WWE NXT Results – 5/16/13 (Big E vs. Sandow)

WWE NXT results 5/16/13 

WWE NXT Results
May 16, 2013
Full Sail University
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Brad Maddox
Report by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com

We see the usual intro, then we go to the opening contest.

Natalya vs. “The 1st Lady of NXT” Summer Rae

Natalya with a side headlock takeover, but Summer counters out with a headscissors, but then Natalya kips out. Natalya with a go-behind and takes Summer down into a front chancery. Summer counters into a hammerlock, but Natalya comes back with a fireman’s carry takeover into an armbar. Summer counters with a headscissors, but Natalya kips out again. Summer with a gut kick and locks in a wristlock. Natalya with a front kip-up to get out and reverses into her own wristlock, but Summer takes her down by the hair for a nearfall. Natalya with a shoulder tackle, Summer with a leapfrog, but Natalya takes her down. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter, but Summer gets to the ropes. Natalya charges, but Summer catches her with a back elbow. Summer takes a little too much time going after Natalya, who kicks her away. Natalya with forearms, then sidesteps a back drop attempt. Natalya hits Nattie by Nature for a nearfall. Summer wants a time-out and the ref keeps Natalya back. Summer wants a handshake, but its a ruse as she sends Natalya to the outside. Natalya gets back in, but Summer catches her with a kick to the head for a nearfall. Summer applies an armbar as we go to commercial.


Back from commercial as Summer gains another nearfall. Summer talks trash, then hits an elbow drop to the arm of Natalya and gains another nearfall. Natalya is sent into the corner, then Summer chokes her with her boot. Natalya avoids a charge and rolls up Summer for a nearfall. Natalya lifts up Summer, but Summer counters into a DDT, then floatovers and chokes Natalya. Summer with a back elbow for another nearfall. Summer with an arm whip and begins pulling back on the arm of Natalya. Natalya gets to her feet and goes for the Sharpshooter as we see Paige run out to ringside. Paige gets on the apron as Summer kicks Natalya off and sends Natalya into Paige, knocking her off the apron.

Summer then rolls up Natalya for the victory.

Winner: “The 1st Lady of NXT” Summer Rae by pinfall (Roll-Up)

Afterwards, Summer runs away from Paige, who goes after her and chases Summer to the back.

Backstage, Renee Young is with Sami Zayn (El Generico), who makes his debut next week on NXT. Renee mentions Sami’s international reputation, but he will be facing former WWE Tag Team Champion Curt Hawkins next week. Sami compliments Renee’s blouse, then says that Curt Hawkins is a formidable opponent and most people would be very nervous, but this isn’t his 1st rodeo, he has been doing this for a long while. Most people come in with big dreams and they freak themselves out, but that isn’t the case for him. Sami says he is feeling confident and excited and thinks that this will be the beginning of a beautiful relationship between he & the WWE Universe.


Back from commercial, Bray Wyatt comes out with his family for our next match, but is sporting a white mask. Wyatt says that when he looks at his own reflection, I see something different than what you all see. People wonder why he is now wearing a mask, the answer is so simple. Chris Jericho shook me a little bit and he got me thinking to myself that I need to go back to my roots. So people, witness the new face of fear. This is not the face of a human being, this is the face of a MONSTER!! This is the face of the eater of worlds. Everytime from now on that you gaze into my face, I don’t care who you are, how BAD you think you are, you can never hurt me because I am already dead.

Bray Wyatt w/the Wyatt Family vs. Danny Burch

Wyatt backs Burch into the corner and slaps him across the face. Burch fights back with uppercuts, but Wyatt with a right hand. Wyatt with a back club and an elbow drop to the back. Wyatt taunts the crowd, then hits a crossface shot. Wyatt with a running crossbody, then continues to taunt the crowd. Wyatt places Burch in the corner, then hits a series of strikes. Wyatt charges and connects with a running avalanche.

Wyatt does some ballroom dancing, then hits Sister Abigail for the victory.

Winner: Bray Wyatt by pinfall (Sister Abigail)

Backstage, a ring attendant asks Adrian Neville how is Oliver Grey is doing. Before Neville can answer, Bo Dallas comes in. Bo says he has been looking for Neville and asks if Neville is still upset over losing the NXT Tag Titles. Neville says he has been better, he spoke to Grey today. Bo cuts him off and begins to say who cares about Grey, but stops himself and says its too bad. Bo says time heals old wounds. Its like what John Cena says, you know, the WWE champion, winner of the 2013 Royal Rumble, the same one I was in. Neville says he knows who Cena is as Bo says that Cena always says, “never give up”. Bo says that Neville just might make it after all. Neville doesn’t know what Bo is talking about, but says he has been looking for Bo all day. Bo says he signed up for the NXT #1 Contenders Battle Royal in 2 weeks, but I’m pretty sure all the spots have been taken. Bo says things are looking up, woos & goes to leave, but Neville stops him and says he is in the battle royal as well and let the best man win. They shake hands and Neville leaves, with the smile of Bo slowly going away as we go to commercial.


Back from commercial, its time for our next match.

2 on 1 Handicap Match: “The Ascension” Conor O’Brian vs. Briley Pierce & Sakamoto

O’Brian shoves Sakamoto down. then lifts him up in a double chickenwing before slamming him down face-first. Pierce comes in, but O’Brian nails him with a big boot. O’Brian with 2 shoulder tackles to Pierce, followed by a rolling side headlock takeover. O’Brian with a delayed suplex, then brings in Sakamoto the hard way. Sakamoto fights back with chops, then he & Pierce begin double-teaming O’Brian. O’Brian fires up, then fights back with right hands to both men. O’Brian whips them both to the corner, then charges and connects with a running avalanche.

O’Brian then hits a double flapjack and covers both Pierce & Sakamoto for the victory.

Winner: “The Ascension” Conor O’Brian by pinfall (Double Flapjack)

Afterwards, O’Brian sees Rick Victor on the rampway as we go to commercial.


Back from commercial, we go backstage where Tony Dawson is with Corey Graves. Graves says that he has had some ups & downs on NXT, but he has had ups & downs his entire life. His father once told him that if you wanna succeed at something, you have to fail first and you have to fail over and over again. If you’re lucky, you get to break-through and if you break-through, you never have to look back. Graves says he has entered himself in the NXT Battle Royal in 2 weeks and at the end, he will stand tall and everyone else…….

All of a sudden, Graves is interrupted by Bray Wyatt. Wyatt says this whole thing is quite baffling. I can’t understand why you possibly want to play “cool guy” when this war is going on right outside your doorstep. If you don’t understand what I’m saying, you can ask Kassius Ohno, ’cause he knows. Just like Ohno, your time will come because whether you like to realize it or not, NXT belongs to the eater of worlds and the Wyatt Family.

Wyatt laughs maniacally as Graves says that Wyatt and his family creep him out. Graves says he doesn’t have a family, but he believes if Wyatt & the swamp people you walk around with keep messing with me, you’re all gonna stay down. Wyatt laughs at this and says that I guess we shall see before leaving.

Its time for our main event.

Main Event for the WWE NXT Title: “The Intellectual Savior of the Masses” Damien Sandow vs. Big E. Langston (c)

Big E backs Sandow into the corner and breaks clean. Crowd chants “five” for the champ as Big E with a side headlock. Sandow fights out, but Big E with a shoulder tackle. Big E blocks a kick and goes for the Big Ending, but Sandow gets out. Big E starts a “five” chant as Sandow goes to the arm, but Big E shoos him off. Big E with a slam, followed by a series of gut punches. Sandow comes back with a gut kick and a right hand, but Big E with a back elbow for a nearfall. Sandow goes to the apron, but nails Big E with a shoulder to the ribs. Big E comes back with a right hand and brings Sandow back in the hard way. Sandow goes to the corner, but Big E again brings him out the hard way. Big E runs into a back elbow, then Sandow again avoids the Big Ending and goes to the outside to re-group as we go to commercial.


Back from commercial as Big E lifts up Sandow and hits a delayed suplex. Sandow avoids a charge and hits a Northern Lariat. Sandow stomps away and unloads with right hands. Sandow with a chinlock as the crowd wills on the champ. Big E gets out and hits a running shoulder to the ribs. Sandow comes back with a dropkick for a nearfall. Sandow with a series of knee drops and right hands before gaining another nearfall. Sandow with a headscissors as the crowd again wills on Big E. Big E gets out and sends Sandow onto the apron, but Sandow heads up top and hits a double sledge for a nearfall. Sandow with a pair of leaping knee drops for another nearfall. Sandow goes back to the chinlock as the crowd again wills on Big E. Big E gets out, but Sandow with a dropkick to the knees. Sandow rakes his boot against Big E’s face, followed by a series of kicks and then goes right back to the chinlock. Sandow switches to a front chancery as yet again, the crowd wills on Big E. Big E gets out, then catches Sandow with a belly-to-belly suplex.

Big E with a series of clotheslines, followed by a series of knees to the gut. Big E off the ropes and connects with the E Train. The straps come down as Big E lifts up Sandow for the Big Ending, but Sandow slips out and hits an Edge-O-Matic for a close nearfall. Sandow with knees to the head, followed by a Russian Leg Sweep. Sandow goes for the Elbow of Disdain, but Big E moves out of the way. Sandow then sidesteps a back drop attempt and connects with a swinging neckbreaker. This time, Sandow hits the Elbow of Disdain for a close nearfall. Sandow goes for Terminus, but Big E shoves him off.

Big E then catches Sandow and hits the Big Ending to retain the title.

Winner and STILL WWE NXT Champion: Big E. Langston by pinfall (The Big Ending)

Afterwards, the crowd chants “five” as Big E gets Sandow, lifts him up and hits another Big Ending, followed by the five count. Big E then celebrates his title retention as smoke comes down from the ceiling and we go to credits.