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Austin Jenkins (born July 5, 1989), is an American professional wrestlersigned to WWE, where he performs in NXT under the ring name Adam Cole. He is known for his work in Ring of Honor (ROH). When he performed for ROH, he became a three-time ROH World Champion, and was the first wrestler to achieve this feat. In addition, he is a one-time ROH World Television Champion. He is also known for his time in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW).» Continue Reading

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NXT Results-April 18th,2018
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We go to commercial.

We are back and Undisputed Era are getting ready for a photo shoot. Cole says he didn’t think they would look this good with championship gold. They will appear on next week’s NXT.

Adam Cole will defend the NXT North American Title against Oney Lorcan.

NXT Takeover Results-April 7th,2018
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NXT North American Championship Ladder Match: EC3 vs Killian Dain vs Lars Sullivan vs Adam Cole vs Velveteen Dream vs Ricochet

They all start brawling to kick things off as the crowd chants this is awesome. EC3 ducked out of the ring early to avoid the brawl. We see Lars and Dain left in the ring with EC3 talking trash. They went after him. Ricochet hit a dive off the top rope to the floor taking out Dain and Lars. Ricochet grabbed a ladder and climbed it in the ring but Dream cut him off with an uppercut. Ricochet attacked him from behind. Ricochet hit a hurricanrana then a drop kick. Dream knocked him off the top rope and climbed the ladder. Cole pulled him off and hit a series of forearms. Cole caught Dain with a kick then hit a neck breaker to Dream. EC3 hit a jawbreaker to Cole then knocked Lars off the apron. EC3 with a splash in the corner then a neck breaker. Lars hit a clothesline to EC3 then a powerslam to Cole and one to EC3. Dain sent Lars to the floor and hit a suicide dive to take out the big man. Dain with a clothesline to Dream then Cole hit a big boot to Dain. Everyone brawls in the ring until Lars tossed a ladder at them. Lars hit Dain with a ladder as well as everyone else. One man wrecking machine. Lars with a press slam to Dream onto a ladder. Ricochet with Dream and EC3 hit a powerbomb to Lars. Cole was on the ladder and went for the title but Dain stopped him. Dain back dropped Ricochet onto a ladder in the corner. Cole drop kicked Dain and EC3 with a face buster to Dain off the ladder. Cole and EC3 used the ladder to Lars in the corner. Cole set up a ladder between the ring and announce table and they sent Dain into chest first. EC3 mocked Cole’s taunt and Cole sent EC3 crashing onto a ladder. Cole to Dream, Dain, Lars, and EC3 and Ricochet. Cole stood tall. Cole climbed the ladder but Lars pushed him off and sent him crashing. Dream took out Lars with the ladder. Dream with an elbow drop to Dain and Cole off the top rope. Lars squashed Dream up in the corner with the ladder but Dream came back and hit him with the ladder. Dream hit an elbow drop off the top rope onto Lars. EC3 powerbombed Dream off a ladder onto another one. EC3 hit a TKO off the ladder to Cole. Dain with a big boot to EC3. Dain hit a stiff powerslam to EC3 and crushed him with a ladder by hitting a back senton. Dain hit a Vader Bomb off the middle rope to EC3 while having Cole on his back. Ricochet with a kick to Lars and Dain. Lars caught him and tossed him across the ring. Dain did the same thing to Ricochet. Lars and Dain slugged it out in the ring. Lars climbed the ladder but Ricochet stopped him with a head kick. Ricochet got on the ladder but Ricochet turned it over and Ricochet hit a moonsault off the ladder onto Dain and Cole who were outside of the ring. Insane spot. Ricochet with a kick to EC3 and hit a shooting star press on the ladder. Dream with a stiff shot to Ricochet then Ricochet landed one back to him. Dream set up a ladder in between another ladder and the turnbuckle, placed Ricochet on it and climbed it. Ricochet got back up and they battle on the ladder. Dream hit a death valley driver to Ricochet on the ladder while standing on it. Lars placed Dream on another ladder outside of the ring and chokeslammed EC3 onto Dream through the ladder. Dain put Ricochet another ladder and hit his finisher to Cole onto Ricochet through the ladder. Lars and Dain climbed the ladder and began to brawl. EC3 hit both men with a ladder then set it up next to them. Cole joined in and all started to battle it out. Dream joined in and set it up. Ricochet came in as well. Cole hit a neck breaker to EC3. Ricochet hit one to Dream and almost broke him in half. Lars with a chokeslam to Dain. Lars was bleeding from his face and climbed the ladder but Ricochet hit a spring board jump to Lars that knocked them over. Ricochet had his hands on the ladder but Cole knocked him off and grabbed the title!

Winner: Cole – first-ever champion.

NXT Tag Team Championship And Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Winners: Roderick Strong & WWE UK Champion Pete Dunne vs. The Authors of Pain vs. The Undisputed Era (c)

They all start brawling to begin the match. AOP stood tall through all of the hectic spots. AOP hit a neck breaker powerbomb for 2. They clear one of the announce tables and powerbomb Cole through it. A botched spot. O’Reilly hit Akam with a running knee then a big boot to Rezar. O’Reilly with a knee strike to Strong but Dunne went for a double wrist lock. O’Reilly got out of it with some kicks and knees. Strong with a chop then a back breaker. Strong with a knee strike to Akam and one to Rezar. O’Reilly with a triangle choke to Strong but Rezar broke it up. Akam hit a powerbomb to Dunne onto O’Reilly. Rezar with a series of knees to Strong then a side/neck choke. Rezar with a suplex to Strong. O’Reilly jumped in but Rezar knocked him down with a german suplex that sent him to the floor. AOP beat down Strong for a few minutes. Akam took out O’Reilly. Strong with a series of head kicks to Akam then tagged in Dunne, who hit a series of strikes to Rezar. Dune blocked a german suplex and hit O’Reilly with a kick. Rezar went for a powerslam but Dunne counter it into a DDT. O’Reilly and Dunne exchanged right hands in the ring. Akam took both of them out with a double clothesline. AOP hit a double powerbomb to O’Reilly and Dunne. AOP with their double team finisher to O’Reilly for 2 as Strong broke it up. Akam tossed Strong out of the ring. Akam tossed Strong into Dunne then Strong with a knee strike and a angle slam to Akam for 2. Dune with a double foot stomp to O’Reilly. Strong with a knee strike and they hit a double head kick for 2 as Rezar saved his partner. Strong sent Rezar into the steel steps. Dune with a head kick to O’Reilly then hit the Bitter End and covered him for 2. Strong broke it up and hit his finisher to Dunne. Strong put O’Reilly on top of Dunne and that’s the finish.

Winners: Cole and O’Reilly – still champs!

After the match, Strong put on the Undisputed Era’s armband and completed the heel turn by joining the group.

Adam Cole: I want to have the biggest personality in the room an...
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Before Adam Cole heads to the Smoothie King Center for NXT TakeOver: New Orleans, this Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on WWE Network, I chatted with him about how much he’s learned during his time in NXT, what makes the NXT crowds special and what it was like to meet Shawn Michaels.

About a year ago you said that if you made the jump to WWE that you would want to start off in NXT as opposed to going right to the main roster, flash forward to now and you’re an established star in NXT. Is this part of your journey everything you thought it would be?

“Yeah for sure. When I come into a situation, especially like this one in NXT, my goal is to get to perform in front of these fans, to get to wrestle with these guys, who are in my opinion, some of the best wrestlers in the entire world. I felt like I could fit really well in this environment and I think I have. To get the chance to do what I’ve done here so far has been a total blast and so much fun.

But at the same time it’s exceeded my expectations in many ways. I’ve gotten to do things in NXT, and even WWE, that I didn’t imagine I would get the chance to do. Very happy with the journey so far.”

In what ways have you grown as a performer since coming to WWE?

“There’s just such a better understanding of who I am actually as a performer. You fall kind of into … I don’t want to say a routine because you’re always trying to improve and get better, but when you wrestle for certain organizations time-and-time again, you kind of fall into this routine of performing a certain way and having matches a certain way. Also, after a while you’ve wrestled everyone over-and-over again.

Getting to come here and getting to wrestle a bunch of new talent, some guys I’ve met before and some guys that I’ve never met before. It puts you in a situation where you learn to adapt and change, whether it be character wise, things that you do in the ring. It just gives you new challenges.

I’m teaming a lot more with Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly, so that throws me into a different situation as far as learning to wrestle as part of a team as opposed to working solo most of the time.

Also the fans, I’ve noticed in each and every promotion, even though there are a lot of similarities in many different ways, NXT is a totally different animal.

Overall, adapting has been the biggest growing point for me.”

Interesting, in what ways are the NXT crowds different from the other promotions you’ve worked for.

“The NXT fans to me are in love and so infatuated with the characters. So to me when you see a guy like Velveteen Dream or No Way Jose and the way that they’re so invested in them as performers, not even necessarily with what they’re doing between the ropes, but in their entrances.

I feel the connection with the audience is just so much greater than anything I’ve felt before. It’s pretty incredible, especially when you’re at TakeOver events.”

When I watch the backstage segments with you, Kyle, and Bobby, they come off like old school nWo style promos. Obviously the music playing in the background, which sounds like a new age nWo theme, and the camera angles help, but it’s the natural chemistry you guys have on camera because it seems like you’re just having fun and being yourselves on camera. I would imagine it has to be awesome to just bounce off of each other while filming those.

“Oh man yeah, it’s so much fun. I think that’s exactly why it comes off that way. Me, Bobby, and Kyle are as close as it gets. That’s not just a performance. I’ve known Kyle O’Reilly since 2009 and I was in his wedding. I’ve known Bobby Fish for years and years, we used to travel together all of the time. We talk every single day.

So when we’re there and we’re talking in front of the camera, that’s just us having a good time and I think that’s a big reason why the group works so well. It’s very natural because it’s very real. So I think in turn how we project ourselves comes off as fun because we are genuinely having a great time together.”

Speaking of coming off natural, you come off so natural on the microphone. I talked with Ronda [Rousey] this week about where she’s at in terms of speed while talking in front of the live audience and then I asked Roman [Reigns] about it and he talked about how he was able to process the idea of taking his time to make sure he stopped rushing through his material.

Is the speaking part of the business something that you were able to gravitate towards and get comfortable with quickly?

“I think so. There is a constant growth process. I think that’s why I love this job so much. There’s no such thing as completely perfecting every area of it, you’re always trying to get better at it.

For me, I picked up the promo aspect of pro wrestling much faster than the actual wrestling part of it. I was always fairly athletic and I could do things even from the beginning of my career, when I was 18 and 19 years old. I was always the guy who could always string words together and found what I was saying to be actually believable however I was trying to come across, whether that be somewhat likeable or somewhat of a jerk.

I don’t know why that is, but I remember as a kid just being so fascinated by guys who were good talkers. Even in movies. I used to love the way James Bond villains would act and how cool they came across and how awful they seemed, but what they were saying was so believable.

I’ve always been fascinated by guys, especially bad guys, who were able to talk a certain way, tell stories with their words and just paint this beautiful picture for that you just completely rode along with. I’ve focused a fair amount of time on making sure that promos were something I really focused on.”

Your in-ring style is very interesting to me. You’re a smaller guy, but you work a style that is similar to a lot of bigger guys and it’s because of this slower pace that the spots actually mean something, especially when you build up to the climax of a match. Is that a pace that you’ve always had, or was there a certain point where you were like, OK I need to slow down now and figure out what works for me?

“That was something I developed over time. When I first started, I was definitely a guy that was doing every move under the sun and I was going a million miles an hour and just trying to wow the fans as much as I could. I thought that was the way to get them invested in me. Don’t get me wrong, that style is very impressive, but I on purpose work a certain style. It’s very important for me to do that.

It’s obvious that I’m not the biggest guy in the world, but I want to have the biggest personality in the room and part of that personality isn’t just on the microphone. That’s the way I have to project myself in the ring as well.

All of my favorites in this business really took their time. They made everything they did mean something. Every movement they made had a purpose and that’s the type of performer I’m most comfortable being and that’s the type of performer I want to be too.”

There are so many performers doing unbelievable things we’ve never seen before on what feels like a weekly basis now, but after 20, 30 minutes go by and the match ends, I’ve seen so many big spots that it just feels like a blur, where as your matches build up to a few big spots that are easy to remember.

For instance, I watched your match with AJ [Styles] in Ring of Honor recently and you guys worked such a slower pace, but it built up to a huge finishing spot that is going to stick with the viewer. When I come across a match like that one it just feels so different in comparison to a lot of the matches we’re seeing nowadays.

“Sure, sure. You bring up AJ and he’s the king of that. AJ is a guy that can do anything under the sun. He’s one of the most athletically gifted guys there is, but AJ is able to place his stuff and put it in situations where he has the fans completely in the palm of his hand.

He knows he can do anything, but he knows that the biggest reaction he’s going to get from the audience is working a certain style and taking them on this ride by building a story within the match.

Doing a million things is very impressive, but if you forget 90 percent of it, it’s kind of a shame.”

How many times has someone come up to you at the Performance Center and said you look like Shawn Michaels?

“(Laughs) More times than I can count. Whether that be at the Performance Center, whether that be fans. I think I get at least five or six tweets a week about how I look like Shawn Michaels. To me it’s just a giant compliment.”

Has he said that to you?

“Yeah! When we first met he said, ‘A lot of people tell me that you and I look alike and now that I met ya I see what they mean.”

Who is somebody in NXT that you haven’t had the opportunity to work with yet that you’re looking forward to getting in the ring with?

“I’ll tell you what, I would love the chance to have any sort of a program with Velveteen Dream. I think that guy has so much potential. He’s so good now. His understanding of the industry for his age is unbelievable. His natural talent is the same. I watch him, I’m captivated by what he does, so to get the chance to be in there with him in some capacity would be great.”

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NXT Results & Media -April 4th,2018
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they lock up. Rezar with knees and a front face lock as we go to commercial.

We are back and Akam tags in and he punches Dunne while Rezar holds Dunne. Dunne with punches but Akam with kicks. Akam with punches to Dunne and he applies a head lock while trapping the arm. Dunne gets to the ropes and he chops Akam. Dunne with punches but Akam sends him into the corner and connects with kicks. Rezar tags in and he kicks Dunne. Rezar with a forearm to the back followed by a kick for a near fall. Rezar with a knee to send Dunne to the mat. Akam tags in and he kicks Dunne and gets a near fall.

Rezar tags back in and Dunne with punches but Akam with a boot off the turnbuckles as Rezar hits a side slam and Rezar gets a near fall. Rezar with punches and he gets a near fall. Rezar with punches and he tags Akam back in. Akam with a kick to the head. Akam with another kick to the head. Akam looks at Strong and that allows Dunne to go to the hand and pull at the fingers. Dunne with kicks to the head but Akam keeps Dunne from making the tag.

Dunne with a flatline and Strong tags in. Strong with forearms to Rezar. Strong kicks Akam off the apron and then kicks Rezar. Strong with a series of running forearms but Rezar stays on his feet. Strong with a drop kick to send Rezar to the mat. Strong with a baseball slide to Akam. Strong with a running knee followed by an Olympic Slam for a near fall. Strong with a running knee into the corner and Dunne tags in. Strong with a running forearm followed by a running enzuigiri from Dunne. Dunne with a double stomp for a near fall.

Dunne with a boot to the head and he applies a triangle but Rezar picks Dunne up and Akam tags in and they hit a neck breaker and power bomb combination but Strong breaks up the cover. Rezar goes over the top rope when Strong ducks down. Strong makes the tag and Dunne with an enzuigiri followed by a Bitter End and Cloud 9 for a near fall. Strong with a jumping knee and Dunne with an enzugiiri to Akam and Rezar. Akam and Rezar with clotheslines to Dunne and Strong and all four men are down.

Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly go to the ring and attack all four men and the referee calls for the bell.

Cole and Kyle attack Akam and Rezar and send them to the floor. Then they attack Dunne and Strong.

Cole and O’Reilly back up the ramp and William Regal’s music plays.

William says that is very smart. Due to Bobby Fish’s injury you think that if there is no winner, you won’t have to defend the tag titles at Takeover. That is not smart enough. At Takeover, it will be Undisputed Era versus Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne versus the Authors of Pain for the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Cup and the winner will be the NXT Tag Team Champions.

We have a video package for the North American Title Match.

Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly stop William Regal to complain about Adam having to wrestle twice. Regal says they have three options. Cole can wrestle twice, Kyle can wrestle on his own, or Adam can withdraw from the ladder match and wrestle with Kyle for the tag titles.

Match Number Three: Lars Sullivan versus Killian Dain

They lock up and Dain with a forearm on the break. They lock up again to a stalemate. Dain with a punch and Sullivan punches back. They both connect with forearms. They connect with European uppercuts and Dain with a bicycle kick to send Sullivan to the floor. Sullivan sends Dain into the apron as we go to commercial.

We are back and Sullivan with a crossface and then he works on the neck. Sullivan with more crossfaces. Sullivan with a vice on the neck as Dain gets back to his feet and he punches Sullivan. Sullivan with a knee and he gets Dain up but Dain with elbows to get Sullivan to release the hold. Dain with forearms and Sullivan misses a clothesline. Dain gets Sullivan up on the shoulders and he hits the Belfast Blitz. Dain goes for the Vader Bomb but Sullivan gets his knees up.

Sullivan with a short arm clothesline. Sullivan goes to the apron and turnbuckles but Dain stops Sullivan. Dain with a forearm and he climbs the turnbuckles. They exchange forearms and both men fall off the turnbuckles and hit the apron as they hit the floor.

Velveteen Dream comes to the ring and he climbs up top and Adam Cole makes his way to the ring and Dream goes to the mat and he stands in front of Cole for an Adam Cole Bay Bay. Dream poses and then EC3 makes his way to the ring.

Dain gets on the apron and so does Sullivan. All five men are in the ring and Ricochet’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring.

Ricochet comes into the ring and does a springboard into the superhero landing..

NXT North American Championship Six-Man Ladder Match
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History will be made at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans when six of the black-and-yellow brand’s most riveting Superstars, including two acclaimed newcomers, vie to become the first-ever NXT North American Champion in an every-man-for-himself Ladder Match.

The lineup for the inaugural NXT North American Title bout is nothing short of jaw-dropping. Featuring Adam Cole, Velveteen Dream, Killian Dain, Lars Sullivan and new NXT Superstars EC3 and Ricochet, the star-studded field underscores NXT General Manager William Regal’s promise that the new title would be contested for by the globe’s most elite competitors. It also brings into conflict six uniquely gifted Superstars in an utterly dangerous environment, where the only way to win is by scaling the ladder and retrieving the championship from high above the ring.

As the irreverent leader of Undisputed ERA, Cole has shaken the system of NXT since the triumvirate formed last year, but The Panama City Playboy has yet to win a title between the yellow ropes. The same is true of Velveteen Dream, who is coming off one of the most successful rookie years in recent memory. Could either controversial Superstar snare his first NXT championship in New Orleans?

With The Freak and The Beast of Belfast in the mix, the NXT North American Title Ladder Match has no shortage of raw hoss power. How will Sullivan’s rage-fueled brawn and Dain’s full-force attack be amplified by the presence of steel ladders?

Rounding out the incredible lineup are arguably the match’s two biggest X-factors, EC3 and Ricochet. EC3, the self-proclaimed “Top One Percent,” has the power and moxie to go the distance in his first match in WWE in five years, while Ricochet, a world-renowned high-flyer who possesses one of sports-entertainment’s most innovative arsenals, will look to soar to new heights in his TakeOver debut.

The stakes are momentous, yet so are the risks. Which Superstar will overcome the pack and climb into the history books? Watch the crowning of the first NXT North American Champion when TakeOver: New Orleans streams live on Saturday, April 7, at 8 ET/5 PT, only on the award-winning WWE Network.

NXT Results & Media-March 21st,2018
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Adam Cole was with Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish. Cole talks about Roderick Strong being added to the tournament. Kyle says that Roddy does not belong in the Dusty Classic and he isn’t even a tag team guy. They wonder who would team with Roddy. Bobby says winning the Dusty Classic signs you up to face the baddest team on the planet. Cole talks about facing Kassius Ohno and how it will be a walk in the park. He tells Bobby and Kyle to watch from the locker room tonight. Cole says that is undisputed.

Match Number Three: Adam Cole versus Kassius Ohno

They lock up and Cole with a wrist lock. Ohno with a reversal and hip lock take down. Ohno picks Cole up and then lifts him in the air by the wrist and takes Cole back to the mat. Cole with a knee to the midsection and a kick to the head. Cole with a forearm and knee to the midsection. Cole with a shoulder tackle bay bay. Cole goes for a leap frog and Ohno with a boot to the chest. Ohno with a back senton. Ohno with a chop but Cole with a jaw breaker. Cole is sent to the apron and he lands hard on the apron and appears to have hurt his knee. The referee checks on him and returns to the ring.

Ohno grabs Cole by the hair and Cole is okay as he hits an enzuigiri. Cole returns to the ring and he punches Ohno. We go to commercial.

We are back and Cole kicks Ohno. Cole with an uppercut and boot to the head for a near fall. Cole with a neck breaker for a near fall. Cole with a kick to the back of the leg. Cole with more kicks to Ohno and he applies a rear chin lock. Cole takes Ohno to the mat and puts his knee in Ohno’s back. Cole with a lungblower for a near fall. Cole taunts Ohno and he calls Ohno a loser. Cole fakes out the crowd on the Bay Bay Chant. Cole lands on his feet on a suplex attempt. Ohno holds on to the ropes when Cole goes for an O’Connor Roll. Ohno with a punch.

Ohno with a knee and boot to Cole followed by a clothesline and boot. Ohno with a slam and leg drop for a near fall. Ohno with a forearm and then Ohno goes to the apron and connects with a boot through the ropes. Ohno with a spinning front kick for a near fall. Ohno with a forearm but Cole with forearms to Ohno. Ohno with a bicycle kick but Cole with a brainbuster neck breaker for a near fall.

Cole goes for a Shining Wizard but Ohno blocks it and he hot shots Cole onto the top rope from a power bomb position followed by forearms that send Cole to the floor. Ohno brings Cole back into the ring but Cole with a crucifix for a near fall. Cole with super kicks and another brainbuster neck breaker and the Last Shot for the three count.

Winner: Adam Cole

NXT Results & Media -March 14th,2018
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Match Number Four: Adam Cole (with Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish) versus Pete Dunne for the WWE UK Championship

They lock up and Dunne backs Cole into the corner but Cole with a clean break. Dunne goes after Kyle on the floor and Bobby tells Dunne to stay back. Dunne returns to the ring and Cole kicks Dunne. Cole with a front face lock and Dunne gets to the ropes. Dunne with a forearm and he tells Kyle and Bobby to come into the ring. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he pulls at the fingers and then puts the hand on the mat and stomps on the elbow. Dunne puts the hand on the mat again and Dunne kicks the elbow this time. Cole goes to the apron and Dunne follows. Dunne with a waist lock but Cole with a back elbow. Dunne goes to the turnbuckles and comes down with a boot to the injured arm.

Dunne with a suplex throw onto the apron and then they return to the ring. Kyle and Bobby get on the apron and Cole pushes Dunne off the turnbuckles and Cole pushes him to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Dunne with an X Plex. Cole and Dunne with forearms and Cole with a kick. Cole with an Irish whip and Dunne flips over Cole and hits an enzuigiri. Dunne with a boot to the elbow from the turnbuckles. Dunne with a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he sets for the Bitter End but Cole escapes and hits a lungblower. Both men are down on the mat.

Cole goes for a suplex but Dunne counters into a guillotine and a double wrist lock with a body scissors. Cole gets out of the hold and hits a bicycle kick and an Ushigoroshi for a near fall. Cole taunts Dunne and pie faces him. Cole with a forearm but Dunne with a forearm that sends Cole into the corner. Fish and O’Reilly check on Cole. Dunne blocks a super kick and Cole with an enzuigiri. Cole with a super kick. Dunne with an enzuigiri. Dunne comes off the turnbuckles with a moonsault but Cole with a kick to the head and Cole gets a near fall.

Cole misses the Shining Wizard and Dunne hits a German suplex. Dunne goes for the Bitter End but Fish and O’Reilly get on the apron. Dunne takes care of them. Cole with a super kick and Cole hits Last Shot but Dunne kicks out at two. Dunne pulls at the fingers and Cole misses a round kick. Dunne tries for Bitter End but Kyle hits Pete from behind and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Pete Dunne (by disqualification)

After the match, Kyle and Bobby attack Dunne and Cole with a super kick. Roderick Strong comes out and he goes after Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly. The numbers are too much for Strong. Dunne recovers and Strong and Dunne clean house.

Strong offers his hand to Dunne but Dunne does not shake it. Dunne leaves the ring.

NXT Results & Media -February 28th,2018
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Match Number Two: Cezar Bononi versus Adam Cole (with Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish)

Before they lock up, Cole takes the mic and he points out who he is in the ring with. This is the NXT 2017 Future Star of the Year. That is a big deal. Adam wants everyone to give Cezar a round of applause. Adam tells Cezar there is only one place where a future star belongs and that is in the Undisputed Era. Fish and O’Reilly get on the apron and they toss Bononi a t-shirt.

Bononi takes the shirt and he looks at it. Cole with a forearm and then he kicks Bononi in the corner. Cole poses in the center of the ring but he turns into a boot from Bononi. Bononi takes care of Fish and O’Reilly on the apron. Bononi sends Cole into Kyle on the apron and gets a near fall. Bononi with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Kyle and Bobby distract Bononi and Cole with a super kick. Cole with a Shining Wizard to the back of the head and he gets the three count.

Winner: Adam Cole

After the match, Cole kicks Bononi.

NXT Results & Media-February 7th,2018
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Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly (with Adam Cole) versus Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young for the NXT Tag Team Championship

Alexander Wolfe, Killian Dain, and Eric Young attack Fish, Cole, and O’Reilly as they pose in the ring. All six men battle and security comes to the ring to stop the brawl and restore some sort of order. Dain breaks free and he splashes Fish in the corner.

Bobby, Kyle, and Adam go to the floor.

William Regal comes out and he says enough is enough. This all ends tonight. The main event will be a six man tornado tag team match.

Match Number Three: Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, and Bobby Fish versus Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young in Tornado Tag Match

Sanity go to the floor after Undisputed Era and the match starts. Kyle kicks and punches Dain while Cole deals with Young and Fish battles with Wolfe. Wolfe with an uppercut to Fish. Dain sends Kyle over the top rope to the floor while Young and Cole battle in the ring. Young sends Cole into the turnbuckles while Wolfe sends Kyle into the announce table. Cole with an Irish whip and boot in the corner followed by a neck breaker. Cole punches Young while Dain punches Fish.

Fish with a back heel kick on the floor but Dain with a bicycle kick to Fish as we go to commercial.

We are back and Young punches Cole on the floor. Kyle kicks Wolfe but Wolfe hot shots Kyle on the announce table. Young goes under the ring and gets some weapons, including a table that he sets up against the wall. Wolfe hits Kyle with a chair. Young goes for a suplex through the table but Cole escapes and sends Young into the steps. Fish and Dain go into the ring while Kyle hits knees on Wolfe while Wolfe is in a chair. Kyle with Meteora off the apron to Wolfe.

Dain with an Irish whip to Fish and a splash. Young and Cole go into the back. Kyle joins the attack. Fish misses a splash but he hits a back heel kick on Dain. Young is sent into the wall while Fish hits a moonsault on Dain but Dain kicks out at two. Wolfe with a European uppercut to Kyle while Cole is sent into a case in the back. Wolfe does the same to Kyle while Young sends Cole into the wall.

Fish goes under the ring and he gets a kendo stick. Fish brings it into the ring and he is stopped by Dain who grabs it and knocks it away. Dain and Fish go to teh floor while the others return. Fish goes onto the stage and Dain follows. Fish with a forearm but Dain with a forearm that sends Fish to the ground. Dain biels Fish onto Young, Wolfe, Cole, and O”Reilly.

We are back and Dain with crossfaces to Cole in the ring. We see tha carnage on the floor with the other four wrestlers barely moving. Dain with a punch as he mocks Cole. Dain gets COle on his shoulders but Cole with an elbow to get back to his feet. Cole with an enzuigiri to Dain but Wolfe with a waist lock. Cole misses an enzuigiri and Wolfe with a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Fish runs Wolfe into the corner and then Kyle and bobby with forearms and knees into the corner. Fish with an exploder to Wolfe but Dain breaks up the cover with a back senton. Dain with a Michinoku Driver of Kyle onto Fish. Cole with a super kick to break up the cover.

Young with an elbow drop to Cole to break up the cover and everyone is down again. Young and Cole are teh first two to their feet. Young avoids a super kick and hits one on Cole. Kyle with a kick and forearm. Wolfe wit a German suplex to Kyle. Fish with a Samoan drop to Wolfe. Dain with a discus clothesline to Fish. Dain with a bicycle kick to knock Cole off the apron to the floor. Dain sees Cole leaning against the table and Dain goes for a cannonball but Cole misses, but Dain goes through the table.

Cole kicks Wolfe and then Kyle and Fish join in. Cole tells them to get Wolfe up. Fish with a reverse chin lock . Kyle kicks Fish when Wolfe moves. Wolfe with a bicycle kick to Cole followed by a forearm and European uppercut to Kyle. Cole super kicks Wolfe and then Kyle and Bobby hit Total Elimination but Young breaks up the cover with the kendo stick. Cole super kicks Young. kyle and Fish kicks Young and Cole with the brainbuster shoulder breaker for a near fall.

Dain gets back to the apron while Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly try to figure out what to do. They all kick Dain while Dain asks for them to attack him. Dain pushes them all off and he clotheslines Cole and hits body blocks on the others. Dain with a drop kick to Fish and lands on Cole with a senton. Dain with a running cross body to Kyle. Dain with the Ulster Plantation for the three count.

Winners: Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe, and Eric Young

NXT Takeover Philadelphia Results & Media-January 27th,2018
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Extreme Rules Match: Adam Cole vs. Aleister Black

They started brawling to begin the match. Black caught Cole with a knee strike that sent Cole to the floor. This led to Cole getting a chair but Black ducked it and grabbed the chair. Thus, Cole ducked out of the ring. Black sat in the chair and waited. Black got rid of the chair and tossed Cole to the floor then blasted him with a right hand. Cole with a knee strike then tossed him into the apron.

Cole got some more chairs and other weapons from under the ring. Cole sent him into the barricade then got a kendo stick. Black outsmarted him with kicks and strikes. Black went for a spring board move but Cole caught him with a kendo stick to the gut. Cole hit a back stabber with the stick for 2. Cole with a series of kicks to Black on the ground. Cole got a table from under the ring, which popped the crowd. Cole had some blood on his right thigh. Cole went for a move off the top rope but it was blocked. Black sent Cole flying onto a trash can and followed it up with a knee strike for 2. Black got another table from under the ring and set up next to the other one outside the ring. Black put a ladder in the corner but Cole caught him with a sidekick to the head. Cole with a series of strikes in the corner. Black tossed him onto the ladder. Update, Cole was bleeding from his hand.

WWE doctors checked on Cole’s hand. The match continued. Cole caught Black with a chair shot to the gut but Black dropped him with a kick and hit a double footstomp. Cole tossed a chair at Black and hit a superkick sending Black falling from the top rope to the outside through two tables. Back in the ring, Cole pinned him for a near fall. Cole set up chairs with the backs together in the center of the ring. Black suplexed Cole onto them. Sick spot. Cole used a chair to get up but Black hit him with a running knee strike and covered him but O’Reilly and Fish ran down to the ring to make the save. They hit their tag team finisher to Black. They clear the announce table but Eric Young and Wolfe come down and attacked ReDragon. Killian Dain hit an outside dive to take them all out. Black hit a double footstomp to Cole through the announce table. Back in the ring, Cole caught Black with a superkick. Cole went for a chair shot but Black hit Black Mass out of nowhere for the win.

Winner: Black