We see the usual intro, then Tony Dawson & William Regal welcome us to the show and we go right to the opening match.
“The Walking Disaster Piece” Kassius Ohno vs. Derrick Bateman
Ohno with a takedown, then gets a 1 count. Bateman comes back with a fireman’s carry into an armbar. Ohno with a gut kick, but Bateman with an arm whip. Bateman with a pair of chops, but Ohno pulls him down by the hair. Ohno with a chop, but it does not face Bateman. Bateman with a single leg, followed by a series of right hands. Bateman with another chop, followed by a snap suplex for a 1 count. Ohno is sent into the corner, but does a headstand that propels himself onto the apron. Bateman brings Ohno back in the hard way, but Ohno rolls out to the apron. Bateman goes after him, but Ohno hotshots him on the top rope. Ohno with a running boot, then stomps away at Bateman. Ohno with a back senton, followed by a spinning senton for a nearfall. Ohno with a right hand, then locks in a cravate. Bateman gets out, followed by a leapfrog and a dropkick. Bateman follows up with a back elbow and then another dropkick. Bateman fires up, then hits a leaping clothesline for a nearfall. Bateman with a series of shoulder tackles for multiple nearfalls.
Bateman goes for the DBD, but Ohno throws him into the ropes, then drills him with a big boot to the face for the victory.
Winner: “The Walking Disaster Piece” Kassius Ohno by pinfall (Big Boot)
After the match, Ohno locks Bateman in a cravate version of the Regal Stretch, ignoring the referee. William Regal then leaves the commentary table and gets Ohno off of Bateman. Ohno goes after Regal, but Regal nails him with a left hand. Ohno can’t believe it, while Regal is disgusted by what he did. Ohno heads to the back as we go backstage.
Renee Young is with Bo Dallas, who says that Bray Wyatt got his attention. He cost him the NXT Tag Titles and now, the NXT Title. Bo says he doesn’t have to explain how much he loathes Wyatt. What he will do to him tonight, he will never forget.
Back from commercial, Regal apologizes for what happened with Ohno, saying it was unprofessional of him. We then go to the next match.
Emma vs. “The 1st Lady of NXT” Summer Rae
Emma with an O’Connor Roll for a nearfall. Emma says it was that close, then stops Summer’s attempt at an O’Connor Roll by grabbing onto the ropes. Emma with a kick to the keister, followed by a hair-mare. Emma does some funky dancing, then hits a submarine style crossbody in the corner on a slumped down Summer for a nearfall. Summer begs off while Emma mocks her. Summer with a drop toe hold, followed by a kick to the back of the leg. Summer with a snapmare, sending Emma’s legs into the ropes. Summer does it a 2nd time, then gains a 1 count. Summer with a kick to the back of the leg, followed by a Bret Hart style leg pull. Summer gains a nearfall, then trash talks Emma. Summer then locks in a version of the Indian Deathlock as the crowd wills on Emma. Summer chokes Emma with her boot while in the Deathlock, then gains a nearfall. Emma then comes back with a quick roll-up for her own nearfall. Summer answers with a dropkick, then again trash talks Emma. Summer stomps Emma in the corner, then mocks Paige’s infamous scream. Emma comes back with a kick, then avoids Summer’s charge. Emma with a clothesline for a nearfall. Emma with a Sunset Flip for another nearfall.
Summer then hits a spinning roundhouse kick for the victory.
Winner: “The 1st Lady of NXT” Summer Rae by pinfall (Spinning Roundhouse Kick)
After the match, the music of Paige hits as she makes her way to the ring and Summer heads out for higher ground. Paige says she is back and that summer session is over. Paige does her infamous scream as Summer runs through the crowd. Paige plays to the crowd as we go backstage.
Renee Young is with one half of the Tag Team Champions, Adrian Neville, who says Oliver Grey is gonna be just fine, but who will not be fine is Bray Wyatt & the family. Neville says that they want the Tag Team Titles so much that they tried to put Oliver out for good? That doesn’t work for me. How about this? An open challenge next week for me to get my hands on the family. Dusty, pick anyone, give me that opportunity and I promise you that what they did to Oliver will pale in comparison to what I will do to the family.
Back from commercial, we are backstage at RAW as Matt Striker interviews NXT Champion Big E. Langston. Big E. says that Conor O’Brian earned his title shot by beating 2 NXT stars, but unfortunately for him, this is my 1st title defense and I will make sure that its dominant, destructive & delicious.
Before our next match, Bray Wyatt has a microphone. He says that in his world, there are no clocks. In his world, there is no time. No machines, no distractions, there are no phones, no communication. The women protect the young, we come from the dark and we are not afraid to make the ultimate sacrifice to protect what is ours. The question I have to ask Bo Dallas is, how far are you willing to go, how far will you push the envelope? Because if you’re not willing to make the ultimate sacrifice, you already lost.
Grudge Match: Bray Wyatt vs. Bo Dallas
Wyatt backs Dallas into the corner, but avoids a right hand from Dallas, slumping down in the corner as the ref pulls Dallas back. Dallas with a waistlock, but Wyatt with a back elbow. Wyatt with a side headlock, but misses a right hand off a whip and now Dallas with a side headlock. However, Wyatt catches Dallas with a crossbody off a whip for a nearfall. Wyatt with an elbow drop as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial as Wyatt has Dallas in a neck vise while singing “time is on my side”. Dallas gets out, but Wyatt counters a whip and sends Dallas head-first into the turnbuckles. Wyatt with a sliding dropkick, followed by stomps on the apron. Wyatt with a slam for a nearfall. Wyatt then puts his weight on Dallas’s ribs while pulling his head to his body. The crowd wills on Dallas as he fights out with knees to the back. Dallas with right hands, but Wyatt reverses a whip. Wyatt blocks a Sunset flip attempt, but there is nobody home when tries for a butt drop. Dallas with more right hands, followed by a gut punch and a running punch to the temple of Wyatt. Dallas then with a flying forearm and is all fired up. Wyatt comes back with a back elbow, then plants Dallas with a standing Urnangi for a close nearfall. Wyatt yells at the ref if he is telling him lies, then sends Dallas into the corner. Wyatt charges and connects with the running avalanche. Wyatt does his ballet dancing in preparation to set up for the Rapture, but Dallas comes back with a left hand.
Wyatt charges, but Dallas catches him with the belly-to-belly suplex for the victory and Wyatt’s 1st loss in NXT.
Winner: Bo Dallas by pinfall (Belly-to-Belly Suplex)
Dallas celebrates his victory while Wyatt is smiling maniacally. The Wyatt Family then attacks Dallas from behind and throws Dallas in the ring. The assault continues on Dallas, but Dallas begins to fight back. Dallas sends Rowan into Harper as they go to the outside, but then Wyatt comes in from behind and hits Dallas with the Rapture. Wyatt poses in the ring as we go backstage.
Renee Young is with Justin Gabriel, who says the issue between he & Leo Kruger has gone on for quite a while. Gabriel says he used to read about Kruger in the papers back home in South Africa and he was part of the South African Militia. Whatever happened to him there must have messed up his head a little bit. Gabriel says what he wants is a match against Kruger next week and if he thinks what happened to him in the military was bad, he hasn’t seen anything yet.
Back from commercial, Tony Dawson introduces Ricardo Rodriguez, who introduces the World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio. Del Rio makes his way to the ring and says my name is Alberto Del Rio, but of course, you already know that. Thanks to all of you, I’m the World Heavyweight Champion! Del Rio says NXT is fantastic, all of the WWE Universe is fantastic and we both know that there is a lot of great talent in NXT and I do believe, we have the next WWE or World Heavyweight Champion back there.
The music of Antonio Cesaro hits and he makes his way onto the entrance ramp. Cesaro says that while back there, there might be the next WWE or World Heavyweight Champion, you most certainly have the greatest United States Champion of all time, Antonio Cesaro. Cesaro says everyone already knows he is the greatest champion in WWE today, but he is going to challenge Del Rio to a Champion vs. Champion match tonight, so all these people can witness me beating you and become the greatest champion in the WWE Universe. So, what do you say, Alberto?
The music of the NXT GM Dusty Rhodes hits as he makes his way onto the entrance ramp. Dusty says he doesn’t know how they do it in Swiss, or Switzerland, but Del Rio is a guest of NXT. This is our house, Cesaro doesn’t make matches. So, you can stand there with that Swedish look on the face and you want a Champion vs. Champion match, so I will give you one. You will face the NXT Champion Big E. Langston. Big E’s music hits and he makes his way down to the ring for an impromptu main event.
Main Event in a Champion vs. Champion Match: NXT Champion Big E. Langston vs. WWE United States Champion “The Swiss Superman” Antonio Cesaro
Langston shoves down Cesaro, then leads the crowd in a “Five” chant as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial as Langston throws aside Cesaro, then Cesaro goes to work on the arm, but Langston goes shoulder to shoulder. Langston with a lifting wristlock, followed by an arm whip. Cesaro counters the lifting wristlock and hits a series of knees to the gut, followed by an uppercut, but it does not faze Langston. Langston then hip-tosses Cesaro halfway across the ring. Langston with a whip, but Cesaro comes back with an uppercut. Cesaro with another uppercut, followed by a flying knee for a 1 count. Cesaro with a kick to the back for another 1 count. Cesaro with a cobra clutch of sorts on Langston, but Langston gets out. Cesaro comes back with shoulders to the ribs. Cesaro charges, but runs into a back elbow. Langston with right hands, followed by a corner whip, but Cesaro moves out of the way. Cesaro goes up to the middle rope and does a Randy Savage style knee drop to Langston for a nearfall. Cesaro with a double stomp for a 1 count. Cesaro deadlifts Langston and hits the side salto for another nearfall. Cesaro argues with the ref, then measures Langston. Cesaro locks in a sleeper as Langston tries to fight it. Langston goes down as the crowd wills him on. Langston then throws off Cesaro and hits a pair of clotheslines. Langston with the five knees to the gut, then drops the straps. Langston off the ropes and connects with the E Train (Running Body Block).
Corey Graves then runs in and attacks Langston and the ref calls for the bell.
Winner: NXT Champion Big E. Langston by disqualification
Langston easily mows down Graves with the E Train, but then Conor O’Brian attacks Langston from behind. Graves & O’Brian begin to double team Langston as Cesaro gets out of dodge. The assault continues until they beat down Langston to leave him lying. O’Brian & Graves stand tall as we go to credits.