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By Richard Trionfo on 2017-04-19 23:11:00

We are in Winter Park, Florida and your announcers are Tom Phillips, Nigel McGuinness, and Percy Watson.

Bobby Roode makes his way to the ring and he has something to say.

Bobby says for the second year in a row, Bobby Roode made Wrestlemania week simply glorious.  He single handedly sold out the Amway Center.  Fifteen Thousand people filled to the rafters because of him.  On that night, he gave those 15,000 people the treat of a lifetime.  He allowed them to sit there and bear witness to the biggest superstar in the business today.

He snuffed out the last flickering star from the old NXT.  He proved that the fate and the future of this brand is in his control.  The transformation of Bobby Roode’s NXT and his glorious era was finally complete. 

That was up until last week when he had to sit at home and watch Shinsuke Nakamura walk down that aisle and get into his ring.  Then one by one, NXT superstar after superstar came out to pay homage to Nakamura.  You sang along and chanted his name.  Bobby calls it pathetic.

Bobby says you saw everyone on that stage, but you did not see him.  The champion was not there.  You want to know why he didn’t stand there like a moron?  He didn’t want to hear the crap coming out of Nakamura’s mouth. He did not want to hear the lies coming out of Nakamura. 

He beat Shinsuke for the second time to retain his championship.  He beat and embarrassed Nakamura so badly that he had to leave NXT.   Bobby says it made him sick to hear the people chant for Nakamura.

Bobby says none of you in this arena deserve to be in his NXT.  None of the people standing on the stage last week deserve to be in or belong in his NXT.  From this moment on, you have two choices.  You can choose to jump aboard Bobby Roode’s NXT or you can hit the bricks just like Shinsuke Nakamura.

Hideo Itami’s music interrupts and he makes his way to the ring.

Hideo and Bobby stand face to face and Itami slaps Roode in the face.

Roode smiles and he reminds Itami that he is the champion.  Roode puts down his title belt and he removes his jacket.  Roode asks if you want to slap the champ.   Itami gets Roode up and hits Go To Sleep on Roode.

Itami picks up the title belt and then lays it down in the ring before he leaves.

We go to the back for Tyler Bate and Jack Gallagher who will be wrestling next week for the UK Title.  They shake hands and Jack talks about how impressed he is with Tyler.  Tyler says he has been impressed with Jack on 205 Live.  They both say they are looking forward to wrestling next week.  Tyler says he is looking forward to successfully defending his title next week.  Jack says potentially and then they shake hands again.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Bobby Roode is still down in the ring and officials check on him.

Roode gets back to his feet but he still looks dazed from the attack.

We see footage of Heavy Machinery at the Performance Center earlier today.  In the corner, we see Drew McIntyre and he is interrupted by Andrade Almas.  Almas has something to say to Drew and then he walks away.

Match Number One:  Andrade Almas versus Danny Burch

Almas with a waist lock and Burch with a standing switch.  Almas goes into the ropes and shows how tranquilo he can be.  Burch does not charge after Almas and lets him get back to his feet.  Almas with a hammer lock but Burch with a take down and he bows for Almas.  Burch with a wrist lock and he works on the fingers.  Almas goes for a leap frog and Burch with a single leg take down.

Almas avoids a slam and Almas with a clothesline.  Almas kicks and chops Burch.  Almas stomps on the upper chest and then he kicks Burch in the back.  Burch with forearms and a European uppercut but Almas with a forearm and a boot to the head.  Almas signals for the running knee strike and he connects.  Almas with the Downward Spiral for the three count.

Winner:  Andrade Almas

We take a look at the Women’s Title Match from Takeover and Asuka wondering who is her next opponent.  The women of NXT talk about how dominant Asuka has been.  They talk about how she will do anything to win.  Ruby Riot says she is showing an Achilles Heel and she is getting a little cocky.  They say that they will be the one to beat Asuka and become the next NXT Champion.  Asuka says that they are not ready.

We go to commercial.

We are back with a look at the history between Tye Dillinger and Eric Young.

Match Number Two:  Aaliyah and Liv Morgan versus Peyton Royce and Billie Kay

Liv and Billie start things off.  They lock up and Billie with a side head lock.  Billie holds on to the hair and then connects with a shoulder tackle.  Billie with a hip toss and she celebrates with Peyton.  Liv with a matrix to avoid a clothesline and she gets a near fall on Billie and then Liv rolls Billie around the ring.  Liv gets a near fall and then she goes the other way.  Aliyah tags in and she hits a leg drop off the turnbuckles for a near fall.

Billie with a punch for a near fall.  Peyton tags in and they drop down on Aliyah’s arms and gets a near fall.  Aliyah with a rollup for a near fall.  Peyton with a spinning heel kick for a near fall.  Aliyah with an elbow and then Billie keeps Peyton up but Liv with a drop kick and Aliyah gets the three count with a sunset flip.

Winners:  Liv Morgan and Aliyah

After the match, Billie and Peyton freak out in the ring.

We go to commercial.

We are back and next week Aleister Black will be in action, Drew McIntyre will face Andrade Almas, and Tyler Bate will defend the UK Championship against Jack Gallagher.

We have Cage Lowering Music and it is main event time.

Match Number Three:  Tye Dillinger versus Eric Young in a Steel Cage Match

Dillinger punches Young and closes the cage door before the match officially starts.  Dillinger with chops and punches but Young with forearms.  Dillinger tries to climb the cage but Young stops him.  Dillinger with an Irish whip and back body drop.  Tye pulls the knee pad down and he sets for the Tye Breaker but Young rakes the eye to get out of the hold.

Young sends Dillinger into the cage and we go to commercial.

We are back and Young sends Dillinger over the top rope into the cage again.  Young chokes Dillinger against the cage and then he kicks Dillinger.  Young calls for the cage door to be opened but Dillinger pulls him back in. Young sends Dillinger into the turnbuckles and then Young climbs the turnbuckles and chokes Dillinger.

Young with an elbow off the turnbuckles for a near fall.  Dillinger with punches to Young but Young blocks a super kick.  Young with a catapult but Dillinger lands on the turnbuckles and he starts to climb.  Young follows after Dillinger and they fight on the top rope.  Dillinger with a head butt and Young grabs the boot and sets for a power bomb but Tye with punches.  Young hits the sit out power bomb for a near fall.

Young tries to leave through the door but Dillinger grabs Young by the leg.  Young goes up top but Dillinger stops Young.  Dillinger with a press slam off the turnbuckles. 

We go to commercial.

We are back and Dillinger sends Young into the cage numerous times.  Dillinger kicks Young and then he hits a super kick that sends Young against the cage and Young appears to be bleeding.  Dillinger gets to the platform on top of the cage but they are both on the top rope.  Young with forearms to the back and then Young sits on top of the cage.  Dillinger with punches and Young punches back.  Dillinger is knocked to the mat and Young stands on top of the cage and he hits an elbow drop but Young can only get a near fall. 

Dillinger gets Young up and hits the Tye Breaker.  The cage door is opened but Nikki Cross attacks the referee and Dain closes the door in Dillinger’s face. 

Kassius Ohno, Roderick Strong, and Ruby Riot come out and they stop Wolfe, Dain, and Cross.  Dain with a splash to Strong, Ohno, and a referee against the cage.  Dain climbs the cage but Dillinger knocks Dain off the cage.  Young is Irish whipped into the cage and Wolfe is knocked off the cage.

Dillinger climbs the cage and Wolfe climbs to get in the way.  Dain goes into the cage and Dillinger with a cross body onto Dain and Young.  Wolfe climbs the cage and into the ring but Dillinger gets to the floor and he closes the cage door.

Winner:  Tye Dillinger

We go to credits.


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