The 04/24/19 edition of WWE NXT, out of the Full Sail Arena in Winter Park, Florida, just wrapped up. We’ve got the match results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #501 of NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Humberto Carrillo vs. Jaxson Ryker (w/ The Forgotten Sons)

Humberto Carrillo managed to survive for a minute, but once Jaxson Ryker got going, he was absolutely unstoppable. Ryker got Carrillo outside the ring and threw him into the barricade HARD multiple times.

Ryker ended up causing a double countout, as he refused to move the beatdown inside of the ring. Once the bell rang, Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan, with steel chairs in hand, made the save.

Winner: Double Countout

Kacy Catanzaro and Candice LeRae vs. Aliyah and Vanessa Borne

Candice LeRae’s surprise partner ended up being Kacy Catanzaro. Hopefully, these two stay together for a while because they have the ability to be Women’s Tag Team Champions one day.

Aliyah and Vanessa Borne cornered Catanzaro for a few moments, but once LeRae got in, it was over in a matter of moments. She got the win for her team via pinfall following the Lionsault.

Winner: Kacy Catanzaro and Candice LeRae

Street Profits vs. War Raiders

Montez Ford took out both Hanson and Rowe with a diving senton while both men were still on the ramp making their entrance to get this one started. The way it was shot was badass, as was the rest of this match.

War Raiders managed to weather the storm that was the Street Profits, and eventually, they slowed down the pace of the match… momentarily.

Ford somehow landed a back suplex on Hanson, and a few moments later, Hanson nailed both Ford and Angelo Dawkins with a handspring back elbow.

War Raiders (RIP) got the win via Thor’s Hammer, but again, this match was awesome.

Winner: War Raiders

Johnny Gargano vs. Roderick Strong

Tons of mat wrestling from both Johnny Gargano and Roderick Strong early on. Strong landed a nasty suplex on the apron to turn things up a notch. Back in the ring, he followed that up with some chops in the corner, all of which sounded painful.

Strong’s aggression was turned up to the max, but Gargano fought his way back and landed a slingshot spear for a near fall. He then hit his running senton off the apron and onto Strong, who was on the floor.

Back in the ring, Gargano landed a superkick and some nasty chops of his own, getting revenge for Strong’s chops earlier in the match. Gargano went for another slingshot spear, but Strong blocked it and hit a big backbreaker, but it wasn’t enough.

On the mat, Gargano got Strong in the Gargano Escape, which drew the attention of Adam Cole. Cole’s presence forced Gargano to relinquish the hold, which led to the rest of UE coming out to ringside.

Matt Riddle showed up and took out Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly, and Cole, who was arguing with Gargano, accidentally kicked Strong instead. This led to Gargano taking out Cole, and then landing a springboard DDT on Strong to get the win.

Undisputed Era then argued the whole way back up the ramp to close out the show.

Winner: Johnny Gargano