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Wednesday WWE NXT results 17th Dec 2020

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Wednesday WWE NXT results 17th Dec 2020

Here are the results from last night’s NXT show

Leon Ruff and Kushida vs. Austin Theory and Johnny Gargano

Leon Ruff and Kushida pose in the ring until the music hits and out comes The Way – NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano and Austin Theory with Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell. Indi is carrying Candice’s trophy that she received from her husband last week. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

Gargano starts off but backs out and tags in Theory before anything happens. Kushida and Theory go at it, going to the mat. Kushida with the upperhand and showing off some. Theory tries to mount offense but Kushida hits an inverted Atomic Drop and more offense to dominate Theory. Ruff tags in and takes over, beating Theory down and going for his arm. Theory and Ruff go at it now with Theory getting some shots in. They tangle in the corner and Ruff nails a dropkick. Ruff is distracted by Gargano, which allows Theory to deck him and turn it back around. Gargano tags in and beats Ruff down, then taunts Kushida.

Ruff counters Gargano and drops him with a kick for a pin attempt. Ruff beats Gargano around now. Gargano fights out of the opposite corner. Gargano plants Ruff face-first. Gargano takes Ruff to their corner and tags Theory back in. Theory with a big chop to the chest, then a big Irish Whip. Gargano tags back in as Theory drives Ruff into his boots. Theory tags back in for a double suplex but Kushida runs interference. A double dropkick takes The Way out, they end up on the floor. Kushida also flies out. Ruff runs and leaps up in the corner to fly out, but he slips and falls, botching the dive for the most part. Theory gets right on Ruff and takes control, bringing it back in. Ruff immediately catches him with a DDT for a 2 count.

 

Ruff tags in and hits a missile dropkick from the top. Ruff and Kushida with double enziguris to Gargano in the corner. Ruff rolls Gargano for a 2 count. Gargano clotheslines Ruff and tags in Theory. Theory goes for a powerbomb but Ruff fights out into the top turnbuckle. Theory rocks him and hits the spinning sitout powerbomb int he middle of the ring for a close 2 count.

Gargano comes in and knocks Kushida off the apron. Ruff fights both opponents off but they double team him, launching him into a double superkick. Gargano covers for the pin but Kushida runs in to break it up. Theory and Kushida brawl now. Kushida rocks him. Gargano superkicks Kushida to the floor. Theory tosses Kushida into the barrier as Gargano barks orders. Ruff rolls Gargano but he rolls through. Gargano gets superkicked into the corner. Theory tags in but Ruff kicks him from the corner, then nails a flying back Cutter to Gargano. Ruff backslides Gargano but doesn’t realize Theory is legal. Theory kicks Ruff in the head and hits This Is The Way to Ruff for the pin to win. ((Wednesday WWE NXT)

Winners: The Way

 

Tyler Rust vs. Tommaso Ciampa

 

Ciampa grabs a steel chair at ringside and sets it up, facing the ring. He then grabs a Timothy Thatcher t-shirt and places it over the chair, an apparent invitation for Thatcher to come out. Ciampa taunts Rust, pointing at the chair. The bell rings and they lock up. Ciampa takes it to the corner and the referee counts for the break. They lock back up and tangle. Rust takes Ciampa down by the arm but Ciampa turns it around on the mat with a scissors.

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More back and forth on the mat now. They trade more counters and holds with Ciampa taking Rust back down and grounding him. Thatcher comes down to the bottom of the ramp as some fans boo. Thatcher stands next to the chair that Ciampa set up for him.

 

Ciampa with a clothesline in the corner. Ciampa with White Noise for a 2 count. Ciampa with more chops now. Rust blocks a shot, kicks Ciampa in the gut, then drops him with an axe kick to the back for a close 2 count. Rust goes right into a submission but Ciampa resists for a 2 count. Ciampa blocks a kick and swings but Rust counters and drives him into the mat. Ciampa fights off another submission. More back and forth now as the brawl continues. Ciampa with a knee to the jaw, putting Rust down on his face.

Ciampa goes for the Fairy Tale Ending but Rust fights and nails a big boot to the face. Rust with a big modified twisting neckbreaker for a close 2 count in the middle of the ring. Rust goes for another submission on the mat but Ciampa resists. Rust locks a hold in and pulls back on both arms, making Ciampa scream out. Ciampa gets his boot on the bottom rope to break it. Rust takes advantage of the 5 count but Ciampa is hurting as they break. Rust with kicks while Ciampa is on his knees now. Ciampa catches a kick, nails big strikes while Rust has his leg stuck on the middle rope. Ciampa unloads with chops. Ciampa with a pump kick. Ciampa charges in with a big knee while Rust is still on the ropes.. Ciampa then hits the Willow’s Bell draping DDT for the pin to win. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

Winner: Tommaso Ciampa

 

#1 Contender’s Match: Kyle O’Reilly vs. Pete Dunne

 

Dunne and O’Reilly go to the mat, still brawling and trading holds. Dunne focuses on O’Reilly’s ankle and keeps him grounded with knees to the back. Dunne bends O’Reilly in a modified submission. O’Reilly turns it around on the mat as they tangle some more. They get up and O’Reilly catches a kick, taking Dunne down but Dunne takes control on the mat. They tangle on the mat some more.

More back and forth on their feet now. Dunne levels O’Reilly with a big clothesline. O’Reilly rolls to the floor for a breather. Dunne leaps out but lands on his feet and misses. They trade counters and Dunne nails a pump kick. O’Reilly counters the X-Plex, jumping on Dunne’s back at ringside. Dunne fights out and goes for the fingers. They trade forearms as the referee counts. They make it back in right before the 10 count at the same time.

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Dunne puts a knee into the hand and then stomps on the hand of O’Reilly. Dunne grounds O’Reilly, stretching and bending him. Dunne stomps O’Reilly in the ribs. Dunne dropkicks O’Reilly in the face while he’s down. O’Reilly kicks from down on the mat but Dunne keeps control, kicking him in the spine. Dunne goes on and hits a neckbreaker. Dunne grounds O’Reilly with another submission in the middle of the ring. O’Reilly finally gets some offense in after more counters in the corner. Dunne comes right back but O’Reilly lifts him into a kick. O’Reilly with more kicks and knees. O’Reilly sweeps Dunne down. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

O’Reilly counters a move and drops Dunne with a Brainbuster. They’re both down on their backs in the middle of the ring as a “this is awesome!” chant starts up. Fans chant “fight forever!” as they get up. They trade more big strikes and O’Reilly knocks Dunne into the corner. O’Reilly with a jumping knee in the corner. Dunne’s mouthpiece is on the mat now. O’Reilly with the big suplex from the corner, dropping Dunne on his head. O’Reilly stomps Dunne’s hand as he goes for the mouth guard.

More back and forth now. O’Reilly and Dunne trade more submissions for a few more minutes. Dunne grabs the fingers but O’Reilly beats him down with more strikes. O’Reilly drops Dunne with a kick to the jaw. Dunne leaps up, stomps the fingers and nails a roundhouse kick. O’Reilly charges but gets kicked in the head again. Dunne with more bending of the fingers and strikes on the apron.

O’Reilly blocks a Bitter End on the apron, and nails a suplex from the apron to the floor. O’Reilly immediately brings it back in the ring, with Dunne draped over the bottom rope with his face down in the mat. O’Reilly goes to the top and nails a flying knee drop to Dunne’s head. O’Reilly covers for the pin to win.

Winner and New #1 Contender: Kyle O’Reilly

 

Indi Hartwell vs. Shotzi Blackheart

 

The bell rings and they go at it. Shotzi with an arm drag. They lock back up and Shotzi goes behind. They tangle and Hartwell slams Shotzi on her face. Indi with another takedown face-first. Shotzi turns it around with a shoulder, then a dropkick. Shotzi focuses on Indi’s arm now as The Way looks on from ringside.

Shotzi continues working on the arm, taunting The Way. Shotzi grounds Indi by her arm now. Indi fights up and out but Shotzi keeps coming. Shotzi drops Indi with an enziguri. Shotzi flies into the corner with a cannonball but she moves and Shotzi barely hits her. Indi works Shotzi over while she’s down in the corner, covering for a 2 count. Indi drops Shotzi with an elbow for a 2 count. Indi keeps control and hits a Full Nelson slam for another 2 count. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

Shotzi fights back out of the corner with a boot to the jaw. Shotzi splashes Indi in the corner and then works her over in the opposite corner. Shotzi with more offense into another corner, leaping onto her back with a senton. Indi goes to the apron for a breather but Shotzi dropkicks her to the floor in front of the announcers. Shotzi brings it back in but here comes Candice. The referee yells at her.

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Candice jumps on the apron and talks trash at Shotzi for the distraction. Theory tosses Candice’s trophy into Hartwell while the referee is distracted. Shotzi turns around to a trophy shot to the gut. The referee sees it and calls the match.

Winner by DQ: Shotzi Blackheart

 

Karrion Kross vs. Desmond Troy

The bell rings and Kross stares Troy down. They go at it and Kross immediately takes him down, mounts him from behind and unloads with strikes. Kross sends Troy to the corner and charges in, and again in the opposite corner. Kross manhandles Troy in the corner and launches him out with the Doomsday Saito suplex as Scarlett watches. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

Kross with a big back kick. Kross with another Doomsday Saito suplex. Kross yells out and applies the Kross Jacket submission on the mat, rolling over to tighten it for the easy win.

Winner: Karrion Kross

 

 

Toni Storm vs. Rhea Ripley

 

Ripley goes for the Riptide but Storm fights her off. Ripley with a big boot to the back, then a kick to the head while Storm is down. Storm dodges a big boot now. They both collide with headbutts at the same time. They go down as a “NXT!” chant starts up. They trade strikes from the mat now, working to their feet. The big strikes continue on their feet as fans cheer them on. Ripley runs the ropes but Storm collides with her. Ripley does the same. They runt he ropes again and Ripley side-steps, then nails a dropkick for a close 2 count.

Ripley goes on and applies her inverted Cloverleaf submission in the middle of the ring. Storm screams out and fights out, launching Ripley into the ropes. Storm charges and flies into Ripley while she’s down. Storm with a German suplex and a bridge for 2. Fans rally now as Storm gets up first. Storm talks trash and the referee warns her to stay off Ripley’s hair. Storm launches Ripley across the ring twice by her head and hair. Storm charges but misses in the corner. Ripley lifts her and drops Storm face-first into the top turnbuckle. Storm still kicks out at 2 and Ripley is frustrated, showing frustration to the referee. (Wednesday WWE NXT)

Ripley with a big leg drop, and another. Ripley with a third leg drop for a close 2 count. Storm fights the Riptide off and hangs on to the top rope. Raquel Gonzalez runs down and gets on the apron but ends up knocked down as Ripley knocks Storm off the apron into her. Ripley laughs as she goes out to bring Storm back in the ring.

Gonzalez sweeps Ripley’s leg from behind on the apron, catches her on her shoulder when she falls to the floor, and then drives Ripley head-first into the ring post. The referee is distracted by Storm. Storm follows up and attacks Ripley, hitting her with the Storm Zero powerbomb in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.

Winner: Toni Storm (Wednesday WWE NXT)

 

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“We are praying to God to answer all our prayers. It’s our right and obligation before all Muslim leaders, politicians, government appointees, academics,” Mr Pantami said in his prayers. “All of us should not fold their arms and watch helplessly how they shed our Muslim brothers’ blood and cheat them in vain.”

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“Just look at how they are killing people as if they are shooting pigs even though they commit a crime, why the extrajudicial killing? Take them before the law for a fair trial.

“You caught someone sleeping and you killed him. If it’s not Muslims that undergo such treatments who else?” Mr Pantami said.

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After about three years of their violent campaign, which largely involved frequent abduction of expatriate oil workers and exchange of fire with security forces, the militants acquiesced to economic solutions and relinquished their arms in a deal brokered by former President Umar Yar’Adua.

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