WWE NXT Results (11/15) - Two Championship Matches, North American Title Contract Signing, Shawn Michaels Makes Huge Announcement

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE NXT" on November 15, 2022!

Bron Breakker will be putting his "NXT" Championship on the line tonight against Von Wagner (with his manager Mr. Stone at ringside). Wagner made his intentions of capturing gold crystal clear after blindsiding Wagner with an attack following his match for the "NXT" Tag Team Championships a couple of weeks ago. The following week, the two stood toe-to-toe on "The Grayson Waller Effect", which turned into a heated verbal exchange between them. Will Breakker be able to hold on to his title, or will a new champion be crowned?


Another major championship match is set to go down tonight, as "NXT" Women's Champion Mandy Rose will be defending her title against Alba Fyre in a Last Woman Standing Match. The pair have been involved in an increasingly bitter feud over the past several weeks, with Fyre attacking Gigi Dolin at Rose's One Year Anniversary celebration two weeks ago and Jacy Jayne in her car last week to get to Rose. What will happen when the pair collide for a second time?

"NXT" North American Champion Wes Lee will come face-to-face with Carmelo Hayes as the pair will sign the contract for their upcoming title match. Hayes has had his sights set on Lee and the North American Championship since losing it to Solo Sikoa several weeks ago. In addition, Shawn Michaels has a "huge announcement" for the WWE Universe ahead of the upcoming Deadline premium live event on December 10. "The Irish Ace" JD McDonagh will also be squaring off with Apollo Crews as the two look to put their issues to rest.


We are live! Booker T and Vic Joseph greet audiences at home as Von Wagner and Mr. Stone head to the ring. Bron Breakker follows.

Bron Breakker (c) vs. Von Wagner for the NXT Championship

The bell rings and Wagner shoves Mr. Stone into Breakker, allowing Wagner to hit him with a big boot. He whips him into the corner, then delivers a back elbow. Breakker fires back with a shoulder tackle, then tosses Wagner across the ring before delivering a Frankensteiner. Wagner sends Breakker's head bouncing off the top rope, then delivers an elbow drop and a right hand. Breakker hits a delayed vertical suplex, then follows it up with a clothesline.


Back from the break, Wagner delivers a side suplex to Breakker that sends him to the outside. Wagner sends him into the ring steps, then chokeslams him on top of them. Wagner beats Breakker down before Breakker delivers a shoulder block off the top rope. He hits a pair of shoulder tackles, but Wagner gets him up on his shoulders and plants him with a modified Death Valley Driver. He goes for a pin, but Breakker kicks out. Wagner argues with the referee as Breakker gets back to his feet. He delivers a spear for the win.

Winner (and still): Bron Breakker

We then head to a video hyping up the Last Woman Standing Match between Mandy Rose and Alba Fyre later tonight.

We Hear From Zoey Stark

Stark says her back feels so much lighter now that she doesn't have to carry Nikkita Lyons on her back. She says that she came back from her injury in July "like a bat out of hell." She says that she was then called into a meeting where she was informed that officials wanted her to team with Lyons in the Women's Tag Team Tournament. She says she held great pride in representing "NXT", but they never made it that far after Stark was not medically cleared. She says Lyons told her she wasn't angry at her for being injured and says once she was healthy again, she carried Lyons. Stark says that when she held the tag team titles in her hands, she knew what she needed to do and throws it to a video of her attack on Lyons.


Stark continues on to say that she helped everyone, but the more she did that, the more they clung to her. She says she's tired of it and she's now part of the problem rather than the solution. She says she busted her ass to be in the ring and says "screw you" to everyone cheering her on because they're the same people who like Lyons. She says "NXT" is no longer about the future, but about Zoey Stark. She says she is undeniable and says she is the hunter to all of the prey in the locker room.

We head backstage to Andre Chase in his office. Duke Hudson walks in and says Chase wanted to see him. He sits down and Chase asks him why he threw in the towel last week. Hudson says the truth is that he couldn't stand to watch Chase in so much pain. He says he's a fantastic educator, but knows nothing about quitting. He says if Chase goes down, then they all go down. He says that if people want to say that he cares about Chase U, then good.


Back from the break, we head backstage to Bron Breakker. Apollo Crews approaches him and says he came back to "NXT" for one reason. He tells him to watch him tonight.

Back at ringside, Indus Sher (Veer Mahaan and Sanga) head to the ring, with George Cannon and Ariel Dominguez already waiting inside.

Indus Sher vs. Ariel Dominguez and George Cannon

Sanga and Cannon begin the action. The bell rings and Sanga plants him. He sends him bouncing off the top rope, then delivers a chokeslam and tags in Mahaan. The pair deliver a double splash to Cannon before Sanga whips him into the corner and forces Dominguez to tag in. He tosses him into the ring, then slaps him across the face. Sanga tags back in and the pair deliver a double splash to him. He delivers a pair of bodyslams to Dominguez, then tags in Mahaan. Mahaan delivers an elbow drop, then tags Sanga back in. Sanga beats him down, then tags in Mahaan. Mahaan delivers a cutter for the win.


Winners: Indus Sher

After the match, Indus Sher grab a mic. They say they have a great respect for The Creed Brothers, but they aren't respected by the same way in America. They say the only way to gain the respect they want is by destroying them.

We head backstage to The Creed Brothers. They call Indus Sher delusional and say they will overcome them. Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley walk in. Nile tells them not to worry about Indus Sher, but Julius says they have to take them out because they called them out.

Back at ringside, JD McDonagh heads down, followed by Apollo Crews.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Wendy Choo and McKenzie Mitchell. Mitchell asks Choo for her thoughts on Cora Jade's comments last week and Choo says Jade will always be a child that will never change. She says that Jade is trying to open old wounds, but she likes to be fun. Jade tells her she wants her to wait a week in the mirror after she gives her two black eyes.


JD McDonagh vs. Apollo Crews

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before McDonagh delivers an arm drag and a chop. He hits several kicks on Crews' midsection before Crews fires back with a pair of chops. He follows it up with a back body drop, then knocks McDonagh out of the ring. Crews sends McDonagh into the announce desk.


Back from the break, McDonagh delivers a back suplex. Crews fires back with a moonsault, then delivers a splash in the corner followed by a pair of powerbombs. McDonagh delivers a stomp to Crews' back, but McDonagh sends him to the outside and delivers a moonsault. He tosses Crews back in the ring, then ascends to the top. Crews meets him there and delivers a modified superplex.

The two men exchange chops before McDonagh rolls up Crews. Crews reverses the fall, but McDonagh kicks out. McDonagh delivers a Spanish Fly, followed by a headbutt. Crews looks for a powerbomb, but McDonagh plants him with a sunset flip. He sends Crews' face bouncing off the top rope, then ascends to the top and looks to go flying. Crews rolls out of the way and delivers a uranage-chokeslam combination move for the win.


Winner: Apollo Crews

After the match, Bron Breakker heads to the ring and stares down Crews.

We head to the Toxic Attraction Lounge, where Mandy Rose is standing by with McKenzie Mitchell. Rose says she has overcome all of the odds despite the haters because she is a one in a billion superstar. She says the title will stay with her after she is the last woman standing.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Javier Bernal and McKenzie Mitchell. He says he's learned that he needs to seize opportunities and start making challenges. He calls out Axiom, but Mitchell cuts him off and says Axiom is not medically cleared. Bernal calls out Ilja Dragunov, and Mitchell then informs him that he's not medically cleared. He then calls out Gallus, but Mitchell reminds him that they're suspended. Bernal calls Mitchell part of the problem and walks off.

We then head to ringside, where Booker T introduces Carmelo Hayes, Trick Williams and Wes Lee.

Wes Lee and Carmelo Hayes Sign The Contract For Their Upcoming North American Championship Match

Melo tells Booker that it is an honor to be in the ring with him. Booker thanks him and asks Melo how he feels about having the chance to become a three time North American Champion. Melo says he has no doubt Lee can go all the way, but he starts where Lee's limit is. He says that the best time in his life will be over next week after their match. Williams chimes in and says Lee has nothing on Melo. He says it will be his first and last title defense.


Booker asks Lee what he's willing to do to walk out as champion. Lee says everyone knows how hard he worked in order to earn the North American Championship. He says he played the hand the universe gave him really well, and he'll solidify the man he's become next week. He says he'll risk everything to keep hold of his title.

Booker gives the contract to Melo and he signs it. He then gives the contract to Lee and he does the same. Booker says the match is official for next week and asks fans if they're ready. Melo says he'll beat him down in front of fans and no one will do anything. They almost come to blows, but Booker calms them down and tells them to wait until next week.

Josh Briggs, Brooks Jensen and Fallon Henley then head to the ring. 


Back from the break, we head backstage to Edris Enofe, Malik Blade and Odyssey Jones. Jones asks Blade why he's wearing a sweater vest and Blade says he's wearing it in honor of his father, who recently passed away.

Back at ringside, Schism heads to the ring.

The Dyad vs. Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen

Jensen and Fowler begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Jensen delivers an arm drag, followed by a drop kick. Reid tags in and delivers a right hand to Jensen's face. He plants Reid, then tags in Briggs. Briggs beats him down, then tags Jensen back in. He plants Reid with a shoulder tackle, then tags in Briggs. Briggs delivers a forearm, then tags Jensen back in. Fowler tags in and delivers a series of right hands to Jensen. Briggs tags back in and delivers a back breaker to Fowler. He ascends to the top, then delivers a flying lariat and a splash. Kiana James runs down to the ring and provokes Henley on the outside, which leads to Henley leveling James with a slap. This allows Reid to take advantage and tag in before he and Fowler hit a double code breaker for the win.


Winners: The Dyad

Shawn Michaels Announces The Iron Survivor Challenge Match For NXT: Deadline

Back from the break, we head to a video from Shawn Michaels. He announces a new match for Deadline: The Iron Survivor Challenge. He says there will be one for the men and women. Five competitors will be in each and two superstars will begin the match. Competitors will enter the match in five minute intervals, where the goal is for them to obtain as many pinfalls and submissions as possible. Those who are pinned or tap out will be sent to the penalty box for 90 seconds afterwards, and the winner becomes the new number one contender for the "NXT" and "NXT" Women's Championships.


Back at ringside, Indi Hartwell and Tatum Paxley are waiting inside.

Indi Hartwell vs. Tatum Paxley

The bell rings as the lights turn off for a quick second and Hartwell delivers a bodyslam to Paxley. Paxley fires back with a drop kick, but Hartwell plants her and delivers a clothesline. She hits a right hand, but Paxley trips her and delivers a forearm. She sends her into the top turnbuckle face first, then delivers a clothesline, followed by a neck breaker. Hartwell delivers a knee to Paxley's back, then follows it up with her finisher for the win.


Winner: Indi Hartwell

We then recieve the following message from SCRYPTS:

"Your cameras couldn't catch me. I got past your guards with ease. Now that I'm here, everything after this will only be a breeze. Because I'm fast as lightning, smarter than you think. Moves are incredible, you miss it if you blink. Next week, you will see that you and I aren't the same. So tell me, who's the first to play a little game?"

Mandy Rose (c) vs. Alba Fyre in a Last Woman Standing Match for the NXT Women's Championship

The bell rings and Rose jumps out of the ring. Fyre follows her before Fyre delivers a tope suicida. Rose sends Fyre into the apron gut first before Fyre sends her into the ring post and the barricade. Fyre grabs a couple of chairs and a toolbox from under the ring. Rose body slams her onto one of the chairs, then kicks her knee. She looks for a Bicycle Knee, but Fyre holds up a chair and Rose collides with it. She locks in a Single Leg Boston Crab. 


Back from the break, Fyre delivers a pair of clotheslines and a kick to her head. She hits a Tornado DDT, then sends Rose to the outside and takes her out. Fyre pulls a ladder out from under the ring and hits Rose with it. She sets it up into the corner and Rose sends her crashing into it. She hits Fyre with it several times while Fyre is pinned between it and the barricade. The referee begins a ten count, but Fyre gets up at seven. Rose sets up a trash can in the ring before Fyre sends her into it spine first. The referee begins a ten count and Rose gets up at eight. Rose sends Fyre out of the ring, then tosses her over the barricade and hits her with a forearm. Fyre returns the favor before Rose sends her over the other side of the barricade and into the ring steps. The referee begins a ten count and Fyre gets up at none. 


Rose looks to go flying, but Fyre catches her with a super kick and sends her into the apron. She hits Rose with her baseball bat, then sends up a ladder next to the announce desk. She places Rose on top of the desk, then climbs up the ladder. Isla Dawn shows up out of nowhere on top of the ladder with Fyre and spits mist into Fyre's face. She pushes her off the ladder and into the desk. The referee begins the ten count as Rose gets to her feet, but Fyre does not.

Winner (and still): Mandy Rose

The lights begin to turn on and off as Dawn sits tall on top of the ladder.