NXT Stand And Deliver 2024 Results

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NXT Stand And Deliver 2024 Results

NXT Stand And Deliver 2024 Results

April 6, 2024 4:15 PM
NXT Stand And Deliver 2024 Results
WWE News

Wrestlelamia provides LIVE coverage for NXT Stand And Deliver 2024!

Refresh the page throughout the evening as Wrestlelamia provides live, ongoing coverage of NXT Stand And Deliver 2024, live from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The full card is listed below:

Carmelo Hayes vs. Trick Williams
NXT Championship: Ilja Dragunov vs. Tony D’Angelo
NXT Women’s Championship: Lyra Valkyria vs. Roxanne Perez

NXT North American Championship: Oba Femi vs. Dijak vs. Josh Briggs

NXT Tag Team Championships: Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker vs. Axiom and Nathan Frazer

Fallon Henley, Kelani Jordan, and Thea Hail vs. Izzy Dame, Jacy Jayne, and Kiana James

Joe Gacy vs. Shawn Spears (Kickoff Show)

NXT General Manager Ava informed senior referee Adrian Butler that Carmelo Hayes vs. Trick Williams must end with a definitive winner.

Pretty Deadly starred in a pre-taped vignette running down the line-up for WrestleMania 40’s Undisputed Tag Team Championships Ladder Match, seemingly staking their claim as the next-in-line for a championship opportunity.

Ridge Holland, who joined Megan Morant and Sam Roberts on the Kickoff panel, had to be held back while Shawn Spears made his entrance.

Joe Gacy def. Shawn Spears by Pinfall (Kickoff Show)

Despite being struck in the back with a steel chair while making his entrance by Ridge Holland, Joe Gacy came into this match hot, performing a suicide dive on Shawn Spears from the offset. Keeping the match evenly fought for the duration with a series of duelling strikes, slams, and finisher attempts, it was an Upside Down lariat that sealed the fate in Gacy’s favour, having countered three attempts at the C4.

Meta-Four, the afternoon’s hosts, welcomed fans to Stand And Deliver after airing a compilation video package of various skits highlighting the event’s card.

NXT Tag Team Championships: The Wolf Dogs (Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker) def. Axiom and Nathan Frazer by Pinfall to retain the NXT Tag Team Championships

Opening the show with a brisk pace, Axiom and Nathan Frazer took the fight to the defending champions with a plethora of ringside dives before the bell sounded, with Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker relying on hard-hitting slams and bulldozing strikes to remain on top. A missed Breakker Spear saw him collide with the steel steps before, ultimately, he returned to the ring, Spearing Nathan Frazer halfway across the ring to secure the winning pinfall. The Wolf Dogs’ reign continues at 53 days.

Oba Femi unknowingly slammed a door in Oro Mensah’s face as he attempted to gain an interview with the NXT North American Champion.

Sonic The Hedgehog staple Knuckles was shown standing behind the commentary desk, with the forthcoming six-part namesake series sponsoring the NXT North American Championship match.

NXT North American Championship: Oba Femi def. Dijak and Josh Briggs by Pinfall to retain the NXT North American Championship

In a match that featured the barricade being broken, the referee being pulled from the ring, and a six-foot-seven man flying through the air, Oba Femi, Dijak, and Josh Briggs re-cemented the NXT North American Championship’s status as the brand’s workhorse title. Dijak came within reach of lifting his first taste of WWE gold, hitting Feast Your Eyes twice on defending champion Oba before Briggs yanked the referee before a three could be counted. Again coming close to crowning a new champion after another Feast Your Eyes on Josh, it would be Oba Femi retaining his title, Powerbombing Dijak onto Josh Briggs to conclude a powerhouse showdown. Oba Femi’s reign continues at 88 days.

Thea Hail applied a Hammerlock on Noam Dar as Meta-Four attempted to interview Hail, Fallon Henley, and Kelani Jordan backstage.

Fallon Henley, Kelani Jordan, and Thea Hail def. Izzi Dame, Jacy Jayne, and Kiana James by Submission

With the babyface trio ambushed while making their way into the ring, Jacy Jayne, Kiana James, and Izzi Dame held a consistent match-long advantage, assisted by Jayne pulling Chase U’s Riley Osbourne in front of a Thea Hail plancha. Hail ultimately got her hands on Jayne, brief as it may have been, before forcing Izzi Dame to submit to a Kimura Lock.

A mysterious vignette, highlighting a Friedrich Nietzsche quote.

NXT General Manager Ava announced the NXT Women’s North American Championship is coming soon.

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NXT Women’s Championship: Roxanne Perez def. Lyra Valkyria by Submission to win the NXT Women’s Championship

Focusing on her foe’s injured left elbow allowed Roxanne Perez to dominate her NXT Women’s Championship quest, with Lyra Valkyria only holding the advantage for brief flurries. A Tatum Paxley run-in ended with she and Lyra colliding at ringside before, back in the ring, a second Pop Rocks and subsequent Crossface gave Roxanne her second run as NXT Women’s Champion. Lyra Valkyria’s reign ends at 165 days.

NXT Championship: Ilja Dragunov def. Tony D’Angelo by Pinfall to retain the NXT Championship

In what was a highly personal affair, Tony D’Angelo came close to cinching the NXT Championship for The Family, keeping Ilja Dragunov grounded for a portion of the contest. Refusing to take a pair of brass knuckles from Channing ‘Stacks’ Lorenzo appeared to be his downfall, though, with a Torpedo Moscow and a series of H-Bombs - including one that sent him through the announce table - ending his night on a losing note. Ilja Dragunov’s reign continues at 189 days.

Tatum Paxley attempted to console Lyra Valkyria backstage, but was shut down.

A vignette aired, confirming NXT Level Up standout Je’Von Evans will be appearing on Tuesday’s (April 6) NXT

Meta-Four announced the Stand And Deliver attendance as 16,545, the largest crowd in NXT history.

Trick Williams def. Carmelo Hayes by Pinfall

Being dubbed one of the biggest matches in NXT history, Carmelo Hayes vs. Trick Williams lived up to the hype with a highly emotional showdown that saw Trick get some retribution on his former friend, wailing away at him with a steel chair before being struck below the belt. A Nothing But Net from Hayes failed to put Williams away, with Trick ultimately getting the three count with the Trick Knee to end the show with his own Stand And Deliver moment.