WWE NXT Results – November 14th, 2018

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Thank you for joining Ringside News’ live coverage of November 14th, 2018’s episode of NXT on the WWE Network. This should be an exciting show as we are less than a week away from NXT TakeOver: WarGames. Plenty of storylines are going to get wrapped up for the show. But there won’t be many seeing how there are only 4 matches on the pay-per-view.

Matt Riddle’s TakeOver debut will have to wait as his match with Kassius Ohno has been relegated to before the actual TakeOver special starts. But don’t fear, it will likely air on the WWE Network at a later date.

The rest of the upcoming NXT TakeOver: WarGames card is as follows:

  • Tommaso Ciampa vs Velveteen Dream — NXT Championship Match
  • Aleister Black vs Johnny Gargano
  • The Undisputed Era vs Pete Dunne, Ricochet and War Raiders — WarGames Match
  • Shayna Baszler vs Kairi Sane — 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match For NXT Women’s Title

You can check back here at 8:00 pm when the show kicks off and keep refreshing because we will be updating as the show continues. As always, thanks for visiting Ringside News!


Opening Segment

Bianca Belair vs Mia Yim

They felt each other out early on and Belair tried to grab Yim’s hair which was ironic considering her hair is so long it can be a weapon. Belair hit a shoulderblock and flipped over Yim but Mia blocked a dropkick and hit one of her own followed by a second, third, and a fourth.

Belair tossed Mia Yim out of the ring to give herself a little breathing room. Then Yim returned to get trapped in a chinlock.

Bianca continued her assault on Mia, and although Yim tried to come back, Bianca nailed her with a stiff dropkick and brought her back down.

Yim fought out of another submission hold and then Bianca missed a legdrop. Mia took Belair down in the turnbuckle and then hit a clothesline, a kick, and a dropkick followed by a gutwrench suplex for a two count. This was very close to handing Belair her first televised loss in NXT.

Belair fought back, but Mia soon took control once again and hit a cannonball in the corner. But Belair turned it around, hit her finisher and got the win.

Winner: Bianca Belair

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