WWE heads to Full Sail University tonight to tape the October 24th to November 14th episodes of NXT television. Below are the spoiler results.
* Xavier Woods & Seth Rollins come out for a League of Legends segment.
October 24th
* Backstage promo with William Regal. He instructs security to be sure that Aleister Black sees him immediately upon arriving at the building.
* The Undisputed Era come out a cut a promo. EC3 interrupts and it leads to a match.
* EC3 defeated Adam Cole. After the match, EC3 ends up getting attacked by Undisputed Era.
* Mia Yim defeated Aliyah in her debut match via Seoul Food.
* Kassius Ohno defeated Justin Xavier. Out comes Nikki Cross after the match. She points and laughs at Kassius.
* Uncle Regal is ready to announce Ciampa’s opponent for TakeOver War Games, but not without the Champion interrupting. Out comes Velveteen Dream, followed by Lars Sullivan. Aleister Black comes out but is attacked by Johnny Gargano. Gargano takes off. When Aleister got back up, he got in the face of Regal and asked “where is he?” Regal never revealed who the next challenger for the NXT title.
October 31st
* Street Profits defeated The Mighty.
* Nikki Cross defeated Mercedes Martinez. Out comes Candice LeRae after the match to confront Nikki. Aleister is out now and confronts Candice.
* Matt Riddle defeated Luke Menzies.
* Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch defeat Raul Mendoza & Roberto Carrillo.
* The screen shows The Undisputed Era, War Raiders, and Ricochet having a brawl outside. Pete Dunne shows up and starts attacking The Undisputed Era. William Regal announces that The Undisputed Era will face The War Raiders, Ricochet & Pete Dunne in a War Games match at the next Takeover event.

November 7th
* Heavy Machinery defeat Cutler & Blake.
* Dakota Kai defeated Taynara Conti.
* Bianca Belair defeated Mia Yim.

November 14
* Lacey Evans defeats Karissa Rivera.
* Winner receives the advantage at War Games: Kyle O’Reilly defeats Hanson.
* Lars Sullivan defeats Velveteen Dream after Ciampa distraction. After the match, Ciampa beats up Velveteen Dream. Dream makes a come back and refs break them up. This concluded the tapings.

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