New WWE NXT Champion crowned, Title match set for next week

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It
was
a
Fatal-4-Way
contest
for
the
vacant
NXT
Title.
Apart
from
Ciampa,
the
other
competitors
in
the
match
were
Pete
Dunne,
LA
Knight,
and
newcomer
Von
Wagner
(Cal
Bloom,
son
of
Wayne
Bloom).

Originally,
Kyle
O’Reilly
was
set
to
participate
in
the
match
but
he
was
attacked
by
Ridge
Holland
and
Pete
Dunne
in
a
backstage
segment.

Afterward,
Kyle
was
taken
out
of
the
match
by
NXT
General
Manager
William
Regal
as
he
named
Wagner
to
be
his
replacement.
Wagner
almost
managed
to
pull
off
a
shocker
after
nailing
a
big
power
move
on
Knight.

But
Ciampa
broke
the
pin-fall
attempt
and
connected
with
the
Fairy
Tale
Ending
finisher
on
Knight
to
become
the
new
champion.

This
is
the
second
title
run
for
Ciampa
with
the
WWE
NXT
Championship.
Earlier
this
week,
the
former
champion
Samoa
Joe
declared
the
title
vacant
as
he
was
forced
to
relinquish
it
due
to
an
injury.

Joe
held
the
title
for
20
days,
winning
it
from
Karrion
Kross
back
at
TakeOver
36
on
August
22.
There’s
no
update
on
the
nature
and
severity
of
his
injury.

WWE
NXT
Women’s
Title
match
was
also
supposed
to
be
on
the
line
on
this
week’s
episode
from
the
Capitol
Wrestling
Center.
The
Champion
Raquel
Gonzalez
was
scheduled
to
defend
her
belt
against
Franky
Monet
in
a
match
that
was
officially
promoted.

But
for
some
reason,
that
match
was
called
off
the
show.
Both
Raquel
and
Monet
were
a
no-show
during
NXT
2.0
(Monet
later
appeared
in
an
after-show
video
published
on
YouTube)
and
no
update
around
their
absence
was
given.

WWE
NXT
2.0
episode
saw
The
Creed
Brothers
(Julius
and
Brutus
Creed)
dominate
two
enhancement
talents,
billed
as
Dan
Jarmon
and
Trevor
Skelly
in
a
squash
match.
After
the
match,
the
only
female
member
of
the
Diamond
Mine
faction
was
introduced
in
the
form
of
Ivy
Nile.

Malcolm
Bivens
of
Diamond
Mine
took
the
mic
and
praised
his
stablemates
when
NXT
Cruiserweight
Champion
Kushida
came
out
and
challenged
Mine’s
Roderick
Strong
to
a
title
match,
right
there.
But
Bivens
proposed
to
save
it
for
next
week.

WWE
has
since
announced
Strong
vs.
Kushida
for
the
title
on
next
Tuesday’s
episode.
This
will
be
Kushida’s
return
to
in-ring
action
after
being
tested
positive
for
COVID-19.

  • WWE
    NXT
    results,
    recap
    and
    highlights:
    September
    14,
    2021
  • Big
    E
    cashes
    in
    MITB
    contract
    on
    Raw,
    becomes
    new
    WWE
    Champion
  • WWE
    Monday
    Night
    Raw
    results,
    recap
    and
    highlights:
    September
    13,
    2021
  • WWE
    Monday
    Night
    Raw
    preview
    and
    schedule:
    September
    13,
    2021
  • WWE
    NXT
    Championship
    vacated
    by
    Samoa
    Joe
    due
    to
    injury
  • WWE
    Super
    Smackdown
    results,
    recap
    and
    highlights:
    September
    10,
    2021
  • WWE
    Extreme
    Rules
    2021:
    Major
    changes
    made
    to
    the
    PPV
    card
  • WWE
    Super
    Smackdown
    preview
    and
    schedule:
    September
    10,
    2021
  • Tokyo
    Olympics
    Gold
    Medalist
    Gable
    Steveson
    reacts
    after
    signing
    for
    WWE
  • Health
    update
    on
    WWE
    Legend
    Triple
    H
    following
    heart
    issue
  • AEW
    Dynamite
    (9/9/21)
    results
    and
    recap:
    Bryan
    Danielson
    confronts
    Kenny
    Omega
  • Title
    Match,
    Fatal-4-Way
    and
    more
    announced
    for
    revamped
    WWE
    NXT

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