.

Winner: Keith Lee via Pinfall 

Shayna Baszler & Kairi Sane Video Package: 

William Regal & Kassius Ohno Segment: 

– Next week on WWE NXT, it will be The Undisputed Era vs. The War Raiders For The WWE NXT Tag Team Championship. Plus Nikki Cross will get another shot at Bianca BelAir.

Second Match: Ricochet (c) vs. Adam Cole vs. Pete Dunne in a Triple Threat Match For The WWE NXT North American Championship 

Ricochet and Dunne are double teaming Cole. Cole shoves Ricochet into Dunne. Ricochet is throwing haymakers at Cole. Cole kicks Ricochet in the gut. Cole sends Ricochet to the corner. Ricochet dives over Cole. Ricochet slips over Cole’s back. Ricochet ducks a clothesline from Cole. Ricochet with a HeadScissors TakeOver. Ricochet follows that with a dropkick. Ricochet is playing mind games with Dunne. Cole tosses Ricochet out of the ring. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Cole applies a side headlock. Dunne leapfrogs over Cole. Dunne clotheslines Cole. Back to the collar and elbow tie up. Dunne applies a standing arm-bar. Ricochet reverses the hold. Ricochet with an arm-drag takedown. Dunne responds with a side headlock takeover. Ricochet with the headscissors escape. Dunne avoids a head kick from Ricochet. This leads us to a standoff in the center of the ring.

Dunne drop toe holds Cole to the canvas. Dunne gets Cole in position for The SurfBoard Stretch. Ricochet delivers a Basement Dropkick. Dunne stomps on the back of Cole’s knees. Dunne drops Ricochet with a Forearm Smash. Dunne grapples around Ricochet. Dunne works on his joint manipulation game. Dunne applies a hammer lock. Dunne stomps on the left shoulder of Ricochet. Dunne goes for a short-arm clothesline, but Ricochet counters with an arm-drag takeover. Ricochet with an Modified Texas CloverLeaf. Cole is putting the boots to Dunne and Ricochet. Cole plays to the crowd. Cole transitions into a ground and pound attack.

Cole with a NeckBreaker for a two count. Cole knocks Ricochet off the ring apron. Dunne repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Cole. Cole with a Pump Kick for a two count. Dunne is throwing forearms at Cole. Dunne decks Cole with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ricochet responds with a SpringBoard HeadScissors TakeOver. Ricochet with a Corner Spear to Cole. Ricochet follows that with an Apron Enzuigiri. Ricochet delivers an Asai MoonSault. Ricochet wraps this sequence with a SpringBoard European Uppercut for a two count. Ricochet gets Cole in a fireman’s carry position. Dunne stops Ricochet in his tracks. Cole and Dunne are trading back and forth shots. Ricochet thrust kicks the midsection of Dunne. Dunne fires back with another Step Up Enzuigiri. Cole goes for a German Suplex, but Dunne lands back on his feet. Dunne kicks Cole in the head. Dunne applies a Stereo Single Leg Crab.

Ricochet responds with The Octopus Stretch. Cole with a BackStabber for a two count. Slugfest inside Full Sail University. Dunne with a waist lock go-behind. Cole nails Dunne with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Cole ducks a clothesline from Ricochet. Cole with a Running Knee Strike for a two count. Cole goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Ricochet blocks it. Ricochet with a Vicious Forearm Strike. Dunne attacks Cole from behind. Ricochet with an Axe Kick. Cole responds with a Pump Kick. Dunne lands his third Step Up Enzuigiri of the match. Ricochet with a Running Shooting Star Press on Dunne’s back. Ricochet goes for a SpringBoard MoonSault, but Dunne and Cole counters with Stereo SuperKicks.

Dunne and Cole engages in rockers punches. Dunne snaps Cole’s fingers. Dunne with a RoundHouse Kick. Cole heads to the ring apron. Cole connects with an Apron DDT. Cole is trying to regain some feeling in his fingers. Cole goes for a SuperKick, but Dunne ducks out of the way. Dunne stomps on the injured fingers on Cole. Ricochet hits The 619. Ricochet dives over Cole. Cole SuperKicks Ricochet. Dunne lands a Triangle MoonSault. Dunne rolls Ricochet back into the ring. Dunne with an X-Plex for a two count. Cole and Dunne are fighting for position on the top turnbuckle. Ricochet with a Double FrankenSteiner. Ricochet follows that with a Reverse Hurricanrana.

Ricochet with a Leaping FlatLiner for a two count. Cole has Ricochet perched on the top turnbuckle. Cole rolls Dunne over for a two count. Dunne connects with The Bitter End. Ricochet goes for a Shooting Star Press, but Dunne counters with a Triangle Choke. Ricochet with a pinning combination for a two count. Dunne snaps Ricochet’s fingers. Cole SuperKicks Dunne. Cole delivers The Last Shot. Cole with a Kneecap BrainBuster. Cole goes for The Last Shot, but Dunne counters with an Inside Out Lariat. Dunne with another Bitter End for a two count. Ricochet with a SpringBoard 450 Splash for a two count.

Winner: Still WWE NXT North American Champion, Ricochet via Pinfall 

Check Out Episode 127 of The Josh Lopez Wrestling Podcast 

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