WWE NXT 2.0 Results and Analysis (9/14/21)

WWE NXT 2.0 Results

The future of what NXT will be moving forward has been revealed. The revamp of the black and gold brand to looking like an artist’s palette has come into motion, making fans worldwide take notice that the NXT so many became believers in is now gone. Young, fresh talent was utilized throughout the night with new talent competing in every match but one. A new NXT Champion was crowned as well, but there is far more to digest than just that. Here are the WWE NXT 2.0 results along with analysis from what was an up and down show overall.

WWE NXT 2.0 Results & Match Ratings

— LA Knight vs. Bron Breakker

Winner: Bron Breakker

Rating: 2.00 (**)

— Imperium (Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner) vs. Brooks Jensen & Josh Briggs

Winner: Imperium

Rating: 2.00 (**)

— B-Fab vs. Katrina Cortez

Winner: B-Fab

Rating: 1.00 (*)

— Sarray, Kayden Carter & Kacy Catazaro vs. Mandy Rose, Jacy Jayne & Gigi Dolin

Winner: Mandy Rose, Jacy Jayne & Gigi Dolin

Rating: 2.25 (**1/4)

— Ridge Holland vs. Drake Maverick

Winner: Ridge Holland

Rating: 1.75 (*3/4)

— The Creed Brothers vs. Dan Jarmon & Trevor Skelly

Winner: The Creed Brothers

Rating: 2.00 (**)

— NXT Championship: Tomasso Ciampa vs. Von Wagner vs. Pete Dunne vs. LA Knight

Winner: Tommaso Ciampa

Rating: 3.25 (***1/4)

WWE NXT 2.0 Results: In-Depth Match Analysis

NXT Championship: Tomasso Ciampa vs. Von Wagner vs. Pete Dunne vs. LA Knight

The never-changing main event of NXT never seemed to stop as what was once a number one contender’s match became an NXT Championship match and then a competitor was taken out. That competitor, of course, was Kyle O’Reilly. He was attacked by Pete Dunne and Ridge Holland before the match, resulting in newcomer Von Wagner getting his shot to become champion on his very first night. Seeing that Wagner was making his first NXT appearance, it wasn’t too bad of a showing for him. But this match was all about Tommaso Ciampa and Dunne throughout. Multiple staredowns and exchanges made for a major part of the match and what carried it to be a reasonably good main event. Ciampa was destined to get “Goldie” back and he wasn’t going to stop until he did.

In the end, that’s exactly what happened. Despite a great effort by Dunne, Knight, and even Wagner, it was time for Ciampa to recapture “Goldie.” A Fairytale Ending to Knight would put the match away for good, signaling that the future of NXT is not fully going into play until Ciampa says so. The match itself was entertaining and went straight to the point. Rather than holding anything back, they went 100 miles per hour from the start and it made for an enjoyable watch. This is Ciampa’s NXT once again, but it seems Bron Breakker could end that sooner than anyone could have ever imagined.

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