It’s that time of year again… NXT is coming to you live In Your House! And Ringside News has you covered with live play-by-play results coverage. Start time for In Your House is at 7:30 PM EST for the Kick-Off Show. 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.
Tonight’s show will feature six matches, the main event of which will be Joe Gacy challenging Bron Breakker for the NXT Championship. The stipulation for this match is that, if Breakker gets disqualified, he loses the NXT Championship. Can Breakker overcome Gacy’s mind-games? Or will he get sucked in and allow himself to be disqualified? Let us know your thoughts below.
The rest of the card includes Cameron Grimes Vs. Carmelo Hayes for the North American Championship, Pretty Deadly Vs. The Creed Brothers for the NXT Tag Team Championship, Mandy Rose Vs. Wendy Choo for the NXT Women’s Championship, Toxic Attraction Vs. Katana Chance & Kayden Carter for the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship, and a six-man tag between Legado Del Fantasma and the D’Angelo family.
And that’s the preview for tonight’s NXT In Your House. Our live coverage will begin from 7:30PM right here. Let us know if you’re excited about any of it and remember to hit the refresh link below and enjoy the show!
The NXT In Your House kick-off show is hosted by Mackenzie Mitchell and Sam Roberts.
They run down the matches on tonight’s show, then start talking about Cameron Grimes Vs. Carmelo Hayes. Roberts says Hayes will have to take a step-up if he wants to win tonight. Hayes and Trick appear on a split-screen and Trick says Hayes writes and re-writes the rules as he pleases. Hayes says he’s been watching Grimes for a while now but he fights with passion, emotion, and everything he has. He’s going to give it his all tonight but he’s going to show the world that, no matter how good Grimes is, he’s on a level that nobody can touch.
We see a video package for Wendy Choo Vs. Mandy Rose tonight. Rose said she has more pressure on her than any other Champion tonight. Roberts agrees and says Rose is establing herself in the same lineage as Rhea Ripley, Bianca Belair, Bayley, etc. And matter-of-fact, Wendy Choo isn’t on that level. Roberts says Rose will continue her reign.
Edris Enofe and Malik Blade join Sam and Mackenzie to discuss The Creed Brothers Vs. Pretty Deadly for the Tag Team Championships. They joke around and Enofe says if Pretty Deadly can’t retain they’re going to be pretty dreadful. They pick The Creed Brothers to win but Sam Roberts says Pretty Deadly have been flawless since joining NXT, and will remain so tonight.
They discuss the 6-man tag match between Legado Del Fantasma and the D’Angelo family. Roberts says this is a must-win match for both teams. He says he cannot imagine either D’Angelo or Escobar taking orders from the other, they’re both leaders, but we will come see one family take all the marbles tonight.
They finish by talking about Bron Breakker and Joe Gacy. Mackenzie asks if Bron can control his temper tonight when Gacy has made things so personal. Roberts says Bron runs very hot and that’s not something that benefits him tonight. Gacy is the king of control and mind-games. This stipulation is perfect for Gacy and he won’t stop until he is the NXT Championship. That said, no-one has been successful in stopping Bron Breakker yet.
This year’s In Your House premium live event kicks-off with Legado Fel Fantasma making their way to the ring. The referee reaches down inside the steel steps and pulls out Tony D’Angelo’s crowbar and throws it away.
Wilde starts with Two Dimes and they lock-up. Wilde grabs a headlock but gets shot-off and hits a pop-up dropkick. Del Toro and Stacks tag in, and Del Toro connects with a shoulder tackle, then front flips over Stacks and hits a headscissors. Stacks kicks him away from the corner and hits a dropkick from the middle rope.
Both men duck and both men land right hands and stumble to their corners. Escobar and D’Angelo tag in and the crowd go wild. They lock-up and struggle for control. Escobar shoots Tony off and hits a dropkick, then looks for another but Stacks gets involved. Suddenly every man rushes into the ring and the D’Angelo family gain control.
Legado regain control over Two Dimes and make use of quick tags. Two Dime kicks out of an enziguiri and a rolling suplex. DeL Torot with a European uppercut, then looks for a springboard but gets shoved over the ropes to the floor. Stacks tags in and goes out to beat Del Toro on the floor.
The D’Angelo family keep Del Toro isolated in their corner and stomp him over-and-over. Stacks grabs a submission and keeps him down for a minute, then tags D’Angelo who hits a butterfly suplex. Two Dimes tags in and connects with a shoulder tackle, then Tony tags back in and hits a backbreaker so Stacks can follow-up with an elbow drop off the top.
Del Toro fights up from a sleeper and clubs Stacks in the gut a few times. He counters a back suplex, rolls over him and tags Escobar. D’Angelo comes in the opposite side but Escobar runs over him with clotheslines and a Frankensteiner. Escobar knocks Stacks and two Dimes off the apron, then Del Toro and Wilde leapover the ropes onto them.
Escobar then hits Tony with a suicide dive and the crowd is loving it. Escobar gets D’Angelo back inside and looks for the Phantom Driver but Tony counters it and runs him into the corner. Escobar turns the tables and puts D’Angelo on the top rope. Escobar wants a super Frankensteiner but Stacks trips him up.
Del Toro and Two Dimes get tags and Cruz avoids him in the corner before landing a missile dropkick. Del Toro goes up top for a phoenix splash but nobody’s home and Two Dimes hits a clothesline. Stacks tags in and teams with Two Dimes but Wilde sends Two Dimes to the outside, then him and Del Toro hit a sweep/enziguiri for a near-fall.
All six men are down and the fans chant “this is awesome”. They all get to their feet on opposite sides of the ring, then rush at each other and brawl. We’re left with Escobar and D’Angelo and they hit stereo clotheslines and go down. Elektra Lopez hands Escobar brass knuckles and D’Angelo gets his crowbar.
The referee gets distracted and both men lose their weapons in the chaos. Joaquin Wilde hits Stacks with a crowbar but then Tony hits Wilde with the brass knuckles. Both men fall and Stacks lands on Wilde and gets the pinfall!
We see a vignette for Alba Fyre, who says she plans on releasing her ancestral power and leaving her opponents in her wake. “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”
Lash Legend and some girls are watching the monitor backstage and Legend is complaining about Fyre. Tatum Paxley says why doesn’t she shut up and challenge Fyre to a match but Legend makes an excuse. Paxley says she’ll do it.
The matc kicks off with Toxic Attraction attacking Kayden and Katana before the bell can ring. The challengers weather the storm and send both to the outside and dive over the ropes onto them. The referee rings the bell with Carter and Jayne in the ring, and Gigi isn’t even on the apron. Kayden whips Chance into Jacy for a one-count.
Katana dropkicks Jacy and tags Carter, who kicks Jayne in the corner. Dolan gets a blind-tag and pulls Katana’s hair. Jayne drops Ktana and Dolan comes in and kicks her back. Jayne tags back in and Dolan whips Katana into her clothesline. Dolan chokes Chance in the corner and Jayne hits a cannonball.
Chance counters a suplex and grabs a dragon sleeper, but Dolan escapes and kicks her in the head. Dolan knocks Carter off the apron and applies a submission to Katana. Chance and Carter hit Silly String to Dolan and Jayne tags in. But so does Carter and she takes Jayne down before dropping Gigi as well. Carter with a superkick for a two-count.
Jayne catches Carter with a German suplex and goes to a submission. Carter fights out and hits a backbreaker to Jayne, then Chance comes off the top with a double stomp for a near-fall. Jayne is put on the top rope and Dolan comes in but she gets dropped. Katana hits a super Frankensteiner to Jayne and she lands on Dolan!
Jayne with a cheap shot and she throws Chance. Dolan gets the tag and they hit a high-and-low and cover but Carter tags Gigi onto them to break the pin. Carter and Jayne brawl on the apron until Kayden hits a cutter and they both fall to the floor! Dolan and Katana are left in the ring and they trade shots.
Chance drops Dolan for a two-count, then tags Carter and they hit a 450/neckbreaker. Hayne breaks the pin and gets the tag and they go back-and-forth. Carter runs at Jayne but gets sent between the ropes and Dolan lands a cheap shot, then Jacy lands a German suplex and scores the win.
Pretty Deadly are backstage, brushing their hair, complimenting each other and singing about how much they hate The Creed Brothers. We then see Julius and Brutus warming-up.
The match gets underway and they share a stare-down. Lock-up and struggle for control. They exchange reversals and Grimes catches Melo with an inside cradle for a two-count. Hayes is sent to the apron where he shoulders Grimes and goes to the top rope. Grimes avoids Hayes and looks for the Cave-In but Carmelo falls away from it and looks scared.
Grimes whips Hayes to the ropes and catches him with a kick, then lands some European uppercuts. Hayes elbows Grimes but gets caught with a back body drop and a penalty kick. Hayes is sent to the apron and knocked to the floor. Hayes looks for a suicide dive but Grimes kicks him, then goes up top and lands a flying crossbody for a two-count.
Hayes rolls out and Grimes goes after him but Carmelo blocks a kick and trips him. Hayes goes inside, then leaps over the ropes and DDT’s Grimes on the apron! Both men are down on the floor but both beat the ten count. They trade counters and Hayes wants the springboard leg drop but Grimes avoids it.
Hayes then avoids a top-rope Cave-In from Grimes and hits a springboard clothesline for a two-count. Hayes punches Grimes in the corner and chokes him using the ropes. Trick ties Grimes to the middle rope using a doo rag and Grimes fights free but gets caught with a tilt-a-whirl arm breaker.
The Champion fights out of a submission, lands a kick, but gets tripped by Trick. Melo jumps onto the middle rope for a springboard but Grimes jumps on beside him and hits a massive reverse Spanish fly. Cameron with right hands and sends Hayes to the outside for the penalty kick from the apron.
Back inside, Grimes counters a headscissors with a sidewalk slam for a near-fall. Hayes counters a suplex but Grimes lands a superkick and covers but Melo gets a finger on the bottom rope. Grimes looks for a poisonrana but Hayes holds onto the ropes, then follows-up with a Codebreaker for a near-fall.
Hayes wants the top-rope Fame-Asser but Grimes avoids it. Grimes ducks him and connects with the spinning crossbody but again Hayes kicks out. Grimes wants the Cave-In but Hayes kicks him. Grimes lands the poisonrana and Hayes rolls out, then Cameron dives over the ropes onto both him and Trick!
Grimes gets Hayes back into the ring but as he tries to slide in, Trick grabs his leg. Grimes fights with Williams and the referee is distracted. Grimes pulls him onto the apron and hits the Cave-In, then gets in the ring. Grimes looks for a splash but Hayes avoids it, then goes up top and hits the Fame-Asser and scores the pinfall!
Joe Gacy is in a dark room with his druids. He says their time is now. They’ve torn down nostalgia in the hope of forging a new future. Tonight he becoems a beacon of change and leaves In Your House as the new NXT Champion.
We see a music video from MVP and Omos, in which MVP raps about Bobby Lashley. Omos and MVP face Lashley tomorrow night at Hell In A Cell, and you can read all about that here on Ringside News as it happens.
Choo pokes fun at the beginning and Rose beats he down into the corner. Wendy fires back but gets caught with a fallaway slam. Rose shoulder tackles Choo in the corner a few times. Choo with a backslide for a one-count, then drops her with a dropkick. Choo puts Rose in the corner and kicks her in the face.
Choo then looks for the nap time elbow drop but Rose rolls out of the way before mounted punches. Rose slams Choo’s face in the mat repeatedly and the fans chant “Wendy”. Rose beats Choo in the corner before grabbing a body scissors. Choo tries to fight up but Rose drops her with a clothesline.
Rose lands a suplex for a two-count and she’s starting to get frustrated. Choo lands a kick but Rose catches the second and hits a reverse slam for a two-count. Rose takes Wendy’s sleep mask and that makes her angry. Choo punches Mandy but Rose gets the better of the exchange and goes to an abdominal stretch.
Choo with a roll-up for a two-count, then a series of kicks. Choo hits a belly-to-belly and a handspring splash in the corner. Choo lands the nap time elbow and Rose rolls outside. Choo hits the ropes and connects with a baseball slide. She looks for a handspring on the floor but Rose catches her and plants her with a spinebuster.
Rose gets the NXT Women’s Championship and poses in the ring, assuming Choo ca’t beat the referee’s count. Of course, she gets in at nine, but Rose hits another spinebuster for a near-fall. Rose takes Wendy’s pillow and rips it apart. Choo unloads with a dropkick and right hands.
Choo pulls the top half of her jumpsuit down and she’s wearing a Toxic Attraction shirt. Wendy with a unique pin for a two-count, then applies a sleeper. Rose rolls to the ropes to force the break. Wendy kicks Rose and lands a full nelson slam. Choo goes up top but Rose slings her off using her own jumpsuit and follows-up with a running knee for the win.
NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament finalists, Tiffany Stratton and Roxanne Perez, are interviewed backstage. Stratton berates Mackenzie Mitchell before saying this is the “women’s” tournament and so her name should already be on the trophy, considering Perez is a child. Perez says Stratton may get opportunities like this all the time but she doesn’t, so she’s going to fight with everything she has. Stratton insults both them and storms off.
The match begins with Brutus and Kit Wilson, and Wilson uses his antics to take control early but Brutus’s strength wins him over. Brutus with a gator roll, then throws Kit across the ring twice. Julius tags in and Kit leaves the ring. Julius chases but coming back inside Pretty Deadly beat him down in the corner.
Julius fights up and throws both Kit and Elton a few times. Brutus comes in and hits stereo German suplexes with Julius. The Creed’s grab submissions at the same time but both Kit and Elton get to the ropes and roll out to regroup. Wilson kicks the steel steps and the fans chant “pretty angry”.
Prince grabs a headlock, gets shot off and hits a shoulder tackle. Julius leaps over Elton and mule kicks him before grabbing an armlock. Prince fights up and tags Wilson illegally, distracting the referee so they can cheap-shot both Brutus and Julius. The Creed’s get back in and double-team Kit with knees to the gut.
Brutus puts Elton on the top rope and holds him there so Julius can dropkick him. Julius hits a rolling slam to Wilson and Brutus throws Elton off the top rope. Pretty Deadly roll outside to regroup again. Julius goes out but Elorn shoves him into the ring post, then Wilson joins him to slam Julius onto the steel steps!
Pretty Deadly begin to isolate Julius in their corner and make tags. Julius tries to block a double suplex but he can’t. Elton applies a submission and Julius tries to deadlift him but collapses. Wilson tags in and hits an elbow drop to the back. Wilson applies a Boston crab to taunt Roderick Strong but Julius powers out and tags Brutus.
Brutus runs over Prince and hits the gorilla-like hammer-blows. Brutus deadlifts Prince and swings him into Wilson, then throws him. The fans are chanting “Brutus smash!” Brutus goes up top and hits a Brutus-ball for a near-fall thanks to Kit. Brutus with a German suplex to Kit, then Prince throws one of the title belts into the ring but Julius grabs it.
Julius thinks about using the title belt as a weapon – because it was used against him this past Tuesday – but he looks at his father at ringside and gives the belt to the referee. Brutus slams Prince and Julius goes to the top rope and hits a shooting star press! Julius then hits a basement clothesline and they get the win!
The bell rings after Gacy taunts Breakker, and the young Champion rushes the challenger. Gacy slaps Breakker, who then shoulders him until the referee’s count of four but stops himself. Gacy catches him with a backbreaker, but Breakker fires back with a clothesline and a belly-to-belly.
Breakker punches Gacy down in the corner, then counters a leap frog with a spinebuster. Gacy rolls out near his druids and Bron goes out after him. One of the druids hands Bron a steel chair and Gacy shoves him into the ring post. Back inside, Gacy grabs a sleeper. Bron fights up but gets beaten down in the corner and Gacy hits a running punch.
Gacy stays in control and keeps the pressure on Breakker. Bron attempts a roll-up but Gacy counters into a rear naked choke with his hooks in. Bron fights up but Gacy lands a urinagi for a two-count. Gacy hangs upside down in the corner and yells at Breakker before hitting a DDT for another two-count.
Gacy goes up top but Bron knocks him off to the floor. Joe rolls back in and catches Breaker with a body attack before grabbing a sleeper. Breakker fights free with right hands but eats a headbutt and a back suplex. Gacy taunts Breakker and punches him on his knees. Bron gets fired-up and hits a some shoulder tackles and a spinebuster.
Gacy rolls outside and Breakker wipes him out with a tope! Bron gets Gacy back inside but one of the druids gets on the apron. Breakker pulls him into the ring and the referee is distracted, during which time the other druid hands Gac a chair and he pulls an Eddie Guerrero and pretends he got hit with it!
The referee is about to disqualify Breakker but another referee runs down and prevents him. Gacy tries to roll Breakker up but he kicks out. Bron clobbers Gacy and he rolls to the apron where Breakker shoulders him and he flies off and lands on the announce desk! Breakker gets Gacy back inside and hits the patented Steiner bulldog for a near-fall.
Gacy grabs the steel chair and hands it to Breakker, who picks it up and Gacy begs hi to hit him. Bron thinks about it but hands it to the referee who throws it out of the ring. Gacy low blows Bron and rolls him up… but he kicks out! Bron is irate and grabs the steel chair but he hits one of the druids. Gacy hits the handspring but Bron spears him! Breakker with the military press powerslam and the win!
That’s it for NXT In Your House 2022. Let us know what you thought of the show in the comments below. We will be back tomorrow night with live results coverage for WWE Hell In A Cell and we hope to see you here. Until then, stay safe.