WWE NXT Results (09/13) - One Year Anniversary Show, Steel Cage Match, North American Championship Match And More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "NXT 2.0" on September 13, 2022!

Tonight's show will celebrate one year of "NXT 2.0"! Carmelo Hayes will be putting his North American Championship on the line against either Wes Lee, Von Wagner, or Joe Gacy (as will be picked by fans). Hayes has had a dominant run since winning the Breakout Tournament and cashing in his contract to dethrone Isaiah "Swerve" Scott in October of last year.

Another title match is also set for tonight, as "NXT" Tag Team Champions Pretty Deadly will be defending their titles against the Creed Brothers in a Steel Cage Match (as chosen by fans). The Creed Brothers will surely be motivated to win back their titles after former Diamond Mine ally Damon Kemp betrayed them at Worlds Collide and cost them their belts. Meanwhile, Pretty Deadly look to prove to fans and their peers that they are worthy of being champions following accusations that their win was a fluke due to Kemp's actions. 

Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo will team up to take on Cameron Grimes and a mystery partner. The D'Angelo Family made an appeal to Grimes last week in an attempt to get him to join them. Grimes declined the offer, leading to Stacks sending him through a table. Who will be Grimes' partner?

Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark will take on the team of Arianna Grace and Kiana James. James has had issues with Stark and Lyons over the past several weeks, but found a teammate in Arianna Grace after the two ran into one another backstage. Which team will come out on top?

We are live! Vic Joseph and Wade Barrett greet audiences at home as The Creed Brothers head to the ring. Pretty Deadly follows.

Pretty Deadly (c) vs. The Creed Brothers In A Steel Cage Match For The NXT Tag Team Titles

The bell rings and the Creeds go right after Pretty Deadly. Pretty Deadly tries to escape the cage multiple times, but the Creeds drag them back in. The four men teeter at the top of the cage as Pretty Deadly come close to escaping, but the Creeds drag them back in. Brutus and Julius send Wilson and Prince into the side of the cage. Prince starts to climb the cage, but Brutus delivers a powerbomb to Prince into the steel.

Wilson ascends to the top of the cage, but Brutus meets him there. The two men slug it out with forearms before Brutus sends Wilson's head bouncing off the cage. Julius hits Prince with a Spanish Fly off the top rope

Back from the break, Pretty Deadly are going to work on Julius on the top of the cage. Prince hits Julius with several forearms before Pretty Deadly hits Creed with a brutal double suplex. Brutus hits a suplex on Prince, then hits Wilson with a splash in the corner. Julius gets both members of Pretty Deadly up as Brutus flys off the top to hit a modified Doomsday Device.

Damon Kemp runs to the ring and attempts to scale the cage. Julius meets him there and kicks him down, but Kemp handcuffs Julius to the top of the cage. Brutus hits Pretty Deadly with a couple of clotheslines, then hits a suplex on Prince. He beats them down before noticing what's happening to his brother. He goes to help him out as Pretty Deadly look to take advantage. Brutus goes flying to take them out and as Prince is halfway through the door, he pulls him back in. Julius gets Wilson with his free arm, but Wilson escapes and Pretty Deadly hits Spilled Milk. He goes for a pin, but Brutus shockingly kicks out.

Prince sends Brutus into the side of the cage, then hits him with a knee. Wilson delivers a back elbow before Pretty Deadly hits Spilled Milk for a second time to pick up the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

We head backstage to McKenzie Mitchell, Wes Lee, Von Wagner and Joe Gacy. Mitchell reveals that Lee was selected as Hayes' opponent tonight and he celebrates. Gacy says that he respects the vote before shaking his hand. He walks off to get ready as Gacy says that he isn't hurt by the results, as 'there's more work to be done.'

Back from the break, we head to a video re-capping everything that's happened on "NXT 2.0" over the past year. 

Lash Legend then heads to the ring, followed by Fallon Henley, Brooks Jensen, Josh Briggs and Mason "The Night Howler" Ramirez (of Connor's Cure).

Fallon Henley vs. Lash Legend

The bell rings and Legend delivers a knee to Henley. Henley delivers a drop kick to Legend, followed by a chop. Legend delivers a big boot that sends Henley out of the ring. She follows and sends her into the ring post. Legend tosses her back in the ring, then delivers a few knees and a drop toe hold. Henley delivers a kick to Legend's head, followed by several forearms and a bulldog. Henley delivers an insiguri for the win.

Winner: Fallon Henley

We head backstage to Sanga, Valentina Feroz and Yulisa Leon. Leon walks out of the medical area and says that she will be out with an injury for 9 months. Robert Stone and Wagner walk in and Stone says that they're all depressed. Sanga tells him to watch their language, as there are ladies present and Wagner gets in his face. Stone talks him down and the two walk off.

We head backstage into Fallon Henley, Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs celebrating Henley's win. The trio run into Toxic Attraction. Jensen says that she saw her Instagram and tells her that 'her titles' look amazing. Rose brushes him off and tells him it'll never happen. Henley takes objection to this and says she can't talk to Jensen that way.

Alba Fyre Confronts Toxic Attraction

Back from the break, Toxic Attraction is in the ring. Rose says she is feeling good and looking even better. She says she took out the two best women in "NXT UK" history at Worlds Collide. Jayne says that it's fitting that the three biggest stars on the brand are there for the one year anniversary of the show before Dolin says that they come to mind when fans think of "NXT 2.0". Jayne says that the Women's Tag Team Titles are on a loan to Katana Chance and Kayden Carter. Rose says that Toxic Attraction will continue to pick up wins before telling fans to put some respect on her name.

Alba Fyre's music hits and she heads to the ring. Fyre says that while she may have unified both titles, she knows nothing about where she comes from. She says that they let hard work do the talking in Scotland and says she is spawned from generations of fire warriors.

Fyre attacks Dolin and Jayne with her bat before kicking Rose and delivers an Inverted Double Underhook Facebuster. She ascends to the top, but Jayne and Dolin pull Rose out of the ring.

We head backstage to a video of Cora Jade as she takes fans through her career over the past years. She rags on Roxanne Perez and the rest of the locker room, including Wendy Choo (saying that she's a massive child who needs to go back to her baby room).

We head backstage to McKenzie Mitchell and Wendy Choo. Mitchell asks her for her thoughts on what Jade said. Choo says that Jade is just jealous and is living in her own world. She says Jade has iced everyone out. Lash Legend walks in and asks Mitchell if she saw what happened in her match. Choo tells her she isn't going to interrupt her interview because the last time someone did that, she turned her lights out. She then walks off.

Quincy Elliott vs. Sean Gallagher

Back from the break, Quincy Elliott heads to the ring. Sean Gallagher waits inside.

The bell rings and the crowd cheers Elliott on. The two men lock up before Gallagher slaps Elliott. Elliott delivers several right hands, followed by a back elbow. He delivers a Sit Out for the win.

Winner: Quincy Elliott

Grimes says that this isn't the first or last time his mouth has gotten him in trouble. He says that his partner will be the one man that he can trust: himself.

The D'Angelo Family then heads to the ring.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Wes Lee preparing for his match. Trick Williams tells him that he should give up his match before Carmelo Hayes comes out of nowhere and attacks him. He smashes Lee's hand on the locker before referees break them up.

Cameron Grimes then heads to the ring.

Cameron Grimes vs. The D'Angelo Family

The match begins as a two-on-one handicap bout, with Stacks and Grimes beginning the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Grimes delivers a shoulder tackle, followed by a kick to Stacks head. D'Angelo tags in and Grimes hits him with several kicks. D'Angelo sends Grimes' head into the top turnbuckle before Stacks tags in. He hits Grimes with several kicks in the corner before D'Angelo tags in. He delivers a bodyslam.

Schism heads to the ring as Gacy stands on the apron and becomes Grimes' partner. Grimes hits Stacks with a kick, followed by a back body drop. Grimes looks at Gacy, but decides not to tag him in. D'Angelo delivers a suplex, then goes for a pin but Grimes kicks out. D'Angelo sends Grimes into the corner before tagging in Stacks. He takes Stacks down with a hurricanrana, but Stacks sends him into the corner.

Gacy tags himself in and delivers a splash to Stacks in the corner. He sends Stacks to the mat before Grimes gets in the ring and yells at Gacy. He says he doesn't need his help. D'Angelo drags Grimes out of the ring, but Grimes levels him. Gacy delivers the Upside Down to Stacks for the win.

Winner: Cameron Grimes and Joe Gacy

After the match, Gacy hugs Grimes. Grimes pushes him off and says he doesn't want him. The Dyad attack Grimes from behind, hitting him with their finisher. Gacy then hits his own finisher before placing a yellow tab on Grimes' chest.

We head backstage to JD McDonagh getting a haircut. He says that hygiene is an important part of his process before addressing Tyler Bate and Bron Breakker. He tells Breakker that their issues will be coming to an end real soon.

Bron Breakker Gives An Exclusive Interview

Back from the break, we head to a video promoting Connor's Cure.

We then head to a video of Vic Joseph and Bron Breakker going through Breakker's past year in "NXT". Joseph asks him what went through his head in his first match. Breaker says that he was scared during his first match, but the audience welcomed him with open arms. He says that he's happy he lost to Ciampa at Halloween Havoc, as he taught him to deal with failure. He says that when he did win the title, it was an amazing feeling especially with his father in the audience. He continues on to say that inducting his father and uncle into the WWE Hall of Fame was surreal, but losing to Dolph Ziggler a few hours later sucked. He then talks about his title defences after winning the title back from Ziggler on "Raw".

We head backstage to McKenzie Mitchell and Tyler Bate. Mitchell asks why Bate requested this time and Bate says that while Breakker has had an incredible first year in "NXT", but he's looking for a title rematch. He addresses McDonagh and tells him that if he wants a shot at the "NXT" Championship, then he'll have to go through him first.

Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark head to the ring, followed by Kiana James and Arianna Grace.

Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark vs. Arianna Grace and Kiana James

James and Stark begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Lyons tags in and hits James with a suplex. James grabs her bag, but Grace stops her from using it. Back from the break, Grace has Lyons in a chin lock. Lyons escapes by countering it into a Fallaway Slam before hitting Grace with a forearm and a kick. Stark tags in and delivers a back elbow. She follows it up with a kick and a Frankenstiener. James tags back in and Stark delivers a chop to her, followed by a flying back elbow. James rolls out of the ring and Stark follows her. James delivers a clothesline before tossing Stark back in the ring. She hits Stark with a knee, followed by a back breaker. She goes for a pin, but Stark kicks out. Stark hits a back body drop before Grace tags in. Stark hits a knee, then a clothesline and a kick to her knee. Grace delivers a boot to Stark, then goes for a pin but Stark kicks out. Stark hits the C-360 before Lyons tags in. She hits the Split Leged Leg Drop for the win.

Winners: Zoey Stark and Nikkita Lyons

We then see Wes Lee being checked on by a doctor following the attack from earlier.

Back from the break, we head to Grayson Waller and McKenzie Mitchell. Mitchell announced that the top four nominees for biggest star of the year are Toxic Attraction, Carmelo Hayes, Nikkita Lyons and Bron Breakker. Waller says that fans suck and calls himself the face of the brand. He says that Breakker has been ducking him all year.

Javier Bernal heads to the ring, followed by Hank Walker.

Javier Bernal vs. Hank Walker

The bell rings and the two lock up. Bernal slaps Walker and Walker doesn't take too kindly to this. He tosses him across the ring, then sends Bernal to the mat. Bernal delivers a kick, followed by a back elbow. He looks to send Walker's head into the top turnbuckle, but Walker blocks it. Walker delivers a Thesz Press, followed by a splash and a back elbow for the win.

Winner: Hank Walker

We then head to a video of the best entrances in "NXT 2.0" over the past year. We then head backstage to Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams. Hayes says that Lee is still in the back. He says that fans can't vote on greatness.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams head to the ring. 

Williams said that they are too good to be humble, which is why they're still at center stage. Hayes addresses Wes Lee, saying that he doesn't have what it takes to be the "NXT" North American Championship.

Solo Sikoa's music hits and he heads to the ring. Sikoa says that like he said before, he's next. He then tosses Williams and Hayes out of the ring.

Carmelo Hayes vs. Solo Sikoa

The bell rings and Sikoa fires off right hands on Hayes. He delivers a back body drop, followed by a back elbow. Sikoa hits a splash in the corner, then tosses Hayes out of the ring.

Back from the break, Hayes delivers a kick to Sikoa. While the referee is distracted, Williams sends Sikoa's knee off the bottom rope. Hayes takes advantage and delivers a flying back elbow. Hayes sends Sikoa's knee bouncing off the mat before wrenching back on his knee. He locks in a Single Leg Boston Crab, but Sikoa escapes and fires off right hands. He delivers a superkick, followed by a Samoan Drop and a hip attack. Sikoa delivers a Pop-Up Samoan Drop, then goes for a pin but Hayes kicks out. Hayes looks for the Fade Away, but Sikoa counters into a Side Slam. He hits the Flying Solo for the win.

Winner: Solo Sikoa

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