WWE NXT Results – 6/10/15: Samoa Joe’s In Ring Debut

Jun 11, 2015 - by Atlee Greene

– WWE NXT Results – 6/10/15 | Winter Park, FL | Full Sail University 


– Mojo Rawley & Zack Ryder vs. Elias Sampson & Mike Rallis

This was a fairly quick and by the numbers type of match. Rawley gets hyped, much to the delight of the Full Sail crowd, and dominates early. Ryder tags in, delivers a Broski boot, and gets cut off and takes the heat.

Ryder makes the hot tag and Rawley cleans house with a couple of splashes in the corner and a discus punch. The end comes when Rawley lifts up Sampson in the Hart Attack position and Ryder comes off the top with a Rough Ryder for the pin.

The creative minds at NXT might be on to something with the pair of Ryder and Rawley. They complement each other and both have loads of charisma.

Winners: Mojo Rawley & Zack Ryder


Two videos of Finn Balor and Dana Brooke were shown. Balor looks badass in a suit and the commercial was well done in hyping his pending arrival in Tokyo on the 4th of July. Brooke’s video was just reminding us that she is still around since we might not see her for a bit due to her participation in the Arnold Classic.


– Emma vs. Blue Pants

Blue Pants is met with “Happy Birthday” chants and declares her fandom for Emma. She even does the Aussie’s dance in tribute and pays for it with a blindsiding shot to the back of the head. Emma drop kicks the blue one, throws her around by her hair.

Emma pulls her hair for good measure and locks her in a submission hold. Blue Pants tries to mount a comeback on a couple of occasions, but Emma quickly drops her with a clubbing blow. Emma eventually applies the Emma Lock and that is all she wrote.

Winner: Emma


Enzo, Big Cass, and Carmella vs. Blake, Murphy, and Alexa Bliss is announced for next week. The Jersey crew is fired up and Enzo says he has no time for this (interview) in his own unique way.


– Tyler Breeze vs. Bull Dempsey

These two standing next to each other is the perfect illustration of the fashionable and the unfashionable. Dempsey doesn’t care about that as he mauls Breeze with shots in the corner and a crushing head butt.

Breeze rolls out of the ring before Dempsey comes off the top rope. Dempsey goes on the chase, can’t catch him, and gets winded as the crowd chants “cardio, cardio.” Bull gets back in the ring and walks right into a Beauty Shot for the 1-2-3.

Winner: Tyler Breeze


– Becky Lynch vs. Jessie McKay

This was a showcase for Lynch as she has finally found herself with the Steampunk identity instead of just trying to fit in. McKay lands a big boot and some clubbing forearms. Lynch hits some deep arm drags, dropkicks, and a nice hammerlock suplex. Various leg drop keep things in her wheelhouse until she applies the armbar for the tap out.

Winner: Becky Lynch


GM William Regal is about to make a big announcement until Bull Dempsey interrupts while eating a bag of Doritos. Regal tells him he has a problem and to get himself in shape. Regal snatches the chips and Dempsey pulls a candy bar out of his singlet.

Jason Jordan blamed last week’s loss on Marcus Louis, but says he has a new tag team partner. Chad Gable offers his services and Jordan tells “Cable” that he isn’t interested and walks off. Gable sees Jordan’s locker tag and writes his name on it and admires how the two names look together.

Gable definitely has something in the personality department.


– Baron Corbin vs. Angelo Dawkins

Dawkins attempts to use his amateur wrestling background to take Corbin off his feet, but the lone wolf won’t go down. A thunderous right hand followed by a powerful clothesline rocks Dawkins. An End of Days later and the now confident monster reigns supreme.

Winner: Baron Corbin


Kevin Owens joins the team on commentary and seems quite comfortable with his arm around Byron Saxton.


– Samoa Joe vs. Scott Dawson  

Dawson appears to be the sacrificial lamb as chants of “Joe is gonna kill you” and “please don’t die” fill the air. The bell rings, the two lock up, scuffle in the corner until the referee breaks it up.

After an exchange of arm locks, Joe delivers a stiff shoulder tackle to put Dawson in his place. Dawson rocks Joe with a forearm to the jaw, and bites him in the nose for good measure.

Dawson attempts a vertical suplex, but it’s a no go as Joe clobbers him with a back elbow to fire things up. Joe hits a running splash in the corner and follows it up with a jumping side kick that sends Dawson to the canvas.

Joe props up Dawson in the opposite corner and delvers the Muscle Buster for the pin. Kevin Owens qualifies Joe’s performance as a “good little first match.”

Winner: Samoa Joe


Owens tries to leave, but Joe grabs the mic and calls him to the ring. Joe reminds Owens how he was supposed to drop him next time they saw each other. Joe challenges him to the fight that “the world wants to see.”

Owens calls Joe a rookie in NXT, and says he just can’t walk in and demand a title shot. This was funny since that is exactly what he did against Sami Zayn.

William Regal comes out and says Joe hasn’t earned a title shot, but he’s earned a fight. Next week’s main event is official: Kevin Owens vs. Samoa Joe.

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