NXT 2.0 Live Results – April 5, 2022

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NXT 2.0 Live Results – April 5, 2022 WWE

It’s the fall out from NXT Stand & Deliver and big spoiler if you missed WWE Raw last night, Bron Breakker is NXT 2.0 champ!

Scheduled for tonight’s show per WWE.com:

  • Women’s Tag Team Title rematch: Raquel Gonzalez and Dakota Kai vs. Toxic Attraction
  • New North American Champion Cameron Grimes addresses his victory at Stand & Deliver
  • Nikkita Lyons vs. Lash Legend 

See you back here at 5pm PST / 8pm EST / 1AM BST for all the NXT 2.0 action!

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Bron Breakker vs. Gunther

An interesting match where Breakker is getting worked over! Gunther is a force in every match but this is interesting to see him shaken around like a small child by Gunther! Breakker sells Gunther’s chops so well including sort of bouncing off the ropes and rolling his eyes back in his head. Shortly thereafter though Breakker is able to turn it around, getting in a suplex and a big clothesline to take them both down.

Bron eventually picks up the win but in the post-match angle, Joe Gacy’s confusing and rambling filmed segments they kept showing throughout the show suddenly made more sense – why does he have Rick Steiner?!

Nikkita Lyons vs. Lash Legend 

Enjoyable match between two ladies who have some highlights (and some low lights) but overall put on an entertaining showing.

In the final third of the match, both really oversell some elbows to the point it’s amusing, a big roundhouse kid from Lyons as she then drives Legend into the corner before going up top for a suplex and a near fall. The action continues for another minute or so and ends with Lyons’ signature pin and then posing in the ring.




Tony D'Angelo segment with AJ Galante

This segment was a little odd although understand where they’re trying to go with it…? Sort of? AJ Galante from that Netflix documentary is still here and is running a ceremony to seal the deal that Tony D is the Don of NXT?

Problematically, they’ve given a LOT of lines to someone who doesn’t work here but all things considered, Galante does a good job but gets distracted by the crowd heckling.

Overall a weird and bizarre ‘ceremony’ ensues.


Women’s Tag Team Title rematch: Raquel Gonzalez and Dakota Kai vs. Toxic Attraction

Decent back and forth action between these two teams but ultimately it comes down to a Wendy Choo distraction on the outside leading to a Mandy Rose run-in and Toxic Attraction picks up the win to get back their tag-team titles…? It ends in both trios huddled together to perhaps continue this already drawn out feud.

We’ll let it play out?

Dexter Lumis vs. Duke Hudson

I think this is the Corey and Carmella segments from Raw for NXT 2.0 – it’s really oversexed, pointless non-sense but someone out there is LOVING IT and I love that for them.

There’s some decent match action between Lumis and Hudson actually despite all the obvious shenanigans afoot, I wouldn’t mind seeing them do an actually serious match.

Serious this match is not as it ends in double count out, they all writhe on the floor…? Yes, seriously – here’s a gif.

Again, somewhere there’s a tween who loves this and I’m really happy for them. For the most part they must not be in the crowd though who chanted, “that was stupid” at the finish.



Cameron Grimes/Solo Sikoa

Cameron Grimes comes out to address the crowd and talks about his meaningful win in the context of his deceased Father who also dedicated himself to the wrestling business but never quite achieved big-time glory which is nice because there is something so genuine about Cameron Grimes that these promos don’t make me question whether or not this is a disingenuous show of faux emotion for a cheap pop. Anyway – so he’s chatting and interrupted by Solo Sikoa.

Sikoa shows him respect and challenges him, they accept in a calm and supportive manner? It was good.

Creed Brothers vs. Imperium

This one cracks off during the break and we get a re-cap when we return from the advert, interesting pacing! A decent match is happening when strangely, mid-match Aichner just walks out and leave Barthel alone in the ring to get dismantled by the Creeds. By the end he’s busted open and loses the match via pinfall but after the match, their celebration is interrupted by masked men with steel chairs who reveal themselves to be… Pretty Deadly!

Bron Breakker kicks off the show!

Some in the crowd chanting “We want Ziggler!” and some “No we don’t!” until it seems production is piping crowd noise in to confuse the viewer since I hear people screaming but I see everyone’s mouths closed… he’s talking about bringing the NXT championship back to where it belongs!

Until he’s interrupted by Imperium… Gunther hops on the mic and says that the NXT championship is supposed to represent the BEST in NXT and Bron isn’t the best until he’s stepped in the ring with Gunther!

Bron accepts – Gunther and Imperium are shown doing their signature pose when Creed Brothers and Malcolm Bivens are seen storming out to the ring from behind Imperium when we cut to commercial break!

Let's go!

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