NXT Indianapolis Live Event Results
Results courtesy of PWInsider.com
Lars Sullivan defeated Chris (Donovan) Dijak with the Freak Accident.
Candace Larae defeated Dakota Kai in a very good women’s match.
The Undisputed Era cut a promo in the back about former Colts Punter Pat McAfee mispronouncing his name. (That’s a bit from his Barstool Sports podcast.)
Kassius Ohno defeated Adrian Jaoude by disqualification when Cesar Bononi interfered tripping Ohno.
Velveteen Dream beat Angelo Dawkins with a roll up and hand full of tights.
Aleister Black beat Adam Cole with Black Mass in an awesome match. The ring announcer was Pat McAfee (introduced by his mispronounced name from the Podcast). Pat cut a promo prior to the match putting over NXT, and calling out Adam Cole. Cole came out to a huge reaction, and went face to face with McAfee, with them arguing. Pat introduced the man who “was going to kick Cole’s ass’. Amazing match. Cole taunted McAfee throughout the match, and when he attempted to use a chair, McAfee took it from him, and he turned around into the Black Mass. Probably the best match of the night.
After Intermission, Kyle O’Riley and Bobby Fish retained the NXT Tag Team titles against Heavy Machinery when O’Riley rolled up Otis. The possible injury came after some power double team spots by Heavy Machinery, in which they rammed O’Riley into Fish who was on the second rope in the corner. Nothing noticeable regarding the knee or leg specifically in the spot, but not long after that Fish dropped to the ring apron grabbing his leg (possibly knee). Drake Wuertz put up the X sign with his arms and a doctor came from the back. Fish remained down the rest of the match outside the ring. The ring announcer came out and said something to Drake, who then made it around the ring talking to the other 3 men in the match. A second referee came out and also relayed information. Adam Cole ran out of the back and distracted Otis for the roll up. The injury played no part in the end of the match, and Fish was not putting weight on the leg as he was helped to the back by Cole and O’Riley. It looked very legitimate given the communication going on after the injury, but I guess time will tell if it was serious.
Shana Baszler defeated Kari Sane with a rear naked choke.
In the main event, in what was announced as his final NXT appearance, Johnny Gargano beat Andrade “Cien” Almas. Gargano got a huge reaction for winning and then gave a great speech, which said that he felt the NXT was making it other big time, and the NXT roster was the best he’d been in world wide. He wouldn’t say where he was going or what the next move would be.
1) Aleister Black
2) Adam Cole
3) Johnny Gargano
4) Velveteen Dream
Until Next Time 🍻#NXTColumbus #NXTCleveland #NXTDetroit #NXTIndy
AAAAASSSSA! ✊🏻 – #HeavyMachinery pic.twitter.com/Tr3xBpaoiD
— Otis Dozovic (@WWEDozovic) March 5, 2018
Shout out to @VelveteenWWE, who put on a great performance last night at #NXTIndy. Dream is one of premiere stars currently on the @WWENXT roster. pic.twitter.com/mOWmh1CyvC
— Chad M. Moon (@This_is_CMM) March 5, 2018
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Watch it—the way I do things in the ring are my responsibility and no one else’s. I had Aleister Black beat if it wasn’t for the unwanted interference of the man known as Pat McAfee. You’ve caught my attention, what more could you possibly want? #NXTIndy pic.twitter.com/zHF8CMEwuQ
— To be undisputed. (@ChangeTheNotion) March 5, 2018
Also these two have “it” @AndradeCienWWE #NXTIndy pic.twitter.com/TCeWc5XMZ9
— BirdIsTheWord (@birdisthewyrd) March 5, 2018
تعرض نجم #NXT بوبي فيش لاصابة في عرض محلي #NXTIndy !! pic.twitter.com/KEsUeCQTnh
— هروج المصارعة | HMWP (@HMWPodcast) March 5, 2018
@JohnnyGargano last @WWENXT entrance at #NXTIndy #WeAreNXT pic.twitter.com/HSUvf7qPW9
— ChaserCWE (@ChaserCwe) March 5, 2018