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NXT Results-February 20th,2019
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Johnny Gargano is in the back getting ready for his match against Velveteen Dream.

Candice LeRae checks on Johnny and she tells him he knows what to do. Tommaso Ciampa shows up and Candice wants to know why is he here. Tommaso says he is here if Johnny needs him. Johnny says he won this on his own so he does not need Ciampa. Johnny leaves and Tommaso says he will be watching.

Match Number Three: Velveteen Dream versus Johnny Gargano for the NXT North American Championship

Dream goes for the legs but Gargano avoids him. Gargano goes for a drop toe hold and he eventually gets Dream down. Dream gets the advantage and Gargano gets to the ropes. They lock up and Gargano with a hammer lock into a front face lock. Dream tries to escape but Gargano holds on. Gargano with a rear chin lock. Dream with an arm bar. Gargano takes Dream to the mat and Gargano with a hammer lock. Gargano with a near fall. Gargano with a hammer lock and front face lock but Dream with a wrist lock.

We see Ciampa watching from the rafters. Dream and Gargano with reversals. Dream lands on his feet on an arm wringer and he punches Gargano. Johnny goes to the floor. Dream goes up top but decides just to get inside Johnny’s head instead of doing anything. Gargano returns to the ring. Dream and Gargano with a Greco Roman Knuckle Lock but Dream with a side head lock. Dream holds on to the side head lock when Gargano tries to send Dream off the ropes. Gargano with forearms but Dream with a shoulder tackle. Gargano drops down and Dream gets in his face and then he slaps Gargano from the floor.

Dream with a double sledge for a near fall. Dream with a drop kick and punch. Dream with a forearm to the lower back. Gargano with chops and an Irish whip but Dream gets a boot up. Dream goes to the turnbuckles but Garagno with a sweep of the leg and Dream hits the mat hard. Gargano with a punch and he sends Dream into the turnbuckles. Gargano with a snap mare and drop kick to the back of the head for a near fall. Gargano makes Dream swing wildly with punches. Gargano with a punch. Gargano with a shoulder in the corner. Gargano with a chop.

Gargano and Dream exchange punches but Gargano gains the advantage. Gargano chokes Dream. Gargano with a neck breaker for a near fall. Gargano kicks Dream. Gargano with a chin lock while working over the arms. Gargano gets a near fall. Dream tries to get feeling back into his arm as he goes into the ropes. Gargano wraps the arm in the rope and the referee warns Gargano. Gargano stretches Dream in the ropes. Gargano with chops in the corner. Gargano misses a chop and Dream with punches. Gargano with an Irish whip that sends Dream over the top rope to the floor.

Gargano brings Dream around the ringside area and he chops Dream against the guardrails. Dream is sent back into the ring while Gargano celebrates on the floor. Dream with punches but Gargano punches back. Gargano with an abdominal stretch while holding the arm against Dream’s body. Dream with a punch after escaping. Dream with a spinebuster and both men are down. Dream punches Gargano but Gargano punches back. Dream with a double thrust and head butt followed by punches. Dream with a kick and another boot to the head. Dream clotheslines Gargano over the top rope to the floor.

Dream goes up top and hits a double sledge on the floor. They return to the ring and Gargano misses a kick. Gargano escapes the swinging DDT but Dream with a Fameasser. Dream with a punch and he puts Gargano on the turnbuckles. Dream with a punch and he goes up top. Dream sets for a Super Death Valley Driver but Gargano escapes and tries for a sunset flip power bomb but Dream holds on. Gargano with a super kick and Flatliner from the turnbuckles for a near fall. Dream with a punch and Gargano punches back.

Dream sends Gargano into the turnbuckles and they bump heads and go down. Dream goes to the apron on an Irisih whip. They both go to the apron and Gargano with a super kick but Dream with a punch when Gargano goes for a slingshot DDT. Dream gets Gargano up and Gargano goes into the ring and kicks Dream off the apron. Gargano with a suicide dive. Dream with a kick when Gargano goes for a slingshot spear. Dream with a swinging DDT for a near fall.

Dream goes up top for the elbow drop and misses it. Gargano with a super kick for a near fall. Gargano goes up top and Dream goes to the turnbuckles. Gargano with head butts to Dream. Dream with a punch and Gargano hangs on the turnbuckles. Dream goes to the turnbuckles for a super Death Valley Driver but Gargano with elbows. Dream hits the super Death Valley Driver and he gets a near fall. Dream goes to the turnbuckles for the elbow drop but Gargano rolls to the floor. Dream comes off the turnbuckles and Gargano with a super kick. Gargano sends Dream into the ring steps and suplexes Dream onto the ramp.

Dream is sent back into the ring and Gargano with a slingshot DDT but Dream kicks out. Gargano picks up Dream and hits a clothesline. Gargano with another clothesline. Dream with a super kick but Gargano bounces off the ropes and hits a clothesline. Gargano sets for a super kick and Dream tells him to bring it. Dream gets Gargano up but Gargano escapes and hits a super kick. Dream with a rolling Death Valley Driver and he rolls through for a second one and then goes up top for the elbow drop and the three count.

Winner: Velveteen Dream (new champion)

We go to credits.

NXT Preview for :February 20th,2019
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Johnny Gargano is sitting on top of the world. So far in 2019, the man once dubbed “Johnny Failure” has fulfilled his promise to focus on “wins and championships,” having defeated Ricochet for the NXT North American Title, and he and NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa upended Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival in a non-title match.

Yet, if Velveteen Dream has his way, Gargano’s world will crumble apart this Wednesday when Dream challenges the newly coined “Johnny Champion” for the North American crown in Gargano’s first North American Championship defense.

Dream earned the right to vie for any NXT, NXT UK or 205 Live title of his choice by winning the first-ever WWE Worlds Collide Tournament earlier this month. When decision time came around on Feb. 6, he let Gargano know face-to-face that he’s coming for the North American Championship. In announcing his choice, Velveteen Dream also wondered aloud about which Gargano will answer the call: the valiant Johnny Champion or the opportunistic “Johnny Jacka**.”

Regardless of which Gargano rises to the challenge, it’s safe to say this title duel is not to be missed.

Smackdown Live Results-February 19th,2019
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Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa are in the back and they are asked about their match last night on Raw and their hype going into tonight. Ciampa says they have made careers of defying expectations. He was not handed the title, he earned it. Johnny says it is crazy to think that they went to war against each other in this building and now they are together on Smackdown. They are going to show that they are the future.

Cesaro and Sheamus stop by and Cesaro says it is bring your NXT Superstar to Work Day. Cesaro says no one knows who you are or cares about you. He tells them to stay on NXT.

Ciampa says they are here to take over. Gargano says they are not here to set the bar, they are here to break the bar.

Sheamus and Cesaro laugh at Gargano and Ciampa and then walk away.

Match Number Two: Sheamus and Cesaro versus Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa

Sheamus and Ciampa start things off. They lock up and Sheamus backs Ciampa into the corner. Sheamus runs his forearm across the bridge of the nose on the break. Ciampa with a waist lock and Sheamus with an elbow. Ciampa with a kick to Sheamus and a boot to the temple. Sheamus goes to the floor. Cesaro tags in and he wants Gargano. Gargano tags in. Cesaro with a waist lock and he floats over onto Gargano. Cesaro with a wrist lock and Gargano with a reversal. Gargano wtih a head scissors and a rollup for a near fall. Cesaro with a European uppercut and Gargano goes down hard.

Sheamus tags in and he kicks Gargano from the apron. Ciampa makes the tag and Sheamus is sent to the floor. Ciampa clotheslines Cesaro over the top rope to the floor. Ciampa with a knee to Sheamus to knock him off the apron and Gargano with a suicide dive. Cesaro with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker to Ciampa after Cesaro catches Ciampa off the apron. Sheamus with a knee to Gargano as we go to commercial.

We are back and Cesaro with a reverse chin lock on Ciampa. Ciampa with a jaw breaker and a boot to Cesaro. Ciampa comes off the turnbuckles and is met with a European uppercut. Sheamus tags in and runs across Ciampa’s back to knock Gargano off the apron. Ciampa goes to the corner but Gargano is not in the corner to make the tag. Sheamus with a knee in the corner followed by forearms as Sheamus sets for a super Air Raid Crash. Ciampa with elbows to Sheamus to get out of the hold. Ciampa with a sunset flip power bomb but Sheamus lands on Ciampa’s leg.

Cesaro and Gargano tag in and Gargano with kicks and a head scissors that sends Cesaro to the floor. Gargano with a thrust kick to Cesaro and a cannonball onto Sheamus from the apron. Cesaro misses a knee into the ringside barrier. Gargano sends Cesaro into the apron with a head scissors. Gargano wtih a slingshot DDT but Cesaro kicks out. Gargano floats over in the corner and connects with a rolling kick. Gargano with a La Mistica and Gargano with the GargaNo Escape. Cesaro is able to pick Gargano up and hit a back breaker. Sheamus tags in and Cesaro with a back breaker and Sheamus with a knee to the chest but Ciampa breaks up the cover.

Ciampa is sent to the floor and Sheamus with a uranage back breaker for a near fall. Gargano with a super kick as Sheamus taunts him. Gargano gets a near fall. Cesaro tags in and Ciampa goes to the floor to avoid Cesaro. Gargano with a rollup for a near fall. Ciampa with the blind tag in and a rollup for the three count.

Winners: Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa

RAW Results-February 18th,2019
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We are back and Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa are in the back and they are stopped by Bobby Roode and Chad Gable. They congratulate them on their debut, but Bobby wonders why are they getting a match against the Revival. Chad says they are great and they won’t talk about how he beat them in NXT. You start from the bottom. Why do you have a match against The Revival.

Johnny says they have run NXT for two years and they are taking over.

Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder stop by and talk about how they came from the bottom.

Tommaso says they are here to make their reputation at The Revival’s expense.

Match Number Four: Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder versus Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano in a Non Title Match

Wilder and Gargano start things off and Wilder with a wrist lock into an arm bar. Gargano with a reversal into a drop toe hold and front face lock. Wilder tries to escape but Gargano holds on and gets a near fall. Ciampa tags in and he snap mares Wilder and connects with elbows to the upper chest.

We see Gable and Roode watching from the back while Ciampa sends Wilder into Gargano’s boots in the corner. Wilder runs Gargano into the turnbuckles and Dawson tags in and Dawson sends Gargano into the turnbuckles. Dawson with a chop and forearm. Dawson with a kick and chop. Gargano with chops and Dawson chops back and adds a European uppercut. Gargano floats over but Dawson with a shoulder tackle. Gargano with a head scissors and Dawson goes to the floor. Gargano kicks Wilder to the floor and Gargano with a suicide dive onto Dawson. Ciampa punches Wilder and Gargano with a super kick. Ciampa sends Wilder into the ring steps and he pats himself on the back.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Wilder with a reverse chin lock on Gargano. Wilder with an elbow and Dawson tags in. Gargano escapes a suplex attempt and hits a tornado DDT on Wilder while kicking Dawson. Ciampa tags in and he clotheslines Dawson and hits a double thrust. Ciampa with a kick and German suplex but he holds on and hits a second one. Ciampa back drops Wilder and hits a third German suplex. Ciampa with a running knee to the head for a near fall. Wilder makes the tag and he hits a European uppercut off the turnbuckles and Dawson with a German suplex and Wilder with a bridge for a near fall.

Dawson tags back in and Ciampa with forearms and slaps. Dawson with a punch and Wilder tags in. They go for Shatter Machine but Ciampa stops short and Gargano with a super kick to Dawson. Ciampa with a hip toss into the turnbuckles and Gargano tags in and hits a sllingshot DDT for a near fall. Dawson runs Ciampa into the ringside barrier. Gargano with a rolling kick to Dawson. Gargano with a series of near falls on Wilder.

Gargano is sent to the apron and Wilder with a knee when Gargano goes for the slingshot spear. Dawson tags in and they hit the Doomsday Bulldog but Ciampa breaks up the cover. CIampa sends Wilder to the floor but Dawson sends Ciampa to the floor. Dawson tries to suplex Gargano to the floor but Gargano gets to the apron and Gargano with an enzuigiri. Dawson with a punch but Gargano with a slingshot spear. Ciampa tags in and they set for the knee and super kick combination for the three count.

Winners: Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa

NXT Results-February 13th,2019
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We are back and Johnny Gargano says that his emotions got the best of him in 2018. Johnny says the only person who knows what is best for Johnny Gargano is Johnny Gargano. Johnny says he knows what his destiny is. It took a while to find out. Johnny says he will show the locker room how dangerous he can be. Then we see Johnny at the Royal Rumble and his return to Full Sail.

Next week, Johnny defends the NXT North American Championship next week against Velveteen Dream.

NXT Results-February 6th,2019
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North American Champion Johnny Gargano makes his way to the ring.

Garagano says he likes the sound of “Johnny Champion” and it feels so great to be standing here as NXT North American Champion. For years, we have been on this long and winding journey in NXT. Johnny says they deserve it. At Takeover, we were validated when he won this. He says he is your NXT North American Champion and he says Johnny Wrestling is back.

NXT Men’s Champion Tommaso Ciampa makes his way to the stage.

Tommaso says he is not out here to take from Johnny’s moment. He is here to celebrate his moment. At Takeover, you showed the entire world what he already knew. You know how to listen and you followed the champ’s lead. Look at you in the ring with the North American Championship while Ciampa has the NXT Championship. They own the world. This is everything we used to talk about. This is the dream we talked about when we were trying to get into NXT.

The sight of us standing side by side holding gold . . . we showed that this is our moment.

Johnny says no. There is no ‘our’ moment. The only reason he came out at the end of Takeover was to show you face to face that Johnny Gargano will never need Tommaso Ciampa.

Velveteen Dream’s music plays and he makes his way to the stage while Ciampa moves down the ramp.

Dream says this is cute. DIY, champions once again. Let us not forget that tonight is not about your moment or Gollum and his precious Goldie. It is not about Johnny Badass. It is about the man who stole the moment at Takeover just by showing up. Let us not forget that while you were putting the final touches on your fairy tale ending, he was winning the Worlds Collide tournament. Dream says he has earned an NXT Championship opportunity of his choosing and guess who he chooses.

Dream walks up to Ciampa and tells him to back up because he sees the lust in your eyes for the Dream. Do you want to share the spotlight with the Dream again? The Dream is over . . . you. Dream says he does not want Ciampa.

Dream walks into the ring and he says he wants Gargano.

Johnny asks Dream if he wants this. He says since Dream is so preoccupied with himself. While you were busy sitting in the crowd, Johnny was in the ring putting on another match of the year. He was winning the NXT North American Championship. The next night, he represented NXT in front of over 40,000 people in the Royal Rumble match. He is on top of the world and he is feeling a little dangerous. If you want to use your title opportunity on him, do it. Johnny says he wins.

Dream says he wants to know when they are face to face and it is Johnny Gargano versus Velveteen Dream, will it be Johnny Wrestling or Johnny Jackass?

Dream tells Gargano his time is short while Gargano leaves the ring. Gargano looks at Ciampa and Goldie and Ciampa goes to the back.

We go to commercial.

WWE NXT: Feb. 6, 2019 preview: Newly crowned Johnny Gargano kick...
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Johnny Gargano’s decision to make 2019 all about “wins and championships” paid off spectacularly at TakeOver: Phoenix, as he defeated Ricochet to become the new NXT North American Champion. This Wednesday, Johnny Wrestling’s victory lap rolls into Full Sail Live, where he will kick off this week’s edition of NXT.

What will Gargano have to say about his huge triumph against The One and Only and his plans as champion? Just as important, will the new NXT North American titleholder shed any light on his shocking decision to appear onstage and celebrate side-by-side with his best friend-turned-worst enemy-turned, well, it’s unclear, NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa at the close of TakeOver?

WWE NXT Preview, Jan. 30, 2019
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Following a hectic night of black-and-gold action, there is so much left to unpack in the wake of NXT TakeOver: Phoenix. For one, The Undisputed ERA were dealt a blow to their 2019 following The War Raiders’ raid of their NXT Tag Team Championship throne. The NXT Universe also witnessed the crowning of a new NXT North American Champion following Ricochet and Johnny Gargano’s high-stakes thriller, as well as the end to the black-and-gold brand’s famous un-de-fea-ted streak in the aftermath of Bianca Belair and Shayna Baszler’s hectic exchange for the NXT Women’s Title. Then, there’s Aleister Black and Tommaso Ciampa’s brutal battle for the NXT Championship, and the absolute chaos that followed it. As the ashes left after TakeOver: Phoenix continue to ember, be sure to catch the sparks and fallout from the incredible night, including exclusive post-match footage, when WWE NXT streams at 8/7 C, exclusively on WWE Network.

WWE Halftime Heat to stream live during The Big Game on Sunday, ...
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WWE Halftime Heat is back! For the first time in 20 years — and streaming live for the first time ever across all WWE digital platforms — WWE Halftime Heat will take place during halftime of this Sunday’s Big Game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams.

As revealed on the Royal Rumble Kickoff, the unprecedented event will feature a Six-Man Tag Team Match pitting Aleister Black, Ricochet & Velveteen Dream against NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa, newly crowned NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano & Adam Cole.

When it all goes down, WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels will be on hand to call the action as part of the announce team.

WWE Halftime Heat will be available to watch on the award-winning WWE Network, as well as on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

To help get ready for the huge six-Superstar melee, a marathon of some of NXT’s most epic matches of all time — featuring everyone from Finn Bálor and Sasha Banks to Asuka and The Undisputed ERA — will stream on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter starting at 2 p.m. ET this Sunday.

The event coincides with the 20-year anniversary of WWE’s inaugural Halftime Heat, which aired on Jan. 31, 1999. That night famously saw Mankind defeat The Rock to win his second WWE Championship in an Empty Arena Match that aired during halftime of that year’s game between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons.

Coming off the explosive aftermath of NXT TakeOver: Phoenix — in which Ciampa, Gargano, Cole, Black, Ricochet and Velveteen Dream brawled throughout the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix — the return of WWE Halftime Heat is guaranteed to be a can’t-miss event.

Royal Rumble Results-January 27th,2019
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30 Man Royal Rumble Match

Number one was Elias, who did his guitar and mic work.

Number two was WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett, who came out in his complete old 1990s Double J gimmick. The fact Jerry Lawler was calling this cracked me up. Jarrett did his old mic work. Elias said he gets interrupted all the time, but rarely through someone who has something to bring to the table. Elias said it is fate they are together. He suggested Jarrett do a duet with Elias. Jarrett asked if the crowd wanted a duet to kick off the Rumble. Phoenix was into it and chanted “Yes!” Elias said the people have spoken. Oh man, I hope Honkytonk Man is number 3.

He asked Jeff to spell his name. Jeff started but Elias nailed him. Elias stomped the heck out of him and complained he’s been compared to Jarrett his entire career. Jarrett made a comeback with a series of rights. Elias nailed him with the guitar and tossed Jarrett out.

Jeff Jarrett has been eliminated.

Number three was Shinsuke Nakamura, doing double duty. Elias went right after him but was nailed with a leaping kick. Nakamura looked good. Elias walked the ropes and nailed Nakamura. He clotheslined the United States Champion over the top but he landed on the apron.

Number four was WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle. He whipped out German suplexes on Elias and Nakaura. He tossed Elias over the top and stomped him. Elias returned to the ring and battled with Angle.

Number five was New Day’s Big E. He nailed Nakamura with a big overhead belly to belly suplex. He nailed a big splash on Nakamura. Angle and Elias battled in the corner. E sent Nakamura over the top but Kurt grabbed him for an Angleslam. Nakamura sent Angle into the ringpost shoulder-first. He sent Kurt over the top and drilled him with a knee to knock Angle off the apron to the floor.

Kurt Angle has been eliminated.

Number six was NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano. He nailed a rana on Elias and drilled Big E with a tornado DDT. He nailed a slingshot spear into the ring on Elias. The crowd chanted NXT. Everyone battled.

Number seven was Jinder Mahal. He was quickly dispatched by Gargano.

Jinder Mahal has been eliminated.

The Singhs tried to get involved but were beaten off by Elias and Big E. Gargano, Big E and Elias sized up Nakamura as the countdown for the next competitor came down.

Number eight was Samoa Joe, who was making his Rumble debut. The crowd chanted his name. He attacked everyone. Gargano tried to come off the ropes but Joe stepped out of the way. Big E went after Joe but Joe overpowered him and tossed E to the floor.

Big E has been eliminated.

Number nine was Curt Hawkins. He didn’t last long as Joe choked him out. Elias nailed Joe from behind. Hawkins rolled to the floor to catch his breath. He went underneath the ring like Zelina did earlier.

Number ten was Seth Rollins. He hit the ring and cleaned house on everyone. Elias was sent over the top and run into the ringpost. He held onto the post but Seth smashed his hands and Elias crashed to the floor.

Elias has been eliminated.

Number eleven was Titus O’Neill. He played up his entrance for laughs and made it to the ring without fail. Hawkins looked up at him from under the ring. Titus gave chase under the ring. He chased Hawkins into the ring but Hawkins ducked down and held the ropes. Titus crashed over the ropes to the floor. Joe then dumped Hawkins.’

Hawkins and O’Neill have been eliminated.

Number 12 was New Day’s Kofi Kingston. Everyone battled. Joe tried to toss Kofi, but he scrambled back into the ring. Joe drilled him with a knee. Rollins and Nakamura battled in a corner.

Number 13 was Mustafa Ali. He went right after Joe and nailed a Facebuster. Everyone battled. Ali and Nakamura battled. Ali dropkicked him off the ropes and Nakamura crashed to the floor.

Shinsuke Nakamura has been eliminated.

Ali nailed Gargano with a tornado DDT but was attacked by Joe.

Number 14 was Dean Ambrose. Seth was waiting for him and they brawled in the center of the ring. Ambrose knocked Kingston over the top and sent him to the floor. Kofi’s feet appeared to hit but they acted like they really hadn’t. He was able to roll himself over to the stairs and re-enter the ring.

Gargano was eliminated.

Number 15 was No Way Jose, who came out with a massive conga line. Jose hit the ring and was immediately clotheslined over the top to the floor. He danced all the way to the back with the conga line. Okaayyyy.

Number 16 was Drew McIntyre. He beat up Jose and a few members of the Conga Line. He then hit the ring and laid out everyone with the Claymore Kick until he found Samoa Joe. They brawled until Drew wiped him out with a Claymore Kick as well. Drew tried to toss Rollins over the top.

Number 17 was New Day’s Xavier Woods. Kofi was tossed but saved by Xavier, who got him back in. Drew then clotheslined them over the top to the floor.

Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston have been eliminated.

Number 18 was UK Champion Pete Dunne. I like it! Dunne starts laying waste to everyone with kicks and strikes. He goes after McIntyre and brings him to his knee manipulating his arm. He tried to toss Seth over the top but Rollins holds on. Dean tried to toss Dunne.

Number 19 was Andrade. He hit the ring and went right after Dunne and tried to toss him out. Andrade smashed Dunne, flipping him inside out. Everyone brawled.

Number 20 was Apollo Crews. Everyone battled. Drew was almost eliminated by Rollins.

Number 21 was Aleister Black, who got a big pop. Big NXT chant. Black worked over everyone until he came across Drew. They battled back and forth. Ali tried to hit a move off the ropes but Black kicked him out of the sky. Ambrose attacked him and drilled him with right hands. Black came back with a big kick that sent Dean over the top to the floor.

Ambrose eliminated.

Number 22 was Shelton Benjamin. Benjamin showed some good athleticism.

Ali tossed Joe, which treated like a big shock.

Samoa Joe has been eliminated.

Baron Corbin was number 23. Corbin nailed Deep Six on Ali and sent him over the top but he held on. Apollo was tossed over.

Apollo Crews has been eliminated.

Number 24 was Jeff Hardy, who got a big pop. He hit the ring and nailed the Cruncher legdrop on Black. He nailed a jawbreaker on Ali and the Twist of Fate on Benjamin. He was sent into the corner by Corbin but fought his way out and nailed a twisting moonsault into everyone. Dunne attacked Black’s fingers and nailed an enziguiri. Drew drilled Dunne with a big kick. Baron tossed Black out.

Aleister Black has been eliminated.

Pete Dunne grabbed Baron’s hand but Drew smashed him with the Claymore Kick and tossed him to the floor.

Pete Dunne has been eliminated.

Number 25 was Rey Mysterio. He nailed Corbin wth a kick and nailed a bodypress into the ring, only to be caught and driven down over Corbin’s knee with a backbreaker. Everyone battled. Andrade powerbombed Rey. Drew tried to eliminate Hardy. Rollins and Corbin battled.

Number 26 was Bobby Lashley. He went right after Seth and ended up eliminated almost immediately. He lost it and attacked Rollins and slammed him from one announcers’ table through another.

Number 27 was Braun Strowman. He battled with Corbin and sent him over the top to the floor.

Corbin is eliminated.

Strowman tossed Shelton Benjamin over the top to the floor. He was eliminated. Everyone battled.

Jeff Hardy was tossed over the top and has been eliminated.

Number 28 is Dolph Ziggler. Braun nailed Drew, which allowed Ziggler to superkick him. He then tossed Drew over the top.

Number 29 is Randy Orton. He tried to RKO Braun but Braun was too powerful and tossed him off. Braun went after Andrade who was trying to superplex Mustafa Ali. Andrade lifted him up while on Braun’s shoulder. Rey came off the top with a a bodypress on everyone. Orton smashed Braun into the ringpost and he went through the ropes. Orton rolled to the floor and was holding his arm as if it was injured.

Number 30 was R-Truth, who did his song..,,,until Nia Jax arttacked Truth and beat the hell out of him. Jax went to the ring to join the match!

Jax laid out everyone with clotheslines. She headbutt and eliminated Ali. Orton went to hit the RKO out of nowhere but she turned around. They faced off. He went for the RKO but she shoved him off and hit a big shoulderblock. They set him up for Rey to go for a 619 but she grabbed him and was going to toss him. Ziggler nailed her with a superkick. Rey nailed her with the 619. Randy nailed her with the RKO. Rey and Randy tossed her over the top. She landed on the apron, but Rey kicked her off.

Nia Jax has been eliminated.

Randy nailed Rey with the RKO and tossed him. Andrade tossed Orton.

Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton have been eliminated.

Ziggler and Andrade battled back and forth. Remember, Seth and Braun are still out on the floor. Strowman returned and blasted them. He smashed Andrade in the corner, then Ziggler. Rollins finally got to his feet but Braun saw him coming and laid him out on the floor. He tossed Seth back into the ring. Everyone began nailing their big moves on Braun, trying to take him down. Rollins went to the top and nailed a frog splash.

Andrade was eliminated. Braun clotheslined Ziggler and Strowman over the top. Ziggler was knocked off the apron and was eliminated.

Rollins was fought off by Strowman, who returned to the ring. Seth was picked up for a powerslam but Rollins, when he went over the top, grabbed a front guillotine and pulled him over the top. Braun was sent into the ringpost and then kicked off by Seth.

Your winner, Seth Rollins!