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Posted On 10/25/2013 By In News, Results

Spoilers: WWE NXT Taping Results (Four Episodes – 11/20/13 to 12/11/13)

WWE taped four episodes of WWE NXT Thursday night from the campus of Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. Thanks to Wrestling News World Orlando correspondent Scott Brooks who was in attendance for the following taping results:

Dark Match:

* Jason Jordan defeated Tye Dillinger via a Northern Lights Suplex variation with a bridge.

Episode 1 (Airing November 20, 2013):

* The commentators were William Regal, Alex Riley & Byron Saxton

* Bo Dallas came out. At the ramp balloons fell for him. He got in the ring and spoke of the Bo Dallas vs The World Tour. He asked if the fans wanted to see photos from his tour. On the screen he showed photos from Montreal, “CamBOdia,” and others. He showed some others as well. He then had cookies distributed to all the fans. JBL’s music hit and he came to the ring. He said that they are proud that Bo is the face of NXT. Sami Zayn’s music hits. No asked if Sami came here for a cookie. Sami declined and said how “nice” it was to see him and the GM that suspended him. JBL calls him out on not having respect for coming out to interrupt them. Bo said he told him that. Sami wants to be reinstated so he can take the title off of “that delusional cheeseball.” JBL days he can suspend him indefinitely if he isn’t careful. Fans chant cheeseball and JBL threatens to suspend the audience. JBL says he does what is best for business and reinstates him. Bo says he already defeated Sami. Sami says not to patronize him. Sami says next time it is them in the ring he is taking the title. JBL says tonight there will be a Beat The Clock challenge and Sami is in it.

* In a Beat The Clock Challenge Match, Alexander Rusev w/his Russian girl (not sure of her name) defeated Colin Cassady via submission in 5:33.

* In a Beat The Clock Challenge Match, Kassius Ohno defeated Tyler Breeze with a roll-up with 0:45 remaining on the clock.

* Camacho and Hunico defeated local Florida talent Johnny Vandal and Chris Rothwell (?). Two moves were hit on Rothwell and Hunico/Camacho win. Post-match they said they would be coming after the ascension.

* In a Beat The Clock Challenge, Adrian Neville beat Aiden English via the Corkscrew Shooting Star Press with 0:03 left on the clock to become the new time to beat at 4:45. Before the match, English sang a parody of “Seasons of Love” from Rent on his way to the ring.

* In a Beat The Clock Challenge, Sami Zayn defeated Leo Kruger via a cradle right as the time expired. JBL blamed this on the referee. He said next week Adrian Neville and Sami Zayn will face off and the winner challenges Bo.

Episode 2 (Airing November 27, 2013):

* The commentators were William Regal, Renee Young and possibly Alex Riley

* Antonio Cesaro defeated Yoshi Tatsu. Before the match, Cesaro got in Byron’s face and Regal came to ringside and pulled Byron out. Cesaro wins the Neutralizer. He also did a 30 second big swing. Cesaro was glaring at Regal throughout.

* Bo Dallas defeated CJ Parker in a non-title match.

* Camacho and Hunico defeated The Ascension in a non-title match.

* Tyler Breeze defeated Kassius Ohno. Before the match, Alexander Rusev attacked Kassius Ohno. Breeze hit one move on Ohno and lost.

* Adrian Neville defeated Sami Zayn in about 12 minutes via the Corkscrew Shooting Star Press to become the #1 contender. Bo Dallas was on commentary during the match. Neville went to shake Sami’s hand after. Zayn kicked his hand away then hugged Neville and raised his hand in victory.

Episode 3 (Airing December 4, 2013):

* The commentators were Byron Saxton, Renee Young & Alex Riley

* For the NXT Diva’s Championship, Paige defeated Natalya Neidhart with the Paige Turner.

* Aiden English defeated an unknown talent that didn’t get a name. He sang again after he won.

* Antonio Cesaro came to the save. He apologized to Byron Saxton for last week. He would like him to come to the stage to apologize in person face to face. Cesaro apologized. Byron said thanks. Cesaro said as a sign of good will, he asks Byron to put his hand over his heart and say loudly and clearly “we the people.” Byron said it in a rather uninspired manner. Cesaro grabs Byron and slaps him.

* Tyson Kidd defeated Leo Kruger via roll-up. Sami Zayn came out an distracted Kruger which led to Kidd getting the roll-up victory.

* In an NXT Title Match, Adrian Neville defeated Bo Dallas via countout. Neville did a crossbody from the top to outside. Neville rolled in the ring but Bo stayed outside allowing him to retain the title despite the loss.

Episode 4 (Airing December 11, 2013):

* In an NXT Tag Team Title Match, The Ascension retained over Camacho and Hunico via their Total Elimination variation on Camacho.

* Alexander Rusev w/his valet defeated Kassius Ohno via submission to the camel clutch.

* Summer Rae & Sasha Banks defeated Natalia Neidhart & Bayley via Sasha pinning Bayley after her neckbreaker.

* Mojo Rawley defeated Scott Dawson w/Sylvester Lefort via the Earthquake. Post match Lefort tried to talk with Rawley and Dawson blindsided Rawley and laid him out.

* Leo Kruger defeated Sami Zayn via a lariat. Kruger attacked him post match. Zayn made a comeback and hit a dive to the outside. Refs had to separate them.

* Dusty Rhodes came out and spoke. JBL came out with a bull rope and challenged Dusty to a bull rope match after some verbal exchange. Dusty said he brought a friend. Big Show came out. He got into words with JBL. HHH came out. Big Show asked him to fight. HHH sent out Alexander Rusev. Rusev put up a fight but Big Show knocked him out. Big Show knocked out several other people that came out for the save. Big Show also KOed JBL. Big Show and Dusty posed. As fans left, JBL told all the fans that chanted Big Show that they need to leave their name at the door and they are banned (all while laying KOed on the mat.) I assume they put this segment online over the weekend possibly.

The next taping is on November 21st, 2013 at Full Sail. No name was announced for the show.

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