WWE NXT Results (02/07) - We Hear From Carmelo Hayes, Sol Ruca Vs. Zoey Stark, Bayley Hosts Toxic Attraction On Ding Dong, Hello

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results of "WWE NXT" on February 7, 2023!

Bayley will be bringing back her "Ding Dong, Hello" talk show tonight as she will be hosting Jacy Jayne and Gigi Dolin. Dolin and Jayne faced Roxanne Perez this past Saturday at "Vengeance Day" in a Triple Threat Match for the "NXT" Women's Championship, but ultimately both fell short. Cracks in the relationship between the Toxic Attraction teammates have began to form, and now the question remains: will they be able to keep their alliance going strong?

Carmelo Hayes seems to have some things on his mind that he wants to share with the "NXT Universe". Melo defeated Apollo Crews in a two-out-of-three falls match on Saturday, and made it known later that night he was coming for the "NXT" Championship after staring down Bron Breakker following his Steel Cage Match with Grayson Waller.

Elektra Lopez has been trying to show Valentina Feroz that her scheming ways earn her wins over the past few weeks. However, Feroz has refused to listen to her and has remained adamant that cheating is never the right thing to do (despite the fact she has struggled to pick up wins). As Feroz goes head-to-head with the dominant Lyra Valkyria tonight, Lopez will surely want to keep a close eye on things.

Elsewhere, Sol Ruca will collide with Zoey Stark in what promises to be a hard-hitting bout. The pair previously squared off on the November 22, 2022 edition of "NXT", and while Stark may have come out on top, Ruca has grown immensely since then.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video recapping what went down at "Vengeance Day". Vic Joseph and Booker T then greet audiences at home as Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams head to the ring.

We Hear From Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams

Williams says "Vengeance Day" will go down as the day Melo changed Apollo Crews from a vision seer into Stevie Wonder. Melo then gloats about his win, then says the "NXT" Universe knows he is everything he says he is. He says history doesn't lie and says he did what he said he would. He says there is still one man who needs to get put on a t-shirt. He says only one event can hold them both, but before he can finish his sentence, JD McDonagh's music hits and he cuts him off.

McDonagh says his ears must be deceiving him and says it sounds like he was about to challenge for the "NXT" Championship. He says Melo comes from an entitled generation, and while he loves calling himself "The A Champ", he isn't ready to be the face of "NXT". Melo says he thought he beat everyone, but it seems as if he left a survivor. McDonagh cuts him off and says while he counts merchandise sales, he counts body parts. He tells Melo he should call the hospital in advance because that's where he's going to send him. Melo then challenges McDonagh to a match, and McDonagh accepts.

We then head backstage to Fallon Henley and Kiana James. Henley says she saw James cheat in a replay, and says they're going to give Kayden Carter and Katana Chance a rematch. Henley then asks James if she's going to tell Jensen who she was talking to last week, and James says it was no one. The two then enter a room, where members of the "NXT" roster are waiting inside to surprise them with a surprise party.

Back at ringside, Sol Ruca heads down, followed by Zoey Stark.

Back from the break, we head to a video of Grayson Waller getting in Shawn Michaels' face during the "Vengeance Day" media call. Joseph announces that due to his actions, Waller has been suspended for the week.

Zoey Stark vs. Sol Ruca

The bell rings and the two lock up. Ruca delivers an arm drag, then follows it up with a shoulder tackle and a facebuster. She clotheslines Stark to the outside, then follows her out there and hits a kick. Stark delivers a forearm, then whips her into the corner and hits a sliding lariat. She sends Ruca's head bouncing off her knee, then hits a clothesline and a few right hands. Ruca delivers a clothesline of her own, then follows it up with a dropkick and a splash in the corner. Stark delivers a superkick before Ruca looks for a splash off the top rope. Stark gets her knees up, then delivers the Belly-to-Back GTS for the win.

Winner: Zoey Stark

After the match, Stark continues to beat down Ruca. She whips her into the corner, but Ruca manages to land on the middle turnbuckle and plants her with the Sol Snatcher.

Back from the break, we head to Fallon Henley and Kiana James' title celebration. James thanks Jensen for throwing the party, and Henley asks her if there's something she wants to tell him. James says she already thanked him and brushes her. A rough looking Pretty Deadly appears, and one of the party-goers asks what happened to them. Pretty Deadly says it's because they lost the "NXT" Tag Team Championships, then take note of Chase U and say they're the reason they failed to regain them. Andre Chase doesn't take too kindly to this, and says he would be happy to kick their asses later tonight.

Back at ringside, Dabba-Kato heads to the ring. Dante Chen is already waiting inside.

Dabba-Kato vs. Dante Chen

The bell rings and Dabba-Kato pushes Chen to the mat. He delivers an overhand chop, then sends him crashing into the mat and follows it up with a headbutt. Chen fires off a series of right hands and chops, but Dabba-Kato pushes him off him. Chen delivers a big boot, but Dabba-Kato pushes him down to the mat and delivers a sit-out chokeslam for the win.

Winner: Dabba-Kato

After the match, Kelly Kincaid asks Dabba-Kato attacked Crews at "Vengeance Day". Dabba-Kato says Crews knows what he did and he will kick his ass.

We then head to a video of Diamond Mine. Ivy Nile is being checked on by a medical official after being knocked to the floor off the apron accidentally last week. The Creed Brothers agree that they need to get Indus Sher back for causing the injury before the medical official clears Nile. Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre walk in, and Dawn asks Paxley why she was outside when Nikkita Lyons was attacked a couple weeks ago. Paxley says she didn't attack Lyons, and says she was only out there because she needed some fresh air. Dawn says an innocent person wouldn't say that and the pair walk off.

Back at ringside, Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre head to the ring. Tatum Paxley follows.

Isla Dawn (w/ Alba Fyre) vs. Tatum Paxley

The bell rings and the two lock up. Dawn targets Paxley's arm, but Paxley fires back with a back elbow. Dawn delivers a leg drop, then sends her bouncing off the top rope. She stomps on Paxley's neck, but Paxley manages to deliver a back elbow. She follows it up with a series of forearms and a dropkick that sends Dawn into the corner, then charges at her. Dawn delivers a boot, and Paxley ascends to the top. She looks for a crossbody, but Dawn rolls out of the way and delivers a modified elbow drop for the win.

Winner: Isla Dawn

After the match, Dawn and Fyre look to continue attacking Paxley, but Ivy Nile runs down and makes the save.

We head outside the arena and see a car pull up. Someone get out of it, but only their feet are visible. 

Back from the break, Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams head to the ring, followed by JD McDonagh.

Carmelo Hayes vs. JD McDonagh

The bell rings and the two lock up. McDonagh delivers a few knees to Melo's midsection. Melo looks to hit his signature pose, but McDonagh kicks him while he looks to do so. This angers Melo, and he hits McDonagh with a shoulder tackle before sending him to the outside. He follows it up with a crossbody over the top, then gets him back in the ring. Melo delivers a chop and several forearms, but McDonagh plants him face first. He rains down right hands, then delivers a back suplex and sends him bouncing off the top rope.

Back from the break, McDonagh whips Melo into the corner before Melo fires back with a bodyslam. McDonagh manages to deliver a Spanish Fly, then follows it up with a double stomp and ascends to the top. Melo meets him there and delivers a pair of kicks, then follows it up with Fade Away. Melo fires off several rapid rights and lefts, then delivers a cutter and plants McDonagh face first. He locks in a Crossface, but McDonagh gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the hold. He rolls up McDonagh, but McDonagh bridges up and hits a powerbomb. He follows it up with a headbutt, and right as he does so, Ilja Dragunov's music hits and he runs down to make his return! Dragunov levels Williams as Melo takes advantage of a distracted McDonagh. He rolls him up for the win.

Winner: Carmelo Hayes

After the match, Dragunov stares down Melo, then attacks McDonagh. McDonagh retreats, but Dragunov chases him out of the arena while Williams and Melo celebrate.

We head backstage to Tiffany Stratton applying lipstick. Thea Hail approaches her and says she saw the TikTok she made about Chase U. Stratton calls her a fan, and Hail lists off a bunch of reasons why Chase U is great. Stratton calls Chase U "cringey", and Hail becomes increasingly frustrated. She tries calming herself down, but Stratton keeps running her mouth. Hail says Stratton only cares about herself, but all she cares about is Chase U. She says Chase U opens their arms to anyone, and if she's not down for that, then she can suck it. Ava Raine then appears behind her and drags her out of the room.

Back from the break, we head to Fallon Henley and Kiana James' party. Henley tells Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs the party is awesome, then says she has something to tell him. Jensen says he has something to tell her, and says that he had a Valentine's Day date last week with "the love of his life". He asks Henley what she had to tell him, and Henley says she just wanted to thank him for the party.

Back at ringside, Valentina Feroz and Wendy Choo head to the ring, followed by Lyra Valkyria.

Lyra Valkyria vs. Valentina Feroz (w/ Wendy Choo)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Feroz delivers a suplex, but Valkyria fires back with a hip toss. She delivers a series of kicks to Feroz, then delivers a belly-to-back suplex as Elektra Lopez makes her way to ringside. Feroz delivers a tijeras before the two women level one another with headbutts. Lopez tosses Feroz a pair of brass knuckles, and she grabs them. She puts them on her hand, but before she can use them, Valkyria delivers a spinning heel kick for the win.

Winner: Lyra Valkyria

We head backstage to Wes Lee and McKenzie Mitchell. Mitchell asks Lee what "Vengeance Day" weekend was like for him, and Lee says it was dope. Tony D'Angelo and Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo walk in and D'Angelo tells Lee that he reaped the benefits of their issues with Dijak after they inadvertently helped him win at the Premium Live Event. He says they expect to be paid. Lee informs them that he will be holding an open challenge next week, and says maybe one of them will answer.

Back at ringside, Odyssey Jones heads down, followed by Stacks and D'Angelo.

Back from the break, we head to a video from Tyler Bate. He tells Grayson Waller that if he wants to disrespect Shawn Michaels, then maybe he should try disrespecting him next week too. 

Odyssey Jones vs. Stacks

The bell rings and the two lock up. Jones delivers a massive clothesline, then fires off several right hands and tosses Stacks across the ring. Stacks delivers a leg drop, but Jones fires back with a pair of splashes and a side slam. He follows it up with a running elbow that sends Stacks to the outside, then follows him out there and hits a splash. He gets Stacks back inside, but Stacks catches him with a DDT. He then delivers a right hand to his head and follows it up with a knee to the back of his neck for the win.

Winner: Stacks

Back at ringside, Chase U heads down, followed by a uncharacteristically, sloppy looking Pretty Deadly.

Pretty Deadly vs. Chase U

Hudson and Prince begin the action. The bell rings and the two lockup. Hudson delivers a shoulder tackle, and Prince looks for a chop. Hudson no-sells it and delivers one of his own, then whips Prince into the corner. Hudson delivers a pair of right hands, then clotheslines Prince to the outside. Prince gets back inside and tags in Wilson. Chase tags in and delivers a drop toe hold. Wilson asks what the point is, and looks to leave, but Chase keeps him from doing so. Prince tags in and both he and Wilson accidentally deliver a double back elbow. Wilson tags in and Pretty Deadly begin getting their confidence back. Hudson tags in and delivers a bodyslam, then steps on Wilson's fingers. He hits a bodyslam, then charges at Wilson. Prince low-bridges him to the outside, and Wilson sends Hudson crashing over the ring steps.

Back from the break, Hudson makes the hot tag to Chase. Wilson tags in and Chase delivers an inverted atomic drop. He locks in a Figure Four Leglock, but Prince breaks the hold. Chase delivers a double DDT to Pretty Deadly, then goes for a pin but Wilson kicks out. Prince tags in and sends Chase bouncing off the top rope. Chase fires back with a Side Russian Leg Sweep, then delivers the Chase U Stomps. A Thea Hail runs down to ringside as Wilson tags in. Hudson comforts her as Wilson beats Chase down. Prince tags in and Pretty Deadly delivers Spilled Milk for the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

After the match, Gallus appears with their "NXT" Tag Team Championship in hand and stares down Pretty Deadly.

We head backstage to Hank Walker and Drew Gulak. The pair float the idea of Walker answering Wes Lee's North American Championship Open Challenge next week. Charlie Dempsey walks in and tells Walker he isn't ready for a match like that. Dempsey then challenges Walker to a re-match, and Gulak accepts it on Walker's behalf.

Bayley Hosts Toxic Attraction on Ding Dong, Hello

Back from the break, Bayley walks in through the "Ding Dong, Hello" door and greets fans at her talk show. She says she loves "NXT" and her guests tonight, then introduces Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne. The pair head to the ring, but side-eye one another and argue who gets in the ring first.

Bayley asks Toxic Attraction what happened on Saturday. The two women begin arguing, and Jayne says Dolin cost her the "NXT" Women's Championship. Dolin says Jayne was the one who cost her, and Jayne says they were supposed to be a team. Dolin says Jayne would've sunk into obscurity if she were to win, and Jayne takes a shot at Dolin's gear. Dolin says she was surprised she saw her gear when she was looking up at the lights.

Bayley asks each of them what they would do if they were to split, and Dolin says she hasn't give it much thought, but the sky's the limit. Jayne says her plan is to go straight to the top. Bayley asks them if that would be easier to have a ride or die to do it with, and Dolin questions what the locker room must think of her. Jayne does the same, then says Bayley knows better than anyone there is strength in numbers. Dolin says she needs someone who she can trust, and Jayne says when she gets angry, she goes for the jugular. She tells Dolin no matter what happens, she is her sister. Dolin echoes the sentiment, and Jayne says they can either go their separate ways or have one more run together. The pair then think about going after the "NXT" Tag Team Championships or even the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships. Bayley tries shoving the idea out of their heads, and the duo hug one another.

Jayne holds Dolin's hand up, but superkicks her out of nowhere and shoves her head into the "Ding Dong, Hello" door as Dolin begins sobbing.