The 03/06/19 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 #494 of NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Aleister Black and Ricochet vs. European Union

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Match

Aleister Black took control of Marcel Barthel early on in this match, but eventually, the European Union cornered Black on their side of the ring. Aichner and Barthel took turns working him over for the first few moments of the match.

Once Ricochet got the hot tag, things turned around quickly. He landed a standing Shooting Star Press and scored a two count from it. The European Union didn’t give in, however, and Aichner hit a beautiful double springboard moonsault to score a near fall of his own.

Ricochet hit Barthel with a top rope Frankensteiner, then a suicide dive, leaving Black alone in the ring with Aichner. It didn’t take Black long to make Aichner fade to black via a Black Mass kick to the head.

Winner: Aleister Black and Ricochet

Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan vs. Forgotten Sons

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Match

The Forgotten Sons really went after Oney Lorcan’s back in this match, which ended up being the big story here. There were a ton of different combinations that focused in on Lorcan’s back from the Forgotten Sons, all of which were awesome.

Danny Burch kicked Wesley Blake into the ropes, which might not sound like a big deal, but Blake bounced off the ropes face first, which looked rough.

Burch, who was whooping ass at the time, made the mistake of tagging in an injured Lorcan. Lorcan, because of the bad back, couldn’t post up Cutler for the elevated DDT, allowing the Forgotten Sons to get back in the match.

Cutler locked in a Boston Crab on Lorcan, but Burch broke it up with a vicious headbutt. Lorcan eventually ate a buckle bomb into a pair of boots, as well as an inverted DDT/top rope double stomp combination, allowing the Forgotten Sons to pick up the pinfall victory.

Winner: Forgotten Sons

The Velveteen Dream Experience

The Velveteen Dream came out and stood on top of the announce table near the entrance stage with a microphone in his hand. He said he came out to remind the crowd that he was the NEW North American Champion.

Matt Riddle came out next and said he just wanted to say hi, which got a laugh from the crowd. He congratulated Dream but told him he thought the North American Championship would look good around The Original Bro’s waist, too.

Dream quickly reminded Riddle that the spotlight was on him, not Riddle. A literal spotlight then beamed down on Dream, while his music played to end the segment.

Moustache Mountain vs. Street Profits

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Match

The crowd was very much behind both teams here. We got dueling chants as they took their time feeling one another out before things got good.

Tyler Bate landed a pretty step-up enziguri on Angelo Dawkins before both men tagged out to their partners. Montez Ford showed a ton of aggression during on Trent Seven, which was nice to see because we’d hate to see him typecasted as just a funny guy.

Street Profits landed their spinebuster/frog splash combo but Tyler Bate somehow managed to kick out. After a bit more back-and-forth, Seven nailed Ford with a Dragon Suplex on the apron. In the ring, Bate hit Dawkins with delayed German a few seconds after.

That set up Moustache Mountain beautifully, and they hit their torture rack/double stomp combo to score the pinfall victory and advance in the Dusty Classic.

Winner: Moustache Mountain

#DIY vs. Undisputed Era

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Match

DIY brought back the DIY theme for this match, which got a huge pop from us. That theme is a classic. Speaking of DIY, they looked great here. Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano took over the first half of this match and did some really fun tag team wrestling things throughout the match.

Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly of the Undisputed Era did some good tag team wrestling stuff, too. They cut the ring in half and prevented Gargano from tagging out of the match by attacking Ciampa on the apron, which is always a fun spot.

Fish and O’Reilly hit a wheelbarrow suplex on Gargano but only got a two count out of it. Gargano had to land a tornado DDT/kick combo to both Fish and O’Reilly to land the hot tag to Ciampa.

Ciampa came in and nailed O’Reilly with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but only got a two count out of it. He also hit a pretty big knee to the back of O’Reilly’s head, which looked brutal.

Fish planted Ciampa with a top rope Michinoku Driver, which wasn’t fun to watch, knowing what we know about Ciampa’s neck now. DIY hit O’Reilly with back-to-back DDTs, then Meeting in the Middle, to get the big win.

NXT Tag Team Champions the War Raiders came out and had a stare-off with DIY to close out the show.

This show was absolutely FANTASTIC. Seriously, this article does not do these matches justice. All four delivered, especially the opening and closing bouts.

Winner: DIY