Welcome to Ringside News’ live results coverage of NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2019.

Never before has NXT been in a position where almost its entire roster wrestles on a Saturday night TakeOver, then the following night on a WWE PPV. Well, that’s where we find ourselves tonight, with most of the TakeOver cast competing tomorrow night at Survivor Series, but don’t think for a second that means they won’t give it everything. Naturally, with two PPV’s in two nights, NXT TV has been hectic and fun as all hell lately – retaining its position atop the wrestling food chain, where it has sat for the past five years.

So what’s going down tonight? Well it’s the first time we’ve ever gotten two WarGames matches in one night, and it’s the first-ever Women’s WarGames match. That match will see Shayna Baszler’s team of herself, Io Shirai, Bianca Belair, and Kay Lee Ray facing Team Rhea Ripley, with Candice LeRae, Mia Yim, and Tegan Nox in tow. The ladies of NXT have been killing it the past few weeks and the division has arguably never been more stacked. Expect the women to do everything to steal the show.

The other WarGames match tonight sees The Undisputed Era face Team Ciampa. Since his return and babyface turn, Ciampa has been the main man and his teammates include keith Lee, Dominik Dijakovic, and a yet-unnamed partner. We know what all the men in this match can do, so we know this will be a match of the year contender from the get-go.


The other matches taking place tonight include Isiah “Swerve” Scott Vs. Angel Garza on the pre-show, Matt Riddle Vs. Finn Balor, and Pete Dunne Vs. Killian Dain Vs. Damian Priest to determine the number one contender to face Adam Cole for the NXT Championship at Survivor Series. NXT TakeOver never fails to be an amazing show and tonight should be no different. Follow along here, on the Ringside News app, and via Instagram and Twitter. Enjoy the show!

Kick-Off Show

The WarGames pre-show begins with Charly Caruso, Pat MacAfee and Sam Roberts standing on the stage. The camera takes us backstage to see that Mia Yim was attacked just moments ago. Yim is lying down against some production boxes with doctors checking on her. Rhea Ripley is there and she’s pissed. She won’t be able to compete tonight.

Back on the stage, Roberts and MacAfee debate who, if anyone, will want to fill-in at such late notice. Charly announces that the women’s WarGames match will be kicking-off the show! The panel then run down tonight’s entire card, but right now we’re going into action!

Isiah “Swerve” Scott Vs. Angel Garza

Garza looks to remove his glittery trousers as the bell rings, but Scott stops him. The two of them have a fast-paced sequence of reversals, then sit on their knees and both slap each other. Scott knocks Garza from the ring and looks to hit a springboard hurricanrana on the floor but kinda botches it.

Back in the ring, Swerve chops the chest of Garza twice, before planting him with a release front suplex. Scott gets thrown onto the middle rope but he springboard right back off with a European uppercut to Angel’s back. Scott takes to the top rope and hits a crossbody, but Angel rolls through and, effectively, fallaway slams Scott into the bottom turnbuckle for a two-count.

Garza hits a springboard reverse suplex, followed by a basement superkick for a near-fall. Garza trash-talks Scott, then gets kicked in the face. Scott goes to the middle rope but Garza crotches him and follows-up with a dropkick to the gonads, I think. Garza stands on the middle rope and looks for a moonsault but nobody’s home.

Scott hits a lariat and a double-underhook sidewalk slam for a near-fall. Isiah looks for a full nelson but gets elbowed off, then he and Garza exchange stiff chops. Garza is flipped over the head off Scott but uses the ropes to springboard backwards and hit a sit-out powerbomb for a near-fall. Garza heads up top and jumps at Swerve on the apron but gets hit with a death valley driver!

Scott follows-up with a double foot stomp from the apron to the floor, then gets Garza back in the ring and hits a kick to the back of the head for a near-fall. Garza distracts the referee and looks for a low-blow but Isiah catches the foot. Angel then catches a kick from Swerve and hits the Wing Clipper for the win.

Winner: Angel Garza

We see a video package of Finn Balor’s return to NXT and his shocking heel turn. Back with the kick-off panel and they debate who will win the match between Balor and Riddle, with Roberts not giving The Bro much of a chance.

Backstage we see doctors taking Mia Yim to an ambulance with Team Ripley watching on. William Regal is there and he tells Rhea she’s the captain and she’s in. Dakota says she can’t, she isn’t prepared. Ripley says that she has wanted revenge of Baszler for a year, so Kai agrees. Back on the stage, Sam Roberts says Dakota Kai is a bottom-of-the-barrel pick, that she wasn’t even picked by Tegan Nox. Pat disagrees and says that Kai will run through WarGames for Ripley.

Finally, we take a look at the men’s WarGames match. Charly shows a Tweet from Tommaso Ciampa, who said he has a fourth teammate in mind ut it’s up to them if they come or not. Pat MacAfee then runs off with a microphone and hypes up the crowd to end the Kick-Off Show.

NXT TakeOver WarGames live from Chicago, kicks-off with a video package hyping the matches for tonight’s show.
We go live to the arena and alarms go off, smoke blazes, lasers fire, and the WarGames cage lowers around the rings.

Team Ripley is out first; consisting of Rhea herself, Tegan Nox, Candice LeRa, and the last-minute addition, Dakota Kai. Team Baszler is out second, and the NXT Women’s Champion has Io Shirai, Kay Lee Ray, and Bianca Belair. The match will begin with Io and Candice LeRae – all other competitors are in cages on the ramp, with Team Baszler getting a release first because Shirai won a ladder match on NXT.

Women’s WarGames Match

Team Ripley Vs. Team Baszler

The bell rings and both women start throwing wild hands – there’s a lot of bad blood between these two. LeRae hits a headscissors but Shirai lands on her feet. Candice catches Io and slams her, with Shirai then crawling into the other ring. LeRae runs and looks to suicide dive through both sets of ropes but Io hits her with a forearm.

Shirai then hits LeRae with a 619 in between the rings, then hits another from the other ring. In between the rings, Shirai hits running knees to LeRae as she lies against the two ring posts. Shirai then jumps on one top rope, steps to the other, and leaps off for a dropkick to Candice. Shirai hits a dropkick in the corner, then takes her to the steel apron and hits a drop toe-hold.

Shirai presses Candice’s face against the cage wall with her knee. The clock ticks down but then disappears and the fans chant “where’s the clock?” Io continues to beat LeRae around the ring until the timer elapses and out comes Bianca Belair. When Belair gets to the ring, Candice leaps over her from the top rope but gets dropped with a shoulder.

Belair hits a running shooting star press, then lifts Candice up but gets hit with a hurricanrana. LeRae forces Biance and Shira into the same corner and throws wild hands at them both. Biance dodges a splash that hits Io, then hits LeRae with two powerbombs and a third that launches her into the steel cage! Belair holds Candice in something akin to a camel clutch and Io runs off the ropes six times before delivering a dropkick to the face!

It’s time for Team Ripley and it’s the captain herself that’s free! Rhea immediately grabs a steel trash can from under the ring and tosses it inside. Bianca Belair tries to prevent her from entering the ring but Ripley slams the cage door in her face. Ripley then goes back under the ring and tosses in another trash can, kendo sticks, and a few chairs.

Ripley lifts Belair and hits a sit-out facebuster onto a trash can! Rhea enlists Candice to set-up four chairs in the ring, facing each other, then looks to suplex Belair onto them but Io prevents it and all four women brawl. The clock ticks down again and this time it’s Kay Lee Ray of Team Baszler. Ray also goes under the ring and she brings two more chairs into the ring. She then teases bringing a table in – which the fans have been chanting for – but slides it back under.

Ray hits Ripley with a tornado DDT onto a chair! Bianca Belair heads to the top rope but Candice joins her and they brawl. Kay Lee Ray unfolds all the chairs sitting in the ring, to the boos of the fans. Rhea hits a tower of doom to Candice, Io, and Ray, but Bianca holds onto the cage. Belair hits Ripley with a 450 splash and the clock ticks down to release Dakota Kai.

Kai walks out of her cage and stops on the ramp. She then turns and kicks Tegan Nox!! Kai gets into the cage and throws Nox off of the cage walls over and over. She goes to the outside of the cage and pulls Nox’s arm to slam her against the cage, then drags her previously-injured knee and slams the cafe door on it over and over again! Nox lies crying in pain until William Regal comes out and stops her but Dakota shoves him! Dakota screams something that was bleeped out before William Regal takes her to the back. The camera sits on Nox, still crying, when Suddenly Dakota comes back out and applies a kneebar to her! Regal rips her off again and Dakota screams at Ripley in the ring.

So Team Ripley is just two people, and will remain that way as the match officially starts. Kay Lee Ray and Bianca Belair beat on Ripley until Shayna Baszler is released. Baszler comes out and saunters down the ramp, relaxed as can be. Baszler gets into the ring and Ripley fights off Ray and Belair to throw hands with the Champion. The numbers catch up to Ripley again and she’s taken down.

Meanwhile, in the other ring, Candice counters Io and Ray to DDT them both. Shayna puts one handcuff on Rhea and put her and Candice between the two rings. The two babyfaces fire back with Candice using a trash can lid on Ray and Shirai, while Ripley unloads ground and pound on Baszler. Ripley slams Bianca into a trash can, before catching a tornado DDT from Ray and hitting a release suplex into the cage wall!

Shirai is on the top rope but Rhea climbs up, stomps her, then applies her hanging cloverleaf from the top rope. On the opposite rope, Shayna gets Candice in the Kirifuda Clutch. Ray stops Ripley, while LeRae throws Baszler off. LeRae hits Baszler with a moonsault and goes for the cover but Bianca hits her with a trash can. Belair then lifts Candice with a military press and tosses her onto Ripley in the other ring. Kay Lee Ray hits LeRae with a gory bomb, followed by a moonsault from Shirai…but Ripley breaks up the pin.

Rhea slams Ray into the cage wall, then takes a few shots from Bianca’s hair whip. Candice gives her a taste of her own medicine with a Kendo stick. Shirai kicks LeRae and hits a backbreaker, before heading up to the top of the cage. Candice starts climbing as well but Ray stops her. Candice hits Kay Lee Ray with a avalanche reverse hurricanrana but Belair breaks the pin attempt!

Shirai stands on top of the cage and hits a massive moonsault to Lerae and Belair below! Loud “NXT” chants from the crowd, followed by “Mama Mia” chants. In the other ring, Rhea Ripley beats on Baszler and sets-up two chairs in the ring. Ray jumps off the top rope but Rhea throws a trash can in her face. Baszler then grabs Rhea from behind and applies the Kirifuda Clutch! Rhea tries to break the grip but can’t. She’s about to pass out…but Ripley handcuffs herself to Baszler and gets free! Ripley kicks Baszler repeatedly, then Shayna swings for her but Rhea ducks and hits her with the Riptide onto the two chairs and pins her!

Winners: Team Ripley

Rhea and Candice celebrate their massive underdog win after the bell. We see replays of Dakota Kai’s shocking turn on Tegan Nox, as well as some highlights of the match.

Number One Contender Match

Pete Dunne Vs. Killian Dain Vs. Damian Priest

The winner of this one will face Adam Cole tomorrow night at Survivor Series. The bell rings and all three men throw an attack but miss. Dunne grabs the fingers of Dain but gets shoved off and into a kick from Priest. Dunne rolls outside, while Priest hits Dain with a leaping kick.

Dunner comes back in and hits Priest with a lariat, then Dain knocks Damian from the ring. Dunne catches a hit from Dain and bends his fingers, takes him down and stomps his elbow! Priest returns with a swift right hand to Dunne. Priest looks to dive over the ropes onto Dain but Dunne punches him.

Priest lifts Dunne and looks for a crucifix bomb but Pete slides off and Dain hits Priest with a running crossbody. Killian lifts Dunne and hits a Michonoku Driver onto Priest and it looked like Pete and Damian’s heads collided hard. Priest rolls from the ring and Dain goes after, slamming him into the Spanish announce table. Dain tosses him into the steps, then lifts him onto his shoulders. Dunne runs and jumps at Dain but he catches him as well and hits a Samoan drop/fallaway slam to Priest and Dunne, respectively

In the ring, Dain whips Dunne into the turnbuckles. The Bruiserweight fires back with right hands, then leaps over Dain and dodges Priest who kicks Dain in the corner. Dunne lands on his feet from a German suplex and kicks Priest. Dunne catches Dain with a snap German suplex, then stomps his hands. Priest runs but Dunne catches him with a rolling armbar.

Dain tries to break-up the armbar but Dunne grabs his fingers. Priest lifts Dunne and powerbombs him. Dain and Priest exchange shots, with both men hitting lariats, but then Dunne comes in and attacks both men until the double-team him. Priest drops Dunne a discus forearm, Dain headbutts Priest, then Dunne kicks Dain and stomps his hands. All three men continue exchanging shots until they jumps for kicks at the same time and they’re all down.

Dunne and Dain are battling in the ring until Priest takes them both out with a dropkick from up top. Damian hits Dunne with a Broken Arrow onto Dain, followed by a sit-out suplex for a near-fall. Priest tosses Dunne out of the ring, then lifts him up and hits a Razor’s Edge onto the Spanish announce table. Priest is revelling in his move when Dain flies through the ropes with a suicide dive! The Beast of Belfast then hits a cannonball to Priest against a steel railing!

Back in the ring, Dain hits a senton to priest, and heads up-top for the Vader Bomb but Priest prevents it. Priest then hits Dain with a Razor’s Edge but Dain breaks it up! Dunne grabs the arms of Priest and stomps his face over and over, followed by a running forearm in the corner. Priest follows-up with a leaping elbow. Priest runs towards the other turnbuckle and Dunne runs behind him but Priest dives over the ropes like Undertaker and wipes-out Dain!

Dunne wastes no time however, he takes to the top rope and hits a moonsault to both men on the outside. Back in the ring, Dunne and Priest exchange shots until Damian hits a huge clothesline. Priest looks for The Reckoning but Dunne counters. Priest looks for a Chokeslam but Dunne reverses with an armbar. Priest is about to tap when Killian Dian returns with a dropkick to Dunne. Dain lifts Priest and hits a Michonoku Driver for a near-fall.

Dain puts Dunne on the top rope and hangs him in the tree of woe and tosses Priest into him. Dain hits both men with a cannonball. Dain hits a Vader Bomb to Priest but Dunne breaks the pin with a moonsault. Pete hits Dain with The Bitter End but Priest kicks him to break the pinfall. Priest puts Dunne on the top rope and hits an avalanche Frankensteiner into Dain! Priest follows-up with a cyclone kick to Dain and The Reckoning to Dunne but Dain breaks it up!

Dain catches Dunne with a chop block, then dropkicks Priest from the apron to the floor. Dain climbs the ropes but Pete connects with an enziguiri. Dunne climbs up and so does Priest but the Bruiserweight snaps the fingers of Priest and he falls off. Dunne hits Dain with a superplex, followed by The Bitter End to Damian but Dain breaks it up. Dain puts Dunne on the top rope but Pete applies a sleeper and wraps his legs around. Dain attempts to get Dunne off by hitting a jawbreaker onto Damian and it works…but Dunne quickly hooks the leg and pins Priest for the win!

Winner and Number One Contender: Pete Dunne

Matt Riddle Vs. Finn Balor

The bell rings and neither man is eager to engage. They circle each other and Riddle looks to lock-up but Finn leans into the ropes to break up. They lock-up again and Riddle catches Finn with a helicopter into an armbar but Balor escapes they stand opposite again.

Finn looks to ground Riddle with amateur wrestling but Matt catches him with two deadlift slams. Balor escape from the third and Riddle looks for a roll-up but Finn hits a dropkick and goes to a rear chinlock. Riddle fights to his feet but Finn slams him down for a two-count. Balor chops Riddle in the corner and stomps him down, before hitting a hesitation dropkick for a two-count.

Balor knocks Riddle from the ring and follows-up with a diving kick through the ropes. Finn slams Matt into the apron a few times before rolling him into the ring. Balor stomps Riddle across the ring but the Bro fires back with some lightning fast kicks and punches, followed by an overhead suplex, soccer kick, and a senton for a two-count.

Riddle delivers a swift kick to the chest, then repeated kicks in the corner. Balor kicks Riddle from the corner, then hits a flying forearm. Balor looks for an enziguiri but Riddle catches him with an ankle lock. Fin crawls and gets to the ropes to force the break. Riddle lifts Balor from the middle rope, looking for a German suplex, but Finn holds the ropes. Balor elbows Riddle and connects with a big dropkick.

Riddle kips-up and delivers a switch knee, followed by a snap German suplex for a near-fall. Riddle hits a ripcord knee, and looks for a powerbomb but Balor tips him over and connects with a double stomp. Finn hits a front dropkick and looks for another but Riddle hits the Spear! Riddle grabs Balor and hits the Brohammer for a near-fall.

Riddle lifts Balor but the Irishman counters with a neckbreaker, followed by 1916 for a near-fall. Matt counters Finn and hits the Bro-2-Sleep and the Chicago crowd chant for their man. Riddle takes to the top rope and looks for a moonsault but Balor gets hits knee’s up. Balor goes up top and looks for the Coup de Grace but Riddle avoids it and applies the Bromission. Finn escapes but Riddle kicks him in the head. Riddle looks for ripcord knee again but Balor counters with the 1916 DDT for the win!

Winner: Finn Balor

We get a medical update on Mia Yim, who was attacked backstage earlier tonight, and they say she is in hospital, while Nox is in transit to hospital to get an MRI.

It’s time for our main event! The second WarGames match of the night, and this one features Undisputed Era – NXT Champion Adam Cole, NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong, and the NXT Tag Team Champions Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly – taking on Team Ciampa, consisting of Tommaso, Dominik Dijakovic, Keith Lee and a mystery fourth man.

The Undisputed Era is out first. Keith Lee is out first for his team, followed by Dijakovic. Captain Tommaso Ciampa is wearing Number 7 from Slipknot’s mask, and carrying a camouflaged crutch. Ciampa stomps right to the ring and Roderick Strong starts the match with him. Team Ciampa’s fourth member is nowhere to be seen.

Men’s WarGames Match

Team Ciampa Vs. Undisputed Era

Strong doesn’t want to get into the ring(s) because Ciampa has the crutch, so Tommaso tosses it to Strong. Roddy gets in the ring and lifts the crutch but tosses it out of the ring. Ciampa attacks Strong and beats him into the corner. Ciampa drops Roddy with repeated lariats, then tosses him into the cage wall.

Strong comes back with a backbreaker and Ciampa rolls to the other ring. Strong tees-off on Ciampa in the corner, then looks for a suplex but Tommaso fights it and drops Roderick on the top rope. Ciampa chops Strong, then hits ten punches in the corner and a running knee. Ciampa kicks Strong in the corner, then chops him silly and clotheslines him into the other ring. Ciampa looks for the Fairytale Ending but Strong counters with a double-knee gutbuster.

Strong unloads some ground and pound on Tommaso and beats him around until the timer appears. The next member of Undisputed Era released is Kyle O’Reilly and he runs to the ring. Ciampa chops both men until Kyle chop blocks him and unloads right and left hands on the mat. Ciampa fires back with a forearm but O’Reilly delivers a flurry of punches and kicks to floor the former NXT Champion.

O’Reilly and Strong knock Ciampa into the other ring and beat him down. O’Reilly holds Ciampa against the ropes and Roddy hits the running forearms, followed by a backbreaker. O’Reilly hits a leaping knee to Ciampa across Strong’s knee. Finally, it’s time for Ciampa to get a partner and it’s Dominik Dijakovic.

The big Croatian runs down to the ring and takes the fight to Kyle O’Reilly, turning him inside out with a clothesline. Dijakovic drops Strong, then hits O’Reilly with a huge release suplex onto Strong! Dijakovic looks for Feast Your Eyes but Strong elbows his way out. Dominik stares at him before tossing him into the cage wall over and over. O’Reilly dives onto Dijackovic, looking for a guillotine, but the big man throws him off and into the cage. Dijakovic checks-on Ciampa, who comes back into the match and takes the fight to Strong on the apron. Dijakovic elbows O’Reilly on the apron, who falls backwards onto the middle rope and bounces back up to be elbowed again and repeat.

Bobby Fish is released next and he runs down and attacks Ciampa up against the cage. Fish delivers kick after kick to Ciampa and Dijakovic. Strong returns to hit Ciampa with a twisting backbreaker, followed by Chasing The Dragon with Fish. The UE put Dijakovic up against the cage and hit him with running attacks. They turn their attention back to Ciampa and systematically beat him down.

Finally, it’s time for the glorious Keith Lee to enter the fray and he comes in like a bat out of hell. Lee floors every man of the UE with shoulders, slaps, and lariats. Lee leapfrogs both Fish and O’Reilly before wiping them both out with a crossbody. Lee slaps Strong down, then goes to the apron between the rings and leaps over with a crossbody to Fish and O’Reily. Keith is triple-teamed by Fish, Strong, and O’Reilly, and they keep him grounded with kicks.

Ciampa returns and attacks all three men but they get the better of him too. Dijakovic grabs O’Reilly and body slams him from the apron into the ring. Lee is back up and he tosses Strong to the other ring, where he and Dijakovic beat them down. Fish jumps on the back of Lee with a sleeper. Adam Cole is the final man of Undisputed Era released into the match and he brings out a table from under the ring to a huge pop!

A second table is placed against the barricade, while a third, fourth, fifth, and sixth are slid into the ring. The UE take the fight to Dijakovic and Lee, while Ciampa prevents Adam Cole from entering the ring and shoves him from the apron through the table at ringside! Ciampa gets Cole back into the ring and the door is shut…but the match hasn’t officially started, so the fourth member is coming.

Team Ciampa is the only one standing and they walk-down the Undisputed Era, who slowly climb to their feet. All seven men come to blows in the right-side ring, while the fans chant “NXT!” Cole and his cronies get the better of the babyfaces and the clock starts ticking down. The timer runs out but nobody appears. Undisputed Era are gloating but then music hits…

Kevin Owens comes running down to the ring and he blasts Strong and O’Reilly, before hitting Fish with a Pop-Up Powerbomb. Owens catches O’Reilly with Ushigoroshi, then a sleeper suplex to Roddy. Owens powerbombs Fish onto O’Reilly and the fans are still going bananas. Adam Cole comes into the ring and they’re face-to-face. Cole gives Owens the UE sign, asking him to join, but Owens instead does the crotch-chop and hits the Stunner but Strong breaks the pin attempt.

Dijakovic and Lee come back into the fray and they hip-toss Roderick from one ring into the other but they screwed it up and Roddy landed poorly. Everyone is in the right-side ring and the babyfaces are well in charge. Ciampa sets-up a table before hitting O’Reilly with the draping DDT. Lee sets up a table askew from Ciampa’s, while Dijakovic sets up a table in the opposite ring. Keith Lee takes to the top rope and hits a crossbody to Strong, Fish, Cole, and Dijakovic.

O’Reilly leaps from the top rope with a knee to Keith Lee’s leg, then applies a kneebar. Lee crawls to the bottom rope but there’s no break. Instead, Dijakovic hits a springboard moonsault from the other ring apron to break the submission. He goes for the pin but Bobby Fish hits a moonsault to break that one up. Ciampa lifts Fish and hits the Fairytale Ending, followed by a senton bomb from Owens but Adam Cole breaks it up. Cole then drops both Ciampa and Owens with superkicks.

Adam Cole climbs to the middle rope but Keith Lee headbutts him and climbs up. Roderick Strong punches Lee from behind and Cole drops down. Roddy hits the Strong Slam from the top rope, then he and O’Reilly hit a leaping knee/forearm combo. Dijakovic fights both Strong and O’Reilly but gets hit with the high/low. Owens tosses Strong and O’Reilly into the cage wall, before grabbing Cole on the steel apron. Cole elbows him off and looks for a suplex but Owens counters for the package piledriver but Cole flips over onto his feet, superkicks him, then hits the Panama Sunrise on the steel!!

Every man is down. Eventually Fish and Strong set-up a table near the corner, then a second beside it and they place Ciampa on the tables. Psycho Killer fights off and tosses Fish into the cage, followed by Strong. O’Reilly shoots for a takedown but gets caught with a knee. Ciampa hits a powerbomb backbreaker, then running knees to Strong and Fish against the cage.

Cole superkicks Ciampa but then gets thrown into the cage. Ciampa connects with three running knees to the NXT Champion, then takes him to the top rope near the tables. Cole looks for Panama Sunrise through the tables but Ciampa holds onto the cage. Cole slams Ciampa into the cage via his beard and he tumbles to the mat. Cole climbs to the top of the cage, meanwhile Fish and Strong are punching Lee on the top rope of the other ring.

Dijakovic grabs hold of Strong and chokeslams him through a table, then looks to do the same to O’Reilly but gets caught in an armbar. Dijakovic lifts O’Reilly high but Kyle elbows his head until he just sets him on the table. Kevin Owens comes off the top rope with a frog splash to O’Reilly and Dijakovic through the table! Keith Lee then hits Bobby Fish with a powerbomb through a table!

The only men left are Adam Cole and Tommaso Ciampa and they’re brawling on top of the cage! Ciampa lifts Cole onto his back and jumps off the cage for White Noise through the tables below! Ciampa lies on Cole for the pinfall!

Winners: Team Ciampa

Team Ciampa eventually get to their feet following replays and they pose together in the ring to close out the show.

And that’s it for WarGames 2019. Remember Survivor Series is live tomorrow and we will have results of the entire show. So be sure to come back and, until then, safe travels!

Curtis Dillion

Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.

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