We are in Winter Park, Florida and your announcers are William ‘The Best Announcer in Orlando’ Regal and Tony ‘Universal Soldier’ Dawson.
Tony mentions the issues between his fellow announcer and the man making his way to the ring and Regal would rather not talk about it.
Match Number One: Kassius Ohno versus Derrick Bateman
They lock up and Ohno works on the wrist and he takes Bateman to the mat and gets a near fall. Bateman with a fireman’s carry into a wrist lock. Bateman with an arm bar but Ohno with a kick and wrist lock. Bateman with an arm wringer that sends Ohno to the mat. Bateman with chops and he tries for one too many and Ohno pulls Derrick to the mat.
Ohno with a chop and Bateman with a double leg take down and punches. Bateman sends Ohno into the turnbuckles and he chops Kassius. Bateman with a suplex and he gets a near fall. Bateman with an Irish whip but Ohno goes to the apron. Bateman pulls Ohno back into the ring but Kassius gets to the apron. Ohno with a cravate and then he drops Bateman’s throat across the top rope.
Ohno with a boot to the head and then he continues with more boots and hits a senton splash and a spinning senton for a near fall. Ohno returns to the cravate and he gets a near fall. Bateman with punches to the midsection but Ohno holds on. Bateman escapes and he hits a few drop kicks. Bateman with a clothesline and he gets a near fall.
Bateman with another near fall and back elbow for a near fall. Bateman with a shoulder tackle and a near fall. Bateman sets for the snap mare driver but Ohno escapes and sends Bateman into the ropes and Ohno with a boot to the head for the three count.
Winner: Kassius Ohno
After the match, Ohno stretches Bateman with a cravate and after the second time, William Regal comes to the ring and pulls Ohno off Bateman. Ohno grabs Regal but Regal with a puncht that sends Ohno to the mat.
We go to commercial with Regal wondering what he did.
Renee Young is in the interview area with Bo Dallas. Bo says that Bray Wyatt wanted his attention and he got it. Bray cost him the Tag Titles and the NXT Title. He cannot explain how much he loathes Bray. What he does to Bray tonight, Bray will never forget.
We go to commercial.
We are back and William Regal apologizes for his actions earlier and he says that it was unprofessional.
Match Number Two: Emma versus Summer Rae
Emma with a waist lock and rollup for a near fall. Emma says that she was close to winning. Emma with a waist lock but Summer with a standing switch and she tries for an O’Connor Roll but Emma holds the ropes and then she kicks Summer in the midsection and then she snap mares Summer and dances (or something resembling dancing).
Emma with a cross body into the corner for a near fall. Summer begs for mercy and then she gives Emma a drop toe hold followed by a snap mare and Emma’s legs bounce off the ropes. Summer does it again. Summer gets a near fall. Summer kicks Emma in the leg and then she continues to focus on the leg.
Summer gets a near fall. Summer with a spinning leg drop followed by an Indian Death Lock. Summer chokes Emma while holding on to the Indian Death Lock. Emma with a rollup for a near fall but Summer with a drop kick. Summer stomps Emma in the chest and then she mocks Paige by screaming.
Summer runs into a boot from Emma and Emma moves when Summer charges into the corner. Emma with a clothesline and she gets a near fall. Emma with a sunset flip for a near fall. Summer with a spinning back heel kick for the three count.
Winner: Summer Rae
After the match, Paige’s music plays and Summer realizes that she better get out of the ring if she wants to live.
We take a look back at the Wyatt Family dragging Oliver Grey into the arena during what was supposed to be the NXT Tag Title match.
Renee Young is in the interview area with Adrian Neville. Adrian says that Oliver is going to be just fine. Bray Wyatt and his family is another story. They want the tag titles so bad that they want to put Oliver out. Adrian makes a challenge to face any member of the Wyatt Family. What they did to Oliver will pale in comparison to what he will do to them.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Matt Striker interviews Big E Langston in the locker room and he asks Langston about facing Conor O’Brian for the NXT Title. Langston says that Conor earned his title match by beating two men. Langston says that this is his first title defense and he will make sure it is dominant, destructive, and delicious.
Before our next match, Bray Wyatt has something to say. In his world, there are no clocks. In his world, there is no time. There are no machines or distractions. There are no phones or communication. The women protect the young. They come from the dirt. How far will Bo Dallas go and push the envelope. If he is not willing to make the ultimate sacrifice, you have already lost.
Match Number Three: Bray Wyatt versus Bo Dallas
Bray backs up from Bo as the bell rings. They lock up and Bray backs Bo into the corner and Bray misses a punch and Bo tries to punch Bray but Bray falls to the mat and the referee gets between these men. They lock up and Bo with a waist lock. Bray with an elbow and side head lock.
Bo tries to escape but Bray holds on to the side head lock. Bo with punches to the midsection. Bo with a side head lock but Wyatt with a cross body and Bo is down. Bray gets a near fall and we go to commercial.
We are back and Wyatt with a quarter nelson and chin lock while he sings to Bo. Bo with punches but Bray with a hard Irish whip. Wyatt with a baseball slide but Bo stays on the apron. Wyatt with kicks to Bo’s head. Wyatt with a slam and he gets a near fall.
Wyatt punches Bo and then he sits on Bo and he pulls Bo’s head towards his chest to cut off his ability to replenish the oxygen he has lost. Bo with kicks to get Wyatt to release the hold. Bo with punches and forearms. Bo tries for a sunset flip but Wyatt stays on his feet and Wyatt tries for a splash but Bo moves.
Bo with punches to Wyatt followed by a punch to the midsection and a running punch to the head. Bo with a running forearm to Wyatt but Bray with an elbow and a uranage but Bo kicks out. Wyatt sends Bo into the turnbuckles and then Wyatt with a splash into the corner. Bray leads Bo out of the corner with a waltz but Bo with a forearm and then he hits the belly-to-belly slam for the three count.
Winner: Bo Dallas
After the match, Bo has his back to the ramp and we see Erick Rowan and Luke Harper attack Bo from behind. Harper and Rowan double team Dallas while Wyatt watches. Bo with punches and elbows and then he sends Rowan into Harper and they go to the floor. Wyatt kisses Bo on the forehead and hits the spinning reverse STO.
Renee Young is with Justin Gabriel in the interview area. She asks Justin about his issues with Leo Kruger. Justin says that he used to read about Leo Kruger. He was a part of the South African militia and he has no idea if what Leo did in the military got to him. He wants to face Leo next week and he hasn’t seen anything yet after he deals with Justin.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Ricardo Rodriguez comes out and he introduces the World Champion Alberto Del Rio.
Alberto goes old school with the start of his comments. Thanks to everyone, he is the World Heavyweight Champion. This place is fantastic and amazing. Del Rio says that there is a lot of talent in the locker room. He is sure that back there we have the next WWE or World Champion.
Antonio Cesaro interrupts and he has his flag and a mic.
Antonio says that Alberto is right. The next World Champion might be in the back, but you also have the greatest United States Champion. He is the greatest champion in the WWE but he wants to challenge Alberto to a champion versus champion so he can prove that he is the greatest champion in the WWE Universe. Antonio makes the challenge.
Before Alberto can answer, Dusty Rhodes’ music plays and he makes his way onto the stage. Dusty says that he doesn’t know how they do it in Sweden. Antonio says that he is from Switzerland.
Alberto Del Rio is a guest here tonight. This is NXT and it is our house and Antonio does not make matches. He can stand there with his Sweden look on his face. If he wants a champion versus champion match, he can have one. He will face Big E Langston.
Match Number Four: Big E Langston versus Antonio Cesaro in a Champion versus Champion Match
Langston pushes Cesaro before the bell rings after Cesaro says something to Langston.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Cesaro with a side head lock but Langston throws Cesaro away. Cesaro with a wrist lock but Langston with a shoulder to the boyd and then he works on the wrist and he lifts Cesaro by one hand and then he tosses Cesaro around the ring by the arm. Langston picks Cesaro up again and Cesaro with a kick to the midsection.
Cesaro with a European uppercut but Langston with a hip toss. Cesaro with a series of European uppercuts followed by a kick to the head for a near fall. Cesaro gets another near fall. Cesaro with a chin lock using Langston’s arm. Langston with a punch but Cesaro puts Langston in the corner. Langston with a back elbow and punches.
Langston with an Irish whip but Cesaro sidesteps him and then he goes to the turnbuckles and drives a knee to the upper chest for a near fall. Cesaro leaps onto Langston’s chest and gets a near fall. Cesaro picks up Langston for the dead lift side salto and he can only get a two count.
Cesaro with a sleeper and he gets Langston to his knees and then down to the mat. Langston picks Cesaro up and sends him into the ropes. Langston with a few clotheslines and then he hits a body block. Langston throws up the hand and he connects with five knees. Langston with another body block but Corey Graves goes after Langston.
Winner: Big E Langston (by disqualification)
After the match, Langston with a running body block to Graves. Conor O’Brian attacks Langston and he punches him. Graves joins in and they double team Langston. Cesaro heads to higher ground while Graves and O’Brian attack Langston.
We go to credits.