WWE NXT Results 2024

WWE NXT Results & Highlights from Orlando, FL 6/18/2024

WWE NXT Results 2024

WWE produced an episode of NXT from Orlando, FL on 6/18/2024 and we have results. This event took place at the WWE Performance Center and featured a Battle Royal to be the #1 Contender for the NXT Championship.

WWE NXT Results 6/18/24

Before the opening match (Battle Royal) , Joe Hendry makes an entrance, proclaiming himself the standout among 25 men in the battle royal. Despite his bold claims, Hendry is the first to be eliminated, courtesy of TNA ally Frankie Kazarian, marking Kazarian’s return after nearly nineteen years away from WWE. Meanwhile, Oro Mensah and “All Ego” Ethan Page engage in a brawl that spills backstage.

Je’Von Evans emerges victorious in the 25-man battle royal, securing a shot at the NXT Championship at Heatwave by eliminating Shawn Spears last.

In the backstage area, tensions flare in the women’s division when Fallon Henley asserts her claim to the NXT Women’s North American Championship, sparking a heated exchange, with Sol Ruca opting to exit the scene.

Roxanne Perez confronts Lola Vice backstage over their upcoming match for the NXT Women’s Championship, setting the stage for a fierce showdown.

Backstage, Chase University extends an offer to Ridge Holland, welcoming him with a branded shirt. The O.C. mock Holland, but Chase and Hudson pledge their support.

Lola Vice and Roxanne Perez triumph in a Triple Threat tag team match against Meta-Four and Jacy Jayne with Jazmyn Nyx. Post-match, Roxanne betrays Lola with a surprise attack, hinting at tension between them.

General Manager Ava congratulates Je’Von Evans on his battle royal win, prompting Ethan Page to dispute the result and challenge Oro Mensah. Evans dismisses Page’s protest and challenges him to a match, which Ava sanctions.

Kelani Jordan successfully defends the NXT Women’s North American Championship against “Michin” Mia Yim. The O.C. and OTM’s interference during the match sparks chaos, culminating in Jordan’s retention.

In an interview with Kelly Kincaid, Ethan Page refocuses after his battle royal loss, targeting Trick Williams and the NXT Championship. Page also issues a warning to Oro Mensah.

A vignette introduces former volleyball standout Izzi Dame, teasing her imminent debut and ambition.

Backstage, Axiom confronts Nathan Frazer over his absence from the battle royal. Luca Crusifino presents Frazer with a Heritage Cup match contract, which he promptly signs.

Images from Tatum Paxley’s clash with Jordynne Grace for the TNA Knockouts World Championship at Against All Odds are showcased.

Oba Femi addresses the audience in the ring, asserting his dominance and dismissing challengers. Wes Lee interrupts, challenging Oba and questioning the legitimacy of his recent victories. Security intervenes as tensions escalate, leading to a confrontation with Brooks Jensen.

Tank Ledger informs Hank Walker of his desire to refocus on tag team competition against New Catch Republic, following his elimination in the battle royal.

No Quarter Catch Crew, led by Charlie Dempsey, discusses recruiting Tavion Heights. Dempsey arranges a match between Heights and Damon Kemp to assess his potential.

Footage from “NXT Anonymous” shows Joe Coffey discussing Wes Lee’s continued pursuit of the North American title with Gallus. The trio is ambushed by Tyriek Igwe and Tyson Dupont.

Fallon Henley defeats Carlee Bright in a singles match, with interference from Kendal Grey and Wendy Choo causing a distraction.

Eddy Thorpe expresses optimism about his future championship prospects in NXT, while Brooks Jensen is escorted out of the building by police in the background.

Je’Von Evans and Trick Williams discuss Ethan Page’s challenge in the trainer’s room, underscoring their determination to succeed in NXT.

Chase University defeats The O.C. after Duke Hudson secures the pinfall on Karl Anderson. Chaos ensues post-match, both inside and outside the ring.

Backstage, Ava commends Kelani Jordan on her title defense. Arianna Grace interrupts, seeking recognition but is rebuffed by Jordan, who promises a match against Sol Ruca instead.

Thea Hail celebrates Chase University’s victory, affirming their unity. Duke Hudson dismisses The O.C.’s complaints.

Fallon Henley vents her frustration to Jacy Jayne and Jazmyn Nyx backstage, highlighting discontent within the women’s division.

Trick Williams provides guest commentary for the subsequent match.

“All Ego” Ethan Page defeats Je’Von Evans, leveraging an injury to secure victory with Ego’s Edge. Post-match, Page and Shawn Spears assault Evans, drawing Williams into the fray. The scene ends with all four men down around the NXT Championship in the ring.

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