The 04/24/19 edition of WWE Worlds Collide, out of Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, New York, 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 #3 of Worlds Collide by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Candice LeRae vs. Kay Lee Ray
Candice LeRae and Kay Lee Ray started off with a test of strength, both grappling for the upper hand. LeRae got two near falls very early in the match via roll-ups, but Ray powered out of the both.
Candice attempted to bring Ray down with a submission, but Kay Lee Ray used her reach advantage to grab the ropes and break the hold. The action then spilled to the outside of the ring, Candice slamming Kay Lee Ray into one of the ring posts.
Candice then dove not once, but three times, to the outside onto Kay Lee Ray. Back in the ring, Candice hit a double stomp, then tried to follow it up with a high-flying attack, but Kay Lee Ray dodged it.
Shortly after, Candice tried again for a top rope maneuver, but Kay Lee Ray swung a kick all the way up to her head, preventing the attack. Candice dropped back to the ring, but Kay Lee Ray remained on the top rope, setting LeRae up for a suplex.
Then, with a Poison Rana, a neckbreaker, and a lionsault, Candice LeRae took the win.
Winner: Candice LeRae
Piper Niven vs. Zelina Vega
Piper Niven had a clear size advantage in this bout, but Zelina Vega didn’t seem to be phased at all, getting straight in Niven’s face before the bell even rang.
Once the match began, Zelina made repeated attempts to disrespect Piper but was clobbered every time. That being said, Zelina was extremely competitive in this match, despite being at a disadvantage due to her size.
In fact, Zelina held control of the match for the first few minutes, but Piper eventually overpowered her, ragdolling Zelina and finishing with an attempt at a splash, but Zelina rolled out of the way, causing Piper to knock the breath out of herself.
From here, Zelina again gained momentum, going for a high-flying move of her own with a moonsault, but Piper was the one to roll out of the way this time. Piper came back with a Michinoku driver, winning the match.
Winner: Piper Niven
Sonya Deville vs. Io Shirai
Sonya Deville was extremely confident going into this match – right up until she was floored by Io Shirai. Io followed that up with a series of strikes, but Sonya responded by yanking her down to the mat then firing off a round of kicks.
Sonya managed to ground Shirai, trapping her in a lengthy submission hold, then kneeing her in the midsection the moment she escaped. Deville gave a half-hearted attempt at turning this into a pin, but Shirai kicked out.
Back to the body scissors submission, Sonya did her best to keep Io in the middle of the ring, but Io eventually made it to the ropes.
Io Shirai hit a 619 immediately followed by a missile dropkick and thought for sure this would gain her the victory, but Sonya Deville did not stay down.
Shirai tried for a moonsault, but Sonya dodged, responding with a spear and winning the match.
Winner: Sonya Deville
Toni Storm (c) vs. Nikki Cross vs. Bianca Belair
Triple Threat NXT UK Women’s Championship Match
As this was a triple threat, it was automatically under no disqualification stipulations, making the prospect of these three in the ring together even more exciting.
To absolutely no one’s surprise, Nikki Cross started off the match by charging both of her opponents the moment the bell rang. However, Bianca quickly dispatched Cross, leaving Bianca alone in the ring with the champ.
Toni Storm was able to rain down a few strikes on Belair before Nikki Cross had recovered, leaping back into the ring and going straight for Storm. With Storm laid out, Cross turned her attention to Bianca, trapping her in the ring apron and slamming her with strikes before doing the same to Storm.
Cross nearly defeated the champ with a crossbody, but Bianca broke up the pin. Nikki went for another pin, but Bianca again broke it up, this time going for a pin of her own, but Toni kicked out.
Bianca scored a near fall with a suplex to Toni, the two exchanging strikes once she was back to her feet. Bianca then went for a powerbomb, but Nikki attacked her from behind, forcing her to drop Toni.
Toni tried to set up for the Storm Zero on Nikki Cross, but Bianca broke it up. With Storm and Cross laid out, Bianca attempted pins on each of them, but was unsuccessful.
Belair and Storm again left alone, the two went back and forth until Bianca attempted a spear, which Storm dodged, sending Bianca crashing into the ring post.
Nikki Cross threw everything she had at Toni Storm, but Toni either dodged or powered out of every one of her attacks. Finally, Toni responded with a Storm Zero, retaining her championship.
Winner: Toni Storm