WWE NXT Recap: Triple H Replaces Rhodes As GM, Ohno Returns, New Tag Title Contenders, More

WWE NXT Recap: Triple H Replaces Rhodes As GM, Ohno Returns, New Tag Title Contenders, More Photo: Nicole (@nicole_rose_54)
Brad Maddox is shown backstage. Tyler Breeze walks up and says he has an idea. As he starts to tell him, CJ Parker walks up and shakes Brad's hand. CJ and Breeze fight over them both wanting to be a part of the tag team division. Maddox tells them to shut up and places them together as partners.

There will be a little tournament thing (they called it a turmoil) to determine what team is the number one contender to Graves and Neville.

Tag Team Turmoil Match 1
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady vs. Tyler Breeze and CJ Parker

Enzo and Parker start things off. They lock up and chain wrestle briefly. Parker airplane spins Enzo. He slams him to the mat and Enzo stumbles around. Parker hit a pair of flying knees to Enzo's chest in the corner. Cassady tags himself in. He hits Parker with a huge spinning slam thing to advance his team.

Winners: Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady

Tag Team Turmoil Match 2
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady vs. Scott Dawson and Alexander Rusev

Cassady and Dawson start things off. Dawson tries to kick Cassady, who catches his foot. Cassady hits a big knee to the gut and clubs Dawson to the mat. Dawson fights back with a back elbow. Rusev comes in and Cassady hits a big boot. Enzo comes in and Rusev hits a Samoan Drop. Dawson comes in and kicks Enzo in the gut. He strikes Enzo repeatedly in the corner. Dawson drapes Enzo across the center ropes in the corner and kicks him in the gut. Dawson whips Enzo and lands a huge Spinebuster. He raises his arms and Enzo catches him with a quick roll up for the win.

Winners: Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady

Rusev hits Cassady out of the ring and attacks Enzo after the match.

Tag Team Turmoil Match 3
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady vs. The Ascension

The Ascension come out while Enzo is laid out in the ring. Back from commercial and Cassady is checking on Enzo in the corner. He turns around to a big clothesline from O'Brian. Victor comes in and hits Cassady with an uppercut. He strikes Cassady in the corner. O'Brian comes back in and attacks Cassady in the corner as well. Victor comes in and gets a two count. He chops Cassady into the corner. Victor charges Cassady, but Cassady hits a back elbow.

Victor fights back and tags O'Brian in. O'Brian hits four running shoulder knockdowns. Cassady counters with a big boot. Enzo comes in and O'Brian hits a flapjack. O'Brian hits Cassady off the apron. He tags in Victor and The Ascension hit their sweep kick/corkscrew flying forearm finisher for the win.

Winners and number one contenders: The Ascension

Bayley vs. Sasha Banks (with Summer Rae)

Renee Young is on commentary for this match. The crowd chants loudly for Bayley and Banks covers her ears, telling the crowd to shut up. They lock up and Bayley backs Banks into the corner. Bayley gives Banks a double high five and Banks comes out of the corner, slapping Bayley repeatedly in the chest. Bayley drop toe holds Banks and goes to work on her arm. Banks fights out and whips Bayley into the corner. Bayley grabs onto the top ropes in the corner and leaps up, but Banks grabs her by the legs and pulls her to the mat.

Banks gets a two count. Banks slams Bayley's head to the turnbuckle. Banks hits a snap mare and then locks in a body scissors with a headlock. Bayley fights out and Banks hits a vertical Suplex. Bayley comes back and strikes Banks in the corner. She hits a leaping forearm and a couple knockdowns. Banks his another chest slap. She locks in a wrist lock, jumps up top and then dives off, flipping Bayley into the corner. Banks charges and Bayley moves. Bayley hits a belly to belly for a near pin fall. Renee Young mentions that Bayley calls it the Hugplex.

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