WWE NXT 2.0 Live Results – May 17, 2022

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WWE NXT 2.0 Live Results – May 17, 2022 WWE

It’s WWE NXT 2.0 live results for Tuesday, May 17, 2022!

Coming up on NXT 2.0 according to WWE.com:

  • Tony D’Angelo vs Santos Escobar
  • Cameron Grimes & Solo Sikoa join forces to take on Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams
  • The first-ever NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament continues
  • The Creed Brothers vs. The Viking Raiders rematch

Join us back here at 5pm PST/ 8pm EST/ 1am BST for all the NXT 2.0 action!

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Tony D'Angelo vs. Pablo Escobar

Enjoyable match with fun action including a pair of big drop kicks by Escobar into a running dive to the outside and back into the ring with a fun flip over the ropes as he flips the momentum in the match.

Another match where the live crowd is split, until by the end Tony D is squarely hated as the crowd is on Escobar’s side as the duo go to the top rope, with Escobar nailing Tony D’Angelo with a serious move. With D’Angelo desperately trying to find his crowbar he spots that Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde

Gross, Joe Gacy is back again!? Why? That was a nice ending.

He tells Bron that Breakker’s lack of control will deliver Gacy full control over the NXT title, the brand and the world… literal maniacal laughter here.
Or at least the condominium rooftop this stupid drone scene was filmed at.

I’m sorry Joe Gacy fans, please come find me on Twitter and explain this masterpiece to me since I’m clearly missing something here.

Nathan Frazer vs. Wes Lee

Von Wagner shows up and ruins an otherwise good match, throwing Frazer out of the ring first before exchanging blows with Wes Lee but shortly dominating, hurling Lee over the top rope and into the commentary desk. We get multiple replays with commentary mentioning that Sofia Cromwell is there. That’s probably really exciting for someone and I love that for them.

Roxanne Perez vs. Kiana James

Another Breakouts tournament match that is fun albeit a little clunky. One of these gals looks like a bonafide star and it isn’t James’ fault exactly that it isn’t her.

Roxanne Perez hits a big Pop Rox in the corner to get the pinfall victory and to move on in the NXT Breakouts tournament.

Grayson Waller vs. Andre Chase

Waller picks up the pinfall victory with his roll-in stunner in front of a shocked Sarray in the Chase U student’s section who was waving the Chase U flag. Depressingly, Tiffany Stratton wasn’t at ringisde – BOO.

Backstage with Toxic Attraction, Mandy Rose agrees that there isn’t enough respect on their name and that will change now, starting with Indi Hartwell! Also Mandy has a new, lighter spring hair color and it is lovely.

Creed Brothers vs. Viking Raiders

Backstage, Wes Lee is interviewed and his match with Xyon Quinn is canceled again as Quinn “isn’t medically cleared to compete” with Lee saying last week his shoulder hurt, this time he doesn’t have the right hair gel (random!) but whenever he IS medically cleared to compete, he’ll be waiting. Nathan Frazer pops up and offers to have a match with him instead.

Viking Raiders and Creed Brothers go at it again! After refusing any interference from Roderick Strong, the bros fell to the Raiders.

Bron Breakker and Joe Gacy in-ring/balcony promo

Bron Breakker is here, he is fired up! He’s interrupted by Joe Gacy on the balcony area with again, two crimson velour hooded figures. His cadence remains weird, they’re building toward In Your House so I know this feud doesn’t really go anywhere for a couple weeks, there’s not a lot here to keep the crowd engaged in the narrative?

As evidenced by the crowd booing Gacy but not in a heel heat way, they are literally chanting “Shut the hell up,” at him and they end up singing Na-Na-Na-Na Goodbye at him which they seem to cover with general boo audio?

This match will have a stipulation attached.

Tatum Paxley vs. Lash Legend

Lash Legend wins with a big pinfall victory to move on in the NXT women’s breakout tournament!

Elsewhere, backstage – Indi Hartwell says this is the first time she’s ever had to go it alone in NXT, no tag partner, no life partner, so she’s going to shoot her shot – she challenges Mandy Rose for the NXT Women’s Championship!

Cameron Grimes & Solo Sikoa vs. Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams

In the first match of the night, North American champ Cameron Grimes and tag partner for the night Solo Sikoa best Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes.


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