Here's your post-NXT/AEW fight-size update for January 29, 2020:
- Malcolm Bivens made his debut in a dark segment, introducing Bivens Enterprises.
Scoop #4: Malcolm Bivens craps on Full Sail and says he’s looking for the top stars to join Bivens Enterprises— Jacob Cohen (@MrJacobCohen) January 30, 2020
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- In the video at the top of the page, Tommaso Ciampa signs the contract to face Adam Cole in Portland, in his own blood.
- Chelsea Green & Robert Stone got their brand off to a losing start as Green was defeated by Kayden Carter.
- Grizzled Young Veterans lost to Matt Riddle & Pete Dunne in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic finals, meaning Dunne & Riddle will challenge Undisputed ERA at NXT TakeOver: Portland on 2/16.
- Tegan Nox defeated Dakota Kai.
- Dominik Dijakovic defeated Damian Priest sending a strong message to new North American Champion, Keith Lee.
- After defeating Ilja Dragunov at Worlds Collide, Finn Balor took out Trent Seven.
- In women's action, Shotzi Blackheart defeated Deonna Purrazzo.
- For full results of NXT, click here.
- Arn Anderson was ejected from ringside during Cody's match with Kip Sabian, but he would have a Coach's Corner segment on Twitter.
- Kenny Omega & Hangman Page saved The Young Bucks from a beat down. Hangman gave new meaning to the phrase "hold my beer."
- Later, Page would continue to antagonize Matt & Nick Jackson.
- SCU paid tribute to Kobe Bryant tonight with their gear.
- Britt Baker shifted her ire this week to Jim Ross, antagonizing his recent flubs on commentary,
- Click here for full AEW Dark Spoilers from Cleveland.
- Several matches are set for next week's episode of Dynamite in Huntsville.
- For full results of Dynamite, click here.