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WWE NXT Results - 1/16/13 (Tag team main event)

WWE NXT results 1/16/13

WWE NXT Results
January 16, 2013
Full Sail University
Report by: Grash of Wrestleview.com

The show starts with a review of Big E Langston vs. Seth Rollins from last week. It was a no disqualification match for the NXT title. The shield would come down to aid Seth. The NXT locker room would come to the aid of Big E. And with no more distractions, Big E Langston would become the new top dog in NXT as its Champion.

"Epic Rock Music"

Tony Dawson and William Regal are on commentary.

Adrian Neville vs. Sakamoto

As the show starts in the arena, the fans are clearly chanting NXT. As Adrian enters, Regal says he's been waiting to see him in action. Sakamoto is already in the ring. Neville has a chant for him already. It starts back and forth, but Neville gets adavantage and another chant from the crowd. It then turns in to a sustained grounded offensive for Sakamoto and a chance for Neville to be the face in peril. Neville is able to turn things around with some flipy flips to get a kick to the temple on Sakamoto. It sets up his finisher and the pin fall.

Winner: Adrian Neville

After the match, Neville is holding his stomach, like Justin Gabriel after his 450 splash.

*Ads*

Trent Baretta vs. Leo Kruger

Kassius Ohno has joined the commentary team

Kruger is out first and he appears on the stage as the light turns on. He's in a crouched position with a huge smile on his face. Ohno wants to sit next to his "best mate", William Regal. Trent is out next. As they lock up, Tony asks if Ohno has anything to do with hurting Trent's ribs. We get a recap from a month ago showing Kruger hurting Trent. After the recap, Trent goes on the offensive as Onho goes on the defensive with Tony. William Regal is quiet until Onho asks him how a broken rib feels. Kruger slings Trent to the matt and then takes over on the offensive. as we head to Ads.

*ads*

When we return, we have the clip from the RAW 20th aniversery show reviewing the well known catch phrases of the WWE. Back to the match, Kruger is still in control of the match. Trent is working that his ribs are hurt. And the crowd is silent for a few smacktards. They evenutally get a short "We want Ice Cream" chant. On Commentary Onho and Regal are going at each other. Regal finally gets enough of it and tells Onho not to make him turn Ohno into a vegitable. In the ring, Trent has taken over on offense. Trent goes for a Dude buster DDT, but Kruger turns it into a single leg Boston crab. Onho takes glee as Trent works hard to get to the ropes. Kruger continues the beating till gets a kick to the back of the head to knock out Kruger from the ring. It sets up a flip from the ring onto him. Onho slips out from commentary and gets a cheap shot on Trent. He's Rolled in to the ring and Kruger gets the pin fall. Regal rushes from commentary to the ring, but is held back by other officals. After a quick conference with them, the ref reverses the decision for Trent.

Winner: Trent Baretta

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NXT Championship: Big E Langston vs. Camacho

Big E gets his air pryo as he throws chauk dust around. He gets in the ring and takes the mic. He welcomes everyone to the era of the 5 count. It gets a five chant going. It's distrupted by Camacho who tells him they have a beef still. It was first about money, but it's now about the NXT title. There's a ref in the ring and we have a match. Camacho gets the first offensive, but Big turns it around quickly with a big clothes line. Big E goes on the offensive with auhority as he pulls off the straps of his tights. He slams him and gets the three count.

Winner: Big E Langston

Big E looks up at the ref with the look that he wants five. Big E gets up and walk around. He then picks up Camacho and slams him for a five count. The Crowd wants "One More Time". They get another slam and five count from Big E before shows off the NXT belt in victory.

*ads*

When we return, we have the "Rides from Hell" package from the RAW 20th aniversery Show.

Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel vs. Damien Sandow and Antonio Cesaro

JR and William Regal are on commentary for this match.

The Savior of the Masses is out first. He silences the music and address the crowd for he is about to speak. Sandow lecture the crowd on being quiet as he informs that he doesn't need to admire or deride him. He insults them and welcomes them for his wisdom. Antonia Cesaro is out next. He is the United States Champion. Regal calls him the Swiss Superman. Kidd and Justin are out to Justin's Music. Sandow and Kidd start the match. The first part of the match is a bit back and forth. It allows everyone to tag in and get some offense with the advantage going to the faces.

*ads*

After the break, the heels take control of the match. It leads to an offensive by Antonio on both faces. Damien would provide interferance before tagging in and continuing the offensive. On commentary JR and Regal are giving the heels the edge in the match despite that the two have never tagged before. Antonio is tagged back in and gets a pin attempt on Justin. It's broken up by Kidd, to which Damien objects to and yells "We have rules". This gets a rise from the crowd before Justin makes the tag to Kidd and comes in hot. Antonio makes a distraction before Kidd and Damien roll each other up. Kidd and Justin are tagging each other to the confusion of the heels. It leads to the faces hitting big flying moves on Damien for the pinfall.

Winners: Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel

 


 

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