WWE NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver Night 2 will go down tonight and Ringside News has got you covered with our exclusive live play-by-play results coverage.

Start time for Stand & Deliver is 7:00 PM EST, with the Kickoff Pre-show starting at 6:00 PM EST. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

Night 1 of Stand & Deliver was a brilliant show with Walter Vs. Tommaso Ciampa the clear stand-out match. Night 2 promises to be every bit as exciting, if not more so. The main event tonight will see the much-anticipated showdown between Karrion Kross and Finn Balor with the NXT Championship on the line. Is time up for Balor’s title reign? Or will the Irishman be the first to defeat Kross? Let us know your predictions below!

The NXT North American Championship is also on the line tonight. Bronson Reed won the Gauntlet Match last night to earn a shot against Johnny Gargano. Despite the obvious size difference, Gargano was more than confident last night, but will he still be North American Championship by the end of the night? Of course, there will be two other titles matches tonight, with Santos Escobar facing Jordan Devlin in a ladder match to determine the true Cruiserweight Champion, and the NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions, Shotzi Blackheart & Ember Moon facing Candace LeRae and Indi Hartwell of The Way.


The other match tonight is one with more than a hefty dose of anticipation. Former best friends and allies, Kyle O’Reilly and Adam Cole will face-off in an unsanctioned match that promises to be the most intense and violent of the entire week. And that’s the entire card for Night 2 of Stand & Deliver. This has all the potential to be the best show of WrestleMania week and we’ve you got covered all night. Just hit the link below, and enjoy the show!

Kick-Off Show

Sam Roberts and Jimmy Smith are back to host the pre-show for Night 2 of Stand & Deliver. They list the matches on tonight’s show and talk about how great last night was.

We see a video package for Finn Balor Vs. Karrion Kross. Smith says Kross is trying to win back the title he never lost and he’s been holding that anger. Smith says Kross is only concerned with power and aggression and that’s his startegy heading into tonight.

Samoa Joe sat down with Karrion Kross and Scarlett for an interview. Joe asks what it was like for Kross to have to relinquish the title after TakeOver 30 and he says it sucked. He says people think he just showed-up in NXT and won the title but it took a lot of years. And in that moment he felt like it was all for nothing. Joe asks how Kross will beat Balor and he says he will cut the ring off and bomb him. He says Balor won’t be able to control the pace or drag him into deep waters. Joe asks how it would feel for him to win the title again and he says he didn’t come to NXT to fit-in, he wants to lead the pack. Joe says Balor called him emotional and Kross says he doesn’t care what anyone thinks of him, he’s here to be a Champion.

Next, Finn Balor sat down with Samoa Joe and they start off by mentioning their history. Joe asks if Kross could put a blemish on Finn’s near-perfect record. Balor says he’s proven himself time and again and if anyone needs to stand and deliver, it’s not him. Joe asks about the similarities between Balor and Kross, both having to relinquish titles due to shoulder injuries. Balor says it’s not ideal to lose a title that way and it took him a long time to get back to where he wanted, but it is what it is and he’s in Kross’ way. Joe says Kross is ferocious, so how does Balor win? Finn says he’s beat big men before and he takes them to places they’ve never been. Joe says he sees a fire in Finn’s eyes like never before, so what’s driving it? Finn says he’s been a Champion all over the world, for twenty years and somehow he’s the underdog against Kross. It pisses him off and tonight he’ll prove himself again.

Shotzi Blackheart and Ember Moon are interviewed backstage and asked about The Way claiming they’re winning tonight. Shotzi laughs loud and Ember says it’s clear The Way still haven’t found their minds. Moon says they’re going to TCB and steal the damn show. Shotzi shouts “welcome to the fire pit” and howls.

Mickie James joins the pre-show to discuss the Women’s Tag Team Titles match. James says the growth of the women’s division is incredible and having tag titles gives the ladies something more to fight for. She says Shotzi and Ember are opposites but fit together so well and The Way need to take them seriously. Jimmy Smith says Candace is a great leader and Indi is the better athlete, and they live together, so they’re a good team. Mickie says tonight could see the Golden Gargano’s come to fruition.

We see a video package for the Cruiserweight Championship ladder match between Jordan Devlin and Santos Escobar. Sam Roberts says this is the match he’s looking forward to most because it’s so rare that you have two guys who both have legimate claims to a title. We see a clip from the Global Press Conference where Devlin says he is worried that people will turn on NXT, see Escobar, and think that’s what cruiserweight wrestling is. Escobar says it literally comes from lucha libre, which he is royalty of, and Devlin says it may have been born in Mexico but it was perfected in Ireland. The panel talk a little about the dominance of Santos Escobar and how a ladder match is a wild card.

Breezango Vs. Killian Dain & Drake Maverick

Number One Contenders Match

The match gets underway with Dain and Tyler Breeze, who is dressed like a pirate. Breeze ducks a lock-up, then grabs the wrist and tags Fandango but Dain throws Breeze across the ring and he rolls out. Dain hits a hip toss to Fandango, then tags Maverick. Fandango drops Drake and dances, then Maverick gets the better of him and he dances. Dain tags back in and takes control of Fandango, but then tags Maverick and throws him into Fandango. Fandango catches Maverick with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a two-count.

Fandango beats Drake into the buckles and punches him, then tags Breeze. Tyler hits a snap suplex for a two-count. Fandango tags back in and hits a stalling vertical suplex to Maverick for a two. Breezango continue to make a lot of tags and isolate Maverick but they can’t put him away. Maverick gets draped on the top rope, but then runs around Fandango to finally make the tag. Dain comes in hot against Fandango and drops him with a clothesline, then Breeze also, and hits a crossbody to Fandango.

Breeze leaps to the apron and clotheslines Breeze into the ring, then hits a senton onto him. Dain hits a fallaway slam and a Samoan drop to Breezango, then hits a big boot in the corner to Fandango. They look for a double-team but Breeze superkicks Mavrick, then he and ‘Dango superkick Dain for a near-fall. Maverick tags himself in and hits a top-rope Frankensteiner to Fandango. Dain comes in and powerbombs Maverick onto Fandango for the win.

Winners: Killian Dain & Drake Maverick

Maverick and Dain have earned a title shot against MSK, who won the vacant NXT Tag Team Titles last night.

We see a highlight package of last night’s TakeOver. William Regal is interviewed backstage and he says everyone killed it last night and he can’t wait to see what happens tonight. Regal says he had police escorts for O’Reilly and Cole earlier today because he wanted to take every possible precaution. Regal is asked if he fined Cole for laying his hands on him last week and Regal smiles, then says no, Cole won’t be fined.

The final match discussed is the unsanctioned bout between Kyle O’Reilly and Adam Cole. Samoa Joe sat down with Kyle O’Reilly and asked him what’s changed for him lately. O’Reilly says that’s hard to answer because it’s been such a crazy year. He’s having an internal struggle because he loved being in The Undisputed Era but something had to give. He strayed so far from himself that if he was going to save his soul he had to disengage. Joe says Kyle’s actions aren’t reflecting his words. O’Reilly says he’s right but to beat Adam Cole he has to sink to his level. Joe asks if O’Reilly has what it takes and he says he definitely does, and he plans on this being a short match.

Finally, Samoa Joe sits down with Adam Cole. Joe says he’s followed Cole for years and he’s always been impressed by the poise he’s shown over the years. But as of late that hasn’t been the case. Cole reiterates how personal this match is and says O’Reilly is an ingrate. Joe asks if Cole is out to prove he’s the backbone of TUE, to which Cole says no-one disputes that fact. Cole is asked about his reckless behaviour and he says Kyle started the whole thing by trying to run him off the road and threatening to show-up at his house. Cole says he’ll be satisfied after the match when O’Reilly can say to himself that he should never have messed with him. Joe asks if they could ever co-exist again and Cole says if O’Reilly apologises and understands the type of imbecile he’s been, then maybe.

That’s it for the TakeOver Kick-Off Show. The main card is beginning right now and we’ve got all the results. Just hit that refresh button below and enjoy!

TakeOver: Stand & Deliver

Night 2 of TakeOver: Stand & Deliver opens with a performance from Grammy-nominated Poppy, who performs a new song called ‘Say Cheese’.

Cruiserweight Championship

Ladder Unification Match

Santos Escobar Vs. Jordan Devlin

The bell rings and they go at it right away, throwing hands in the middle of the ring. Devlin whips Escobar and catches him with a back elbow. Devlin looks for a pop-up back suplex but Escobar counters with a side headlock. Devlin fights up but eats a few kicks to the gut. Santos misses a boot and gets hit with a urinage and a standing moonsault. Escobar rolls outside and Devlin goes to the apron to hit a springboard moonsault on the floor!

Devlin pulls a ladder from under the ring and clocks Escobar with it in the face, then takes it into the ring. Devlin starts climbing but Escobar pulls him down, then sets the ladder in the corner. Escobar tries to whip Jordan into it but he stops himself. Devlin counters Esobar, then whips him towards it but gets reversed and the Irishman smashes into the ladder and up over the ropes to the floor. Escobar goes out and hits running double knees to slam Devlin into the barricade. Escobar pulls another ladder from under the ring and sets it against the barricade.

Escobar gets back in the ring and takes the ladder from the corner and looks to set it up in the ring. Devlin comes in and Santos dropkicks the ladder into his face. Santos lifts the ladder and drives it into Devlin’s stomach over and over. Escobar places the ladder in Jordan’s stomach in the corner, then dropkicks it. Escobar goes out to get yet another ladder and brings it into the ring. Escobar erects the ladder in the middle of the ring and stomps Devlin down, then signals that the end has come before setting a ladder across the top rope.

Escobar lifts Devlin and slaps him across the face but Devlin grabs him and throws him face-first into the ladder propped-up on the top rope. Both men slowly get up and Santos dropkicks the ribs of Devlin. Escobar looks for a catapult into the ladder in the middle but Devlin lands on it and starts climbing. Escobar grabs his foot so Devlin jumps off and hits a DDT. Escobar knocks Devlin from the ring, then hits a suicide dive that smashes him into the ladder leaning on the barricade. Escobar gets back in the ring but so does Devlin and Santos is getting frustrated, so he kicks Jordan and trash talks him.

Escobar wants to hit the Phantom Driver on the ladder but Devlin flips him onto it. Both men get up and trade shots back and forth but Escobar gets the better with a leaping knee. Devlin catches Escobar with a Spanish Fly, then goes to the apron and lands a flying cutter. Devlin looks to set-up a ladder but Santos shoves it back into the corner. Devlin headbutts Santos and climbs the ladder anyway, even though it’s nowhere near the title. Escobar climbs up the other side but Devlin punches him off, then Devlin hits a massive moonsault off the ladder!

Escobar rolls outside and Devlin pulls the ladder into the centre. Devlin starts climbing but out comes Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza and they shvoe him off and he falls to the floor. Legado Del Fantasma continue the mugging on the floor and throw Devlin into the steel steps. Escobar gets confident and tells them he’s got it, so he gets back into the ring and starts climbing slowly. Devlin comes back in with a ladder and throws it at Escobar. Devlin sets the ladder up beside Santos and climbs up. They’re side-by-side trading shots until Devlin grabs him and hits a Sapnish Fly from the ladder!

Devlin repositions one of the ladders and starts climbing. Devlin touches the belts with his fingertips but Escobar comes back and they trade atop the ladder. Devlin gets a hand on it but Escobar headbutts him and he flies off the ladder and crashes through a ladder propped-up in the corner. Devlin is down and out and his back is bleeding. Santos Escobar smiles and takes his sweet time removing both Cruiserweight titles to win the match!

Winner and Undisputed Cruiserweight Champion: Santos Escobar

We see a video from earlier today of both Kyle O’Reilly and Adam Cole arriving at the arnea, both of whom were flanked by security.

Highlights are shown of last night’s Triple Threat Tag Team Championship match, in which MSK became the new Champions. MSK are interviewed backstage and asked how they feel. They say they feel great and they don’t want to take the tiles off. When asked about Killian Dain and Drake Maverick they say they’re good but they’ve already beaten them and they ain’t losing the titles. When asked for predictions about tonight’s matches they are on completely different wavelengths.

NXT Women’s Tag Team Championships

(C) Shotzi Blackheart & Ember Moon Vs. The Way

The match begins and The Way storm the Champions right away. Shotzi beats on Candace in the corner but Indi comes back and slams her. Candace puts Blackheart in the corner and shoulders her as Moon slowly gets back on her own apron. Hartwell tags in and throws Shotzi into Candace’s knees before landing a sidewalk slam for two. Indi hits a back elbow and tags LeRae back in for a running elbow, snapmare and a neck snap for two.

Candace and Indo isolate Shotzi and make a lot of tags. Candace tries to use the ropes to help her pin but the referee catches it. LeRae clubs Blackheart in the corner but Shotzi knocks her back and tries to tag out, only for Hartwell to tag in and drag her back to their corner. Shotzi hits an enziguiri and makes the tag to Moon, who flies in with a kick to LeRae, then a forearm to knock Indi off the apron. Moon hits some right hands and a shout-out to Road Dogg before landing the final right hand.

Moon wants The Eclipse but Indi stops her, then we get a Tower of Doom spot and Indi covers Moon for a two. Hartwell takes control of the match and hits Moon with a spinebuster for a near-fall. Candace tags in but so does Shotzi and she takes them both out with a flying crossbody. Blackheart hits a suplex to LeRae, then tags Moon, who holds the ropes open for Shotzi to hit a suicide dive and she flies right over them and lands hard against the barricade.

Moon hits a cannonball off the apron to Indi and Candace, then she gets Candace back inside for her and Shotzi to hit a double team move for a near-fall. LeRae rolls-up Shotzi for two, then hits a superkick. LeRae cheap-shots Moon off the apron, then tags Indi for a double-team flapjack and a near-fall. Shotzi drops both Candace and Indi, then Moon hits a double Eclipse and Blackheart finishes them off with a flying senton.

Winners: Shotzi Blackheart & Ember Moon

We see Finn Balor sitting in his dressing room drinking water, then a clip of Karrion Kross hitting a heavybag.

Stephanie McMahon is sitting ringside with Gable Stevenson, an NCAA Champion, winner of the Danny Hodge trophy, and a future Olympian. He’s a new NXT Signee.

North American Championship

(C) Johnny Gargano W/Austin Theory Vs. Bronson Reed

The bell rings and Reed corners Gargano and slams him down. Gargano flips over Reed, ducks an elbow, and attempts a hurricanrana but Reed cartwheels out of it. Gargano then ducks him and attempts a dropkick but Reed doesn’t budge and Johnny falls like a rock. Reed lifts him up in a military press, then hits a fallaway slam. Gargano rolls from the ring and attempts a slingshot spear through the ropes but Reed doesn’t fall.

Reed catches Johnny with a big chop. Gargano starts trying to chop him down and attacking the legs and he’s able to get him down with a flying kick. Gargano is all over Bronson with forearms and elbows. The big man rolls outside and Johnny hits a baseball slide, then dives over the ropes but gets caught. Gargano gets off and shoves Reed gut-first into the announce table. Back in the ring, Gargano drops Reed and hits a flying crossbody for a two. Gargano targets the ribs and looks for the Gargano Escape but Reed stands-up and runs him into the buckles.

Reed catches Gargano with a high-angle powerslam. Reed hits a few forearms and a body attack but the ribs are still hurting. Bronson counters Gargano and hits a big chokeslam. Reed lifts Gargano up and holds him for a moment, then hits Jagged Edge for a near-fall. Gargano hits a backstabber for a two-count. Johnny lands a few kicks but Reed hits him with a huge suplex and both guys are down. Gargano kicks Reed in the face, then misses another and Reed gets him up on his shoulders but Gargano hits a Poisonrana!

Gargano locks-in the Gargano Escape but Reed reaches the ropes. Johnny attempts a slingshot DDT on the ramp but Bronson catches him and hits a Razor’s Edge into the ring! Reed goes to the top rope and looks for the Tsunami but Jonnny rolls out of the way and superkicks him for a near-fall. Gargano attempts another but Reed catches it and floors him with a lariat. Reed climbs the ropes but Theory jumps up and Reed punchs him down. The distraction allows Gargano to hit the ropes and crotch Reed. Gargano attempts a top-rope rana but Reed counters and lands a powerbomb.

Reed covers but Theory puts Johnny’s foot on the bottom rope. Ree caught it and he goes out and chokes Theory. Gargano flies through the ropes and lands on Reed’s shoulders, then he throws Johnny onto Theory. Reed then hits a suicide dive to Theory but Gargano avoided it. Johnny gets him inside and attempts a sunset flip but Reed hits a backbreaker for two. Gargano hits a superkick but Reed lands one of his own, then climbs to the top rope for a moonsault but nobody’s home! Gargano hits two One Final Beats for the win!

Winner: Johnny Gargano

We see Adam Cole sitting in his locker room, surrounded by security. Kyle O’Reilly is warming-up in his. That match is the main event.

NXT Championship

(C) Finn Balor Vs. Karrion Kross W/Scarlett

The co-main event gets underway and they come face-to-face. Balor looks Kross up-and-down as if he’s not impressed. They lock-up and Kross slams Balor’s down face-first but Finn pops-up and smiles. They go for it again and Finn takes the wrist but Karrion shoves him off and shakes his head. Kross takes the back and slams Finn down. Balor takes a headlock and tries to grind him down but Kross shoots him off and hits a shoulder. Balor continues to smile. 

Balor kicks the leg, then slaps Kross in the face. Kross runs Finn into the corner and throws him across the ring. Balor smiles and slaps him again, then Kross gets furious and screams at him. Balor is rammed into the corner and shouldered. Kross runs Balor into the opposite corner and does it again, then tries it a third time but Finn sidesteps and Kross runs into the ring post. Balor wraps the arm around the ropes and pulls on it until the referee counts four. 

Balor goes to work on the shoulder and holds Kross down with a lock. Kross slowly climbs to his feet and slams Balor into the buckles, then lands some big lariats. Kross hits a suplex, then hangs Finn in the tree of woe and kicks him before landing a running knee. Kross lifts Finn but the Champion takes him down with a cross armbar. Karrion tries to roll out but Balor transitions. Kross flips out and lifts Balor up but Finn DDT’s the arm. Balor goes to a hammerlock and snaps the arm.

Balor chops him in the corner before bending the arm over the rope again. Finn backs him into the corner and dodges a punch to hit a spin kick to the gut. Kross collapses holding his gut, so Balor follows-up with some kicks to the mid-section. Balor bends Kross over the ropes and clubs his ribs. Finn hits the ropes but Kross drops him with a headkick and goes to the corner to re-group. Karrion lifts Finn up and runs him into the buckles but Balor slides off the shoulders and hits a reverse DDT.

Kross hits a northern lights suplex and rolls over, then hits a big lariat followed by a powerbomb for a two-count. Kross wants the Saito suplex but Balor knees him a few timse, then tips him and hits a double stomp. Balor with a running kick, then goes to an abdominal stretch and punches the ribs. Kross drops Balor, then runs at him but gets caught with a slingblade. Balor wants the shotgun dropkick but Kross catches him with a lariat. Kross then lifts Finn and hits the Saito suplex.  

Kross taps his wrist and lines-up the forearm to the back of the head but Balor hits a Pele kick! Balor quickly follows-up with the shotgun dropkick, then a second and he goes up top. Balor hits the Coup de Grace and takes a second before going to the pinfall…and Kross kicks out and immediately goes to a straightjacket submission! Balor pulls himself up on the ropes and rolls backwards before landing a double stomp. Balor runs and kicks the ribs, then knees them repeatedly. 

 Balor goes to a Twister submission and Scarlett yells something inaudible to Kross, who powers himself out and drills Finn in the back of the head with forearms until Balor is almost out. Kross hits a release German suplex, then the Saito suplex. Kross runs and hits the forearm to the back of the head and Finn falls. Kross lines-up a second forerarm and connects for the pinfall.

Winner and New NXT Champion: Karrion Kross

Legado Del Fantasma is interviewed backstage. Santos Escobar says Devlin was a tough opponent but he still won the battle. Santos says Legado is family and he is the undisputed Cruiserweight Champion, the Emperor of Lucha. 

We see the new NXT Women’s Champion, Raquel Gonzalez, sitting at ringside as the announcers mention that NXT is moving to Tuesday nights. This coming Tuesday will be the first NXT on that night and we’ll have live coverage right here. 

It’s time for the main event. Both O’Reilly and Cole come out to new music and their own shirts. A line of security in the middle of the ring separates them as we get ring introductions.

Unsanctioned Match

Kyle O’Reilly Vs. Adam Cole

The match begins and they run into the middle and throw hands. Cole punches Kyle into the corner but O’Reilly turns the tables and hits a big boot. O’Reilly runs Cole to the opposite corner for another boot, then Cole cuts him off with a pump kick. O’Reilly clotheslines Cole over the ropes, then dives onto him and instantly grabs an armbar. Cole stands and kicks Kyle in the face to break free, then runs him into the barricade. 

Cole tosses Kyle into the pexi-glass once again but gets taken down and punches a few times. O’Reilly hits a catapult into the barricade, then runs him into it again. Kyle sets-up a chair at ringside and sits Cole on it, then drills him with kicks to the chest. Cole catches a kick and thinks about a piledriver but gets flipped over onto the floor. O’Reilly puts Cole back inside and goes for a guillotine but gets forced-up onto the top rope and shoved off to the floor. 

O’Reilly is sent into the barricade again, then Cole grabs a chair from under the ring and jabs it into Kyle’s gut. Cole hits him across the back with the chair, then throws it and more into the ring. Cole slams Kyle’s head into a camera rig by the announce desk, then back into the ring. Cole jams the chair into the neck of O’Reilly and trash-talks him. Cole lifts O’Reilly and whips him hard into the buckles. 

Cole continues targeting the neck and hits a neckbreaker onto a steel chair with The Undisputed Era logo. O’Reilly tries to rally but gets caught with another neckbreaker. O’Reilly wants a running knee but gets caught with a kitchen sink. Kyle lands a flurry of strikes as the fans chant for tables. O’Reilly hits a running forearm in the corner, then slams Cole on a chair and goes to a heel hook. Cole rolls to the ropes but there is no rope-break, so he kicks Kyle and rolls out of the ring. 

Cole sits on the chair outside the ring and O’Reilly hits a running dropkick off the apron. Cole grabs the steel chair in the ring but O’Reilly punches it into his face and scores a two-count. O’Reilly goes outside and pulls a chain from under the ring. As he’s getting back inside Cole DDT’s him for a two. Cole ties the chain around the top rope but O’Reilly clobbers him with a forearm and wraps the chain around his boot to kick Cole in the face. 

Cole tips O’Reilly over and applies the Figure Four with the chain wrapped around his legs. O’Reilly slow turns the move to reverse the pressure but Cole turns it right back. Both men trade shots in the Figure Four until they both fall back. They slowly get up and trade shots with O’Reilly getting the better. O’Reilly this the ropes but Cole pulls the chain from the ropes to almost decapitate him! Cole uses the chain to hit a backstabber for a near-fall. 

Adam sets two chairs up near the corner, back-to-back, then lifts him up but O’Reilly fights free. Cole hits a German suplex and O’Reilly rolls through to fall onto one of the chairs, then Cole hits a shining wizard and they crash through the chairs. Cole scores a near-fall and rolls from the ring. Cole removes the top half of the steel steps before dragging O’Reilly outside. Cole wants to hit the brainbuster on the steps but O’Reily lands on his feet and applies a guillotine. Cole is almost out and Kyle hits a knee to the face. O’Reilly thinks about the brainbuster on the steps but let’s go.

Cole takes advantage of O’Reilly’s inner turmoil and runs him into the barricade. O’Reilly comes back and slams Cole into the announce desk. Kyle takes the top off the table, then he and Cole climb on top and trade shots. Cole wants to slam O’Reilly, but Kyle counters with a suplex on the desk and he bounces right off! Cole crawls away and around the barricade into the production area. O’Reilly follows after but Cole smashes him with a TV monitor! 

Cole drags O’Reilly back into the ring, then goes under the apron and pulls out a toolbox. Cole empties the toolbox, which contains a tire iron, chain, pliers, bolt-cutters, and a hammer. Cole takes the pliers and tries to jam it into O’Reilly but he fights it. Cole kicks him in the face, then grabs a tire iron but O’Reilly kicks him and lifts it himself. Cole hits an enziguiri but Kyle hits a rebound clothesline. O’Reilly hits a brainbuster for a near-fall. 

O’Reilly uses the chain to apply an armbar but Cole quickly escapes, only for Kyle to transition to a triangle choke. Cole almost passes out but grabs the tire iron and hits Kyle in the gut. Both guys are down and grab steel chairs. They set the chairs up in the middle of the ring ad sit on them facing each other. They talk trash and hit each other one-at-a-time – getting-up in the process – until Cole low-blows him. Cole hits a superkick for a near-fall. 

Adam grabs a chair and wraps it around O’Reilly’s head, then lifts another chair. The referee tries to dissuade Cole, so he turns and punches the referee. Cole bends down and talks trash to the referee, by which time O’Reilly has taken the chair off his head. Cole goes to the middle rope and hits Panama Sunrise and covers but there is no referee. O’Reilly rolls from the ring onto the ramp as Cole is getting angry. 

Cole follows after O’Reilly and tosses him off the ramp. Cole beats O’Reilly against the barricade, then Kyle jumps on his for a guillotine but Adam runs him into the plexi-glass to get free. Cole puts O’Reilly on the ramp again. Kyle jumps on him with the guillotine again but this time Cole jumps forward to slam Cole down but both men fly through the ramp! Cole is the first one up and out of the hole, then he kicks a hole in the side of the ramp and drags O’Reilly out.  

Cole tosses O’Reilly back onto the ramp and they get back in the ring. O’Reilly crawls right back out the other side of the ring and Cole follows, dragging him over to the steel steps. Cole lifts O’Reilly and hits the brainbuster on the steps. Cole drags O’Reilly’s limp body into the ring and covers but Kyle gets his shoulder an inch off the mat! Cole wants The Last Shot but O’Reilly collapses onto the mat. Cole lifts him and runs for it but Kyle ducks and applies a heel hook! 

Cole tries to kick himself free but O’Reilly holds on, so Adam grabs the steel chain and decks Kyle in the face! Cole goes to the middle rope and looks for Panama Sunrise but O’Reilly catches him and hits an Ushigoroshi. O’Reilly hits a running PK, then removes the kneepad and hits The Last Shot but Cole kicks out! O’Reilly throws the chain around the top turnbuckle and puts Cole’s leg inside a steel chair. Kyle pulls himself onto the top rope but Coles smashes him with a chair.

Cole then sets a chair in the ring upside down with the legs sticking up and takes O’Reilly to the top rope. Cole shouts at Kyle on the ropes, but O’Reilly low-blows him and Adam falls into the ring. Kyle takes the chain and wraps it around his leg as Cole crawls over the upside-down chair. O’Reilly leaps and drives him through the chair with a knee! O’Reilly crawls to the cover and scores the pinfall! 

Winner: Kyle O’Reilly

After the match O’Reilly stands in the corner and watches as medics come down with a stretcher and get Cole on a gurney. O’Reilly stumbles up the ramp with welts on his back but stops to look back at the chaos in the ring. 

That’s it for NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver. What did you think of the first-ever two-night TakeOver? Let us know below, and remember we’ll have results for SmackDown tomorrow, then WrestleMania nights 1 & 2 over the weekend. Until then, stay safe! 

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Curtis Dillion

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