June 19, 2019
Full Sail University
Winter Park, Florida
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Transcription by Josh Lopez
The Undisputed Era, The Velveteen Dream, Matt Riddle and Tyler Breeze In-Ring Segment:
— WWE (@WWE) June 20, 2019
Adam Cole told you so. He said that in 2019, The Undisputed Era would be draped in gold. This is the start of fulfilling that prophecy. They don’t start at the bottom and hope that all of their hard work pays off. They attack the guy at the top. Do and take whatever they want. If you decide to get in their way, you’ll regret it. They’re going to remake the NXT Universe into an Undisputed Image. This is how the show should start every week, and we see a video with just the Undisputed Era. Not to brag, but it was something Kyle O’Reilly threw together last night. That’s why they run this place.
They have all the power. Undisputed power. This is a message to the NXT North American Champion and the NXT Tag Team Champions. He wants them to be shined up nice and pretty for Roddy, Bobby, and Kyle. They will have all the gold in 2019. They will have all the power and they won’t stop until they get it. Nobody will be able to touch them. No one in the locker room. Not Mr. Regal or Triple H. They will have every piece of power in the company. The Velveteen Dream crashes The Undisputed Party. It’s adorable that you think the Undisputed Era is why NXT has risen to new heights. It’s due to one factor, dream over. You look good with the gold, but Dream looks better.
That NXT Championship would look amazing paired with his North American Championship. Strong scoffs at the notion of Velveteen Dream being the NXT Champion. He doesn’t deserve to be in the presence of The Undisputed Era. Matt Riddle joins the conversation. Riddle has defeated Roderick Strong and the NXT Champion, bay bay. Cole says that Riddle is running his mouth about something he knows nothing about. Riddle is insanely good looking and a stallion. Cole calls Riddle a moron. Riddle is jealous because Cole has held every championship in NXT. He’s jealous because he’s dropped the ball every time a title was on the line.
Riddle can go back to writing about wrestlers from the Attitude Era. That era is over. The fact is your era will never ever come because we’re living in the Undisputed Era. Tyler Breeze appears on the stage. Breeze was in the back listening to all of this while talking to Mr. Regal. He doesn’t care about what’s undisputed or who is better looking, because it’s him. What he does care about is you guys trying to take credit for a brand that he built before any of you idiots were even here. Tonight’s main event will be The Undisputed Era vs. Matt Riddle, Tyler Breeze and The Velveteen Dream in a 6-Man Tag Team Match.
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) June 20, 2019
First Match: Damian Priest vs. Raul Mendoza
Priest drops Mendoza with a Big Boot. Priest with a flurry of bodyshots. Priest with a forearm smash. Mendoza is throwing haymakers at Priest. Priest decks Mendoza with The Ear Clap. Priest with a forearm smash to the back of Mendoza’s neck. Mendoza kicks Priest in the face. Mendoza is trying to build momentum. Mendoza ducks a clothesline from Priest. Mendoza with a SpringBoard RoundHouse Kick. Priest reverses out of the irish whip from Mendoza. Mendoza side steps Priest into the turnbuckles. Priest goes for a Tilt-A-Whirl BackBreaker, but Mendoza lands back on his feet.
Mendoza slides under Priest. Mendoza with a Spinning Back Kick. Mendoza follows that with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Priest launches Mendoza to the ring apron. Mendoza delivers a SpringBoard Missile Dropkick. Priest is pissed. Priest catches Mendoza in mid-air. Priest ChokeSlams Mendoza on the apron. Priest drops Mendoza with a Whirlwind Kick. Priest plants Mendoza with The Twisting Cutter to pickup the victory.
Winner: Damian Priest via Pinfall
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) June 20, 2019
– William Regal informs us that there will be a NXT Breakout Tournament. The winner would get a title match of his choosing at NXT TakeOver: Toronto II. The participants in this tournament are Angel Garza, Bronson Reed, Boa, Isaiah Scott, Joaquin Wilde, Cameron Grimes, Jordan Myles, and Dexter Lumis.
– We get a video package on Mia Yim.
Second Match: Taynara Conti vs. Xia Li
Nice display of sportsmanship before the bell rings. Greco Roman Knuckle Lock. Conti rolls Li over for a one count. Li with a single leg takedown. Li with a jack knife cover for a two count. Li ducks a clothesline from Conti. Standing Switch Exchange. Conti with a Judo Throw. Li with another rollup for a two count. Conti with a judo takedown. Conti taunts Li. Conti avoids a cavalcade of kicks from Li. Li with a SpringBoard WheelBarrow TakeOver. Conti reverses out of the irish whip from Li. Li delivers a ShotGun Dropkick. Conti kicks the left leg of Li. Conti pulls Li down to the mat.
Conti drops Li with a Pump Kick for a two count. Conti with a cocky cover for a two count. Conti kicks Li in the back for a two count. Conti is displaying her frustration. Conti with a clubbing forearm to Li’s back. Conti monkey flips Li across the ring. Conti with a full mount cover for a two count. Conti transitions into a ground and pound attack. Conti applies a bow and arrow stretch. Li gets back to a vertical base. Conti sends Li face first into the top turnbuckle pad. Li dodges The ShotGun Meteora. Li follows that with a leg sweep. Li with Three Big Boots. Li dives over Conti. Li drops Conti with a Spinning Heel Kick to pickup the victory.
Winner: Xia Li via Pinfall
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) June 20, 2019
Third Match: The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, and Roderick Strong) vs. Matt Riddle, Tyler Breeze and The Velveteen Dream in a 6-Man Tag Team Match
Cole and Riddle will start things off. Riddle with two waist lock takedowns. Riddle with a rolling knee-bar. Strong breaks the submission attempt. Cole kicks Riddle in the gut. Cole with a forearm smash. Cole repeatedly stomps on Riddle’s chest. The Undisputed Era starts cutting the ring in half. Riddle fires back with Two Gut Wrench Suplex’s for a two count. Riddle applies a front face lock. Dream tags himself in. Dream with a Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Dream applies a side headlock. Dream ducks a clothesline from Strong. Dream dropkicks Strong. Dream punches Strong from the outside. Strong negates The Double Axe Handle Strike. Strong tags in Fish. Fish with Muay Thai Knee Strikes. Dream is throwing haymakers at Fish. Fish kicks Dream in the chest. Dream decks Fish with a back elbow smash. Dream clears the ring.
Dream with a Running Bulldog. Dream follows that with The Quebrada for a two count. Dream shakes his hips. Dream with a straight right hand. Dream tags in Breeze. Fish drives Breeze back first into the turnbuckles. Cole tags himself in. Cole is throwing forearms at Breeze. Cole says that Breeze doesn’t belong in NXT. Breeze dropkicks Cole. Breeze tags in Riddle. Riddle with a Bridging Fisherman’s Suplex for a two count. Riddle drives his knee into Cole’s ribs. Riddle goes for a Deadlift German Suplex, but Cole blocks it. Riddle drops Cole with a Ripcord Knee Strike. Breeze SuperKicks Fish. Dream wipes out Strong with The Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Riddle with a Running Forearm Smash. Riddle with an Exploder Suplex. Riddle goes for a Standing MoonSault, but Cole ducks out of the way. Riddle hits The BROTon.
Fish drops Riddle with a running back elbow strike. Cole tags in Strong. Strong with a Pendulum BackBreaker. Strong unloads two knife edge chops. Strong with a High Angle BackBreaker. Strong tags in Fish. Fish with a flurry of bodyshots. Fish with a RoundHouse Kick to the chest of Riddle. Fish tags in Cole. Following a snap mare takeover, Cole repeatedly drives his knee into Riddle’s back. Cole applies a rear chin lock. Cole fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Riddle with a High Head Kick. Riddle goes for a Brain Buster, but Cole counters with The BackStabber for a two count. Cole tags in Strong. Strong is putting the boots to Riddle in the corner. Strong with a Belly to Back Suplex for a two count. Strong is raining down haymakers. Strong tags in Fish. Fish with a SlingShot Senton. Fish follows that with a Snap Vertical Suplex for a two count. Fish applies a bodyscissors hold.
In and Out tags from The Undisputed Era. Cole knocks Dream off the ring apron. Riddle with a series of palm strikes. Cole stomps on the left foot of Riddle. Cole with a FakeOut Thrust Kick. Cole goes for The Panama Sunrise, but Riddle counters with a Pump Kick. Breeze and Fish are tagged in. Breeze is throwing forearms at everything that moves. Breeze SuperKicks Cole off the apron. Fish with a Back Kick. Breeze responds with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Breeze fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Breeze connects with The Beauty Shot for a two count. Strong pulls Fish out of the ring. Dream tags himself in. Breeze is not happy. Cole SuperKicks Riddle. Breeze and Dream responds with Stereo SuperKicks. Strong drops Breeze with a Jumping Knee Strike. Strong plants Dream with The End Of Heartache to pickup the victory.
Winner: The Undisputed Era via Pinfall
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