NXT spoilers: Women’s championship participants announced, former ROH talent debuts, tag team returns Jason Hall/FanBuzz

(Dark Match) TM61 def. Steve Cutler/Wesley Blake with Thunder Valley

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  • Triple H addressed the crowd and called Orlando WWE’s second home.
  • William Regal announced vacant three spots in fatal four way for Women’s championship will be decided in coming weeks.
  • Sanity entered from different parts of the crowd. Eric Young cut a promo on Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly. Says he’s going to take Cole to “the edge of Sanity.”

Lars Sullivan def. Oney Lorcan with Waist-lift side slam

Sullivan wanted to do more damage after the match. Danny Burch ran in to stop him. Burch took Locan to the back

Heavy Machinery def. two developmental guys with the Compactor

Liv Morgan def. Vanessa Borne with a roll up

Kassius Ohno def. Fabian Aichner with a spinning big boot

Mid-match, Aichner attempted an outside five and botched hard. Continued the match without a problem. They redid the spot and he landed it perfectly.

Adam Cole (w/Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish) def. Eric Young (w/Sanity)

Adam Cole comes out with O’Reilly and Fish. Cuts a promo before match and promises change. EY got distracted on the top rope and leapt to everyone on the outside. Cole hit the running knee when he slid back into the ring.

Ruby Riot and Nikki Cross def. Peyton Royce and Billie Kay

The match started as a handicap tag. Nikki came through the crowd midway through.

Lio Rush debuts

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Lio was supposed to wrestle Aleister Black. Crowd was so hot for it. Velveteen Dream attacked Lio during Black’s entrance. Black ran him out of the ring.

Kairi Sane def. Aliyah with the Elbow Drop

NXT Championship match: Drew McIntyre def. Roderick Strong with Claymore

Awesome, stiff back-and-forth match. Crowd was hot throughout. Several near falls. Both men shook hands afterward. Crowd was mostly pro-McIntyre.

Adam Cole and company came out afterward. Cole put his arm around Roddy at the top of the stage. Something was said and then they walked off

Peyton Royce (w/ Billie Kay) def. Nikki Cross and Liv Morgan to qualify for Women’s Championship match at NXT TakeOver: Houston

Toward the end, Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly talked Taynara Conti into interfering. They laughed when she got knocked off the apron, so it could be a set up. She got back up, distracted Nikki and Peyton hit her finisher.

Velveteen Dream def. Lio Rush with the elbow drop

Dream sat in the middle of the ring taunting Aleister Black after the win.

Lars Sullivan def. Danny Burch with waist-lift side slam

The Street Profits (Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins def. two enhancement talents in a squash match

The Profits are extremely over with the Full Sail crowd.

Andrade Cien Almas (w/Zelina Vega) def. Johnny Gargano after several running knee strikes in the corner

Vega distracted Gargano by exposing her DIY t-shirt and Almas took the momentum

Ember Moon defeated Ruby Riot and Sonya Deville to earn a spot in the Women’s Championship match at NXt TakeOver: Houston

Moon hit the Eclipse as Deville had an ankle lock on Riot and pinned Ruby. Refs helped Ruby to the back.

Aleister Black def. Raul Mendoza via Black Mass

Velveteen Dream came out after their entrances and took Black’s coat. He stayed ringside during the whole match and talked trash on the ramp as Black sat in the ring after his victory.

Kassius Ohno def. Cezar Bononi

Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly) vs. Sanity ended in a DQ

Authors of Pain attacked Sanity and left all three dudes laying in the ring. Undisputed Era stood on the stage and stared down AOP.

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