Complete NXT TV Taping Spoilers For June And July


NXT held its live TV tapings for June and July at Full Sail University on Thursday night, and here’s the scoop.

Please be aware that everything you read in the subsequent paragraphs is an actual, massive, legitimate spoiler for what will happen over the next several weeks of NXT television. You may read on only at your own risk. But if you’re the sort of person who just simply cannot wait until it happens on WWE Network to find out what happens next, congratulations! This post is for you!

NXT Taping Results for June 21, 2018:

June 27 Episode

– Tommaso Ciampa interrupted an Aleister Black promo and threatened to take the NXT Championship. Brief editorial: YES PLEASE.

1. Kona Reeves defeated Max Humberto.

– Clips were shown of Tyler Bate and Trend Seven winning the NXT Tag Team Championship in London.

2. Candice LeRae defeated Lacey Evans.

3. The Undisputed Era (NXT North American Champion Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Roderick Strong) defeated Ricochet and NXT Tag Team Champions Trent Seven and Tyler Bate. This started off as Mustache Mountain vs. Local Talent, but Undisputed Era attacked. Ricochet made the save to set up a six-man tag. Cole pinned Ricochet to win that match.

July 4 Episode

1. Dakota Kai defeated Santana Garrett. NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler cut a promo after the match.

2. The Mighty defeated Otis Dozovic. This was supposed to be a tag team match, but became a handicap match due to an injury to Tucker Knight.

3. Kairi Sane defeated Vanessa Borne.

4. Velveteen Dream defeated Christopher Dijak

5. Johnny Gargano defeated EC3.

July 11th Episode

1. NXT North American Champion Adam Cole defeated Danny Burch.

2. Lacey Evans defeated Dakota Kai.

3. Kassius Ohno defeated Local Talent.

4. Number One Contender Triple Treat Match: Kairi Sane defeated Nikki Cross and Candice LeRae. Sane will move on to face Shayna Baszler for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III in August.

5. NXT Tag Team Championship Match: Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong defeated Trent Seven and Tyler Bate (c) to become the new NXT Tag Team Champions. Bate threw in the towel when Seven wouldn’t submit to Kyle O’Reilly.