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WWE NXT Results: What happened on the show? (12/09/23)

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The world of professional wrestling was abuzz with excitement following the latest episode of WWE NXT that aired live on the USA Network on 12th September 2023.

Fans were treated to a series of thrilling matches and unexpected outcomes. Let’s dive into the highlights of the night.

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Becky Lynch Claims the WWE NXT Women’s Championship

In a match that had fans on the edge of their seats, Becky Lynch faced off against Tiffany Stratton for the coveted NXT Women’s Championship.

Demonstrating her prowess and determination, Lynch emerged victorious, securing the title and adding another feather to her already illustrious cap.

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Ilja Dragunov Becomes the No. 1 Contender

The NXT Championship No. 1 Contenders Match was another spectacle to behold. Ilja Dragunov and Wes Lee clashed in the ring, with Dragunov proving his mettle by defeating Lee.

This victory positions Dragunov as the next challenger for the NXT Championship, setting the stage for an electrifying future bout.

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Six-Man Tag Team Match Delivers Action

The six-man tag team match was a showcase of teamwork and strategy. The trio of Damon Kemp, Charlie Dempsey, and Drew Gulak squared off against Myles Borne, Brooks Jensen, and Josh Briggs.

After a series of high-octane moves and near falls, Kemp, Dempsey, and Gulak secured the win, further establishing their dominance in the tag team division.

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Other Noteworthy Matches

  • Lyra Valkyria showcased her skills and determination by defeating Dana Brooke in a one-on-one contest.
  • The Global Heritage International Tournament saw some intense action. In Group A, Tyler Bate triumphed over Axiom, while The Creed Brothers bested Edris Enofe and Malik Blade. Meanwhile, in Group B, Nathan Fraizer emerged victorious against Akira Tozawa.

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