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WWE NXT Results (8/24/16) - Tye Dillinger In Action, Tag Team Main Event

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WWE NXT Results (8/24/16)
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
From the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY
Report by CJ Blaze of

The show opens with a video recapping all the matches and results from NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II. Shinsuke Nakamura beat Samoa Joe in the main event to capture the NXT Championship.

The theme song airs with an updated video. Tom Phillips & Corey Graves welcome us to the show as we are in Brooklyn once again for this episode.

Tye Dillinger makes his way to the ring to a big pop. Wesley Blake enters next to some heat.

Tye Dillinger vs. Wesley Blake

Lock up, Tye takes Blake to the ropes. Blake reverses it before backing up. Lock up again, arm drag from Blake. Lock up, Blake is taken to a corner. Blake reverses positions again, applies a headlock in the middle of the ring. Tye snaps Blake over and chants "ten" in his face. Blake chops Dillinger. They end up in a corner, where Tye chops Blake a few tines. Blake manages to thumb Tye in the eye when the ref is distracted.


Back from break, Blake whips Tye across the ring for a clothesline, cover. Blake puts Dillinger in a chinlock on the mat. Tye works his way out and rolls Blake up, two. Blake nails Dillinger in the back with elbows to the back, followed by a backbreaker and cover. Blake body slams Dillinger before heading up top. Tye dodges a senton, allowing him to flip Blake into the turnbuckles. Tye clotheslines Blake a few times before booting him in the corner several times. Back body drop is hit. Dillinger hits a Side Russian Leg Sweep, and takes down the knee pad. Tye drops Blake with the Tye Breaker for the win.

Winner: Tye Dillinger - by pinfall (9:10)

We see footage of Bobby Roode's debut win against Andrade "Cien" Almas. Roode is interviewed, and he says the world should be shocked at what just happened. Roode calls himself glorious, and says he is the guy that will take NXT to the next level.

Later tonight - TM61 vs. The Authors of Pain.


We see footage of Austin Aries beating No Way Jose in the opening match at TakeOver. I was really impressed with this bout. Jose showed he's more than just his gimmick. Aries had a great showing, and I'm glad he won. After the match, Hideo Itami came out and hits Aries with an epic GTS.

Backstage, Aries tells the interviewer to shut up. He's mad that he didn't get to celebrate like he should've. He says it's a reoccurring theme in NXT. Baron Corbin, No Way Jose, and now Hideo Itami. Aries says people won't make a name at his expense.

Graves tells Phillips that he thinks Aries has every right to be upset with Itami. Tom turns things over to the Women's Title Match.

We see the promo from Bayley from the contract signing a few weeks back. The next video package takes us through her match against Asuka, in which she came up short. This was a great NXT farewell match for Bayley, much like Sami Zayn's in Dallas.

Afterwards, Bayley says she felt like she had a home-court advantage or something in the air after winning her first Women's Title in Brooklyn last year. She discusses being able to escape the Asuka Lock. Ember Moon walks up and tells Bayley that she managed to take Asuka to her limit. Bayley says she can't wait to watch her grow.

As seen on Monday's Raw, Bayley made her official main roster debut, beating Dana Brooke. It looks like Bayley will be coming after Charlotte's WWE Women's Championship.


Corey Graves takes us through Gargano & Ciampa's NXT Tag Team Title match against The Revival. The champs ultimately retained in an amazing tag team classic.

The Revival is congratulated for winning again. Dash once again calls themselves the greatest tag team in the world. Dawson says there isn't one team out there that can touch them. Top guys out!

We see footage of Nakamura beating Joe to win his first NXT Championship. That violinist that performed was awesome! The match itself was pretty darn good, too. We'll hear from the new NXT Champ next week. Samoa Joe's jaw was also apparently dislocated.


Shane Thorne & Nick Miller make their way to the ring for the main event. The Authors of Pain enter with Paul Ellering at their sides.

TM61 vs. The Authors of Pain

The two teams start brawling before the bell rings. TM61 trades places, working AoP in the corners. Miller boots one, and they both toss him out together. Thorne front flips out, Miller follows. Ellering tries to get them to recover outside the ring.

Bell rings. Tattoo guys takes Miller to the ropes. Thorne gets tagged, TM61 double teams Tattoo guy with chops. Thorne hits Tattoo with a running leg lariat in the corner. Second guy grabs and rams Thorne into the ring post. Tattoo brings Thorne back in the ring for a headlock. Thorne is whipped into the heel corner.


Second guy continues to work Shane in their corner, cover. Thorne manages to hit a jaw breaker to try and break free. Thorne kicks Second guy and tags Miller. Tattoo is knocked off the apron as Miller clotheslines Second guy next. Miller hits a crossbody from the top, cover. Thorne comes back in with uppercuts to AoP. TM61 levels Second guy with a double team maneuver.

TM61 double chops Second guy until Tattoo grabs Shane. Shane slips through and breaks the cover on Nick. Tattoo guy wipes out Thorne in the ropes. Authors of Pain hit the double powerbomb against their bodies. AoP hit their double team clothesline on Miller for the win.

Winners: Authors of Pain - by pinfall (6:56)

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