Welcome to our WrestlingINC.com Live WWE NXT Stand & Deliver Viewing Party. Today’s show comes from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX.

– The WWE NXT Stand & Deliver Kickoff pre-show opens up from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas as McKenzie Mitchell welcomes us. She’s joined by Sam Roberts and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. We see fans finding their seats in the background as they hype tonight’s show. We see Bron Breakker arriving to the venue earlier today. We also see video of Tommaso Ciampa arriving. They talk about this potentially being Ciampa’s final NXT match.

We get a video package and discussion for tonight’s NXT Women’s Title Fatal 4 Way. McKenzie sends us to Kayla Braxton and Peter Rosenberg, who are outside of AT&T Stadium. They discuss the Fatal 4 Way and Rosenberg predicts Cora Jade will win. We go back to the panel and then take another break. We come back to pre-recorded footage of Trick Williams and NXT North American Champion Carmelo Hayes looking out over the city of Dallas yesterday, talking about his reign and how he doesn’t miss. We see backstage footage from moments ago, of Hayes and Williams going over match rules with a referee. We see footage of Gunther and LA Knight arriving to the venue. The panel discusses the match and we see a “Tale of the Tape” for Gunther vs. Knight. Sam doesn’t think Knight can get the win. They discuss the NXT Tag Team Titles next and Malcolm Bivens joins the panel for a back & forth with Sam. Beth believes MSK will win the titles, and Sam picks The Creed Brothers.

Edris Enofe interrupts from the big screen, calling out Bivens but Malik Blade walks up and interrupts with a gift basket for NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose. Enofe encourages him to just enter Toxic Attraction’s locker room and give the basket, and he does. We hear a commotion behind the door and Enofe removes the Toxic Attraction door sign to reveal that Blade really entered Imperium’s locker room. Enofe runs away, laughing about how this was an April Fool’s joke. A stressed Blade comes back out and points to how this is April 2. We go to a promo from Grayson Waller, who is out in the city with Sanga, talking about how he will win the Ladder Match today. We go to another break.

We see pre-recorded footage of Legado del Fantasma backstage. Santos Escobar talks about how he will win the Ladder Match and the world will witness him becoming the greatest luchadore of all-time. He’s doing it for history, for legacy, and for family – Legado del Fantasma. Former NFL player and American Ninja Warrior commentator Akbar Gbaja-Biamila joins the panel now. They send us to a video package on the “hottest couple” competition with Indi Hartwell and Dexter Lumis vs. Persia Pirotta and Duke Hudson. We see both couples out and about in Texas shopping for Western-style clothes. Persia and Indi argue over who will be the sexiest cowboy in Dallas. We see both couples backstage now. McKenzie tells fans to use hashtags to vote for the hottest couple. The panel briefly discusses the Ladder Match and Akbar believes Hayes will retain. We get a video for tonight’s NXT Title match next. Robert Roode and NXT Champion Dolph Ziggler are shown arriving earlier. The panel goes on and sends us to the ring for tonight’s Kickoff match.

NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles Match: Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez vs. Toxic Attraction

We go to the ring and Vic Joseph welcomes us. He’s joined at ringside by Wade Barrett and they are ready to go, along with the crowd that is still finding their seats. Out first comes Raquel Gonzalez and Dakota Kai for their reunion match. Out next comes NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions Toxic Attraction – Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne.

The bell rings and Jayne attacks Raquel’s injured knee from behind, while Dolin attacks Kai from behind. Gonzalez fights back and sends Jayne to the floor but Dolin is waiting for her. Gonzalez fights Dolin off and drops her into the top rope. Kai tags in and Gonzalez launches her stomp onto Dolin for a 2 count. Kai and Dolin tangle now. Dolin rolls her for a 2 count. They trade more quick pin attempts in the middle of the ring. Dolin trips Kai face-first and bridges for another 2 count.

Gonzalez rallies the crowd as Kai makes a comeback. Kai with a corner clothesline. Gonzalez tags in, knocks Jayne off the apron and splashes Dolin. Kai and Gonzalez with a big double team to Dolin now. Kai covers for 2. Jayne tags in and breaks up a pin attempt by Kai. Jayne unloads on Dolin to keep her down. Jayne and Gonzalez have words now. Jayne and Dolin keep Kai in their corner now, double teaming her with quick offense.

Gonzalez finally tags in but Jayne attacks her while she’s still on the apron. Kai fights Jayne off and in comes Gonzalez finally after some miscommunication with the tag rope. Jayne blocks a Chingona Bomb at one point. More back and forth between the two teams. Gonzalez gets double teamed but Kai saves her. Jayne and Kai go at it now. They both collide with pump kicks and both go down as fans applaud and chant “NXT!” now.

Kai and Jayne fight to their feet while trading strikes. Dolin comes back in and they hit a pair of German suplexes. Kai kicks out but just barely. Jayne tags back in and they hit the Toxic Shock double team but Kai kicks out just in time. Jayne can’t believe it. Wendy Choo suddenly appears at ringside, decks Dolin with her pillow and her drink while the referee is distracted, then Gonzalez clotheslines Dolin at ringside. Kai with a Scorpion Kick to Jayne in the ring, then a running big boot. Gonzalez comes back in to capitalize, and ends up slamming Jayne with the Chingona Bomb for the pin to win the titles.

Winners and New NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions: Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez

– After the match, Kai and Gonzalez stand tall with the titles as the music hits and we go to replays. Choo dances on the ramp while the champs celebrate in the ring. Dolin and Jayne recover at ringside.

– We get a pre-recorded promo from Cameron Grimes, who promises his dad he will win the NXT North American Title. We go back to Braxton and Rosenberg at AT&T Stadium for a brief chat. McKenzie welcomes us back to AT&T Stadium for a final discussion on tonight’s card. The music hits for the Ladder Match as we see Legado del Fantasma coming out – Santos Escobar with Elektra Lopez, Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde. We then see Grayson Waller coming out with Sanga and that’s it for the Kickoff.

– The WWE NXT Stand & Deliver event opens up with a video package. We’re now live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas as Vic Joseph and Wade Barrett welcome us to the ring. We go right to the ring for the opener.

Ladder Match for the NXT North American Title: Cameron Grimes vs. Santos Escobar vs. Grayson Waller vs. Solo Sikoa vs. Carmelo Hayes

We go right to the ring as a rocket ship erupts on the big screen and out comes Cameron Grimes. We see ladders set up around the arena. Grimes heads to the ring while Santos Escobar, Grayson Waller, and Solo Sikoa look on. Out next comes NXT North American Champion Carmelo Hayes with Trick Williams. Elektra Lopez, Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde are at ringside, as well as Sanga.

The bell rings and Hayes talks trash in the middle of the ring, taunting his challengers. They all surround him. Waller attacks but Hayes fights him off. Trick ends up pulling Hayes to safety on the floor while the others go at it. Waller and Santos double team Solo. Grimes and Santos are alone in the ring now. They go at it and Grimes mounts offense for a pop. Grimes goes to the top but Hayes shoves him off to the floor. Hayes is alone in the ring now. He directs Trick to bring him a ladder but he can’t find one.

Solo comes into the ring now, staring Hayes down. Hayes shoves Solo and hits him. Solo drops Hayes and they go at it. Hayes with a pump kick to the face. Santos follows up and clotheslines Solo to the floor. Santos and Hayes talk trash now. Santos dodges a kick and dropkicks Hayes, sending him to the apron for a pop. Grimes pulls Santos out and goes back in. Grimes and Solo take turns on Hayes now with big strikes in the middle of the ring.

Waller and Santos are alone in the ring now. They direct their muscle at ringside to slide ladders in. Santos and Waller unload on each other now. Waller takes out Mendoza and Wilde with a ladder. Sanga ends up getting involved. Solo runs the ring and leaps out, taking Sanga to one knee. Santos then runs the ring and nails a suicide dive to Solo. Hayes and Grimes go at it now. Grimes runs and leaps out, taking Santos down at ringside. Hayes is alone on the apron, looking up at the title. Hayes hits a springboard moonsault to the floor instead, taking out Grimes from the apron.

Waller is alone in the ring now. He goes to run and leap out but he puts the brakes on and stands a ladder up under the title. Solo cuts him off. Solo sends Waller face-first into a ladder, knocking it over. Solo works Waller over with the ladder, trapping him in the corner with it. Hayes comes in but Solo sends him into the ladder that is trapping Waller in the corner. Solo works Hayes over. Santos charges with a ladder and sandwiches Hayes against the ladder trapping Waller. Solo decks Santos and then splashes them all with the steel. Solo climbs up for the title now but Grimes stops him from behind, and pulls him to the mat. Solo and Grimes trade strikes now. Solo drops Grimes with a headbutt.

Grimes dodges a superkick and Solo’s leg gets stuck on the ladder. Grimes drops him and climbs up as a “to the moon!” chant starts. Hayes stops Grimes from climbing. Grimes and Hayes go at it now. Grimes levels Hayes with a ladder. Santos dropkicks the ladder into Grimes. Grimes jabs the ladder into Grimes’ lower region while he’s down in the corner, then dropkicks it into him again. Santos positions the ladder but Waller stops him from climbing. Santos drops Waller with the ladder. Santos climbs now but Waller drops him with a big leaping Cutter out of nowhere. Waller starts climbing as fans chant “NXT!” now. Waller touches the belt but Hayes pulls him down. Waller and Hayes go at it now. Hayes gets on the ladder off Waller’s shoulders but Waller rocks him, sending him back down. Hayes wit a big springboard clothesline to knock Waller off the ladder, sending him out of the ring.

Hayes climbs for the title now but Solo stops him. Hayes comes down off the ladder and flies at Solo but Solo superkicks him in mid-air. Solo climbs for the title now as fans chant “Uso!” now. Solo gets to the top but Santos meets him on the other side. They trade big strikes up high on the ladder. Santos is on the very top now. He nails a huge Sunset Bomb from the top, smashes Solo into a leaning ladder down below in the corner. Fans chant “holy s--t!” and go wild at the huge move. Solo is down and out, and Santos is stunned. Fans chant “this is awesome!” now. Santos and Grimes go at it. They collide in mid-air with the big crossbody as Grimes keeps control.

Trick comes in and stands a ladder up but Sanga confronts him and takes him out, then man-handles a ladder. Elektra confronts Sanga and slaps him. Wilde and Mendoza take out Sanga now. Mendoza assists Lopez in helping her leap from the top to take out Waller on the floor with a big crossbody. Sanga fights off Wilde and Mendoza at ringside now, taking them both out. Wilde and Mendoza sandwich Sanga between two bridge ladders from the apron to the barrier now, and he’s down. Wilde and Mendoza bring another ladder in but Solo drops them. Fans chant for tables now. Solo puts Wilde and Mendoza both on his shoulders for a big Samoan Drop.

Solo stands a ladder up under the title now. He climbs up but Santos climbs the other side to meet him. Solo touches the title but Santos stops him. Trick comes in and shoves the ladder over, sending Solo and Santos crashing down hard. Trick looks up at the title and hesitates but then starts climbing, despite his fear of heights. Trick is terrified but he keeps climbing. Grimes comes in and tips the ladder over, sending Trick flying out of the ring onto Sanga, Mendoza, Wilde and Lopez. Officials check on them all after the rough landing.

Grimes climbs for the title now. Hayes pulls him down and sends his face-first into the steel. Hayes calls his shot and climbs for the title. Waller meets him at the top and they trade strikes. Grimes stands another ladder up next to them and now he’s climbing. Solo also climbs up. Santos has a ladder and he’s also climbing up. All 5 go at it on ladders now as fans chant “NXT!” at them. Solo and Grimes tip over and fall off one ladder. Waller and Hayes trade strikes up high. Waller knocks Hayes off the ladder, then sends Santos to the mat. Fans boo Waller as he’s all alone now. He has to choose if he wants to get the title or keep Santos down. He goes for the title but Santos stops him. They go at it on the ladder and both crash down with a big hurricanrana from Santos. Solo with a top rope splash to Santos.

All 5 are down once again. Solo positions and climbs for the title but Grimes pulls him down and they go at it. Grimes sends Solo to the apron, where a ladder bridge is at. Grimes leaps to the apron and nails a Cave-In to Solo on the ladder bridge. Hayes attacks Grimes on the apron and they go at it with kicks for each other. They both connect and go down on the ladder bridge. Waller climbs a tall ladder that is set up at ringside. Waller leaps with a huge elbow drop and goes through the ladder but he missed any bodies as Trick pulled Hayes off. Hayes and Trick are shocked at what they just saw. Referees rush to check on Waller but he’s in pain. Fans chant “holy s--t!” now.

Hayes climbs for the title in the ring now but Santos pulls him off and hits the Phantom Driver. Santos turns around to a top rope Cave-In from Grimes. Grimes climbs for the title and unhooks it for the big win.

Winner and New NXT North American Champion: Cameron Grimes

– After the match, fans pop big for Grimes as he stands up on the ladder with the title. The music hits and we go to replays. Grimes raises the title for the fans as they cheer him on.

– We see footage from earlier today of Bron Breakker arriving to the venue. We also see the footage of The Dirty Dawgs arriving.

– Back from a break and we see Tommaso Ciampa backstage with his chair that has his NXT dates written on it.

Tony D’Angelo vs. Tommaso Ciampa

We see a classic Ford Galaxy 500 arriving in the back. It’s Tony D’Angelo being driven by AJ Galante of Netflix’s “Crime & Penalties” show. They hop out and head to the ring as the music hits. We get a great video package tribute to Tommaso Ciampa next as he makes his way to the ring. Ciampa greets his family at ringside and enters the ring as Barrett talks about being emotional for what could be Ciampa’s final NXT match.

The bell rings and fans chant for Ciampa. They lock up and Tony takes it to the corner. Ciampa fights out of the corner and unloads, slamming Tony D and posing over him in the middle of the ring for a pop. Ciampa chases Tony out and back into the ring but Tony meets him with stomps. Tony talks some trash and beats Ciampa into the corner. Boos continue for Tony as he works Ciampa over and taunts the crowd. Ciampa drops Tony in the corner and stomps away for a pop. Ciampa with the running knee to the face, and a second running knee, then a third. Ciampa pulls Tony to the floor and sends him into the steel ring steps.

Ciampa with a running punt kick to the face at ringside. Ciampa sits on the apron and gets a big pop as he pats himself on the back. The referee counts Tony as fans chant Ciampa’s name. AJ watches as Ciampa pulls back the pad, exposing the concrete floor. Tony drops Ciampa back in the ring and unloads with punches, then kicks and some trash talking as AJ cheers him on. Tony with more offense and a 2 count. Tony D keeps Ciampa down for a few minutes, working him over and taunting the crowd. Ciampa finally turns it around and sends Tony to the corner.

Ciampa runs back and forth several times, decking Tony with forearms and clotheslines. Ciampa with a flying clothesline to take Tony down for a pop. Ciampa misses in the corner as Tony side-steps. Tony with a Michinoku Driver for a 2 count. More back and forth. Tony blocks the Fairy Tale Ending but Ciampa scoops him on his shoulders. Tony blocks that and rolls Ciampa with a handful of tights for 2. Ciampa comes back with a pin attempt of his own. Tony yells at Ciampa in his face, disrespecting him. Ciampa unloads with big chops.

They briefly tangle up top until both go crashing down to the mat. Ciampa with a big dropkick. The referee counts while both are flat on their backs. They get up and trade strikes in the middle of the ring. Ciampa unloads but Tony kicks him. Ciampa ducks a clothesline. They tangle some more and Ciampa rocks Tony with a right hand to put him on his knees. Ciampa charges but Tony stops him.

Tony grabs his crowbar from the corner and fans boo. Ciampa dodges the crowbar and the referee takes it, tossing it out of the ring. Tony gets kicked in the face but he follows up, and takes advantage and hits a low blow. Tony drops Ciampa with his Fisherman’s suplex but Ciampa kicks out at 2. Tony is furious now, yelling at the referee. He goes to the timekeeper and tells him to do his damn job. Tony grabs the crowbar again but Ciampa drops him with Willow’s Bell as he re-enters the ring. Ciampa with the Fairy Tale Ending but Tony still kicks out and Ciampa can’t believe it. Ciampa applies the Crossface now but Tony finally makes it to the bottom rope to break the hold. Fans chant “Johnny Wrestling!” at Ciampa’s apparent Johnny Gargano tribute.

They brawl at ringside again, where Ciampa exposed the concrete earlier. This backfires and Tony drops Ciampa on the concrete. AJ loves what he sees. The referee counts as Tony brings Ciampa back in at the 8 count. Ciampa is stunned from the concrete DDT as Tony disrespects him, then kicks him in the head and covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Tony D’Angelo

– After the match, Tony D stands tall as the music hits. AJ taunts the crowd and joins Tony in the ring to celebrate. The announcers declare Tony D as the new Don of NXT. We go to replays. Tony and AJ head to the back as Ciampa sits up in the ring on his knees. Fans applaud and chant “thank you Ciampa!” now. Ciampa gets to his feet as the cheers continue. Ciampa briefly looks around the crowd as we go to a break.

– We come back and see a moment that only Peacock Premium Plus subscribers saw. Triple H came out to greet Tommaso Ciampa on the stage as he left to the back after the loss to Tony D’Angelo. They embraced and Triple H said a few words to Ciampa’s face before raising his arm in the air. The crowd gave them another ovation.

– We see The Dirty Dawgs backstage getting ready for the main event.

– Andre Chase has his Chase University student group in the crowd. Wade says they are scouting for a Texas chapter.

Triple Threat for the NXT Tag Team Titles: The Creed Brothers vs. MSK vs. Imperium

We go back to the ring and Alicia Taylor does the introductions as The Diamond Mine comes out first – The Creed Brothers, Brutus Creed and Julius Creed, with Malcolm Bivens and Ivy Nile. There is no sign of Roderick Strong but Bivens is apparently paying tribute to rapper Cam’ron. We see DJ Tommy Carlucci performing on the stage as MSK comes out next – Wes Lee and Nash Carter. The Imperium music hits next and out come NXT Tag Team Champions Marcel Barthel and Fabian Aichner. There is no sign of Gunther.

Brutus, Barthel and Lee start things off. Barthel drops Lee but Brutus grabs him from behind. Lee kicks Barthel after Brutus slams him. Lee leaps off Barthel’s back and decks Brutus. Barthel and Lee go at it now. Lee unloads and dropkicks Barthel into the corner. Carter tags in for a Bronco Buster to Barthel in the corner. Brutus grabs Carter but Carter fights him off and hits a suplex. Barthel decks Brutus in the corner. Carter and Barthel go at it now.

Barthel slingshots Carter into the middle rope. Brutus grabs Barthel but Aichner makes the save. Brutus fights Aichner off and drops him, then knocks Carter off the apron. Aichner gets the best of Brutus and then goes at it with Carter but Lee tags in. Lee flies in at Aichner but Aichner pulls him out of the air with a big backbreaker. Brutus slams Aichner and tags in Julius. Julius knocks the challengers off the apron and unloads on the others in the ring.

The Creeds double team Lee now. Brutus with a big Pounce to Lee. Aichner with a jawbreaker to Brutus and a big kick to Lee. Imperium goes for a double team to Lee but The Creeds cut them off and take them out. Carter tags in but Brutus gets the best of him. Brutus mounts Carter with big forearms in the middle of the ring. Brutus with a big gutwrench slam to Aichner, then a knee to the ribs of Carter. Barthel comes in and Julius slams him. MSK double teams Julius now, unloading with kicks. MSK double teams Barthel now for a close 2 count.

More back and forth between the teams now. Imperium takes out their challengers with double teaming. Aichner man-handles Carter now, then levels Lee with a huge clothesline for a 2 count. Aichner tosses Carter to the floor, then chops Julius. Aichner catches Julius on his shoulders and hits a big senton. Carter launches Aichner to the floor with a hurricanrana, then launches Barthel off the apron with a hurricanrana, sending him into Aichner. Lee runs the ropes and flips out of the ring, taking the champs down for a pop. Lee brings Aichner back in and MSK hits big moves off the top rope but Aichner kicks out just in time.

MSK double teams Julius now, taking him to the top. Julius fights them off. Aichner and Carter have Julius up top now. Aichner and Lee trade punches on the mat. They hit a big superplex on Julius, and crash down onto Aichner and Lee on the mat. Fans chant “NXT!” now while all three teams are down. Brutus gets up first and climbs to the top. Brutus leaps off the top with a huge cannonball, taking the champs and Carter down at ringside. Bivens is all smiles as fans pop for Brutus.

The Creed Brothers double team Carter in the ring now. Julius covers for the pin but Aichner pulls Julius to the floor to break it up. Julius gets sent into the steel steps, worrying Ivy and Bivens. Imperium double teams Brutus at ringside now, hitting a big European Bomb from the apron to the floor. Imperium comes back in for the European Bomb to Carter but Lee breaks it up, then kicks Barthel from the top turnbuckle, sending him right into a sitdown powerbomb by Carter for the pin to win the titles.

Winners and New NXT Tag Team Champions: MSK

– After the match, MSK stands tall as the music hits and we go to replays. The Diamond Mine looks on from ringside, disappointed, as MSK celebrates up the ramp.

– Back from a break and we see Harland and Joe Gacy at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, where President Kennedy was assassinated at in 1963. Gacy refers to the assassination and says that day the world came together but there has to be a better way for the world to come together than with tragedy, like triumph. Gacy is putting that on his shoulders and he hopes to unite the world, hoping they choose peace so we never have to suffer through tragedy or loss again. Gacy, looking into the camera, says that depends on all of you, doesn’t it?

– We see how Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez won the NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles on the Kickoff. We also get a video package for the next match.

Fatal 4 Way for the NXT Women’s Title: Io Shirai vs. Kay Lee Ray vs. Cora Jade vs. Mandy Rose

We go back to the ring and out first comes Cora Jade with her skateboard. Out next comes Kay Lee Ray with her baseball bat. Io Shirai is out next to a pop as fans chant her name. NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose. She comes soaring down with angel wings from a platform. Barrett says he loaned her the platform from his Bad News Barrett days. Rose hits the ring and we get formal ring introductions from Taylor. The bell rings and they start trash talking. Rose gets attacked early on but she retreats to the floor for a breather. Shirai and KLR team up on Jade and hit her with double team offense.

Jade gets sent out, allowing Shirai and KLR to hit double suicide dives on the other two opponents. Jade and KLR go at it at ringside now. Rose slams Shirai head-first into the apron. Shirai drops Rose and kicks her in the head. KLR sends Jade into the edge of the announce table. Shirai returns to the ring, as does KLR. The Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic winners face off, then go at it. Shirai blocks the KLR Bomb. They trade pin attempts and Shirai blocks another KLR Bomb attempt for a 2 count. Shirai blocks a suplex attempt and they trade more counters.

Shirai and KLR have a brief showdown now. KLR avoids a 619 attempt. Rose pulls Shirai to the floor and drops her. Rose decks KLR and fights her way back in, talking trash and taunting KLR. Jade comes flying in, tackling Rose and unloading on her with strikes. Rose tuns it around and slams Jade face-first into the mat. Rose with a Spinebuster to Jade but KLR makes the save. Rose counters and sends KLR out of the ring, onto Shirai. Rose unloads on Jade now, keeping her down in the corner. Rose poses for the crowd to a mixed reaction.

Rose dominates Jade for a few more minutes. They all end up down on the floor after top rope moves to the outside. Shirai brings KLR back in. Shirai with a stiff Hip Attack against the ropes. Shirai with a big kick as fans cheer her on. Shirai nails 619, then hits a missile dropkick from the top. Shirai covers but Rose breaks the pin up and tosses Shirai to the floor. Rose tries to steal the pin but KLR kicks out. KLR immediately pulls Rose into a submission but Jade tries to stop it. Shirai drops Jade and applies a Texas Cloverleaf to Jade while KLR has a submission to Rose at the same time.

Shirai and KLR go at it now. KLR plants Shirai but Rose drops KLR. Rose and Jade go at it now. Jade with a hurricanrana. Jade ducks a clothesline and dropkicks rose’s legs out, then kicks her in the head again. Jade screams out for the crowd and they cheer her on. Jade with a double stomp to Rose’s back. Jade sells a leg injury but fights through and charges. Rose cuts her off but Jade takes it to the corner. Rose sends Jade to the apron but Jade decks her. KLR comes for Jade on the apron but Jade hits a big Destroyer. KLR falls to the floor and fans chant “holy s--t!” now.

Shirai attacks Jade on the apron. Shirai goes to the top and hits a missile dropkick to Rose in the ring. Shirai with double knees in the corner to Rose. Shirai gets riled up now as she hits a big German with a bridge to Rose but Rose kicks out just in time. Wade wonders if the Destroyer has put KLR out of the match. Rose and Shirai trade offense now while on the apron. Shirai uppercuts Rose and climbs to the top with her. Shirai hits a huge Spanish Fly and covers for the pin but Jade flies off the top to break it up just in time with a senton.

Jade attacks Rose and drops her with Sliced Bread. Jade with a DDT for a close 2 count as KLR rushes in just in time to break it up. Jade unloads on KLR now. KLR hits the KLR Bomb to Jade. KLR goes to the top but Shirai shoves her off and she hits hard on the outside. Shirai goes back to the top as fans cheer her on. Shirai with the big moonsault to Jade but she lands bad on her arm. Rose rushes in and levels Shirai with a big knee strike to the face. Rose covers Shirai for the pin to retain.

Winner: Mandy Rose

– After the match, Rose stands tall as the music hits and we go to replays. Rose raises the title in the air as the others look on while still down.

– Back from a break and McKenzie Mitchell is in the back with Dexter Lumis and Indi Hartwell, and Duke Hudson and Persia Pirotta. It’s time to find out who fans voted as the hottest cowboy couple. McKenzie says fans voted for InDex with 89% of the vote. Hudson and Pirotta don’t believe it. The two couples have words and face off. Duke slaps Lumis’ cowboy hat off and they tangle until officials rush in to break it up.

LA Knight vs. Gunther

We go back to the ring and out comes Gunther, the leader of Imperium. Out next comes LA Knight for a pop.

The bell rings and they face off, then lock up. Gunther takes it to the corner but Knight turns it around, still staying locked up. They tangle in the corner and Gunther backs off but slaps Knight and yells at him. Knight turns it around in the corner and stomps away, putting Gunther down. Gunther goes to the floor for a breather but Knight nails a clothesline from the apron. They continue brawling at ringside as the referee counts.

Gunther with a big powerbomb on the edge of the apron. Gunther returns to the ring to pose but here comes Knight. Gunther fights Knight into the corner but LA fights back out. Gunther keeps working Knight around the ring, then scoop slams him. Gunther with a quick pin attempt before grounding Knight and man-handling him on the mat some. Gunther takes it back to the corner for more big strikes. Knight kicks out of the corner and unloads with puncher but Gunther chops him. Gunther with a big forearm to the back.

More back and forth now. Gunther with a Boston Crab in the middle of the ring. Knight won’t quit as Gunther grounds him with another submission. They get back up and Gunther launches LA into the turnbuckles. Knight counters with a big back-drop. Fans start to rally for Knight now. Knight charges but Gunther levels him with a huge chop. Fans chant for Gunther now but Knight blocks a suplex, then hits one of his own.

Knight and Gunther are slow to get up. Knight is up first and he charges but gets sent to the apron. Knight fights from the apron and launches himself over the top rope with a shoulder. Knight stomps away in the corner now while fans chant “yeah!” with him. Knight plays to the crowd and keeps stomping as the referee warns him. Knight charges with a running knee to the face in the corner. Knight looks to grab Gunther from behind but Gunther blocks it with a headlock. They trade strikes and Knight nails a powerslam in the middle of the ring. Knight stands tall and keeps control, taking Gunther to the top turnbuckle. Knight climbs up but Gunther decks him, sending him to the mat. Knight runs right back up and hits a big superplex for a close 2 count.

Gunther blocks the BFT but Knight keeps fighting. They trade big strikes and Gunther chops Knight, then nails a forearm to the back. Gunther with a Sleeper now, wearing Knight down while the referee checks on him. Knight starts to fade. Knight powers up with Gunther on his shoulders, then slams him face-first into the mat. Gunther kicks out at 2. More back and forth now. Knight goes to the top but Gunther attacks from behind with big chops. Gunther levels Knight and sends him tot he mat. Gunther climbs to the top and hits a big diving headbutt.

Gunther stands tall after the headbutt and yells out. He then follows up with a powerbomb in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.

Winner: Gunther

– After the match, The Ring General stands tall and pushes off the referee’s attempt to raise his arm. The music hits as Gunther poses in the middle of the ring and we go to replays. Gunther stands at attention in the middle of the ring and looks out at the crowd to end the segment.

– Back from the break and we get a video package for today’s main event.

– We see Bron Breakker walking backstage. We also see The Dirty Dawgs walking backstage.

NXT Title Match: Bron Breakker vs. Dolph Ziggler

Bron Breakker appears backstage and he stops to pick up a chainsaw, which is painted to match his gear. He cranks the chainsaw up and walks off. The music hits and out comes Breakker with the chainsaw. There are three large NXT letters on the entrance-way. Breakker cuts through the letters with the chainsaw and then heads to the ring as fans bark with him. Breakker bounces around the ring and waits for his opponent. The music hits and out next comes NXT Champion Dolph Ziggler with Robert Roode. The Dirty Dawgs hit the apron and pose as Breakker looks on. Breakker and Ziggler talk some trash as the bell hits and we get formal ring introductions.

Ziggler with a quick cheap shot and Breakker is heated now. The bell rings and they go at it. Breakker rushes Ziggler and sends him to the floor. They bring it back in but Ziggler attacks Breakker on his way back in the ring. Ziggler goes for a big takedown but he lands bad on the top of his head, still managing to turn it into a roll. Ziggler works Breakker over and goes to leap over him but Breakker snatches him out of the air for a big powerslam.

Breakker keeps Ziggler down and talks some trash. Breakker drags Ziggler away from the ropes for a 2 count. Breakker with a big belly-to-belly overhead throw, and another. Breakker with a third big overhead throw now. Breakker says the match is over. He drops his straps and waits for Ziggler to get back up but Roode grabs his legs from the floor. The referee sees this and ejects Roode, sending him to the back for a pop.

Breakker backs Roode up the ramp, and Roode turns to leave. Breakker comes back to the ring and resumes control, launching Ziggler with another big suplex. Breakker takes Ziggler back to the top for the Frankensteiner but he wastes some time, allowing Ziggler to slide out and crotch Breakker on the top turnbuckle. Ziggler with a big neckbreaker while Breakker is stuck on the top turnbuckle. Breakker kicks out at 2. Ziggler grounds Bron with a headlock now as fans rally for him.

Ziggler keeps fighting and hits another neckbreaker for a 2 count. Ziggler with a big elbow drop for 2. The referee checks on Breakker and Ziggler laughs. Bron fights up and out but Ziggler rocks him. Breakker fights back but Ziggler unloads in the corner. Breakker goes to the second turnbuckle but Ziggler knocks him to the mat and he lands on the back of his head. Ziggler uses the ropes as the referee counts and warns him. Ziggler with a Sleeper on the mat now while yelling at the referee to check on Bron. Ziggler keeps Bron grounded for a few more minutes while working him over and tightening the hold.

Bron fights up to his feet and powers out. Bron fights but Ziggler keeps control. Ziggler wastes some time, allowing Breakker to hit shoulders, clotheslines and another big throw. Breakker catches Ziggler with a big slam for a 2 count. They end up on the top and Breakker hits the Frankensteiner for a big pop. Ziggler still kicks out at 2. Bron shows a bit of frustration but he stalks Ziggler and waits for him to get up now. Bron charges but Ziggler elbows him. They run the ropes and Ziggler jumps but Bron comes right back with a big Spear. Ziggler kicks out and Bron can’t believe it.

Bron grabs Ziggler by his throat and stares him down but Ziggler sends Breakker to the floor. Ziggler brings it back in for another close 2 count. Ziggler waits for Bron to recover. Bron blocks a superkick and levels Ziggler. Bron yells out and fans bark for him. Bron presses Ziggler high in the air and turns that into a powerslam in the middle of the ring. Roode pulls Ziggler out of the ring to break the pin up just in time.

The referee yells at Ziggler as Bron looks on. Bron runs the ropes and leaps over the top, taking Ziggler and Roode down on the floor. Fans bark for Bron as he stands tall. Bron brings Ziggler back in but stops and sends Roode into the steel ring steps. Bron comes back in at the 9 count but Ziggler immediately hits a Fame-asser, then the Zig-Zag for a close 2 count. Bron kicks out and Ziggler can’t believe it. Fans go wild as we get a replay.

Ziggler takes his time going back to the top but he nails a big flying elbow drop across the ring. Bron still kicks out and Ziggler shows some frustration now. Some fans do dueling chants as Ziggler gets up first. Ziggler cranks up for the big superkick but he puts the brakes on as he turns around and sees Breakker just standing there. Breakker levels Ziggler with a clothesline, then a big Spear.

Breakker presses Ziggler above his head but Ziggler rakes him in the eyes. Ziggler uses the eye rake to slide down back to the mat, then shove Breakker into an exposed turnbuckle, which Barrett says he saw Ziggler undo earlier in the match. Ziggler immediately follows up with a superkick for the pin to win and retain.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

– After the match, Roode rushes the ring and stands tall with Ziggler as the music hits. We go to replays. The Dirty Dawgs continue celebrating on the ramp as Breakker slowly recovers in the ring. NXT Stand & Deliver goes off the air with Ziggler raising the NXT Title in the air.

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