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WWE NXT No Mercy 2023 Results: What happened on the show?

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WWE NXT No Mercy 2023 took place tonight from the Mechanics Bank Arena in Bakersfield, California, but what actually happened on the show?

A number of decent bouts were confirmed for the card ahead of the night, including the NXT Women’s Championship match with Becky Lynch defending against Tiffany Stratton.

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WWE NXT No Mercy 2023 Results

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Here are the results:


Blair Davenport b. Kelani Jordan

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Main Card

Baron Corbin b. Bron Breakker – Corbin took what could be seen as a pretty shock in with the End of Days on Breakker!

WWE NXT North American Championship Match: Trick Williams b. Dominik Mysterio (c) – Williams took the win to become the NEW NA Champion!

NXT Tag Team Championship Match: The Family (c) b. Creed Brothers, OTM, Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza – D’Angelo took the win for his team after

NXT Heritage Cup Match: Noam Dar (c) b. Butch – Dar took the win after Gallus interfered and attacked Butch, retaining his title

NXT World Championship Match: Ilja Dragunov b. Carmelo Hayes (c) – Dragunov hit a Super H Bomb to take the win and become the NEW NXT Champion!

WWE NXT Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) b. Tiffany Stratton – Lynch took the win to RETAIN her title after hitting the Manhandle Slam on a pile of chairs

Fans in the United Kingdom can watch the card back on demand right now via WWE Network.

If you’re based in the United States, then you can do the same via Peacock, as the Network was removed from that region some time ago.

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