WWE NXT results 3/27/14

WWE NXT
March 27, 2014
Full Sail University
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Alex Riley, Jason Albert
Recap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com

We see video from highlighting Adrian Neville winning the NXT Title against Bo Dallas at NXT Arrival last month in a Ladder Match. Their rematch is the main event tonight.

We see the usual intro, then go to the opening match.

Mojo Rawley vs. “The Moonchild” CJ Parker

Crowd chants for Mojo before the bell. Parker with a chop, then sidesteps a backdrop attempt and hits a side kick for a nearfall. Parker talks trash, then hits a left hand. Mojo fights back, but Parker with more left hands. Mojo sent off the turnbuckles multiple times. More left hands, then Mojo again sent off the turnbuckles. Parker talks more trash, then taunts the crowd. Mojo fights back with right hands, but Parker avoids an avalanche and hits a sit-out clothesline for a nearfall. Parker unloads with a series of back clubs to Mojo in the corner. More left hands, then Parker again taunts the crowd. Parker hits Shotgun Knees, but Mojo catches him with 2 avalanches. Mojo hits the Butt-Butt.

Mojo goes into Hyper-Drive and gets the win.

Winner: Mojo Rawley by pinfall (Hyper-Drive)

Mojo celebrates his win afterward as Parker throws a temper tantrum in the ring.

We see video from last week when Corey Graves attacked Sami Zayn and sent him head-first into the ringpost. We go to footage from after NXT last week as the doctor checks on Zayn. Zayn says he is fine, he just got his bell rung.

Commercial

Xavier Woods vs. “Prince Pretty” Tyler Breeze

Lock-up and a break. Woods backs Breeze into the corner, breaks clean. Breeze with a gut kick and a side headlock. Breeze with a shoulder tackle, followed by a stomp. Woods counters a suplex with an inside cradle for a nearfall. Woods with a side headlock, Breeze misses a clothesline and Woods with a spinning headscissors for a 1 count. Woods avoids a charge and a clothesline, then catapults Breeze into the turnbuckles. Roll-up by Woods for a nearfall. Breeze comes back with a jawbreaker, then hits a running bulldog into the turnbuckles for a nearfall. Woods with a spinning back elbow, followed by a series of kicks, ending in a leg sweep. Woods with a basement knee strike for a nearfall. Woods yells that its morphin’ time, but Breeze drops down to avoid the Honor Roll.

Breeze slips out of a slam and hits the Beauty Shot for the win.

Winner: “Prince Pretty” Tyler Breeze by pinfall (Beauty Shot)

Breeze checks himself in his iPhone afterwards.

Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Bo Dallas. Bo says that Adrian Neville has my title. He climbed a ladder and he unhooked it. He didn’t beat me, he didn’t pin me, so he’s better at climbing, luckily for me, we are not in a jungle-gym competition. Tonight, I will be NXT Champion again. You can “Bo-lieve” that.

Commercial

“The Savior of Misbeahvior” Corey Graves vs. Yoshi Tatsu

Graves with a gut kick and a forearm. Gut shot and a chop. Tatsu sent off the turnbuckles. Tatsu fights back with right hands and stomps in the corner. Graves sent off the turnbuckles. Big chop by Tatsu, followed by a gut shot. Tatsu kicks Graves off and hits a tomahawk chop off the top rope for a 1 count. Tatsu with kicks and back clubs in the corner, but Graves with a back kick to the leg. Graves with a series of forearm drops, followed by a back elbow. Graves begin working over Tatsu’s leg. Tatsu fights back, but Graves with a kick to the leg. Graves drops his body weight across Tatsu’s leg and applies a leglock with his body weight across the knee of Tatsu. Tatsu fights back and hits a headbutt. Graves then hits the front chopblock.

Lucky 13 applied, Tatsu taps.

Winner: “The Savior of Misbeahvior” Corey Graves by submission (Lucky 13)

Graves has a mic afterwards and says that last week, Sami Zayn got his message. Don’t be a fool, stay down. Graves celebrates his win and shows off the “stay down” knuckle tattoos.

Commercial

Renee Young joins commentary for our next match.

“The Dirtiest Diva in the Game” Charlotte w/”The Boss” Sasha Banks & Summer Rae on a Stick vs. “The Queen of Harts” Natalya w/WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart

Charlotte pie-faces Natalya, but Natalya with a side headlock takeover. Charlotte counters out with a headscissors, but Natalya with a kip-up. Charlotte with a side headlock takeover, Natalya counters out with a headscissors, Charlotte with a kip-up. Charlotte talks trash, then Natalya with a fireman’s carry into an armbar. Charlotte counters out with another headscissors, but Natalya gets free. Charlotte with a knee to the ribs, then wrings out Natalya’s arm while talking more trash. Natalya counters out with a roll-up for a nearfall. Natalya with a slap, a snapmare and a basement dropkick. Natalya sits on Charlotte for a cocky nearfall. Natalya hits Nattie by Nature for a nearfall. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter, but Charlotte gets to the ropes. Charlotte works over Natalya’s legs in the corner, dropping her knees across the leg. Charlotte with a kick to the leg, then drives the leg into the mat. Charlotte gains a nearfall. Charlotte goes for the Figure Four, but Natalya counters with an inside cradle for a nearfall. Charlotte with a clothesline for a nearfall. Charlotte applies a leglock as the crowd wills on Natalya. Natalya counters out by dropping her free leg across Charlotte’s face. Charlotte with a Dragon Screw, but Natalya kicks Charlotte off another Figure Four attempt. Charlotte with a stomp to the ribs, but Natalya catches her foot on the second attempt.

Natalya locks Charlotte in the Sharpshooter, but Sasha attacks Natalya, forcing the ref to ring the bell.

Winner: “The Queen of Harts” Natalya by DQ

Sasha goes to leave, but Natalya stops her and locks her in the Sharpshooter. Natalya stands tall over the fallen BFFs, then celebrates her win.

Backstage, Adrian Neville says this time against Bo Dallas, there will be no ladders, but he doesn’t see much difference. Some of my most grueling matches in my entire career have been against Bo Dallas. Bo may be dilluted, but he is certainly no slouch. But at the end of the day, I have this title on my shoulder and I have momentum fully behind me, so I’m not gonna stand back and let that change.

Commercial

Main Event for the NXT Title: Bo Dallas vs. “The Man That Gravity Forgot” Adrian Neville (c)

Bo gets some quick nearfalls. Bo runs into a boot and Neville with a missile dropkick that sends Bo to the outside. Neville then wipes out Bo with a springboard moonsault! Back in, Neville with a crucifix for a nearfall. Neville goes for another springboard, but Bo pushes him off the ropes, sending Neville crashing to the outside.

Commercial

Back from commercial as Bo misses a clothesline and Neville hits a back heel kick. Bo comes back with a clothesline for a nearfall. Bo blocks a Sunset Flip attempt by dropping down and holds onto the ropes, but the ref stops his count before three after catching Bo. Neville with a roll-up for a nearfall. Neville with a running forearm, 2 back heel kicks and a running dropkick. Springboard forearm by Neville for a nearfall. Neville heads up top, but Bo stops him. Neville with a running uppercut in the corner. Bo with a roll-up for a nearfall. Neville with a roundhouse kick from the apron, then heads up top. Neville goes for Red Arrow, but Bo gets his knees up and gets another nearfall. Bo goes for the Double Arm DDT, but Neville drives Bo into the turnbuckles to get free. Bo slips out of a Tornado DDT, but Neville hits a head kick.

Neville heads up top and hits the Flaming Star Press for the win.

Winner and STILL NXT Champion: “The Man That Gravity Forgot” Adrian Neville by pinfall (Flaming Star Press)

Neville celebrates his title retention as we close the show.