The 11/14/18 edition of WWE 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 #477 of WWE NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Bianca Belair vs. Mia Yim


Bianca Belair defeated Mia Yim via pinfall following the KOD (Kiss of Death). The two had a hard-fought match, but Belair did what she needed to do to get the victory. Don’t be surprised if Belair captures the NXT Women’s Championship in 2019. She’s going to be a major star in the WWE before it’s all said and done.

Winner: Bianca Belair


NXT TakeOver: WarGames Hype


Multiple video packages promoting the various matches scheduled for Saturday’s NXT TakeOver: WarGames event aired throughout the night. If you’re out of the loop, check out our thoughts and predictions for the show here.


Ohno vs. Riddle Set for Next Week 


Kassius Ohno and Matt Riddle had another run-in backstage. A match between the two is finally scheduled for next week, which should be tremendous. That match will be taped prior to TakeOver: WarGames, so the crowd is going to be bonkers.


Lacey Evans vs. Karissa Rivera


Lacey Evans defeated Karissa Rivera via pinfall following The Woman’s Right. This was 100% a squash match; Rivera didn’t put up a fight at all.

Evans cut a promo post-match slandering the entire NXT women’s division. She’s done this bit before, but has been backing up her talk with tremendous action in the ring as of late.

Winner: Lacey Evans


Hanson vs. Kyle O’Reilly


Hanson and Kyle O’Reilly faced off in the main event of the evening, with the winner gaining the advantage for their team in Saturday’s WarGames match. O’Reilly, the much smaller man, attacked Hanson’s left knee in an attempt to counterbalance the size advantage. He was actually quite successful, managing to ground Hanson for the first half of the match.

Hanson fought his way back into the picture, and even did some flying around, but the rest of Undisputed Era showed up to shut his momentum down. Rowe, Dunne, and Ricochet came out to even the odds, causing a huge brawl to break out. This gave O’Reilly the opening he needed, which he capitalized on by nailing Hanson with one of the tag team championship titles behind the ref’s back to get the pinfall victory.

Winner: Kyle O’Reilly