The 02/13/19 edition of NXT UK, out of the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE NXT UK results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #30 of NXT UK by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Toni Storm Speaks
NXT UK Women’s Champion Toni Storm kicked off the show with an in-ring promo. Storm declared herself a fighting champion and said she would face anyone for the title, including Rhea Ripley.
Ripley soon entered the ring and stood face-to-face with Storm, scathingly telling the champion that she hated everything about her and that she got lucky at TakeOver: Blackpool.
Storm quickly grew tired of talking and attacked Ripley. Ripley did not stay for a fight, however, escaping up the ramp to close out the segment.
Noam Dar vs. Jordan Devlin
Noam Dar and Jordan Devlin faced off in a singles match to get the in-ring action going. The match itself was filled with some seriously stiff strikes, which was fun to watch.
Toward the end of the match, Devlin tried to smash Dar’s leg on the steel steps but Travis Banks ran down and made the save. Devlin also tried to pin Dar with his feet on the ropes, but Banks shoved them off and Dar kicked out at two.
Devlin allowed himself to become so preoccupied with Banks that Dar managed to land a rollup from behind to get the win.
Post-match, Banks and Devlin brawled all the way to the backstage area.
Winner: Noam Dar
Jinny vs. Mia Yim
Mia Yim looked tremendous in this match against Jinny. She hit a big cannonball splash, as well as a release German, into the corner but neither resulted in a three count.
Jinny landed a big kick to Yim’s jaw, and with the help of her feet on the ropes, scored the pinfall victory.
This was probably Jinny’s best TV match yet.
Pete Dunne vs. Wolfgang
The main event of the evening featured Pete Dunne facing off against Wolfgang in a non-title match.
Dunne used his joint manipulation offense in an attempt to limit Wolfgang’s size and straight advantage but Wolfgang still managed to throw Dunne around a good bit, wounding the champ.
At one point, Dunne hit Wolfgang with a beautiful snap German suplex, but was too exhausted to attempt a pinfall cover.
Wolfgang went for his top rope senton but Dunne countered it into an armbar and won the match via submission.
Winner: Pete Dunne