WWE NXT Results for 12/14/21 Bron Breakker vs. Roderick Strong, and Harland Makes In-Ring Debut

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- We see highlights from Johnny Gargano's farewell NXT speech from last week. We then see Grayson Waller appear outside the CWC, and fans are booing him heavily.

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Cameron Grimes vs. Duke Hudson

The bell rings, and Cameron Grimes takes Duke Hudson down with ease. Grimes smashes Hudson with a trash can lid. The crowd chants "you look stupid" to Duke Hudson, wearing his blonde wig and wrestling headgear. Hudson gets the advantage as he enters the ring and nails Grimes with a big German suplex.

The action goes outside of the ring; Hudson attempts to maintain the advantage as he goes for the Razor's Edge on Grimes; Grimes, however, escapes and sends Hudson into the barricade. The action returns to the ring; Grimes runs toward Hudson to hit him with a splash; however, Hudson catches Grimes and slams Grimes onto a chair. We head out for our first picture-in-picture commercial break of the evening.

Hudson controls the action during the entire break; Duke sets up a Poker Table in the ring. Grimes jumps over the Poker Table and takes Hudson down with a diving crossbody. Hudson goes for a quick roll-up pin, but Grimes kicks out. Grimes returns the favor and goes for a quick roll-up pin; however, Hudson kicks out.

Grimes hits Hudson with a superkick; Grimes goes for the Cave-In; however, Hudson counters the Cave-In and Hudson powerbomb's Grimes through the Poker Table. Hudson goes for the pin; however, Grimes kicks out. Hudson rolls out of the ring to find more foreign objects; he finds hair clippers. Grimes is back up, and he hits Hudson with the Poisonrana and finishes it off by drilling Hudson with the Cave-In and pinning him for the victory.

Winner: Cameron Grimes

- Cora Jade is getting interviewed, and she announces that she's cleared for action by NXT officials. Then, Dakota Kai appears, and Dakota tells Cora that Raquel Gonzalez is using her just like Raquel used her. But, Dakota says, "maybe they will go on and win The Dusty Cup or Tag-Team Championship's."

- We see Grayson Waller walking around backstage.

- We have a Brooks and Jensen vignette; they end up getting picked up by Kayden Carter and Kacy Catanzaro, and the four go to an outdoor concert.

- Grayson Waller is out for a promo, the crowd is chanting "asshole" to Waller. Waller starts running down Johnny Gargano, and Waller talks about how "he bet on himself." The crowd is now chanting, "shut the hell up." Waller has them show clips of what he did to Gargano after the cameras went off the air. Next, Waller shows reactionary tweets to what he did last week. Finally, Waller runs down Wade Barrett, who also sent a tweet referring to Waller and tells him that this is not 2010 and he does not care nor want his support.

- We see highlights from last week's episode of MSK meeting the Shaman Matt Riddle.

- Malcolm Bivens cuts a short promo talking about Diamond Mine taking care of business tonight. Ivy Nile and Roderick Strong both have matches tonight.

The new episode of Lashing Out with Lash Legend is interviewing Jacket Time. Lash asks Kushida and Ikemen Jiro what their secret is, and they say it is Strong Style. Jacket Time then calls out The Grizzled Young Veterans.

Amari Miller vs. Ivy Nile (w/ Malcolm Bivens)

The bell rings, and Ivy Nile takes Amari Miller with a quick headlock and takedown. Ivy Nile takes down Amari Miller and goes for a submission hold, and Miller escapes quickly. Ivy Nile continues to control the match with ease.

Miller gets three quick pin attempts, and Miller hits Nile with two heavy kicks and then a big dropkick. Nile is irritated, and she takes down Miller with a swift kick to the gut of Miller. Ivy Nile then locks in Miller for submission, and Miller has no choice but to submit.

Winner: Ivy Nile (w/ Malcolm Bivens)

- Xyon Quinn is backstage and gets asked about Legado Del Phantasma's Elektra Lopez; Quinn says he knows of his mistake and walks away. Robert Stone then wants to be interviewed and says that he demands respect. Next, we see Von Wagner come up and cut a promo, and Wagner says that he got his revenge last week, and we go to a commercial break.

- We get another promo MSK and Matt Riddle; Riddle tells MSK that they need to get rid of the things surrounding them, causing them to lose focus.

- Rap Artist Westside Gunn is shown in the crowd

Guru Raaj vs. Harland (w/ Joe Gacy)

Harland controls the match right away by taking Guru Raaj down; Harland then ends it quickly with a big. Finally, Harland pins Raaj, and it's over. After the match, Harland is asked by Gacy if he feels better, and Harland then attacks Raaj again.

Winner: Harland (w/ Joe Gacy)

- LA Knight is arriving at the facility, and he tells the camera that his battle with Grayson Waller is not over.

- Harland is shown throwing a security guard down the stairs. NXT referees are pleading for Harland and Joe Gacy to leave.

Cora Jade vs. Dakota Kai

Before the match, Mandy Rose appears, and she and Jade both exchange stares. Finally, the bell rings, and Cora Jade gains control; after a short while, Cora Jade sells her injured shoulder, and Dakota Kai works on Jade's shoulder. Mandy Rose, on commentary, says that Cora Jade needs a mentor, and maybe that could be her.

Kai continues to work on Jade's shoulder with numerous holds focusing on Cora Jade's shoulders. Jade sends Dakota Kai to the outside; Jade then hits Kai with a running knee strike. Next, Kai hits Jade with a backbreaker; Kai goes for a pin attempt, Jade kicks out at two. Dakota Kai gets frustrated, and Kai goes outside the ring to grab a shovel.

The referee pulls the shovel away from Kai, and Cora Jade goes for the quick roll-up pin and wins. After the match, Dakota Kai attacks Cora Jade. Raquel Gonzalez saves Cora Jade; Gonzalez and Kai continue their fight, but it goes off-screen. Toxic Attraction's music plays, and we see Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne walk out; Mandy Rose attacks Jade from behind. Toxic Attraction then leaves the ring with their music playing.

Winner: Cora Jade

- Grayson Waller is walking around backstage, and he gets confronted by Tiffany Stratton, but we do not see her face. Io Shirai then verbally attacks Waller, and we go to a commercial.

- We return from the commercial break, and we see Raquel Gonzalez and Dakota Kai fighting backstage.

Tony D'Angelo vs. Andre Chase

The bell rings, and Andre Chase gets in the face of Tony D'Angelo begins to talk down to him. D'Angelo takes Chase with ease and punishes him by throwing him down with a few slams and strikes. However, Chase makes a small comeback as he gets in some shots on D'Angelo.

Chase continues to control the match, and Chase has his students follow along with him as he stomps down on D'Angelo. Finally, Andre Chase takes down Tony D'Angelo with a Russian Leg Sweep. D'Angelo makes it back up, and he pulls Andre Chase's sweater over his head, and he starts hitting him with some stiff shots. Finally, D'Angelo wins it with the swinging neckbreaker.

After the match, Tony D'Angelo begins to cut a promo and is interrupted by Pete Dunne. Dunne says D'Angelo talks a lot for a man who has no leg to stand on. Dunne gets in the ring, and D'Angelo challenges a match for next week. Tony D'Angelo appears that he is going to walk away, but Dunne knows better and is ready for the attack.

Dunne snaps the fingers of D'Angelo and D'Angelo leaves the ring in pain. Dunne grabs the mouth guard that D'Angelo had taken away from him at NXT WarGames.

Winner: Tony D'Angelo

- Grayson Waller walks into the dressing room, and he attempts to shake hands with Bron Breakker; Breakker tells him to get lost, and he is no longer allowed to dress in the locker room.

Boa vs. Edris Enofe

The match begins, and we see Boa and Edris Enofe counter each other's moves and strikes. Finally, Boa gains control when he slams Enofe down hard. Solo Sikoa is watching the match backstage. Boa is hitting Enofe with multiple knees. Boa continues to punish Edris, ending it with a massive roundhouse kick.

Winner: Boa

- Raquel Gonzalez is backstage in the locker room, and she is throwing various objects around. She tells Dakota Kai that what is going on between them needs to end finally. So Raquel challenges Dakota Kai to a Street Fight match.

- We see Grayson Waller leaving in LA Knight's car after attacking him in the parking lot. He left with Tiffany Stratton, who was already in the car.

Jacket Time vs. Grizzled Young Veterans

Kushida and James Drake begin the match, Kushida takes control of the match quickly. Kushida tags in Ikemen Jiro; Jiro gets in a few strikes on Drake before he tags Kushida back in. Kushida gets another few shots in on Drake. Zach Gibson gets the blind tag, and he now controls the match for him and his team. Gibson tags Drake back in, and Drake is in control until Kushida tags Jiro for the hot tag.

Jiro comes in and takes out Drake with a German suplex; Jiro then hits Grizzled Young Veterans with a massive springboard back elbow. Kushida gets tagged back in, Kushida locks in the Hoverboard Lock. The Creed Brothers appear to attack Jacket Time, but their distraction cost Grizzled Young Veterans as Kushida and Jiro dive over the top rope and hit their opponents.

Kushida gets James Drake back into the ring and sets up Ikemen Jiro to finish the match and win. After the match, Grizzled Young Veterans are upset with The Creed Brothers for costing them the match. However, the Creed Brothers smile and are okay with the match.

Winners: Jacket Time

- We see Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams confronting Roderick Strong; Bivens hands Williams some artwork that Dexter Lumis made for Williams. Carmelo tells Trick not to worry about it as we take a commercial break.

We return from the break, and NXT announces that we will see Raquel Gonzalez vs. Dakota Kai next week in a Street Fight.

Roderick Strong (w/ Malcolm Bivens) vs. Bron Breakker

The bell rings with Bron Breakker sending Roderick Strong down. Strong gets up quickly and takes down Breakker himself. Breakker hits Strong with an excellent shoulder tackle. Breakker then hits Strong with a delayed suplex. We see Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams watching the match from a distance.

Roderick Strong slams Bron Breakker onto the commentary table. We go to our last picture-in-picture commercial break of the evening. The action is back in the ring, and he is stretching out Breakker; Breakker gets out of the submission hold; however, he gets met with a big dropkick. We return from the break, and commentary announces that we will get Pete Dunne vs. Tony D'Angelo and Trick Williams vs. Dexter Lumis on next week's episode of NXT.

Strong controls the match as he holds Breakker in the Boston Crab submission. Breakker gets out of the hold, powers through, and sends Strong to the outside. Strong is back inside the ring and goes for a big running knee, but Breakker is ready for it. Breakker hits Strong with a Frankensteiner out of nowhere. Strong hits Breakker with a spinning back elbow, but it does not do anything to Breakker. Strong hits Angle Slam; Strong goes for the cover; however, Breakker kicks out at two.

The action goes to the top turnbuckle with both men exchanging strikes. Roderick Strong hits Breakker with a superplex, and then Strong hits Breakker with a powerbomb. Strong goes for the pin; Breakker kicks out at two. Breakker hits Strong with a spinebuster, Breakker hits Strong with a powerslam and then pins him to victory. After the match, Tommaso Ciampa attacks Breakker, and we go off the air.

Winner: Bron Breakker

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