It’s Tuesday night and that means a brand new episode of WWE NXT for May 7th, and Ringside News has you covered with live play-by-play results coverage. Start time for NXT is at 8:00 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.

Tonight’s NXT will play host to the final of the Women’s Breakout Tournament. Tiffany Stratton faces Roxanne Perez to become the inaugural winner, and the former wasn’t even in the tournament to begin with; having stepped in as a replacement for the injured favourite, Nikkita Lyons. Let us know who you think will walk out with the trophy!

The rest of tonight’s NXT will consist of Alba Fyre Vs. Tatum Paxley, Josh Briggs Vs. Von Wagner, as well as al the fallout from Saturday’s In Your House event. Bron Breakker defeated Joe Gacy to retain the NXT Championship, The Creed Brother became the NXT Tag Team Champions, Carmelo Hayes defeated Cameron Grimes for the North American Championship, and Toxic Attraction retained both the NXT Women’s Championship and the NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles.

That’s the preview for tonight’s NXT. Our live coverage will begin from 8PM 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!

NXT

This week’s NXT opens with some highlights from the In Your House premium live event on Saturday.

The new North Amercian Champion, Carmelo Hayes, comes to the ring alongside Trick Williams. Trick says things have returned to normal with Hayes back with his title. Hayes says he needs to give props to Cameron Grimes for their match at In Your House and pushing him to his limit. But he achieved what he said to do. He doesn’t chase dreams, dreams chase him. He says he is the most illustrious Champion and the fans wish they could be him.

Solo Sikoa comes out and the fans chant his name. Solo congratulates Hayes but says nobody wants to hear him. Sikoa says this is NXT where they fight more than talk. So he’s going to keep things short and sweet: everybody knows he’s got next. Trick says Sikoa made that deal with Grimes, that’s no longer relevant. Hayes says Sikoa bet on the wrong man. Sikoa tells them to look in his eyes and says they don’t see any fear because he has their number.

Grayson Waller comes out to the boos of the crowd. He says Sikoa isn’t famous enough to have Carmelo’s number, and if he did he would let it go to voicemail. Waller says he doesn’t care what blood Sikoa has, who his daddy is, his brothers, his cousin, or anyone else. Nobody likes him around here. Sikoa says “news flash idiot: shut the Hell up!” Sikoa says he fights solo in the ring but he has the fans. He says Waller wants some, then turns and hits Trick and Hayes. The numbers game get the better of Sikoa and Waller leaves with Trick and Melo.

*Commercial Break*

The D’Angelo family arrive at the arena, Legado Del Fantasma in tow. Tony asks if they arranged the meetings that he wanted and they say yes. He wants a meeting with city hall. He then tells Escobar he needs him to get out of his suit and into some gear because he’s arranged a little match for him tonight.

Von Wagner W/Robert Stone & Sofia Cromwell Vs. Josh Briggs W/Brooks Jensen & Fallon Henley

Wagner attacks Briggs as he’s posing in the ring. They two big men start slugging it out and Briggs takes Wagner down with a shoulder tackle. Briggs slides under the bottom rope and punches Wagner on the ropes. Wagner starts firing back, beating Briggs down in the corner. Wagner avoids a splash and hits an Angle slam for a near-fall.

Briggs lands some right hands and a big boot, but Wagner slings him through the ropes to the floor. Wagner runs Brigss into the apron, then puts him back in the ring. Before getting inside, Wagner grabs Jensen’s arm with the cast on and slams it into the apron. Wagner gets in the ring and Henley is arguing with the referee. Jensen slips the cast off and throws it to Briggs who hits Wagner with it! Briggs with a clothesline for the win.

Winner: Briggs Jensen

Solo Sikoa is in the trainer’s room and Mackenzie asks him how he’s feeling. Sikoa says this isn’t one of those times when you get your revenge a week or a month down the line. He wants Grayson and Hayes tonight. Mackenzie asks if he’s asking for a handicap match and he says he doesn’t care, he just knows he’s going to leave them both lying by the end of the night.

*Commercial Break*

Chase University is backstage with their newest member, Thea Hail, when Pretty Deadly walk in and start trash talking. Bodhi Hayward mocks them for losing the Tag Titles and they storm off.

Santos Escobar W/The D’Angelo Family Vs. Nathan Frazer

They lock-up and Santos takes the back but Frazer grabs the ropes. Escobar takes Nathan down with a wristlock but the Brit escapes. Tony D’Angelo is on commentary and he’s mocking Santos as Frazer hits a lightning-quick hurricanrana. Frazer dropkicks Santos from the ring, then looks for a suicide dive but Escobar moves out of the way and Nathan stops himself.

Escobar gets back in the ring and Frazer attempts a roll-up for two. Escobar then sends Frazer to the apron and hits an enziguiri to drop hi to the floor. Escobar takes a run-up and dives through the ropes to wipe Frazer out right next to Escobar. D’Angelo gets up and tells Escobar he needs to takes moves like that out of his repertoire because nobody likes them.

*Commercial Break*

We’re return and Frazer makes a comeback but Escobar cuts him off with a backbreaker for a two-count. Escobar goes to a single leg Boston crab but switches to a surfboard stretch. Frazer powers out but Escobar immediately goes back to the Boston crab. Escobar talks trash to D’Angelo, allowing Frazer to roll him up for a two-count.

Santos wants the tilt-a-whirl backbreaker again but Frazer counters. Nathan ducks a clothesline and hits a flying forearm and both guys are down. Frazer with some clotheslines and a springboard reverse DDT, followed by a standing shooting star press for a near-fall. Frazer goes up top for a phoenix splash but Escobar avoids it and knees him.

Escobar wants the Phantom Driver but Frazer slips off the shoulders. Escobar hits him with an enziugiri and Frazer rolls out of the ring. Stacks slides a crowbar into the ring to Escobar but he looks at it and slides it back out of the ring. Frazer gets on the apron and hits an enziguiri, then goes to the top rope and lands a 450 splash for the win!

Winner: Nathan Frazer

Xyon Quinn is interviewed backstage and he says he had to listen for a week as people praised Wes Lee. The match went for five minutes and he dominated Lee until he got a three second roll-up. Quin n says that, where he’s from, you don’t call that a win, you call it luck. He wants a rematch, and when he’s done Sanga better be nearby to help lift Lee’s unconscious body.

*Commercial Break*

The NXT Champion, Bron Breakker, makes his way to the ring. Bron says In Your House was an intense physical battle. Gacy challenged him mentally and physically, but no matter what he did he couldn’t take that title from him. But it wasn’t just about him, NXT is special and he couldn’t let Gacy have his way with it. Bron says he could see that everone backstage wants a shot at him, so the question is: who’s going to step up to the challenge?

Apollo Crews comes out and he is fired-up. The fans chant “welcome back” and Crews says this is the exact type of energy he has missed. Apollo says he’s here now and he’s here for as long as he wants to be. He congratulates Breakker and says he’s watched his meteoric rise to the top. Bron is a Hell of an athlete. Apollo says he left NXT way too soon and he left a lot on the table, so he is here to make and correct history. He envisions him and Breakker making history together down the line. They shake hands.

*Commercial Break*

Joe Gacy is with his hooded druids. He says Saturday was disappointing but it brought clarity. His movement does not need symbols, and it is time for him to focus on the progression of his druids. He says they will be competing next week for the first time.

NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament

Final

Tiffany Stratton Vs. Roxanne Perez

The match starts and Stratton immediately forces Perez to the ropes. Stratton uses her speed and athleticism to avoid Perez, then hits her and mocks her. Perez fires back and hits a headscissors – during which the lights started flickering. Perez grabs a wristlock but Stratton rolls through and turns the tables.

Perez grabs a side headlock but Stratton shoots her off, then gets her up and looks for a powerslam but Roxanne counters with an arm-drag. Lot of slow action and discombobulation. Perez grabs the wrist and jumps to the top rope but Stratton yanks her off and she hits the ropes before falling to the floor.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Perez gets out of a submission with a roll-up. Stratton hits a standing moonsault to Roxanne’s arm, then applies an armbreaker. Perez fights up and hits some European uppercuts. Perez tries to whip Stratton to the corner but can’t with one arm. Stratton slings her across the ring, then hits a handspring splash followed by a double stomp.

Perez counters a dominator with an arm-drag. Stratton sets her on the top rope but Perez kicks her back and jumps on her with a Thesz press. Stratton kicks her off and rolls outside but Perez immediately hits a suicide dive and gets her back in the ring. Perez hits an awkward moonsault and landed sideways.

Stratton with a crucifix pin for a near-fall, then lifts her for a powerbomb for a near-fall. Tiffany drags Perez to the corner but Perez rolls out of the way. Stratton springboards off the middle, then top rope for a moonsault and Perez tried to roll out of the way but rolled into it. Rather than go with the flow, she jumps up as if it didn’t hit her and lands Pop Rox for the win.

Winner: Roxanne Perez

Cora Jade comes down to celebrate with her friend, Perez. Jade hands her the contract that earns her a Women’s Championship match.

Toxic Attraction come out and Mandy sarcastically congratulates Perez. She says she should be really proud and she even has her best friend here with her. Rose tells her to enjoy the moment because it’s all downhill from here. She says Perez won’t be cashing that contract in on her, she’d be better off going to RAW or SmackDown. If she tries, she will fail. Just ask Cora Jade, she has two chances and failed both times. Rose starts to insilt Jade again but Cora attacks. Toxic Attraction beat Jade and Perez down until Indi Hartwell rushes down and evens the numbers. Hartwell kicks Rose off the apron and she falls onto Dolan and Jayne.

Bodhi Hayward is down backstage, holding his ribs, when offfcials and Chase U run up to check on him. Bodhi says Pretty Deadly attacked him and Andre says he’s going to kick their asses.

*Commercial Break*

Tiffany Stratton interrupts Wendy Choo’s interview backstage and she complains that Cora Jade cheated to beat her. Choo throws her drink over Stratton!

Pretty Deadly Vs. Andre Chase

This supposed tag team match gets underway with Chase by himself. He takes the fight to Elton and drops him, then knocks Wilson off the apron. Chase takes Elton down with a Thesz press, then backs him into the corner for punches. Wilson runs in but Chase hits a double axe handle. Andre hits a back body drop to Prince and clotheslines Wilson back out of the ring.

Elton gets dropped with a clothesline but Wilson trips Chase to finally get him down. They corner him and double-team with punches and kicks until the referee’s count of four. Pretty Deadly make tags and keep Chase down but Bodhi Hayward comes crawling down the ramp. Thea Hail comes out and stops Bodhi from joining the match.

Hail gets on the apron and asks for the tag and the fans love it. Elton gets in her face and Thea slaps him, then Chase knocks him out of the ring. Chase slams Wilson, then stomps him to the chants of the crowd, then rolls him up but Elton blind-tags in and boots him in the face. Pretty Deadly hit Spilled Milk and covers for the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

Carmleo Hayes and Trick Williams are walking backstage when Tony D’Angelo, Stacks and Two Dimes walk up. Tony says Hayes isn’t the only person to have a big win on Saturday, so maybe he should consider joining the family. Trick says Tony is the don, but Hayes is the sun because everything revolves around him. Hayes says he doesn’t want to join the family and Tony tells him to stay out of his business if he wants to remain NA Champion.

*Commercial Break*

Alba Fyre VS. tATUM pAXLEY

The match begins and they trade holds and pin attempts. Fyre blocks a kick and flips Paxley over but she lands on her feet and tackles Alba. They awkwardly get back up and repeat the flip spot and this time Fyre knees her in the face when she goes for the tackle. Fyre puts Tatum in the corner and chops her, then hits a front suplex. Fyre hits a gory bomb and a Swanton Bomb for the win.

Winner: Alba Fyre

After the match Fyre lifts Tatum up and shakes her hand. Fyre leaves up the rmap but Lash Legend attacks her!

Diamond Mind is backstage and Roderick Strong walks in. He asys he knows he’s been tough on the guys but The Creed Brothers not only rose to the occasion but they dominated. Edris Enofe and Malik Blade walk in and congratulate them but say they’dmaybe like an opportnity. Brutus and Julius say they’d be honoured to give them as hot next week.

Blade and Enofe leave and Roderick Strong is angry, says you don’t hand out opportunities for free. He says they’ve never been Champions before but he has, multiple times. And now that he thinks about it, they made a lot of mistakes in their match on Saturday. They’re lucky to be Champions. And he was willing to give them one strike but they’ve already made it.

*Commercial Break*

Carmelo Hayes & Grayson Waller W/Trick Williams Vs. Solo Sikoa & Apollo Crews

Sikoa and Crews get in the ring, throw Williams out, then beat Waller and Hayes and send them to the outside as well. The match officially gets underway with Hayes and Sikoa but Carmelo immediately tags Waller. Grayson swings a few errant kicks, then headbutts Sikoa but it knocks himself down.

Sikoa headbutts Waller, then tags Apollo for a slingshot tope. Crews hits a stallng vertical suplex for thirty seconds! Hayes tags in and hits Crews with a tilt-a-whirl headscissors. Waller tags back in and stomps Apollo down in the corner, then htis a suplex of his own and poses. Hayes tags back in and prevents a tag while thumpins the back of Apollo.

Hayes grabs the leg but Apollo hits an enziguiri and both men go down. Sikoa and Waller get the tags and Solo lands a series of clotheslines and knocks him out of the ring following a hip attack. Crews tags back in and dives out of the ring onto Hayes and Waller. Trick checks on his boy as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Solo is beating Grayson. Hayes gets the tag and doesn’t want to get in, so Sikoa throws him into the ring. Solo beats Hayes downa nd wants a hip attack but Trick gets on the apron and distracts him. Hayes gets back in and connects with a springboard clothesline. Waller tags in and trips and hold him down so Carmelo can stomp him.

Waller continues the offence and goes to the middle rope for a flying elbow drop and a two-count. Hayes tags in and jumps at Solo but nobody is home. Hayes backs Solo into the corner and tags Waller, who drills him with some knees to the face. Sikoa runs Waller into Hayes, knocking him off the apron, then ducks a leg lariat and makes the tag.

Crews comes in hot with clotheslines and a series of German suplexes to Waller. Hayes rushes in and Hayes dodges a kick before landing another Germa suplex. Crews with a splash to Grayson, then a standing moonsault but Hayes breaks the pin. Sikoa comes in and trades shots with Hayes, then clotheslines him over the ropes. Waller looks for the rolling Stunner but Crews catches and counters him with a spinning powerbomb for the win!

Winners: Solo Sikoa & Apollo Crews

That’s it for this week’s NXT, let us know what you thought of the show and we’ll see you back here tomorrow night for AEW Dynamite. Until next time, stay safe.

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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