The 05/01/19 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 #502 of NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Danny Burch, Oney Lorcan, and Humberto Carrillo vs. The Forgotten Sons

Oney Lorcan came out of the gate guns blazing, at one point taking out all three members of the Forgotten Sons singlehandedly. Once Humberto Carrillo tagged in the match, however, the Forgotten Sons took over completely.

Danny Burch eventually got the hot tag and cleaned house, laying out members of the Forgotten Sons with German suplexes. Burch locked in a crossface in on Steve Cutler, but Jaxson Ryker broke up the hold before it could end the match.

Carrillo flew into the screen and took out Ryker with a missile dropkick, and went to do more damage with a dive to the floor, but accidentally took out Lorcan instead. It’s safe to say Carrillo had a bad night…

Left alone, the numbers game got to Danny Burch, and he didn’t survive much longer.

Winner: The Forgotten Sons

Dominik Dijakovic vs. Mansoor

Dominik Dijakovic went for the big kick early on to win the match in quick fashion (again), but Mansoor ducked it, which was a nice call back to a few weeks ago.

Dijak then legit threw Mansoor out of the ring and to the floor, in what was one of the craziest bumps we’ve seen in a minute. Seriously, check out the embedded tweet above, it’s one hell of a fall for Mansoor.

Mansoor somehow fought his way back into the match, but Feast Your Eyes was all Dijak needed to get the win. This was a fun little match that made us big fans of Mansoor, he’s a likable dude that can really bump and sell.

After the match, Velveteen Dream (on the couch) came out and sang a version of the National Anthem to Dijak. It was something only Dream could make work, and make it work he did.

Winner: Dominik Dijakovic

Kushida vs. Kassius Ohno

First, Kushida, making his NXT debut, had a badass entrance that you can watch above. He went to shake Kassius Ohno’s hand at the beginning of the match, but Ohno kicked it away. What a jerk.

The two went back-and-forth on the ground and in the standup game before things ended in a stalemate. Ohno then went to shake Kushida’s hand, and Kushida accepted, and then was kicked right in the face by Ohno.

This kicked busted Kushida’s nose, but that didn’t stop Ohno from planting him into the match with standing facebuster. Kushida, not giving up, hit a springboard hurricanrana, which earned him a near fall.

Kushida went for a handspring back elbow, but Ohno met him with an elbow of his own, which looked awesome. Kushida wouldn’t go away, and after a few big strikes, locked in the Hoverboard Lock to get the win.

Winner: Kushida