WWE NXT Results (12/13) - New Women's Champion Crowned, Lyra Valkyria Debuts, We Hear From New Day

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results of "WWE NXT" on December 13, 2022!

The fallout from "NXT Deadline" begins as winners of the Men's and Women's Iron Survivor Challenges, Grayson Waller and Roxanne Perez respectively, will be appearing on tonight's show. Waller overcame Carmelo Hayes, Axiom, Joe Gacy, and JD McDonagh to face Bron Breakker at "New Year's Evil" in January while Perez defeated Cora Jade, Indi Hartwell, Kiana James, and Zoey Stark to earn herself a shot at Mandy Rose's "NXT" Women's Championship at the same show.

Rose's Toxic Attraction teammates Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne will be in action tonight, as they are set to take on Diamond Mine's Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley. The four women came face-to-face with one another at "Deadline" in a backstage encounter that ended in a physical altercation.

Lyra Valkyria will be making her debut on "NXT" tonight after weeks of vignettes teasing her debut. Valkyria wrestled on the "NXT UK" brand under the moniker of Aoife Valkyrie, and competed against the likes of Amale, Nina Samuels, Isla Dawn, Meiko Satomura, and Jinny. She had previously appeared on a pair of "NXT" house shows in February 2020.

The new "NXT" Tag Team Champions New Day will be appearing on "NXT" for the first time since dethroning Pretty Deadly this past Saturday. Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston's win makes them Triple Crown Champions (having previously held both the "Raw" and "SmackDown" Tag Team Champions), and will be their first reign as the titleholders.

Additionally, two other matches are set for tonight's show, as the dominant Von Wagner will go head-to-head with Odyssey Jones and Chase U's Duke Hudson will be squaring off with former Diamond Mine member Damon Kemp.

We are live! Vic Joseph and Booker T greet audiences at home as Roxanne Perez waits in the ring.

Roxanne Perez and Grayson Waller Get Into A Verbal Exchange

Perez thanks fans as we see a jeep pulling up to the arena. Grayson Waller gets out and tells the camera person to keep the camera on him because it's his time. He heads to ringside through the crowd while he gloats about winning the Men's Iron Survivor Challenge. Perez yells at him and tells him to shut up. She says he wasn't the only Iron Survivor and says she became one before he did from the number one spot. Waller says she was only first because she had to get ready for bedtime. Waller says she was right about one thing: it was the biggest win of both of their careers, but that's sad because it means she peaked at 21.

Bron Breakker's music hits and he heads to the ring. He defends Perez and she went the full twenty five minutes. He says no one gives a damn what he thinks because Perez is the future "NXT" Women's Champion. Waller asks how his jaw is feeling and says it's not about how many minutes, but how many falls. He says he will outsmart him at "New Year's Evil" and take the "NXT" Championship from him. Breakker goes after Waller and chases him out of the arena before Mandy Rose attacks Perez in the ring and clocks her with the "NXT" Women's Championship.

We then head to a video of JD McDonagh being checked on in the medical office. The doctor looks to read him his results, but he lists off his injuries. McDonagh then calls over The Creed Brothers and Julius says they were good to go at "Deadline", but McDonagh had to stop the match from happening by injuring him. Brutus says he's going to hurt him for injuring Julius.

We then head back to ringside. Perez tells Rose to put her title on the line tonight rather than waiting until "New Year's Evil", and Rose accepts her challenge.

Wes Lee vs. Channing Stacks Lorenzo

We head backstage and see Stacks attacking Wes Lee as Tony D'Angelo watches on. The two men spill out to ringside as Lee hits Stacks with a right hand. The bell rings and Lee delivers an uppercut. He hits a bulldog, but Stacks fires back with a neckbreaker and a kick to his head. He delivers a back elbow, then goes for a pin but Lee kicks out. Lee delivers a tijeras and a dropkick, then follows it up with a cannonball.

Back from the break, Lee sends Stacks into the middle turnbuckle face first. Lee ascends to the top rope, but Stacks pulls him down and delivers several elbow drops. He hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, then locks in a Single Leg Boston Crab. Lee escapes and Stacks delivers a backbreaker. Lee fires back with a side suplex, then delivers a series of right hands and a back elbow. He delivers a snapmare and a dropkick to his spine, followed by a German suplex. He delivers the Pele Kick 3 for the win.

Winner: Wes Lee

After the match, Dijak heads to the ring and stares down Lee. D'Angelo takes advantage of the distraction and delivers a lariat to the back of his neck, the plants him.

We head backstage and see Andre Chase and Thea Hail catching Duke Hudson shaking Drew Gulak's hand. Chase asks Hudson what he's doing and tells him he was right about Hail taking on Isla Dawn last week. Hail asks Hudson if he's transferring and Hudson says no.

Back at ringside, Katana Chance and Kayden Carter join commentary. Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley head to the ring, followed by Toxic Attraction. 

Toxic Attraction vs. Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley

Nile and Jayne begin the action. The bell rings and Nile fires off several kicks on Jayne. Jayne fires back with a superkick, then tosses Nile to the outside and delivers a cannonball off the apron. Jayne tosses Nile back in the ring, then tags in Dolin. Nile fires off several right hands on her, then delivers a DDT. Jayne tags back in and Nile delivers a right hand to Jayne. Jayne tosses Nile onto Chance and Carter before Carter and Chance pull Toxic Attraction out of the ring and cause a disqualification.

Winners: N/A (via disqualification)

After the match, Toxic Attraction, Chance, Carter, Nile, and Paxley begin to brawl with one another.

We head backstage to Fallon Henley, Josh Briggs, and Brooks Jensen. Henley gets off the phone with her father and Briggs checks in with her. Henley says things will be fine, but it's been a tough week for her. Briggs and Jensen tell her they've got her back and say their luck will change in 2023.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes. Williams is looking at his phone and asks why people are talking about his loss at "Deadline". Hayes says that if the match had been 5 minutes linger, he would've won. Williams shows him a picture of Axiom flying off the penalty box and his reaction. The pair agree they aren't going down like that, and tells Williams to send him the picture.

Back at ringside, Von Wagner and Mr. Stone waits in the ring as Odyssey Jones, Edris Enofé and Malik Blade head down.

Von Wagner (w/ Mr. Stone) vs. Odyssey Jones (w/ Edris Enofé and Malik Blade)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Wagner delivers a knee, then looks for a shoulder tackle. Jones no-sells them and delivers a chop block. Wagner fires back with a series of kicks, then delivers a lariat to the back of his head. Jones delivers a splash in the corner, followed by a massive slam. On the outside, Stone distracts Blade as Enofé delivers a kick to Wagner's face. Jones delivers a crossbody for the win.

Winner: Odyssey Jones

We head backstage to McKenzie Mitchell and Javier Bernal. He asks him about his upcoming match with Ikemen Jiro, and Bernal says he will prove himself to "big body bandits."

Back from the break, Javier Bernal waits in the ring as Ikemen Jiro heads down.

Ikemen Jiro vs. Javier Bernal

The bell rings and the two lock up. Jiro delivers a shoulder tackle, followed by a vicious right hand. Bernal delivers a lariat, then plants him with a bulldog and a sliding lariat. He fires off several right hands, then follows it up with a back elbow. The two men spill to the outside before Jiro goes flying and takes him down with a kick off the top rope. He tosses him back in the ring, then delivers a series of right hands. Jiro delivers an enziguri, then ascends to the top rope and delivers a hurricanrana. He follows it up with a running knee for the win.

Winner: Ikemen Jiro

After the match, Scrypts attacks Jiro and steals his jacket. He delivers a flip off the top rope.

Back from the break, we head to a video from Wendy Choo reflecting on her issues with Cora Jade and why she took it so hard when Jade threw her drink into her face.

Back at ringside, New Day head down.

We Hear From New Day

Woods introduces them as the new "NXT" Tag Team Championships and Triple Crown Champions. Woods congratulates Kingston on being the first singles and tag team Triple Crowner, as well as tying Booker T's reign for having the most tag team title reigns in history at fifteen. Woods says this is a full circle moment for him, as he was in "NXT" when it started and had the first match on the brand against Big E. He says the fact he never had a chance to hold an "NXT" Championship never sat right with him, but look at him now. They celebrate.

Pretty Deadly cut them off and Elton Prince says they ruined everything. Woods says they didn't ruin their Christmas because Santa is in the audience, and says they've had a rough week before listing everything that's gone wrong. Prince tells them to stop talking and Woods asks if they want a rematch. Kingston says they're talented and says he's excited to see what's in their future, but they have one small thing to do before they have their rematch: recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs head to the ring with an American Flag in hand. Briggs says if they get a title shot for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Briggs, Jensen, and New Day recite it. New Day grants Briggs and Jensen a title match for next week.

JD McDonagh then heads to the ring, followed by The Creed Brothers. 

Back from the break, we head backstage to the women's locker room. The women talk about the Women's Iron Survivor Challenge match at "Deadline". Elektra Lopez then trash talks Indi Hartwell before Hartwell comes out of nowhere and attacks her.

JD McDonagh vs. Brutus Creed (w/ Julius Creed)

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before McDonagh fires off several chops and a dropkick. Brutus no-sells the moves and delivers a vicious right hand. McDonagh tosses Brutus to the outside, then delivers a dropkick off the apron. He sends his arm crashing into the announce desk and the apron, then tosses him back in the ring and delivers an ax handle. Brutus tosses McDonagh to the outside, but McDonagh gets back in. Brutus delivers a German suplex, but McDonagh fires back with a kick. He grabs a chair from under the ring, then looks to hit him with it, but Indus Sher grabs it out of his hand. McDonagh then delivers a belly-to-back suplex on the outside, then tosses him back in the ring and delivers a second one for the win.

Winner: JD McDonagh

We head backstage to Zoey Stark and Mc Kenzie Mitchell. Mitchell asks Stark for her reaction to a TikTok posted by Nikkita Lyons that showed her reaction to Stark losing the match. Stark asks Mitchell if she really just asked her about TikTok, then says she thinks Lyons is a waste of roster space. She says she will deal with Lyons in the ring and show her how things are done.

Back from the break, Amari Miller waits in the ring as Lyra Valkyria heads down.

Lyra Valkyria vs. Amari Miller

The bell rings and the two lock up. Valkyria delivers an arm drag, followed by a step-up enziguri and a dropkick. Miller delivers a right hand and whips her into the middle turnbuckle, but Valkyria delivers a series of kicks and a Northern Lights suplex. She goes for a pin, but Miller kicks out. Miller trips Valkyria, then delivers a senton. Valkyria fires back with a spinning heel kick, then ascends to the top and delivers a Frog Splash for the win.

Winner: Lyra Valkyria

We head backstage to Axiom and McKenzie Mitchell. Mitchell asks him how he feels about his match with Carmelo Hayes next week, and Axiom tells Mitchell to look into his eyes. Mitchell does so, but can't tell his facial expression behind his mask. He then tells her he's not scared and confident he can win the match. 

Back at ringside, Chase U heads down, followed by Damon Kemp. 

Duke Hudson vs. Damon Kemp

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Kemp beats down Hudson and delivers a neckbreaker. Hudson delivers a series of right hands to Kemp's midsection, but Kemp plants him and delivers a shoulder tackle. We see Drew Gulak watching on from ringside as Kemp delivers a right hand. Hudson fires off several more, then delivers a back elbow and a sidewalk slam. He delivers a clothesline in the corner, followed by a belly-to-belly suplex and several right hands to his face. He delivers a big boot for the win.

Winner: Duke Hudson

Back from the break, Roxanne Perez heads to the ring, followed by Mandy Rose.

Mandy Rose (c) vs. Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women's Championship

The bell rings and the two lock up. Perez delivers a shoulder tackle, but Rose fires back with a drop kick. Perez delivers a pair of arn drags before Rose fires back with a knee to her midsection. She whips Perez into the corner, then charges at her but Perez moves out of the way and she goes shoulder first into the ring post. Perez tosses Rose to the outside, then delivers a tope suicida. Rose manages to push Perez into the ring steps.

Back from the break, Perez delivers a back elbow and a dropkick. She delivers an uppercut, but Rose manages to hit a boot. Perez hits a kick across Rose's chest before the pair ascends to the top and Perez hits a hurricanrana. Rose delivers a belly-to-back suplex, then locks in a crossface. Perez escapes and Rose delivers Kiss the Rose. She goes for a pin, but Perez kicks out. Rose gets in the referee's face, then looks for Bed of Roses. Perez rolls her up, but Rose kicks out. Perez then manages to hit Pop Rox for the win.

Winner (and new): Roxanne Perez