The 02/13/19 edition of NXT, out of the Full Sail Arena in Winter Park, Florida, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE NXT results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #491 of NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Dominik Dijakovic vs. Shane Thorne
Dominik Dijakovic had the obvious size and strength advantage in the match so Shane Thorne had to get straight up nasty to combat it. At one point Thorne was grabbing at Dijakovic’s nose and ears, which was awesome.
After an athletic sequence from the top rope (check the embedded tweet), Dijakovic landed Feast Your Eyes for the 1-2-3.
Winner: Dominik Dijakovic
Street Profits vs. Humberto Carrillo & Stacey Ervin Jr.
Kassius Ohno came out prior to the match and insulted the Full Sail crowd, prompting Keith Lee to KO him from behind so the match could begin.
Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins took turns working over Humberto Carrillo before literally dropping Stacey Ervin Jr. on his head. Ervin Jr. seemed to shake it off quickly, however, and even landed his internet-famous moonsault later on in the match.
The Profits landed an electric chair/top-rope Blockbuster combo on Ervin Jr. to get the pinfall victory.
Post-match, every tag team in NXT came out and it wasn’t long before a massive brawl had broken out. The War Raiders stood tall to close out the segment.
Winner: Street Profits
Aliyah vs. Taynara Conti
Aliyah came into this match a little too cocky, allowing Conti to land a flying armbar early on that almost got her the win. From there, Conti continued to attack Aliyah’s arm, but Aliyah turned things around, locking Conti in a submission hold to get the tap out victory.
Vanessa Borne joined Aliyah post-match; the two appear to be a team now.
Aliyah and Borne weren’t given much time to celebrate, however, because Shayna Baszler, along with Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir, quickly took the duo out.
Baszler got on the mic, angrily warning everyone not to piss them off.
Adam Cole vs. Ricochet
Adam Cole and Ricochet faced off in the main event of the evening.
Ricochet got his left leg stuck in the ropes early on and Cole took advantage of the injury for much of the remainder of the match. Ricochet pretty much did everything on one leg for the rest of the match, which was really fun to watch.
Ricochet nailed Cole with a Poison Rana, as well as a one-legged springboard senton, but only got a two count. He followed that up with a brutal-looking ax kick, then a Northern Lights suplex/Falcon Arrow combination, then finally a Vertigo, to score the pinfall victory.
The rest of Undisputed Era ran down immediately following the match and laid out Ricochet, as well as Aleister Black (he tried to make the save). The Era stood tall over Black and Ricochet to close out the show.