Welcome to our live coverage of WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024, broadcasting from the F&M Bank Arena in Clarksville, Tennessee. We’ll be bringing you all the action from this highly anticipated event.
Our live coverage kicks off at 7 PM ET, so be sure to join us as we follow the action and share your thoughts in the comments section below. Don’t forget to spread the excitement on social media!
The WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 Kickoff Pre-Show opens up with Megan Morant welcoming us to the show alongside Matt Camp and Sam Roberts. NXT Champion Ilja Dragunov is shown arriving to the arena earlier in the day followed by Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams.
The Kickoff Show panel then runs down the lineup for tonight’s WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 Premium Live Event.
We shift our focus to the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals. Simultaneously, attention is turned towards the NXT Women’s Championship match.
Our cameras capture Lyra’s arrival at the venue, where she confidently expresses her determination and unwavering focus.
Surprisingly, Tatum Paxley appears, contradicting her earlier statement of being at home. She asserts that she wouldn’t miss a title match and expresses her excitement about being with Lyra.
However, Lyra tricks Tatum and heads towards her locker room. Meanwhile, we move on to the North American title match.
Kelly Kincaid interviews Dragon Lee, who acknowledges being the night’s underdog but asserts that he has defeated formidable opponents in the past. He acknowledges Oba’s monstrous presence but emphasizes that Oba can’t match his determination. Lee humorously states that he’d prefer being hit by a truck over Oba and expresses confidence in reclaiming the North American title despite the anticipated beating.
In a separate scene, Bron Breakker holds the Smackdown Contract, and Baron inquires if he’s ready to sign it. Bron decides to wait until hearing Adam’s offer on Raw. Baron discusses Bron’s status as a prominent free agent and expresses displeasure over Bron’s choice of attire, particularly a cowboy hat.
Bron acknowledges their debt to Trick and Melo and stresses the importance of Baron being in top condition. He believes that if they win the Dusty Cup, their combined efforts will be a game-changer. Baron hints at an extravagant entrance and mentions that Bron should consider some ideas. Bron thanks Baron for their partnership, expressing that it has been an enjoyable experience, and they seal it with a handshake.
Finally, we turn our attention to the upcoming Six-Person Tag Match.
They approach Kelly Kincaid alongside Joe Gacy, and she inquires about his current state for the upcoming match tonight.
Joe explains that while he was suffering in agony inside a dumpster on Tuesday, he stumbled upon an assortment of weapons. Unfortunately, he couldn’t bring them on the plane with him, but he does retrieve a kendo stick and a chain from his belongings. He playfully asks Kelly if she’d like to give them a try.
Next, we shift our focus to the Men’s Heavyweight Title match. The Kickoff Show panel discusses how tough of a night it will be for Trick Williams before running down the WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 card one final time.
The WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 Premium Live Event opens up with Vic Joseph welcoming us to the show and he is joined by Wade Barrett for one night only. We then head to the ring for the first match of the evening, which is the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic between Trick Melo Gang (Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes) vs. The Wolfdogs (Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin).
Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes make their way down to the ring first followed by Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker, who arrive on their motorcycles.
The match starts out with Breakker and Hayes with Hayes quickly tagging in Williams, but Breakker just out powers both men. Corbin was then tagged in and the Trick Melo Gang began began working as a unit for the next few moments until Breakker hit Hayes with a cutter.
Breakker and Corbin then double-teamed Hayes with massive shots. Breakker and Corbin were then engaged in quick tags and they continued their beat-down on Hayes with massive clotheslines and powerslams.
Hayes tried to tag Williams, but was stopped. Hayes would wouldn’t give up and was finally able to make the hot tag to Williams. Williams entered the ring like a house of fire and gained the advantage for his team by launched himself to the outside taking out Corbin and Hayes nearly got a pinfall victory on Breakker.
Breakker then went crazy on both men and suplexed the them at the same time. Corbin then followed that up with a Deep Six on Williams, but only got a two count.
Breakker then hit a massive dive to the outside on both Hayes and Williams. Hayes was then sent back inside of the ring and Breakker nailed him with a massive spear to score the victory and capture the Dusty Cup classic trophy.
The winners of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team classic, Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin!
After the match, Breakker and Corbin then raise the Dusty Rhodes classic trophy to celebrate their victory.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is the No Disqualification Match between Dijak vs. Joe Gacy.
The match started with Dijak holding a Bossman nightstick and Gacy holding his own retractable nightstick before both men began battling.
Both men then brought in more weapons from underneath the ring including chairs, tape, tables and toys like toy soldiers and cars. Gacy then laid out all the toys over a table and attempted to put Dijak through it, but was unsuccessful. Dijak then brought Gacy back into the ring and nailed him with a death valley driver.
Gacy then tried to gain some momentum by hitting Dijak with a uranage and then he was able to put Dijak through the table he setup on the outside with toys. Dijak recovered and nailed Gacy with a chokeslam in the corner onto a chair. Dijak then made his way to the top rope, but Gacy caught him and tried to hit him with a superplex onto a trash can, but completely missed the trash can and only got a two count.
Gacy then got a tape and went on to tape the eyes of Dijak. After all the damage done to Dijak by Gacy, Dijak was still able to hit his Feast Your Eyes finisher on Gacy, but wasn’t able to pin Gacy.
Dijak managed to rip the tape off of his eyes and followed it up by hitting Gacy with a nightstick, then nailing his finisher once again and scoring the pinfall victory on a knocked out Gacy.
The winner of the No Disqualification Match, Dijak!
We then head to the backstage area, where Kelly Kincaid caught up with Chase U for some words as they were signing calendars for several fans. It was then announced that the Chase U calendars will be available on WWE Shop beginning tomorrow.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is the 6-Person Mixed Tag Team Match.
The Family wasted no time in getting this match started as they snuck in behind O.T.M. as their music was being played and it is officially underway.
The Family was then in full control of the matchup with both Rizzo and D’Angelo landing massive assisted cannonballs onto their opponents in the corners. Nima and Price then got the advantage for their team as they began a huge beatdown on Lorenzo.
D’Angelo tried to help out but he was sent packing as well before Parker took out Rizzo. Stacks was then able to tag in D’Angelo and the Don of NXT laid everyone out before he was hit with a cheap shot by Parker. Rizzo then took out Parker and after Lorenzo took out O.T.M. on the outside, Rizzo climbed to the top and followed suit.
D’Angelo then got Price back in the ring and nailed the Forget About It finisher to score the 1-2-3 for The Family.
The winners of the 6-Person Mixed Tag Team Match, The Family!
Kiana James and Izzi Dame were shown discussing business outside of James’ home, with their focus on the NXT Women’s Championship Match later tonight as well as what their focus will be after tonight.
We then head to the trainer’s room, where Carmelo Hayes tells Trick Williams that he needs to slay “The Mad Dragon” Ilja Dragunov to win the NXT Championship. Williams then tells Hayes to win the NXT Championship he needs his brother out there with him tonight, to which Hayes agrees to be by his side.
A video promo then airs for NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 set to take place live on Saturday, April 6th from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is NXT Women’s Champion Lyra Valkyria vs. Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women’s Championship.
The match started with both women trying to gain momentum early on, but Valkyria switched things up and as Perez was trying to hit Valkyria on the outside, the NXT Women’s Champion nailed Perez with a massive forearm.
Perez then hit a huge moonsault off the ropes on Valkyria and nailed the NXT Women’s Champion with a hurricanrana off the top turnbuckle. Perez then hit her Pop Rox finisher on Valkyria, but before she could attempt a pin, Lola Vice’s music hit. Tatum Paxley tried to interfere, but was unsuccessful. Vice then cashed in her NXT Women’s Breakout contract and the match is now a Triple Threat Match.
Vice then took control of the match with both Valkyria and Perez spent at this point. Perez then hit both women with suplexes, but couldn’t hold on to her momentum. Perez then hit her Pop Rox finisher for a second time on Valkyria, but Paxley interfered. Vice then tried to capture the NXT Women’s Championship, but Valkyria hit her Night Wish finisher and was able to secure the pinfall victory to retain her NXT Women’s Championship.
The winner and still NXT Women’s Champion, Lyra Valkyria!
A mysterious and odd video package then airs possibly hinting the return of a star or a debut of a star. The video starts out with the line, “Man Has Three Faces…”.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is NXT North American Champion Oba Femi vs. Dragon Lee for the NXT North American Championship.
The match starts with Lee trying to use his quickness to gain the advantage, but Femi is just too powerful to stop. Lee was still able to hit Femi’s face with a double stomp from the top turnbuckle. Lee couldn’t hold on to his slight momentum as Femi took over the match almost immediately and began dominating the former NXT North American Champion.
Femi then caught up with Lee and hit him with a number of nasty backbreakers. Lee would then attempt to switch the momentum to his side once again as he caught Femi in a submission hold that appeared to wear the current NXT North American Champion down. Lee would then hit Femi with several aerial attacks, but would only score a two count.
Lee was then able to hit a massive sitdown powerbomb on Femi, but still only got a two count. Femi was then enraged and swatted Lee out of the air. Lee tried to gain momentum once again, but Femi put Lee through an announce chair, then sent him back into the ring. Femi then threw Lee high above the air and hit him with a massive pop-up powerbomb to score the pinfall victory and retain his NXT North American Championship.
The winner and still NXT North American Champion, Oba Femi!
We then head to the backstage area, where Lexis King was checking out the Chase U calendar and trying to make a pass at Thea Hail before Riley Osborne intervened and a brawl ensued.
We then head to a different part of the backstage area, where Kelly Kincaid caught up with NXT General Manager Ava. Ava said NXT Vengeance Day 2024 has been a great night, then revealed that NXT Roadblock 2024 is the next special event of the brand that will taking place on Tuesday, March 5th followed by NXT Stand & Deliver on Saturday, April 6th.
Vic Joseph was then running down the lineup of this coming Tuesday night’s episode of NXT, but cameras suddenly cut to the backstage area where Roxanne Perez was shown brawling with Lola Vice.
We then get the entrances for the main event, which is NXT Champion Ilja Dragunov vs. Trick Williams for the NXT Championship.
The match starts out with Dragunov establishing his dominance and hitting a massive clothesline to Williams. Ilja got the worst part of the exchange as he got a busted nose out of it. Dragunov still stuck with his momentum by taking things to the ground, but the match has been so physical that Ilja already has a busted nose and William’s mouth is busted open, with Hayes looking on.
Dragunov then hits Williams with a huge death valley driver on the apron. Hayes then continues to look on as Williams manages to enter the ring at the count of eight, but is hit with a huge missile dropkick by the reigning NXT Champion. Dragunov tried to end things, but Williams was still fighting back and both competitors was not holding anything back to capture the victory.
Williams then hits a massive uranage to Dragunov from the ring apron to the floor. Hayes then interferes in the match and faces off with Dragunov, but is sent into the knee of Williams. Both competitors are back in the ring and as Williams is recovering, Dragunov hits him with everything he has including his H-Bomb finisher from the top rope, but the NXT Champion could only get a two count.
Williams then hits Dragunov with a big boot, but accidentally takes out the referee and Hayes. Williams was then able to hit his Trick Knee finisher, but there was no referee around to count Dragunov’s shoulders down. A second then made his way down to the ring, but Williams only got a two count. Dragunov then tried to finish Williams once again by hitting his H-Bomb finisher from the top rope, but Williams still kicked out.
Dragunov then hit his Torpedo Moscow finisher on Williams to retain his NXT Championship.
The winner and still NXT Champion, Ilja Dragunov!
After the match, Hayes sympathized with Williams and told him that he was his boy and this should have been the end of the show as the closing graphic appeared, but before the show could go off the air, Hayes attacked Williams and took out his knee. Hayes then grabbed a chair from under the ring and laid out his former best friend as the show came to a close.
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