WWE’s NXT program just held a taping at Full Sail University, and we now have all the spoilers for the next three weeks of shows.
NXT airs exclusively on the WWE Network each Wednesday night, but unlike Monday Night Raw and SmackDown, it is not a live program. NXT is growing increasingly popular, though, especially after the two explosive NXT Takeover: Brooklyn pay-per-views, which were arguably even more spectacular than SummerSlam both times.
The current NXT Champion is Shinsuke Nakamura, who recently claimed the title after defeating Samoa Joe at Takeover: Brooklyn. During this recent taping, Nakamura declares that his reign has begun and that Samoa Joe’s time is over.
Via WrestlingInc, here are all the match results for the next few weeks of NXT shows. Don’t read on unless you want major spoilers:
August 31st Show:
- Tye Dillinger defeats Buddy Murphy.
- Backstage, Tommaso Ciampa talks about Johnny Gargano’s injury. He’s interrupted by The Revival, who begin beating up Ciampa and eventually taking the fight into the ring.
- Steve Cutler defeats Kenneth Crawford.
- No Way Jose defeats Angelo Dawkins.
September 7th Show:
- Liv Morgan defeats Aliyah.
- Shinsuke Nakamura comes out and says that he’s still hurting from his match at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn. He also says that the reign of Samoa Joe has come to a close.
- Asuka defeats Danielle Kamela.
- TM61 defeats Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari.
- Ember Moon defeats Leah Vaughan.
- Shinsuke Nakamura defeats Steve Cutler.
September 14th Show:
- Austin Aries defeats Andrade “Cien” Almas.
- Oney Lorcan defeats Tino Sabbatelli.
- Samoa Joe apologizes, saying that he burned many bridges during his time as NXT Champion. He believes Nakamura is worthy of holding the title but still requests a rematch, which Nakamura agrees to participate in. After they finish talking, though, Joe suddenly attacks Nakamura, who is taken out on a stretcher.
September 21st Show:
- Liv Morgan defeats Rachael Ellering.
- After winning her match, Liv Morgan challenges Asuka to a match for the NXT Women’s Championship.
- Hideo Itami defeats Drew Gulak.
- The Authors of Pain defeat two local jobbers.
- Bobby Roode defeats No Way Jose.