WWE NXT 2.0 Results (09/20) - Number One Contenders Match, Nathan Frazer Vs. Axiom, Cora Jade Vs. Wendy Choo

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE NXT 2.0" on September 20, 2022!

"The Big Strong Boi" Tyler Bate will take on long-time foe "The Irish Ace" JD McDonagh in a match to determine who the new number one contender will be for Bron Breakker's "NXT" Championship. The two men have come face-to-face on a number of occasions while they were both featured on "NXT UK", and both feel that they have earned themselves a second shot at the title.

Nathan Frazer will square off with Axiom in the second match of their Best of Three Series. The two got to talking to one another on the August 30 edition of the show before Frazer threw out the challenge and Axiom accepted. Axiom won their first encounter two weeks ago, and the question now remains: will he be able to do it again tonight?

Two of the biggest men in all of "NXT" will go head-to-head as Von Wagner faces Sanga. Last week, Wagner interrupted Sanga and his friends, Yulisa Leon and Valentina Feroz after Leon came out of the medical area and revealed that she would be sidelined with an injury for nine months. Sanga took objection to Wagner coming close to swearing in front of the two ladies and challenged Wagner to a match so the pair could settle their issues inside the squared circle.

In the women's division, Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne of Toxic Attraction look to take home a win as they take on Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley. Cora Jade also looks to score a win over Wendy Choo as she enters into the second year of "The Generation of Jade.

We are live! The show begins with a recap of last week's one year anniversary show.

We then head to a video of Solo Sikoa and Carmelo Hayes entering Shawn Michaels' office. He tells Sikoa that he competed in a match that he was not sanctioned to participate in and therefore, the results of said match do not stand. He tells him he has to relinquish his title and Sikoa gives it to him, saying he still has some "unfinished business". Michaels wishes him the best in his future on "SmackDown" as Sikoa walks away. Hayes thanks Michaels and looks to grab the title, but Michaels doesn't give it to him due to his actions last week. He then informs him that he will receive a title shot at Halloween Havoc in a five-way ladder match.

Back at ringside, Axiom heads down as Wade Barrett and Vic Joseph greet audiences at home. Nathan Frazer follows.

Nathan Frazer vs. Axiom In The Second Match Of Their Best Of Three Series

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Frazer delivers a pair of shoulder tackles. Axiom delivers an arm drag, followed by a drop kick and a Northern Lights suplex. Axiom ascends to the top rope and looks for a crossbody, but Frazer hits him with a drop kick mid-air.

Back from the break, the two men are exchanging forearms. Axiom delivers a drop kick, followed by a flying forearm. He goes for a pin, but Fazer kicks out. Axiom delivers an enziguri, then goes for another pin but Frazer kicks out once again. Frazer delivers a super kick, then goes for a pin of his own, but Axiom kicks out.

The two men ascend to the top rope before Axiom sends Frazer to the mat. Frazer goes flying off the ropes, but Axiom counters into the sleeper. Frazer gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the submission. Axiom ascends to the top rope and Frazer meets him there. Frazer hits a superplex and a twisting neck breaker. He hits a Phoenix Splash off the top rope for the win.

Winner: Nathan Frazer

We then head to a video of Alba Fyre, saying she will burn Mandy Rose's empire to the ground. We then head to Rose watching the message as Jacy Jayne and Gigi Dolin walk in and check on her. Rose says she's fine and the trio then head to the ring.

Back from the break, we head to a promotional video for Connor's Cure. We then head to a video of Damon Kemp discussing how he managed to betray Diamond Mine.

We then head backstage to Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley. Nile is furious about Kemp's betrayal and Paxley gets her calmed down before they head to the ring.

Toxic Attraction vs. Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley

Dolin and Paxley begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Paxley delivers a drop kick, but Dolin fires back with a lariat. Jayne tags in and delivers a senton. Dolin tags back in and delivers a forearm. Paxley sends Dolin to the mat.

Nile and Jayne tag in. Nile delivers several forearms, followed by an enziguri. Jayne hits a rolling forearm and sends her out of the ring. Jayne and Dolin hit a double kick to Nile's head for the win.

Winner: Toxic Attraction

Back from the break, we see JD McDonagh and Tyler Bate entering the arena.

The Dyad vs. Edris Enofe and Malik Blade

We then head to Schism, who are waiting in the ring. Jagger Reid says it's time to pick a side and anyone who's not sitting in the shade of their tree has been warned. Rip Fowler says that they will never abandon those who are sitting in the shade. Reid says their mission is to make the world a better place. Gacy says that while change can be scary, ample time has been given to accept it. He says that he has been more than patient with Cameron Grimes and the wrath of Schism is imminent.

Edris Enofe and Malik Blade's music hits and they run down to the ring. They launch an attack on the Dyad and knock them out of the ring, leading to a match between the two teams.

Fowler and Enofe begin the action. The bell rings and Enofe delivers a drop kick. Blade and Reid both tag in. Reid beats Enofe down before tagging Fowler back in. Fowler goes to work on Enofe, but he escapes and tags Blade back in. Blade goes flying over the top rope and takes The Dyad down on the outside.

Back from the break, Reid delivers several forearms to Blade. Fowler tags in and beats down Blade. He delivers a forearm before tagging Reid back in. Reid delivers a pair of elbows before tagging in Fowler. Blade hits him with a couple of elbows before making the hot tag to Enofe. Enofe sends Folower's head into the top turnbuckle, then delivers a running uppercut. He hits a slingblade, but Fowler sends him into the corner.

Blade makes the blind tag. He gets Fowler up on his shoulders, but Fowler manages to roll him up. Enofe counters it into one of his own, but Fowler kicks out and tags in Reid. Reid delivers a Code Red using Fowler's back as a launching pad before the pair hit their finisher for the win.

Winners: The Dyad

Back from the break, we head to a video of Roxanne Perez and Meiko Satomura discussing their match with one another two weeks ago.

Cora Jade then heads to the ring, with Wendy Choo already waiting inside.

Cora Jade vs. Wendy Choo

The bell rings and the two lock up. Jade sends Choo into the corner and mocks her. Choo shoves her and delivers a snapmare. The two exchange submissions before Choo sends Jade to the mat. Choo delivers an enziguri, but Jade then sends her into the bottom rope. She chokes her, then delivers an elbow to her back. She goes for a pin, but Choo kicks out. Jade delivers a double stomp on Choo's spine, but Choo fires back with a clothesline and a belly to belly suplex. She hits a flipping forearm, then delivers a German Suplex. She charges at Jade in the corner, but Jade moves out of the way and manages to hit a DDT for the win,

Winner: Cora Jade

After the match, Lash Legend gets in the ring and delivers a pump kick to Choo.

We then head backstage to Bron Breakker and McKenzie Mitchell. She asks for his thoughts on the number one contender's match. He says that the odds are even, but it's a match worthy of the main event. Breaker says that if he had to choose, he would pick Bate (as he wants to face him again).

Back from the break, we get a video hyping up the debut of Oro Mensah later tonight. We then head backstage to Mensah, who says that he came to "NXT" to compete against the best. He says that Oro means gold and he comes from the country of gold.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams vs. Chase U

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams then head to the ring. Hayes says that vote or no vote, he is the biggest star in "NXT". He then calls for the audio crew, the time keeper and the referee from his match last week to be fired. He says that Solo Sikoa stole something that belonged to him and says that he is still the A Champion.

Chase U's music hits and Andre Chase, Bodhi Hayward and Thea Hail then come to the ring. Williams says that now is not the time for them. Chase says that they have a teachable moment before Hayward and Chase hit Williams and Hayes, leading to an impromptu match between the two teams.

Williams and Chase begin the action. The bell rings and Chase delivers an arm drag to Williams. Williams tags in Hayes and the two beat Chase down. Hayward tags in and Hayes hits him with a chop. Williams tags back in and delivers a suplex. Hayward delivers a shoulder tackle before tagging Chase back in. Chase delivers a leg sweep to Williams before delivering the Chase U Stomps. Hayward tags in and locks in a Torture Rack. Williams manages to escape by tagging in Hayes, who then hits a kick to Hayward's face. He goes for a pin, but Hayward kicks out. Williams tags in and delivers several stomps to Hayward. He delivers an uppercut.

Chase tags in and delivers a chop and an atomic drop. He hits a bodyslam, but Williams fires back with a right hand. Hayes tags in and hits a pump kick, then looks for the Fade Away. Chase counters it into a roll up for the win.

Winners: Chase U

Back from the break, we see Gallus playing cards in a pub. Josh Briggs, Brooks Jensen and Fallon Henley walk in. Briggs says that they should put them through a table as Gallus' security guards surround them and prevent that from happening.

We then head back to the ring, where Sanga is entering. Von Wagner follows.

Von Wagner vs. Sanga

The bell rings and the two lock up. Wagner sends Sanga into the top turnbuckle, but Sanga fires back with some forearms. He delivers some right hands to Wagner's midsection, followed by a sideslam.

The two men spill to the outside and Sanga delivers a clothesline. Wagner sends Sanga into the ring steps, then tosses him back into the ring. He delivers a Fireman's Carry for the win.

Winner: Von Wagner

We then head to a video of Wes Lee. He says that he is medically cleared to compete and states that while he has the option to be inserted into the five-way ladder match at Halloween Havoc, he wants to earn his place in it.

We then head to Tony D'Angelo. He says that Wes Lee will regret not taking the easy way out when he faces him.

Back at ringside, Grayson Waller heads to the ring. Oro Mensah follows.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Cameron Grimes. He says that he will chop down the Schism Tree, put it through the wood chopper and use it as fuel to send himself to the moon.

Oro Mensah vs. Grayson Waller in a Qualifier Match For The North American Ladder Match At Halloween Havoc

The bell rings and Waller sends Mensah to the mat with a shoulder block. Waller locks in a shoulder submission, but Mensah escapes. Mensah delivers a couple of arm drags, followed by the Soul Food. Waller manages to get him up and deliver a German suplex. He goes for a pin, but Mensah kicks out. Waller steps on Mensah's neck, then rains down several right hands. Mensah fires back with some forearms of his own, then delivers a couple of back elbows. He hits a moonsault off the ropes, followed by a kick.

Waller heads up to the ramp to set up for his signature move. Apollo Crews shows up and inserts himself between him and Mensah. This allows Mensah to hit a tope suicida through the middle rope, toss him back in the ring and deliver a spinning back kick for the win.

Winner: Oro Mensah

We head backstage and see The Creed Brothers hitting a punching back and a dummy. They begin bickering about who will face Damon Kemp in singles action next week before Julius agrees to let Brutus face him.

Bron Breakker then heads to the ring, with Landon "The Conqueror" Chase of Connor's Cure.

Back from the break, we get a video hyping up Sol Roca ahead of her debut next week. Commentary then runs down the card for next week's show.

Tyler Bate then heads to the ring, with JD McDonagh following.

JD McDonagh vs. Tyler Bate in a Number One Contenders Match for the NXT Championship

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Bate delivers an uppercut off the middle rope. He looks for an Airplane Spin, but McDonagh counters into a roll up. The two men roll one another up several times before hitting one another with a double clothesline.

Back from the break, McDonagh has Bate in a Boston Crab. Bate makes it to the ropes to break the hold. McDonagh hits Bate with a series of kicks, but Bate sends him straight out of the ring. He delivers a dive over the top rope and sends McDonagh into the commentary desk. Bate tosses him back into the ring and delivers a suplex. He hits a Standing Shooting Star Press, then goes for a pin but McDonagh kicks out. Bate delivers multiple kicks to McDonagh, followed by an Airplane Spin. He goes for a pin, but McDonagh kicks out. McDonagh hits a moonsault off the ropes, followed by a 450 Splash. He goes for a pin, but Bate kicks out. McDonagh then hits a Brain Buster, then goes for another pin but Bate kicks out once again.

The two men exchange forearms with one another before Bate delivers a vicious right hand. Bate goes off the ropes, but McDonagh catches him and sends him to the mat. Bate delivers a left hand as the two men ascend to the top rope. They teeter before McDonagh hits a Spanish Fly. He follows it up with The Devil Inside for the win.

Winner: JD McDonagh

After the match, Breakker and McDonagh stare down one another. Ilja Dragunov's music hits and he heads to the ring to face off with the two men as the show goes off the air.