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– Austin Aries def. No Way Jose: After the opening bell they go back and forth until they eventually take things to the outside and Jose gets the upper hand. Aries tries to escape through the crowd but Jose throws him back in the ring. Aries gets back in the match after dropping Jose’s throat across the top rope and hitting an elbow drop to the back of the head for a near-fall. The crowd starts “Woo”-ing at someone off-screen, who appears from a distance to be Ric Flair taking his seat in the front row. Aries hits a suplex on Jose and rolls through into the Last Chance. Jose crawls to the bottom rope to break the hold. Aries misses a rolling elbow and Jose picks him up and hits a TKO for a near-fall. Jose rolls to the outside and Aries hits a suicide dive through the middle ropes that crashes Jose into the fan barricade. Back in the ring, Jose reverses a suplex into a suplex of his own for another near-fall. Aries escapes another suplex attempt and gets Jose in the Last Chance an this time he taps. After the bell rings, Aries beats down Jose until Hideo Itami comes out for the save. Itami hits a kick to the head and then the Go 2 Sleep and stands tall over Aries to end the segment.

– We get a close up of “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair sitting in the front row with his significant other.

– Ember Moon def. Billy Kaye: Billy Kaye controls the opening moments of the match and gets Ember in a Widows Peak-like submission move then drops her for a 2. They go back and forth with elbows and forearm strikes, then Ember comes back with a kick to the midsection and a suplex. Ember hits a somersault into a splash in the corner. As Billy is getting up to her feet, Ember comes off the top rope and and hits the Stone Cold Stunner on her form the air for the win.

– Bobby Roode def. Andrade Almas: After some wrist locks and head locks early on, Almas takes the lead with a chop to the chest and a dropkick. Almas follows up with a hurricanrana that sends Roodes to the outside. Back in the ring, Roode crotches Almas on the top turnbuckle then stomps a mud hole in him in the corner. Almas dropkicks Roode to the outside then follows up with a springboard corkscrew plancha to the outside. Back in the ring, he hits a moonsault for a near-fall. Almas hits a spinning heel kick and a big boot, but Roode comes back with a spinebuster and a pumphandle powerslam for the win.

– Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder def. Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa: The Revival’s tag titles are on the line in this one. The challengers get in lots of offense in the opening minutes. The champions roll to the outside and Gargano and Ciampa hit suicide dives in tandem on them. Back in the ring, the Revival double team Ciampa for a couple near-falls. Ciampa finally fights his way to Gargano who clears the ring. Gargano kicks Wilder to the floor and springboards through the ropes with a spear on Dawson for a near-fall. Ciampa tags back in and locks Dawson in an armbar, but Wilder breaks it up. After a series of close near-falls, Gargano and Ciampa hit a superkick and knee to the head in tandem for yet another very close call. The Revival starts working on Gargano’s knee. After laying out Ciampa on the outside, Dawson locks Gargano in a modified Texas Cloverleaf for the win via submission.

– Asuka def. Bayley: Asuka controls the opening moments of the match with numerous knees and kicks to the head. Bayley comes back with a suplex and a series of clotheslines for a near-fall. Bayley hits a splash in the corner, then hits a Stone Cold Stunner on the apron. Bayley hits a springboard cross body off the middle rope for a 2 count. Bayley misses another cross body attempt and Asuka comes back with a Shining Wizard for a 2 count. Asuka slows things down with an ankle lock, then a series of kicks to the chest. Bayley blocks a clothesline and rolls her up for a near-fall. Bayley hits a Dominator for another near-fall, but Asuka quikly comes back with a Cross-face Chicken Wing. Bayley breaks out and hits a belly to belly suplex for a 2 count. Asuka kicks Bayley in the head but Bayley hulks up and comes back with a kick of her own. Asuka hits two more kicks to the head and pins Bayley for the win.

– New NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura def. Samoa Joe: Joe’s NXT Title is on the line in this one. They block kicks from each other and Joe slaps Shinsuke in the fact. They wrestle around the mat until Joe gets him in an armbar. Shinsuke comes back with some knees and kicks. They take the action to the outside where Joe takes control. Back in the ring, Joe hits a splash in the corner and an enziguri. Nakamura comes back with a Pele kick and a knee to the head. He misses another knee attempt and falls to the floor, then Joe hits a suicide dive through the ropes onto Nakamura on the floor. Back in the ring, Joe hits a kick to the chest and an elbow drop for a near-fall. Joe locks Nakamura in a series of submissions, then a powerbomb into a Boston Crab, then an STF. Shinsuke comes back with an enziguri and both men are down. Nakamura hits a series of kicks, but Joe hits a big boot of his own. Nakamura hits some knees to the head, then goes for a splash in the corner but Joe catches him and slams him down. Nakamura hits a kick off the middle rope, then the two men start trading elbow shots and slaps. Nakamura goes for a triangle choke, but Joe gets out and puts him in the Texas cloverleaf. Joe hits a stiff knee to the head then starts choking out Nakamura, but he reaches the ropes. They trade more elbows, chops, and headbutts, until Nakamura hits a German suplex on Joe. Shinsuke goes for a big boot, but Joe catches him and hits a spinning powerslam for a near-fall. Joe hits Nakamura in the head then hits the Muscle Buster for another near-fall. Joe goes for another Muscle Buster, but Nakamura gets out and hits a Shining Wizard for 2. Nakamura hits a knee to the back of the head off the top rope, then another one to the face to win the NXT Title.

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