WWE NXT Results
January 8, 2019
Report by Lovell Porter for Wrestlezone.com
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In-Ring Segment: NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley
Ripley says she is never going to forget what happened last week. Before Ripley can finish, Toni Storm interrupts. Storm congratulates Ripley. Storm asks Ripley if she remembers that time Storm beat her. Storm reminds Ripley that she beat her twice. Storm says she is going to win the NXT UK Women’s title back this weekend. Once she does, Storm wants Ripley at Worlds Collide. Storm is going to become a double champ. Kay Lee Ray comes out and says Storm doesn’t have a chance. Io Shirai walks out and points at the NXT Women’s title and says “mine”. Bianca Belair walks to the ring and says Storm doesn’t even go here and Belair is better than everyone. Candice LeRae power walks to the ring. Ripley tells LeRae to save it. Ripley decks Belair and a brawl breaks out.
Rhea Ripley, Candice LeRae, and Toni Storm vs. Kay Lee Ray, Bianca Belair, and Io Shirai
LeRae lands a dive. Belair gets a near fall on Storm after a bodyslam. Belair beats Storm into the corner. LeRae catches Belair with a missile dropkick. Ray tags in and superkicks LeRae after a distraction by Shirai. Shirai knocks Belair off the apron as she hits the ropes for a dropkick. Belair is pissed. The heels take turns working over LeRae. Belair accidentally knocks Shirai off the apron. LeRae manages to tag in Storm. Storm German suplexes Ray for a near fall. Shirai tags in and crushes Storm in the corner with a double knee strike. Shirai goes up for a moonsault but Belair tags herself in. Belair picks up Storm for the KOD. Shirai springboard dropkicks Belair. Ripley hits the Riptide on Belair for the win!
Winners- Rhea Ripley, Candice LeRae, and Toni Storm
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