WWE heads to Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida to tape the March 21st to the April 4th, 2018 episodes of NXT. Here are the spoiler results:

* Dark match: No Way Jose defeated Marcel Barthel.

March 21st, 2018

* Tommaso Ciampa cuts an in-ring promo. He tells everyone that Johnny Gargano is gone and he’s never coming back. As he leaves he goes to tear up a sign by is attacked by Gargano from the crowd.


* Dusty Classic: Roderick Strong & Pete Dunne defeated ONEY Lorcan & Martin Stone.

* Ember Moon defeated Aliyah. Shayna Baszler was on commentary.

* Raul Mendoza was jumped by Andrade Cien Almas as he was making his way out. Almas cuts an in-ring promo on Aleister Black.

* Adam Cole defeated Kassius Ohno.

March 28th, 2018

* William Regal announces the NXT North American Championship will be crowned at Takeover. EC3 comes out and Regal announces that he will be one of the competitors in the ladder match to crown the new champion. 5 other NXT Superstars will be added to the match.

* Dusty Rhodes Classic: AOP defeated Street Profits.

* Dusty Rhodes Classic: Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong defeat SAnitY.

* Lars defeated John Silver.

* Andrade Cien Almas is shown beating up Aleister Black in the parking lot. Eventually they make their way to ringside where Almas destroys Black with a chair.

April 4th, 2018

* Killian Dain, Velveteen Dream, Lars Sullivan, EC3, Adam Cole and Ricochet will be in the ladder match.

* Velveteen Dream defeated Trent Seven.

* Killian Dain vs Lars Sullivan ends in no contest when the other four men involved in the ladder match run in and have a big brawl. Ricochet ends up standing tall at the end.

* Kairi Sane defeats Vanessa Borne.

* Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals: AOP vs. Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong. The match ends in DQ when Kyle O’Reilly and Adam Cole interfere.

* William Regal announces Undisputed Era vs. AOP vs. Dunne & Strong for Takeover NOLA and the winner is Tag Champions and Dusty Classic Champions.

* Ricochet defeats Dijak.

That was it for the tapings.

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