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WWE NXT Great American Bash 2023 Results: Everything from the show

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WWE NXT Great American Bash 2023 took place tonight from Texas, but what happened on the Premium Live Event ahead of SummerSlam?

A number of major matches were confirmed for the show in the weeks prior, including the main event that would see Carmelo Hayes defend his NXT Championship against Ilja Dragunov.

The NXT Women’s Championship was also on the line, with Tiffany Stratton defending against Thea Hail in a Submission match.

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WWE NXT Great American Bash 2023 Results

Here are the full results from the show:

Kickoff Show Match: Dragon Lee, Nathan Frazer, Yulisa León & Valentina Feroz b. The Meta-Four (Noam Dar, Oro Mensah, Jakara Jackson & Lash Legend)

WWE NXT Tag Team Championship Match: The Family (Tony D’Angelo & Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo) b. Gallus (Mark Coffey & Wolfgang) (c) – The Family took the win to crown NEW CHAMPS!

Weapons Wild Match: Roxanne Perez b. Blair Davenport – Perez took the win after hitting a Pop Rox on a stack of Chairs in the ring

Gable Steveson vs. Baron Corbin – The match ended in a double countout

WWE NXT North American Championship Match: Dominik Mysterio (c) b. Wes Lee vs. Mustafa Ali – Mysterio retained the title after a LOT of interference from Rhea Ripley and a Frog Splash to Wes Lee

WWE NXT Women’s Championship Submission Match: Tiffany Stratton (c) b. Thea Hail – Andre Chase threw the towel in the ring and forfeited on behalf of Hail to end the match

WWE NXT Championship Match: Carmelo Hayes (c) b. Ilja Dragunov – Carmelo hit the Nothin But Net on Ilja in a SENSATIONAL match!

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