It’s Tuesday night and that means a brand new episode of WWE NXT for June 14th, 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 The Creed Brothers will defend the NXT Tag Team Championship against Malik Blade and Edris Enofe, in what will likely be the main event of the show. This match will be the first title defense for the Creed’s, who won the titles less than two weeks ago at In Your House. All isn’t well with Diamond Mine however, as Roderick Strong seems to be cracking as the leader.

There will also be a six-woman tag team match tonight, as Toxic Attraction take-on Wendy Choo, Cora Jade, and Roxanne Perez. Wes Lee will also be in action tonight as he takes-on Xyon Quinn again. And we’ll be seeing two debuts tonight in the Giovanni Vinci (formerly Fabian Aichner of Imperium), and Joe Gacy’s druids, now known as The Dyad.

And 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

NXT Tag Team Championship

(C) The Creed Brothers Vs. Malik Blade & Edris Enofe

The match starts with Blade and Brutus, and Malik attempts a few quick roll-ups but only scores two-counts. Brutus grabs him by the waist and rolls him around the ring. Blade bumps his waist to get free but Brutus then knocks him flying with a shoulder block. Brutus shoulders Blade in the corner and tags Julius.

Blade grabs a headlock on Julius but gets shot off and tackled to the mat. Blade hits two arm drags and grabs an armlock. Enofe tags in and whips Julius to the corner, Blade trips him, and Edris hits a dropkick to the back. Enofe hits a high-angle sunset flip for a two-count and we see Roderick Strong, Ivy Nile, and Damon Kemp watching backstage.

Brutus tags back in and Julius slams him onto Enofe for a two-count. Brutus grabs a front facelock and Enofe tries a small package but Brutus kicks out and keeps hold of the facelock. Edris hits a northern lights suplex and tags Blade, but Brutus clobbers him and tags Julius. After a quick few shots, Brutus tags back in and drills Blade with knees to the ribs for a two-count.

Julius tags in and Brutus tries to Judo throw him into Blade but the latter rolls out of the way. Blade runs Julius into his corner so he can tag Enofe, but Julius takes them both down with a shoulder tackle. Enofe rallies with clotheslines but Julius sends him over the ropes. Brutus and Blade rush in and Malik is sent over the ropes nex to Edris.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Enofe allies against Brutus and connects with a leaping knee flush to the jaw. Blade tags in and they hit a series of kicks, then Blade hits a back suplex. Enofe tags back in for a unique elbow drop off the top and scores a two-fall. Enofe grabs a headlock and Brutus slowly fights up and throws him and almost spiked him.

Julius tags in like a bat out of Hell and hits both of them with overhead belly-to-belly suplexes. Julius with a German suplex but Blade comes off the top rope with a flying clothesline. Blade hits some kicks to Julius nad knocks Brutus off the apron. Blade clotheslines Julius against the ropes, then jumps at him but gets caught. Brutus tags in as Julius hits a rolling slam, and Brutus finishes it with the basement clothesline.

Winners: The Creed Brothers

Cora Jade and Roxanne Perez are backstage reminiscing about their indie days. Indi Hartwell chimes in about how she used to have a husband and a family. She says, as the old woman of the gorup, that things can change quickly. They remind her she’s 25 years old and they need the old, ass-kicking Hartwell. She punches a locker and gets herself hyped up.

Tiffany Stratton makes her entrance and in the background you could see Wendy Choo on a bouncing ball. Stratton faces Fallon Henley after the break.

*Commercial Break*

We see Apollo Crews sitting in a diner and he’s writing in a notebook. He writes that he’s had a lot of success in WWE and many great moments, but all the while he kept hearing “N.X.T” in his head. The call of unfinished business. He had to come back and do the things he wasn’t able to the first time around. A guy in the diner is causing a real fuss, being rude to a waitress, so Crews goes over and beats him up.

Tiffant Stratton Vs. Fallon Henley W/Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen

The match starts and Stratton with a cheap shot to Henley. Fallon gets fired-up and beats Stratton in the corner. Henley attempts to slide under the bottom rope and uppercut her but Stratton catches her inside the apron and attacks. Stratton drags Henlet back inside and slams her, then hits a rope-assisted tope for a two-count.

Stratton applies a unique crab-like submission for a minute but Henley escapes and starts landing some clotheslines. Henley knocks her into the corner but Stratton kicks her down, then hits a double stomp. Stratton with a Smaon drop but out comes Wendy Choo on her bounce ball and she hits Stratton with confetti. Henley with the small package for the win.

Winner: Fallon Henley

Cameron Grimes is walking backstage and a few people tell him he had a great match at In Your House. He says he isn’t looking for symptathy. Bron Breakker walks up and says he knows how it feels to lose a title. Grimes reitereates that he doesn’t want sympathy. Duke Hudson walks-up and says Bron shouldn’t be putting idea’s in Grimes’s head. Bron asks what he wants and says Hudson is never going to get over a DQ win over him, is he? Breakker says he wants to shut Hudson up, so tonight he can get another shot, and this time the NXT Championship is on the line!

*Commercial Break*

We see a video package for Lash Legend, highlighting her incredible basketball career that was side-lined when COVID-19 hit.

Wes Lee Vs. Xyon Quinn

The bell rings and Lee looks for a roll-up right away but Quinn kicks out. Lee lands two kicks and looks for a third but Quinn catches his leg and picks him up. Lee gets dumped onto the top rope where he hangs and Xyonn clubs him a few times. Quinn tries to fling him off but Lee lands on his feet and slides between his legs but runs into a body block.

Quinn stands on Lee’s chest and keeps him down. Quinn picks Lee up and throws him, then does the same again. Quinn wastes time showboating and whe he runs at Lee in the corner there’s nobody there. Lee drops Quinn with a kick, then goes to the top rope and hits a modified corkscrew splash and scpres the pinfall.

Winner: Wes Lee

*Commercial Break*

A video airs for Nathan Frasier. He grew upon the tiny British island of Jersey. He was a very talented soccer player and he believes he could have gotten to the Premier League

DaNTE Chen & Javier BERNAL vS. The Dyad W/Joe Gacy

The bell rings and Gacy’s druids are still wearing the red robes with the hoods up. THe fans chant “take your hood off”. Bernal doesn’t know what to do but the druid rushes across the ring and drops him with a knee. Bernal beats the druid into the corner and tags Chan for a splash. They hit a drop toe hold and an elbow drop for a two-count.

The druid makes a comback with a shoulder tackle and tags the other one, who runs Chen face-first into the buckles. Chen gets beaten down in the corner, then the other tags in and they work toether to punch him. The fans are not too interested in The Dyad. Bernal tags back in and delivers a series of kicks.

Bernal connects with some clothesline, a Russian leg sweep and a basement clothesline. Bernal gets taken down with a kick and the other druid tags in and knocks Chen off the apron. The Dyad hit a double-team DDT for the win.

Winner: The Dyad

After the match Joe Gacy gets a microphone. He says The Dyad have taken the next step in their progression. He tells the fans to not judge The Dyad for wanting a sense of belonging. Gacy says the toxic society we live in have made his men feel inferior. There are many others that feel the same way. There is a schism between the three of them and NXT, and it will continue until NXT becomes a place of acceptance.

Xyon Quinn is walking backstage when he meets Sanga, flanked by two women whose names I can’t remember. Sanga jokes about Quinn, who tells him to bring it. Sanga steps to Quinn, who walks away. Sanga tells his lady friends that he has found his next opponent and twirls his moustache.

*Commercial Break*

We see a video of Nikkita Lyons training for her NXT return in a hilariously low-cut shirt.

The D’Angelo Family come out to the ring with Legado Del Familia in tow. The newly cast Two Dimes is there with Stacks and Tony. D’Angelo talks about when he met his two goons and says they’ve given him their everything since he brought them to NXT, so he wants to promote them. He gives them some gifts and kisses them on the cheek.

As for Legado Del Fantasma, Tony berates them and says they need to understand you do not rat on your family and you best keep your mouth shut. Wilde and Del Toro shake Tony’s hand, and Escobar does so very reluctantly. Tony says he has the strongest family in all of NXT, so it’s high time the don has a title around his waist.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams comes out. Hayes says he knows D’Angelo doesn’t want any problems with him or his title. D’Angelo says he already warned Hayes to stay out of his business. Interrupting him is a bad idea. Now him and his title have become his business. Trick says they don’t appreciate threats. Tony says Melo is great but he’s not the don. D’Angelo says he calls the shots, and he wants a title shot next week. Stacks says he wanst them tonight and Hayes says they look like an easy lay-up.

*Commercial Break*

Mandy Rose is sitting in the Toxic Lounge and she says tonight Cora Jade and Roxanne Perez will be stepping up tonight as they face them but they’ll be begging to step back down afterwards. Dolan and Jayne are there too and they both make fun of Perez and Jade. Rose says they will show why they’re the most dominant group in NXT history.

NXT Championship

(C) Bron Breakker Vs. Duke Hudson

As soon as the bell rings Hudson rushes Breakker and beats him down in the corner. Bron fires back and drops Duke with a few shoulder tackles. Breakker hits a massive spear and the military press into the powerslam for the win.

Winner: Bron Breakker

Cameron Grimes comes out after the match. He says he wanted to finish the conversation they started earlier. Since Breakker has come to NXT and taken it by storm, they haven’t had a chance to talk. And, to be honest, Grimes says he doesn’t care so he’s going to say what’s on his mind. Grimes says everyone in the crowd knows that Breakker only has the NXT Championship because of his surname. Grimes continues that he respects Bron, he’s very good. He maybe didn’t eat from a silver platter but he damn sure ate better than he did.

Grimes says everybody knew Rick Steiner, he was great, but nobody knows who his father was. Rick got to sit at ringside and watch his son win the big one, but his didn’t. Bron is built like a truck and he continues to get better each week. But he doesn’t have the heart that Grimes has. He’s tired of everyone cutting the line and who’s next. He’s tired of saying he’s going to the moon, how about the light the rocket and go. Grimes Vs. Breakker at Great Amercain Bash, how about it? Breakker says “you got it!”

Ivy Nile is backstage with Tatum Paxley. Nile says she’s been watching her and the work she’s been putting in, and she’s impressed. Roderick Strong walks up and says she’s making excuses for weakness. The Creed Brothers appear and Strong berates them for the handshake after their match tonight, they needed to put the nail in the coffin. Brutus thanks Strong and says he’s a great teacher. Julius agrees and says Brutus is a visual learner, so how about next week Strong and Kemp compete to teach them something. Strong starts to make excuses but Nile reminds him of the Diamond Mine way.

*Commercial Break*

Robert Stone, Sophia Cromwell, and Von Wagner are backstage. Cromwell says Wagner will be facing Brooks again next week, one-on-one, and there will be nobody at ringside. Wagner will show his dominance.

Giovanni Vinci Vs. Guru Raaj

The match gets underway and they lock-up but Vinci grabs the wrist and takes Raaj down. Raaj turns the tables but Vinci does a series of flips to get out, then attacks the ribs. Headlock takeover by Vinci, then he drops Raaj with a shoulder tackle. Vinci is sent to the ropes and Guru attempts a dropkick but Vinci doesn’t budge. Vinci chops him and hits a springboard crossbody. Vinci with a clothesline and a sit-out powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Giovanni Vinci

Solo Sikoa is interviewed backstage. He says he wants the North Amercain Championship and he knows he sounds like a broken record but.. Grayson Waller walks-up and says he’s sick of hearing Sikoa talk about the NA Championship. He says Solo got lucky last week and only won because of Apollo Crews. Sikoa says they can run it back next week, one-on-one. Waller reluctantly accepts.

*Commercial Break*

Malik Blade and Edris Enofe are backstage and Enofe says they should head to the club and raise their spirits. Grimes walks-up and says this was the biggest night of their careers, they should be pissed. He says they’ve been busting their asses and they failed. New opportunites don’t always come back around. They’re living their dreams in the place they want to be, but instead of sticking around for the main event he’s going to the club. Grimes says Edris has all the makings of a massive star but he’s wasting his talent.

Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams Vs. Troy “Two Dimes” Donovan & Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo W/The D’Angelo Family

The match begins with Trick Williams and Two Dimes, who hits Trick a few times and takes him to the corner. Stacks tags in and chops Trick, then grabs a headlock. Hayes tags in and drops Stacks with a dropkick, then lands some ground-and-pound. D’Angelo causes a distaction, allowing Two Dimes to get a tag and knock Hayes out of the ring.

Two Dimes throws Hayes into the steel steps. Back in the ring, Two Dimes puts Hayes in the tree of woe and tags Stacks for sme stomps. They make several tags and continue stomping Hayes in the corner. Hayes flips over Stacks and drops him with a dropkick. Two Dimes comes in and drops an elbow to the back of Hayes to prevent the tag.

Trick gets the ag and he drops both Stacks and Two Dimes. Wilde gets on the apron to cause a distraction and Del Toro looks for a springboard crossbody but Trick avoids it and Del Toro lands on Two Dimes. Trick then knocks Del Toro out with a clothesline and tags Hayes. Carmelo goes to the top rope and hits a Fame-Asser for the win.

Winners: Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams

*Commercial Break*

The D’Angelo Family are backstage and Tony is yelling at Wilde and Del Toro for getting involved and screwing up the match. He says they’d better not mess-up his match next week when he challenges for the NXT North American Champion.

Toxic Attraction Vs. Indi Hartwell, Roxanne Perez & Cora Jade

The match starts with Jade and Rose, and Cora forces her backwards with a lock-up. Jayne tags in and swings for Jade but nobody’s home. Jade hits a arm-drag roll-up for a one-count. Jayne takes Jade down with a neckbreaker, but eats a jawbreaker and a forearm to the jaw. Rose tags back in and Jade grabs a wristlock.

Hartwell tags in and grabs the wrist but Rose turns the tables. Hartwell takes Rose down for a two-count. Rose rolls out of the ring and Toxic Attraction from a huddle on the floor and talk tactics. All six women then get in the ring and Toxic Attraction are instantly knocked back out as we head to the last break of the show.

*Commercial Break*

We return to find Jayne holding Perez down with a submission. Perez fights up but Jayne drops her with a big right hand. Perez climbs up and they trade punches until Perez ducks one and htis a knee to the face. Indi and Rose tag in and Hartwell connects with some clotheslines and kicks for a two-count. Jade tags in and she beats Rose down as well.

Jade hits a rope-assisted double stomp the back of Rose. Jade hits a running knee against the ropes but Gigi then causes a distraction. Jade knocks Dolan down and does the same to Jayne, then Rose hits her with a spinebuster for a near-fall. Jayne tags in and hits a gutwrench suplex to Jade for a two-count, then tags Dolan. Gigi beats Jade down in the corner and tags Mandy.

Jade rallies against Rose and hits a neckbreaker. Jade makes a tag but Toxic Attraction had the referee distracted and he didn’t see. Dolan tags back in and takes Jade down with a bow-and-arrow submision. Perez gets the tag and she runs over Dolan and hits a Thesz press. Perez with elbows in the corner and a slam but Jayne breaks the pin attempt.

Hartwell comes in and throws Jayne to the outside, then does the same to Rose. Jayne gets on the top rope but Hartwell knocks her back off, then Rose drags Indi out and they fight on the floor. Jade drops Dolan and hits a senton off the top and landed flush. Dolan let out a cry that sounded a lot like real pain. Cora pins Dolan who seems to be legit hurt.

Winners: Cora Jade, Roxanne Perez & Indi Hartwell

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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