WWE NXT Roadblock Results 3/5 - Number One Contenders Match, Tag Team Titles On The Line

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE NXT" Roadblock on March 5, 2024, coming to you live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida!

Ilja Dragunov's challenger for the "NXT" Championship at "NXT" Stand & Deliver on April 6 will be determined tonight, as Carmelo Hayes goes one-on-one with Tony D'Angelo. While Hayes has made it clear that he wants to become "NXT" Champion once again over the past few weeks, D'Angelo made his case to "NXT" General Manager Ava last week as to why he should get a Number One Contenders match. This led to Ava creating tonight's match on the condition that Dragunov agreed.


After successfully defending the Women's Tag Team Championship against Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae on the WWE Elimination Chamber kickoff show on February 24, The Kabuki Warriors will be putting their title on the line once again as they square off with "NXT" Women's Champion Lyra Valkyria and Tatum Paxley. Valkyria secured tonight's match as a way of thanking Paxley for staying backstage as she defended her title two weeks ago.

Another tag team title will be on the line tonight, as Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin defend the "NXT" Tag Team Championship on the line against Chase U's Andre Chase and Duke Hudson. Chase and Hudson defeated Nathan Frazer and Axiom in a Number One Contenders match on February 20 to secure their spot in tonight's match.


Shawn Spears will be competing in his first match in WWE since making his staggering return to "NXT" last week. Spears blindsided Ridge Holland with a chair last week as the latter apologized for his actions during his feud with Gallus.

Dijak will be facing Joe Gacy once again following mounting tensions between them over the past few weeks, but it won't just be any ordinary match as it will be an Asylum Match. The pair previously squared off at Vengeance Day last month in a No Disqualification match, during which Dijak ultimately came out on top.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video from Lexis King running down the card for tonight's show.

Vic Joseph and Booker T then greet audiences at home as Dijak and Joe Gacy make their way down to the ring, with a cage surrounding it and weapons filled inside.

Dijak vs. Joe Gacy in an Asylum Match

The bell rings and Dijak grabs a chair while Gacy grabs a fire extinguisher. Both men miss one another before Dijak tosses Gacy into the side of the steel cage. Dijak spots a wooden box that says "Do not open", but opts not to open it and instead delivers a Death Valley Driver to Gacy. Dijak continues wearing Gacy down and looks to open the box, but Gacy rolls him up. Dijak kicks out, and Gacy sends him crashing into three of the sides of the cage. He looks at the box himself, but Dijak blindsides him with a clothesline and fires off several stomps. Dijak drags the box into the center of the ring and opens it to reveal an extending joke boxing glove. Gacy then sprays the fire extinguisher at him and sends him crashing into the mat.


Back from the break, Dijak ascends to the top of the cage and connects with a moonsault. He goes for a pin, but Gacy kicks out. He grabs a straitjacket from the top of the cage and looks to put it on Gacy, but Gacy prevents him from doing so. Dijak fires off right hands on Gacy's spine and looks to put the straitjacket on him once again, but Gacy fights back. Dijak sets a door up in the corner of the ring, but Gacy delivers a suplex to him and sets up a table painted black with a smiley face on it. Dijak cracks a chair across Gacy's spine and gets the straitjacket on him, then sits him on the top turnbuckle. He drags the table Gacy set up. He looks to send Gacy crashing through it, but Gacy delivers a headbutt to send him crashing through it. He follows it up with a senton off the top and goes for a pin, but Dijak kicks out.


Gacy manages to escape the straitjacket, but Dijak runs him over with a clothesline. He then wraps duct tape around Gacy's eyes and grabs a kendo stick, then cracks it across Gacy's spine. Gacy low blows Dijak and sends him crashing into the mat. He then cracks the kendo stick across Dijal's spine several times, but Dijak sends him crashing through the door and goes for a pin. Gacy kicks out.

Dijak gets Gacy up on his shoulders and looks to land Feast Your Eyes, but Gacy avoids it. Dijak then looks to land Feast Your Eyes for a second time, and successfully delivers it for the win.

Winner: Dijak

We then head backstage to the locker room and see The Family meet with Luca Crusifino. Tony D'Angelo tells Crusifino has a sharp brain and isn't afraid to get his hands dirty. He offers Crusifino a job and tells him all he has to do is follow what he says with no questions asked. Crusifino agrees.

We then head over and see Fallon Henley meet with Riley Osborne to talk about Thea Hail. Henley explains to Osborne why Hail has been acting so weird around him before Blair Davenport walks in and confronts Henley. She tells Henely she needs to keep her nose about other people's business, and says Hail isn't Osborne's type. This leads to Henley challenging Davenport to a match, and Davenport accepts. 


Back at ringside, The Wolf Dogs make their way out. Chase U follows.

The Wolf Dogs (c) vs. Chase U (w/ Riley Osborne, Thea Hail, Jacy Jayne & Jazmyn Nyx) for the NXT Tag Team Championship

Chase and Corbin begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Corbin mocks Chase, and Chase responds with a chop. Corbin runs him over with a clothesline and clocks Hudson on the apron, then sends him crashing into the mat face first and Breakker and Corbin deliver a German suplex-clothesline combination, and Corbin looks to deliver a Gorilla Press. Chase escapes, and Breakker runs him over with a clothesline. Corbin tags back in and delivers a flapjack-gutbuster combination with Breakker. Corbin goes for a pin, but Hudson breaks the fall. He sends both Breakker and Corbin crashing to the outside and helps Chase deliver a dropkick to them through the middle rope. Chase then delivers a senton off the apron.


Back from the break, Corbin is wearing Chase down with a submission as Chase U rallies behind Chase. Chase delivers a boot to Corbin's jaw and looks to tag in Hudson, but Corbin prevents him from doing so. Breakker tags in and delivers a flipping cutter, then tags Corbin back in. Chase sends Breakker crashing to the outside, then delivers a back elbow to Corbin and sends him crashing into the ring post shoulder first.

Hudson and Breakker tag in, and Hudson delivers a pair of back elbows to Breakker. He follows it up with a boot and lands the Chase U right hands on Corbin. He connects with a pair of elbows on Breakker and Corbin, but Corbin makes the blind tag in. Hudson lands a sidewalk slam on Breakker and a second one on Corbin, then delivers a shoulder to Corbin's midsection and follows it up with a German suplex. Chase tags in and double teams on Corbin with Hudson, but Corbin delivers an arm drag to Chase into the corner as Breakker and Hudson exchange right hands on the outside. Breakker rocks Hudson with a jumping knee and delivers a flying clothesline to him off the apron and over the announce desk.


Corbin clotheslines Chase over the top rope, and Breakker charges at him. Chase sends Breakker crashing into the ring steps shoulder first, then ascends to the top and delivers a crossbody. Chase and Corbin exchange strikes in the middle of the ring before Chase lands a superkick. Breakker tags in and Corbin delivers an End of Days. Breakker then delivers a spear for the win.

Winners (and still): The Wolf Dogs

Back from the break, Shawn Spears makes his way down to the ring. Uriah Connors is already waiting inside.

Shawn Spears vs. Uriah Connors

The bell rings and Spears whispers something into Connors' ear. Connors delivers a few strikes, but Spears fires off knees on Connors' face and follows it up with C4 for the win.

Winner: Shawn Spears

After the match, Spears grabs a mic and says it takes a certain kind of man to hold up a mirror. He says most people won't like what they see, and says they will be forced to be what they are rather than what they want to be. He addresses Ridge Holland and says those words must hit close to home for him. He says Holland is lying to himself when he says he's fighting for his family, and the difference between the two of them is that he's not ashamed of what he sees. He says Holland can't see the same.


Holland's music hits and he marches down to the ring. Spears keeps egging Holland on, and Holland wastes no time going after Spears. He fires off stomps and right hands on him, then tosses him across the ring. Spears slides the chair he was holding over to him. Officials run down to the ring, and Holland tosses the chair down on the mat out of anger.

We then head backstage to Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen. Briggs asks Jensen if he's sure about challenging Oba Femi for the North American Championship next week, and Brooks assures Briggs he is. He says he took Briggs' words to heart, and is taking control of his career. Briggs wishes Brooks luck before Dijak passes Briggs and points out that he lied straight to Brooks' face.


Back from the break, Lyra Valkyria and Tatum Paxley make their way down to the ring. The Kabuki Warriors follow.

The Kabuki Warriors (c) vs. Lyra Valkyria and Tatum Paxley for the Women's Tag Team Championship

Valkyria and Asuka begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Sane and Paxley tag in, and Same delivers a strike to Paxley. She follows it up with an open palm strike before the pair go back and forth landing strikes on one another. Sane delivers a hurricanrana to Paxley that sends her crashing out of the ring, then looks to take a cheap shot at Valkyria on the ring. The referee becomes distracted, and Asuka delivers a sliding kick to Paxley from the apron. Paxley rolls back inside the ring and lands an open palm strike on Asuka. Asuka fires off kicks on Paxley's head and tags Sane back in. Sane and Asuka then double team on Paxley, and Sane delivers a right hand to her spine as we see Kiana James, Izzi Dame, and Thea Hail yelling at one another as officials hold them back backstage.


Valkyria becomes legal and wears Sane down before Valkyria and Paxley double team on her. They then send both Sane and Asuka out of the ring and deliver dropkicks to them both through the middle rope.

Back from the break, Sane fires off right hands on Paxley's spine and conches in an Ankle Lock. Paxley escapes with an enzuigiri and tags in Valkyria. Valkyria delivers a crossbody off the top rope and delivers a clothesline to Sane, then levels Sane and an interfering Asuka with a springboard crossbody. Herself and Paxley then send Asuka and Sane crashing into the mat before she delivers a Northern Lights suplex to Sane. Valkyria gets Sane up on her shoulders, but Sane escapes. Asuka tags in and delivers a jumping Codebreaker. Sane levels Valkyria, and the pair deliver a running clothesline-running knee combination.


Valkyria lands an enzuigiri on Asuka and tags in Paxley. Valkyria ascends to the top and delivers a leg drop to Asuka as Paxley holds her in place. Valkyria then looks to land a spinning back heel kick on Sane, but Asuka ducks out of the way and Valkyria accidentally hits Paxley. Sane then levels Valkyria with a spinning back heel kick, and Asuka delivers a kick to the back of Paxley's head. Sane tags in and ascends to the top, then delivers the In-Sane Elbow to Paxley as Asuka holds her in place for the win.

Winners (and still): The Kabuki Warriors

After the match, Roxanne Perez blindsides Valkyria and Paxley. She sends Valkyria crashing into adjacent ring posts shoulder first and drapes her arm through the middle rope before she stomps on it. Officials then check on Valkyria and wheel a stretcher out to ringside. 

Back from the break, we see Valkyria being loaded into an ambulance.

Back at ringside, Fallon Henley makes her way down. Blair Davenport follows.

Fallon Henley vs. Blair Davenport

The bell rings and the two lock up. Davenport lands a forearm on Henley's jaw, but Henley trips Davenport and delivers a kick to the back of her head. She then rocks her with a forearm and rolls her up, but Davenport kicks out. Davenport whips Henley into the corner, then delivers a jawbreaker to her using the top rope. She then ascends to the top and delivers a stomp to the back of Henley's neck before she begins targeting her hand and wearing it down. Henley delivers a kick to Davenport and connects with a back elbow, then lands another forearm. She lands a jawbreaker on Davenport and clotheslines her over the top rope. Henley looks to send Davenport into the ring apron face first, but Davenport sends her crashing into the ring steps shoulder first. Sol Ruca then appears out of nowhere through the crowd and flies off the barricade. She levels Davenport and tosses her back in the ring. Henley then delivers a running knee for the win.


Winner: Fallon Henley

We then head backstage to Chase U and see Thea Hail ask Jacy Jayne to be her tag team partner in a match against Kiana James and Izzi Dame next week. Jayne claims to be busy and walks away with Jazmyn Nyx, leaving Hail, Andre Chase, and Duke Hudson behind.

We Hear From No Quarter Catch Crew

Drew Gulak says the world saw that Charlie Dempsey is one of the most unique grapplers in professional wrestling last week. Dempsey says it's an honor to hold the "NXT" Heritage Cup and says it aligns with his vision of the pure art of professional wrestling. He says that the Heritage Cup is not just his and hands it over to Gulak. Damon Kemp says while Dempsey holds the Cup, the rest of NQCC are also champions. He says the NQCC clause allows for any of them to defend the Heritage Cup, and Gulak then announces that they are entering the "NXT" Tag Team Champion Tournament made official earlier together by Ava, and says they will win the "NXT" Tag Team Championship at "NXT" Stand & Deliver.


William Regal's music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He says it's delightful to see fans again, and says the Heritage Cup means the world to him as it stands outstanding competitors from the British and European scene. He says every time the Cup is contested, it's a tribute to all the British and Europeans who came before him. He tells them that he hopes that Dempsey defends the Cup with the honor and integrity it deserves. Dempsey tells Regal that he'll defend the Cup better than he ever could, and Regal tells him that he'll be watching.

We then head backstage and see Lash Legend check on Noam Dar. Dar expresses her excitement to see her, and Oro Mensah joins them. Dar says it's time for them to move onto bigger and better things as the trio celebrates.


Back from the break, we head backstage and see Von Wagner offer to Mr. Stone to continue to fight Lexis King on his behalf. Stone tells Wagner that he needs to fight King on his own, and Wagner agrees.

Back at ringside, Tony D'Angelo makes his way down to the ring with a new theme song and red lighting. Carmelo Hayes and his security team follow.

Carmelo Hayes vs. Tony D'Angelo (w/ The Family) in a Number One Contenders Match for the NXT Championship

The bell rings and Hayes wastes no time. He fires off strikes on D'Angelo, then lands an enzuigiri on him. D'Angelo responds with a pair of shoulder tackles and a back body drop, then whips Hayes into the corner and fires off shoulders on his midsection. He whips him into the opposite corner and does the same, then plants him with a gut wrench suplex. Hayes responds with a kick to D'Angelo's midsection, then fires off strikes on him and looks to fire off right hands on his midsection. D'Angelo catches one and fires off right hands on Hayes' midsection. He connects with a suplex and dumps Hayes onto the apron, then looks to send him crashing onto the floor. Hayes' security guards catch him.


Back from the break, Hayes wears D'Angelo's tricep down with a submission hold. D'Angelo sends Hayes crashing into the corner to escape and delivers a pair of belly-to-belly suplexes. He then delivers a spinebuster before landing a right hand. Hayes responds with a pair of boots, but D'Angelo gets Hayes up on one shoulder. Hayes escapes and delivers a variation of a cutter, then lands a jawbreaker using the top rope and follows it up with a Codebreaker. He fires off right hands on D'Angelo and ascends to the top.

Trick Williams' music hits, and security turns around waiting for him up the ramp. D'Angelo takes advantage and D'Angelo plants him. He follows it up with Forget About It for the win.


Winner (and new Number One Contender): Tony D'Angelo

After the match, D'Angelo grabs a mic and apologizes for playing Williams' music during the match. He says since he's a giving Don, he got Hayes a present.

Williams music plays for a second time, and security looks up the ramp waiting for Hayes. Williams sneaks up on Hayes and blindsides him, then levels Hayes' security as they get in the ring one by one. Hayes slides out of the ring, and security protects him on the ramp. Williams stands tall in the ring and celebrates with the "NXT" Universe as the show goes off the air.