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WWE NXT TAKEOVER UNSTOPPABLE REPORT: BANKS VS. LYNCH, OWENS VS. ZAYN, A NEW DEBUT, WHO IS THE NUMBER ONE CONTENDER, AND MORE

By Richard Trionfo on 2015-05-20 21:48:15
Welcome to PWInsider.com’s coverage of the latest NXT special on the WWE Network. This month’s special is NXT Takeover: Unstoppable. In addition to following the live coverage, make sure to check out Mike Johnson’s blog of the show.

We start off with comments from many different wrestlers and fans about what NXT means to them.

We are in Winter Park, Florida and your announcers are Rich Brennan, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton.

We see the footage that aired earlier on the Kickoff Show and we are given an update that Itami suffered a torn rotator cuff.

Match Number One: Number One Contender’s Match: Finn Balor versus Tyler Breeze

They lock up and Balor with a side head lock. Balor with a shoulder tackle and he gets a near fall. Breeze gets to his feet. Breeze tries to stay away from Balor but Balor grabs the leg and applies a waist lock. Breeze with a side head lock and shoulder tackle followed by a near fall. Breeze with a side head lock.

Breeze with another shoulder tackle but Balor escapes a cover. Breeze with a side head lock followed by a take down. Balor with a drop kick and Breeze rolls to the floor. Balor sets for a dive to the floor but Breeze gets back into the ring and Blor with forearms followed by a chop. Balor sends Breeze into the turnbuckles. Breeze with an Irish whip but Balor goes to the apron when Breeze charges at him.

Balor misses a chop and Breeze knocks Balor off the apron with a springboard drop kick. Balor gets back into the ring and Breeze kicks Balor. Breeze sends Balor into the turnbuckles and he kicks him. Balor with punches but Breeze with a neck breaker for a near fall. Breeze kicks Balor and chokes him in the corner. Breeze with a snap mare and leg drop for a near fall. Breeze returns to the reverse chin lock.

Balor gets to his feet but Breeze pulls Balor back to the mat. Balor with elbows but Breeze with a knee. Breeze with a sunset flip but Balor rolls through and hits a drop kick. Balor with an Irish whip and a running chop. Balor with a baseball slide and Breeze goes to the floor. Balor goes to the apron and connects with a double stomp to the back.

Balor sends Breeze back into the ring and he goes up top. Breeze rolls to the other side of the ring and Balor goes back to the mat. Balor with another chop and then he sends Breeze into the turnbuckles. Balor with an Irish whip and a running enzuigiri in the corner for a near fall. Balor with a dragon sleeper but Breeze with a snap mare and forearm. Balor with Slingblade and he sets for the running drop kick but Breeze with a super kick for a near fall.

Breeze unties the turnbuckle pad in the corner and the referee warns him. Breeze sends Balor into the corner and he kicks Finn. Breeze with punches and kicks but the referee pulls him out of the corner and warns him. Breeze with a snap mare and he misses the Beauty Shot. Balor misses a double stomp and Breeze with a rollup for a near fall.

Balor sends Breeze into the corner but he stops short of the turnbuckle. Balor with a rollup for a near fall but Breeze kicks out and sends Balor into the exposed turnbuckle followed by the Beauty Shot for a near fall. Balor rolls to the floor while Breeze throws a tantrum.

Breeze goes up the ramp and Balor with a clothesline from the side. Balor climbs the scaffolding above the entrance and he hits a splash onto Breeze. They return to the ring and Balor with the running drop kick. Balor goes up top and hits the Coup de Gras for the three count.

Winner: Finn Balor

We see Kevin Owens watching in the back in a room that only has a monitor. Owens walks away.

We have a video package from the NXT shows that took place last week in Philadelphia and Albany.

Match Number Two: Charlotte and Bayley versus Emma and Dana Brooke

Bayley and Dana start things off. They lock up and Dana sends Bayley to the mat. Bayley picks up Charlotte and tags in Charlotte. Charlotte with a full nelson and she tags in Bayley, who chops Dana and Emma is tagged in. Bayley pushes Emma to the mat and Emma goes to the floor. Bayley follows after and Emma puts Dana in front of her. Bayley with a drop kick through the corner and takes both women down.

Bayley sends Emma back in and Bayley goes to the turnbuckles and Dana distracts Bayley, allowing Emma to pull Bayley off the turnbuckles. Emma gets a near fall. Emma kicks Bayley and slams her head into the mat and gets a near fall. Emma works on the neck. Emma with a knee to the midsection and a forearm to the back.

Dana tags in and she kicks Bayley in the corner. Emma tags back in and she kicks Bayley. Dana tags back in and she kicks Bayley some more. Emma tags back in and sends Bayley into the turnbuckles. Emma tosses Bayley across the ring by the hair. Emma with a cross body into the corner and she gets a near fall. Emma pulls on Bayley’s hair and slaps her in the head. Emma hugs Bayley and punches her.

Emma mocks Bayley’s gestures to the crowd and she wooos at Charlotte. Bayley with a suplex and Dana and Charlotte tag in. Charlotte with chops to Dana. Charlotte with a neck breaker and boot to Dana. Emma tries to interfere but Charlotte sends her to the floor. Dana hits Charlotte from behind and tags in Emma. Charlotte with a cartwheel through a double clothesline and Charlotte with a double DDT. Charlotte gets a near fall on Emma. Emma with an elbow to Charlotte and a boot to Charlotte when she charges into the corner. Emma goes up top and hits a cross body but Charlotte rolls through and she applies the figure four leg lock on Emma.

Charlotte bridges back and Emma signals to Dana but Bayley goes under Charlotte for a belly-to-belly suplex on Dana. Charlotte with Natural Selection on Emma for the three count.

Winners: Charlotte and Bayley

We take a look at Sami Zayn’s challenge of John Cena in Montreal on Raw.

They show the most recent NXT signees, including the man with no NXT name, but a number of video packages.

Match Number Three: Rhyno versus Baron Corbin

They lock up and Baron pushes Rhyno away. They lock up and Rhyno with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Corbin with a kick and punch. Rhyno sends Corbin to the floor and Corbin returns to the ring. Rhyno with a kick and clothesline that sends Corbin over the top rope to the floor. Rhyno goes to the floor and he connects with forearms. Rhyno sends Corbin back into the ring and Corbin with a punch.

Corbin with an Irish whip but Rhyno with an elbow. Rhyno goes to the turnbuckles but Corbin knocks Rhyno off the turnbuckles to the floor. Corbin sends Rhyno into the apron. Corbin sends Rhyno back into the ring and he kicks Rhyno in the ribs. Corbin with a hard Irish whip to Rhyno. Corbin with another hard Irish whip to Rhyno and he gets a near fall. Corbin with forearms to Rhyno. Corbin misses a splash into the corner.

Rhyno with punches but Corbin sends Rhyno into the corner and he kicks and punches Rhyno while the referee warns him. Corbin sends Rhyno to the mat and he waits for Rhyno to get up. Corbin goes to the floor and he punches Rhyno in the head. Corbin returns to the ring and he gets a near fall. Corbin with a key lock but Rhyno with punches.

Corbin with an Irish whip but both men bump heads and both men go down. They both get up at eight and Rhyno with a punch but they go back and forth. Rhyno with the advantage and a back elbow and clothesline. Rhyno with an Irish whip and shoulder into the corner. Rhyno tries for the belly-to-belly suplex but Corbin with head butts and a kick followed by a punch. Rhyno with a spinebuster and he gets a near fall.

Rhyno with a belly-to-belly suplex and Rhyno sets for the GORE. Rhyno charges at Corbin but Corbin with a clothesline followed by End of Days for the three count.

Winner: Baron Corbin

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