Welcome to WrestlingINC.com’s WWE NXT 2.0 Viewing Party! Our live coverage starts at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

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Here’s what’s in store for tonight:

  • NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship Summit
  • Cameron Grimes vs. Nathan Frazer
  • Elektra Lopez vs. Cora Jade

Live Coverage

Our commentary team of Vic Joseph and Wade Barrett welcome us to tonight’s show and it’s time for our opening contest of the evening.

Roderick Strong & Damon Kemp vs. Pretty Deadly (Kit Wilson & Elton Prince)

Strong and Wilson start this one off. Strong lights Wilson up with some chops to the chest then a drop kick before making the tag to Kemp as Wilson makes the tag to Prince. Kemp goes for a slam but Wilson clocks him with an elbow and Kemp tells Strong he needs to tag out. Strong slaps Kemp and Kemp screams and cracks Prince with a number of strikes. Strong makes the self tag and launches Prince to the corner but Wilson comes in and the champs double team Strong and we head to a commercial break.

Back from the break and Kemp makes the tag Strong who lays out both members of Pretty Deadly. Strong lights up the tag champs with chops to both of their chests. Prince escapes and knocks Kemp to the outside, Wilson grabs his title and fakes out Strong with it, Julius Creed comes down and he gets cracked with the title. Wilson plants Strong with a back-body drop for the 1-2-3!

Winners – Pretty Deadly

We then see NXT North American Champion Cameron Grimes backstage, as well as Solo Sikoa. Solo says he has Grimes’ back tonight but after his match against Carmelo Hayes at In Your House, he has next. Duke Hudson interrupts and Solo challenges him to a match for tonight. Hudson seemingly accepts and we head to a commercial break.

Back from the break and we see Grayson Waller backstage. Tiffany Stratton walks in and Waller hypes her up and says she’s going to win the NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament, next Wednesday night.

We then see Legado del Fantasma and Tony D’Angelo alongside Stacks and Two Dimes on a boat for negotiations. D’Angelo says if he, Stacks and Dimes win at In Your House, Legado has to join the D’Angelo Family. Santos Escobar smirks and accepts but throws the offer right back at D’Angelo if Legado wins. D’Angelo seemingly accepts.

Elektra Lopez vs. Cora Jade

Jade trips Lopez and applies a headlock to start. Lopez breaks out and they lockup until Jade cracks Lopez with some uppercuts. Lopez powers back and slams Jade face-first into the mat then a drop kick and a cover but Jade kicks out. Lopez with a back-body drop, Jade trips Lopez out of the ring but Lopez quickly gets back in. Lopez shoves Jade aside and plants here with a power-bomb and goes for the cover but Jade grabs the middle rope to force the break. Jade trips Lopez and goes up to and nails Lopez with a splash for the three-count!

Winner – Cora Jade

We then see a promo hyping up the NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament Final for this weekend’s In Hour House event before we head to a commercial break.

Wes Lee vs. Xyon Quinn

Lee rushes Quinn but Quinn catches him and plants him with a power slam. Quinn cracks Lee with some punches then a back kick and an elbow. Lee drags himself to the ropes and nails Quinn with a running knee and goes up top but Quinn catches Lee mid-air in a cross-body and Quinn launches him to the corner. Quinn lifts Lee but Lee slides out and rolls Quinn up for the quick 1-2-3!

Winner – Wes Lee

We head backstage and see Roderick Strong berating Julius and Brutus Creed. Strong says he’s had enough of them and if they lose to Pretty Deadly at In Your House, they’re OUT of Diamond Mine.

Joe Gacy’s then shown in a dark room with his druids. Gacy says just like last week, Bron Breakker will lose his head at In Your House and he’ll become NXT World Champion.

Commentary announces that the NXT Women’s Championship Summit will take place, after the break.

Back from the break and Wade Barrett’s in the ring. Wendy Choo, Katana Chance and Kayden Carter come down to the ring, followed by Mandy Rose, Gigi Dolin and Jacey Jane of Toxic Attraction. Everyone immediately starts yelling at each other but eventually sign the contracts and then the brawl breaks out. Choo hits Rose with a spitball and Carter and Chance take out Dolin and Jane and the faces stand tall to end the segment.

Solo Sikoa vs. Duke Hudson

Sikoa plants Hudson with a slam to start. Sikoa lights up Hudson with a bevy of strikes but Hudson comes back and plants Sikoa with a German suplex. Hudson stomps on Sikoa and nails him with a belly-to-belly suplex. Sikoa comes back and fires off a number of strikes then a Samoan Drop before going up top and drilling Hudson with a splash for the three-count!

Winner – Solo Sikoa

We then see Tiffany Stratton, backstage and she says next week, she’ll win the NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament

We then see a pre-taped video package of Thea Hail announcing that she’ll ‘attend’ Chase U.

Back at the ringside area, it’s time for our next match.

Grayson Waller vs. Josh Briggs

Before the match begins, Waller convinced Briggs to tell Brooks Jensen and Fallon Henley to go backstage, which they do. Waller slams Briggs to start but Briggs comes back and drills Waller with a forearm then a back-body drop. Waller fires back with a drop kick then a cover but Briggs kicks out. Briggs nails Waller with some strikes and Waller rolls to the outside. Waller slides back in and rolls Briggs up for the 1-2-3!

Winner – Grayson Waller

After the match, Von Wagner comes down and attacks Briggs but Brooks Jensen comes back down and makes the save.

Ivy Nile vs. Kiana James

Nile goes right after James as the bell sounds. James clocks Nile with a kick and sends her to the corner and she clobbers the Diamond Mine member with a double front kick to the face. Nile gets right up and lets out a scream before lighting up James with a bunch of strikes and she plants James with her finisher for the three-count!

Winner – Ivy Nile

We then see another vignette hyping up the debut of Giovanni Vinci.

Commentary then runs down this weekend In Hour House card and we head to a commercial break.

Back from the break and it’s time for our main event of the evening.

Cameron Grimes vs. Nathan Frazer

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams join commentary for this one and the bell rings. Grimes goes after Frazer right from the start and takes him down before they tie up. Grimes sends Frazer to the corner and hits an elbow but Frazer kicks Grimes back but gets dropped with a shoulder strike. Frazer kips up and drills Grimed with a drop kick and the NXT North American Champion spills to the outside.

Frazer leaps over the top rope and cracks Grimes on the outside. Back in the ring, Grrimes grounds Frazer’s high-paced offense with a slam then a back-body drop and goes for the cover but Frazer kicks out. A striking exchanges ensued, Grimes trips Frazer, spins him back down to the mat and wallops him with the Cave In for the 1-2-3!

Winner – Cameron Grimes

After the match, Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams rush the ring but Grimes escapes and celebrates with his title as he and Hayes stare each other down from afar as the show goes off the air!

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