The 09/05/18 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 #466 of WWE NXT by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Kassius Ohno vs. Kona Reeves


Kassius Ohno quickly defeated Kona Reeves via pinfall following a knockout punch. Post-match, Ohno cut a promo in the middle of the ring, letting every newcomer to NXT know that he was going to be waiting at the door the moment they arrived.

Winner: Kassius Ohno 


The Street Profits vs. The Forgotten Sons (Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler)


The Forgotten Sons, Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler, defeated The Street Profits, thanks to some help from The Mighty. On top of that, the third member of Forgotten Sons, Jaxson Ryker, also made his presence felt, which was just too much for The Street Profits to overcome.

Winner: The Forgotten Sons (Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler)


Regal Questions Heavy Machinery 


In his office, General Manager William Regal questioned Heavy Machinery about the Aleister Black Attack from weeks ago. Machinery didn’t know much, outside of the fact that Tommaso Ciampa was at the scene.


Kairi Sane vs. Trish Adora (???)


Kairi Sane defeated Trish Adora (???) in a squash match. Post-match, former champion Shayna Baszler made her way to the ring and things got physical, but Sane stood tall to close the segment. The two will meet again for Sane’s NXT Women’s Championship soon, as Baszler has a rematch clause that she has yet to redeem.

Winner: Kairi Sane


Tommaso Ciampa Speaks


Backstage, Tommaso Ciampa cut a promo claiming that he was the last man standing, as both Johnny Gargano and Aleister Black are out with injuries, meaning he’s without a challenger. Ciampa said that’s why he hasn’t been seen in the Full Sail Arena since TakeOver: Brooklyn, because he’s at the top of the food chain, he does what he wants, and he doesn’t need to hear the opinions of those at Full Sail.


Regal Questions Sullivan 


Continuing to question anyone and everyone, General Manager William Regal turned his attention towards Lars Sullivan. Sullivan said that he did come to the building that night looking to hurt Aleister Black, but someone beat him to the punch. What’s more, had he had done the deed, Black would be out for a lot longer than he is, and Sullivan would have stayed standing over his body, just like he did to EC3 last week.

Sullivan also laid out Raul Mendoza, EC3’s opponent from last week, and Regal set a match between Mendoza and Sullivan for next week to give Mendoza a chance to settle the score.


Velveteen Dream vs. Johnny Gargano 


Velveteen Dream defeated Johnny Gargano in what was one hell of a main event matchup. Gargano continues to struggle overcoming the Tommaso Ciampa era of his life, which ultimately cost him yet another match tonight against The Dream.

The show ended with half the crowd chanting “Johnny Failure,” while the other half chanted “Johnny Wrestling,” as Gargano walked out of the arena in disgust.

Winner: Velveteen Dream