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Category: WWE NXT Results

Cameron Grimes is backstage with Johnny Gargano and Odyssey Jones. They’re the best men for Dexter Lumis and they’re all dressed like him, no tuxedos. Someone knocks on the door and it’s Austin Theory. He says he did run away but he’d never miss this wedding. WWE United States Champion Damian Priest walks in next. Fans in the arena chant his name. Priest is here for the open bar and Grimes says it’s all on him. They do some comedy to end the segment.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: September 15th 2021

Damian Priest vs. Karrion Kross

We go right to the ring as Damian Priest makes his way out for the opener. Out next comes Karrion Kross with Scarlett for another unique entrance. They stop on the stage and Scarlett heads to the ring by herself. The ring is filled with smoke. Scarlett does her “fall and pray” chants before things explode and now Kross is in the ring with her. Scarlett continues dancing around Kross before posing down in front of him as the smoke rolls around the ring and the crowd cheers them on. This match is set to air with no commercials.

The bell rings and they lock up. Kross takes it to the ropes but Priest keeps locked and brings them tumbling to the floor. They’re still locked up, slamming each other into the Plexiglas barrier, and then too the apron as the referee warns them. Priest breaks and stand up in the ring as Kross looks on from ringside. Kross comes in and blocks several kicks. Priest blocks a kick and then lands one. Kross charges in but Priest works him over in the corner. More back and forth now. Kross catches a kick and goes for a slam. Priest resists but Kross dumps him on the mat.

Kross keeps control with clotheslines from corner to corner. Kross tosses Priest with ease once again out of the corner, dumping him on his head. Kross with a 2 count. Kross grounds Priest with a knee to the back as Scarlett talks him up. Kross dumps Priest over the top rope in front of the announcers. Kross follows and sends Priest at the steel steps and ring post. Kross grabs half of the steps but Priest kicks him and he drops them. Kross stays on Priest and rolls him back in.

Kross follows and grabs Priest by his hair, then clubs him in the ribs a few times. Kross toys Priest some. Priest smiles in his face but gets rocked again. Priest is talking trash and playing mind games while Kross chases him around the ring with strikes. Priest with a big kick and a charging right hand to daze Kross. They trade big rights now.Priest unloads and dodges a clothesline. Priest with a Bell Clap and a Flatliner in the middle of the ring.

Priest with a running leaping elbow into the corner. Kross counters a suplex as his ribs go out. Priest with strikes. Priest goes on and levels Kross with a clothesline. Priest barely hits a Broken Arrow and Kross kicks out at 2 as fans try to rally.

Kross ducks a big kick but can’t hit the Doomsday Saito suplex. More back and forth now. Priest with knee strikes to the face. Priest with a takedown, sending Kross face-first into the mat. Priest takes Kross back down and applies a scissors on the arm. Kross gets free and unloads with elbow strikes to the ribs while Priest is down. Priest blocks Kross and nails a forearm. Kross rocks him back. They trade big kicks now. Priest unloads with kicks and punches. Kross does the same right back. Priest with several kicks. Priest with a springboard senton from the middle rope. Priest misses in the corner, allowing Kross to run the ropes and hit a big clothesline for 2.

Kross stomps on Priest’s hand, then his foot. Kross scoops Priest and turns him upside down in the corner with a Tree of Woe. Kross kicks at Priest while he’s upside down. Kross exposes his knee and charges, nailing the running knee to the ribs while Priest is upside down. Fans boo. Kross takes Priest to the top for a back superplex, calling for the finish. Kross tries for the super Doomsday Saito but fans rally for Priest and he hangs on. Priest gets to the apron, then kicks Kross in the face. Priest takes Kross from the corner for a Razor’s Edge but Kross hangs on to the turnbuckles. Priest keeps trying and nails the Razor’s Edge from the corner.

Priest is slow to roll over and capitalize but he finally does for a close 2 count. Priest can’t believe it. They’re both slow to get back up now. Kross stands up on the apron. They trade big right hands now. Priest kicks and grabs Kross by the throat. Kross fights him off. Kross comes back through the ropes but Priest kicks him in the head. Kross goes to the floor to regroup. Priest runs the ropes and flies over the top, taking Kross down on the floor.

Fans chant “NXT!” as Priest brings it back in the ring. Priest goes to the top for a super spinning heel kick. Priest waits for Kross and hits the South of Heaven in the middle of the ring. Kross still kicks out just in time. Priest goes for The Reckoning but Kross counters and tosses him across the ring overhead. Kross with a running thrust in the corner. Kross with a big powerbomb in the middle of the ring for another close 2 count.

They end up on the floor and Priest connects with big kicks to the face. Priest leaps with a kick but Kross catches him and drives him into the lighting rig at ringside. Kross then slams Priest on top of the steel steps base. Kross brings it back in the ring and smiles while looking down at Priest. Some fans boo.

Kross stares Priest down as Priest gets up and says he’s still standing, bitch. Kross nails a big roundhouse kick to the head, then dumps Priest with the Doomsday Saito. Priest gets up dazed but Kross charges with a huge running forearm strike to the back of the head, dropping Priest once again. Kross covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Karrion Kross

– After the match, Scarlett hits the ring to pose with Kross as their music starts up. We go to replays. Priest is still down trying to recover. Kross carries Scarlett and they pose to end the segment.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: January 7th 2021

Scarlett says what’s in the ring already belongs to them, and regardless of who wins next week, the fate of Balor and O’Reilly is already sealed. Kross says Doomsday is here… Tik, Tok. Kross stares them down but Damian Priest is suddenly behind him. Kross turns around and they face off on the stage.

Kross and Priest have words and Priest says this is how you step like a man. Priest rocks Kross and they start brawling on the stage as fans cheer them on. Priest goes for the Razor’s Edge but it’s blocked. They keep fighting, now going to the ringside area. Kross rams Priest back into the lighting rig. Kross charges but Priest catches him and they tumble over the barrier, crashing through the Plexiglas. Fans chant “NXT!” and go wild as the brawl continues through the production area, into the backstage area. They brawl to the top of production cases. Priest looks to put Kross down but Kross blocks a shot and sends him crashing through a table and some equipment.

The camera looks over and we see Scarlett sitting on top of production cases, laughing and looking on. Fans chant “NXT!” again. Referees run over to help Kross and Priest but they’re down with the debris. Scarlett is really enjoying the chaos and debris as we go back to commercial.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: December 31st 2020

– We get a pre-recorded video with Damian Priest sending a warning to Karrion Kross ahead of their match at New Year’s Evil. Back to commercial.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: December 24th 2020

Tonight’s WWE NXT episode on the USA Network opens up with a video package of highlights from “Takeover: WarGames” and the video package from NXT Champion Finn Balor.

– We’re live from the Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Florida as Vic Joseph welcomes us. He’s joined at ringside by Wade Barrett, and remotely by WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix.

– We go right to the ring and NXT Champion Finn Balor is out to a pop. Balor says WarGames is done and the time for team sports is over. He’s not interested in bragging rights or any of that because it’s Wednesday and The Champ is back. Fans pop.

Balor says some love him and some hate him, but if you want to get to know him, you better come see him in this ring. Now the people in the back… the music interrupts and out comes Pete Dunne.

Dunne hits the ring and says he’s a lot like Balor. They both came from overseas and made a name for themselves, so it’s about time they met. Dunne is glad Balor is back, but tells him to not get used to it because it’s just a matter of time before he puts Balor back on the shelf and takes the title. The music interrupts and out comes Kyle O’Reilly. He apologizes for being late and jokes his invitation must have gotten lost in the mail. O’Reilly wants to put himself in this conversation. He knows Dunne is tough but who left WarGames the winner? He also talks about his recent “Takeover: 31” match with Balor and says Balor won the match but spent the past two months eating through a straw. O’Reilly says he and Balor have unfinished business. He goes on but the music interrupts and out comes Damian Priest.

Priest tells Balor he’s been looking forward to this for a while. No offense to Pete or Kyle, but Priest vs. Balor is a marquee match. Dunne asks Priest if he’s the geezer that couldn’t even beat Leon Ruff. Priest says Dunne gets paid by Pat McAfee to do whatever. Balor exits the ring as Priest, Dunne and O’Reilly trade insults. Priest asks where he’s going. Balor tells them to learn some manners because they cut him off before he was finished. He says he will defend the title at New Year’s Evil on January 6, but it’s up to NXT General Manager William Regal to determine who will get the funeral. The music of Karrion Kross starts playing as fans pop.

Scarlett comes and stares Balor down on the stage. The music stops and he predicts she’s going to say “Tik, Tok” but she just stares. Balor tells Scarlett to give a message to Kross – when he’s ready, Finn is ready. Balor walks off as fans cheer him on. Priest asks Scarlett if she usually tells Kross to wait in the car while she handles his business. Priest says if Kross wants to pick a fight when he comes back, he can just step to Priest like a man. Scarlett turns and stares at Priest in the ring, and smiles at him. Scarlett walks away as we see the Karrion Kross logo on the big screen. We go to commercial.

Johnny says the only trophy he needs is his title book.  Johnny says Priest and Leon are upset and they want to face him and Austin next week.  Johnny says he has a ‘theory’ that the results will be the same as War Games.  If you are not ‘in the way . . . stay out of the way’.

Damian Priest comes out and he congratulates Johnny on winning.  He congratulates Austin on the big reveal and he asks if Austin has the pipe so he can shove it up his ass.

Priest goes to the ring and he is attacked by Karrion Kross.  Kross with a power bomb on the stage.

Kross leaves the building and he gets into his car and drives away with Scarlett.

We go to commercial.

Leon Ruff is in the back and he is asked about whether he thought Damian Priest will be ready next week.

Johnny Gargano and Austin Theory show up and say that Damian won’t be ready for next week.  Maybe Leon can face them two on one.

KUSHIDA shows up and he says if Leon needs a partner, it is KUSHIDA

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: December 10th 2020

– The “Takeover: WarGames 2020” go-home show kicks off with Vic Joseph welcoming us. He’s joined at ringside by Wade Barrett, and remotely by WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. We go right to the ring where Damian Priest is waiting.

Damian Priest and Leon Ruff vs. Legado del Fantasma

Damian Priest wraps up his entrance as Johnny Gargano taunts him from the announce table. Out next comes Priest’s partner, NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff. Ruff will defend against Priest and Gargano in a Triple Threat on Sunday at Takeover. We see video from earlier today where Priest was interrupted backstage by Legado del Fantasma, which saw him take out Joaquin Wilde. Priest is replacing Curt Stallion in this match after Stallion was attacked earlier today by Legado del Fantasma. Out next comes Legado del Fantasma – Raul Mendoza and NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar with Wilde.

Escobar starts off with Ruff and they trade holds and counters. Escobar tags in Mendoza. Ruff uses his speed to get the upperhand and drop Mendoza for a 2 count. Mendoza turns it around and tags in Escobar. Ruff tries to fight Escobar off but Escobar drops him with a big knee, sending him into the corner. Priest tags in and taunts Escobar. Escobar smirks and tags in Mendoza.

Mendoza ducks a clothesline and goes behind Priest with a hold. Priest easily turns it around and sends him into the corner but misses and hits the turnbuckles. More back and forth now. Priest with a big back elbow to level Mendoza. Priest goes to the floor and drops Mendoza face-first onto the edge of the apron. Priest rocks Mendoza with a right hand and then slams him back into the steel barrier. Priest breaks the count and goes back to the floor to work Mendoza over. Mendoza tries to counter but Priest drops him at ringside.

We see the masked person wearing the Scream mask in the crowd. Priest rolls Mendoza back in and approaches the Scream mask wearer. Escobar tags in but Priest doesn’t notice it. Escobar flies out and levels Priest on the floor. Escobar smiles and looks down at Priest as we go to picture-in-picture commercial. Escobar brings Priest back in and holds him down while Mendoza tags in to take over.

Back from the break and Escobar tags back out after keeping control of Priest. Mendoza tags in and charges into the corner. Mendoza with more offense before tagging in Escobar for more of the same. Escobar with a suplex in the middle of the ring for a 2 count, and another. Escobar talks some trash and kicks Priest while he’s down. Escobar focuses on the leg now. Mendoza comes back in and keeps Priest down, focusing on his leg after Escobar weakened him.

Mendoza with right hands now. He charges but Priest catches him with a big Flapjack. Ruff tags in and unloads on Escobar and Mendoza. Ruff goes back to work on Escobar but didn’t see Mendoza was tagged in. He level Escobar and covers but Mendoza attacks from behind. Ruff escapes Mendoza’s assault and in comes Priest again. Priest unloads on Mendoza and hits another big Flapjack. Escobar runs in but Priest ends up knocking him out with a stiff forearm. Priest readies in the corner and leaps across the ring to splash Mendoza in the corner. Priest knocks Escobar off the apron to the floor.

Mendoza kicks Priest in the head from the apron. Mendoza leaps off the top but gets rocked in the jaw on the way down. Priest goes to hit The Reckoning on Mendoza but Ruff tags himself in. Priest isn’t thrilled. Priest drops Mendoza with The Reckoning. Ruff follows up with a big Frogsplash off the top rope for the pin to win.

Winners: Leon Ruff and Damian Priest

– After the match, Priest and Ruff stand tall as the music hits. Priest stares Ruff down as Ruff grabs his title. We go to replays. Priest has some words for Ruff and Gargano. Gargano is standing up at the announce table now, running his mouth. We see two people standing behind him in the crowd, wearing the Scream mask.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: December 3rd 2020

– We go back to the ring for The KO Show with host Kevin Owens. He jokes that he returned last November to NXT for WarGames, and maybe next November he will return to be a referee or something. He goes on and introduces his guest, who has had a big few weeks. The music hits and out comes NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff.

Owens congratulates Ruff and says he wanted to talk to him even before he found out he was coming here tonight. He goes on and gives Ruff the floor to talk about who he is, where he’s going and everything else. Ruff says he’s wanted to be a WWE Superstar his whole life. It’s almost like he signed his WWE contract and then the next week he was winning the title. Owens shows us a replay of the big title win over Johnny Gargano. They joke about the moment where the title slipped down Ruff’s waist. Ruff talks about what it means to have the title and says he just wants to be an inspiration to people like him. Owens says he should be proud of himself. Owens tells him to keep his head up and be proud of what he did. A “you deserve it!” chant starts up from the crowd. Ruff wants to be the inspiration to show people that anything is possible if you don’t give up on your dreams. Owens agrees again and says the way Ruff is saying it… he needs to have more conviction. Owens says people in the back with no title will exploit a weakness if they see it, and Ruff needs to let everyone know who he is – the NXT North American Champion. Ruff steps up and shows some energy now, yelling and jumping around, kicking the chair into the corner. He stops and almost apologizes for the chair but Owens says it’s OK. Ruff’s quick rant mentioned Gargano by name and how he beat him. Owens predicts that Gargano is in the back yelling for his music to be played. Owens counts down and here comes Gargano.

Gargano yells about how Ruff didn’t beat him and this must be some prank. Gargano enters the ring and doesn’t want a stupid chair from Owens. Fans boo as he throws the chair out of the ring. Owens has another chair. Gargano doesn’t want it. Owens says it’s not for him, he just brought it over as a hunch. Gargano tells Ruff to let everyone know that he is the real North American Champion, and Ruff only has the title because of Damian Priest. Owens now predicts that because Priest’s name was said, he will be coming out next. Owens counts down and here comes Priest to a pop. Priest isn’t surprised that Johnny Wheel of Fortune is out here crying and complaining. Priest says everyone has to come to face reality and Gargano’s reality is that Ruff beat him, twice. Gargano says Ruff won because of Priest, and he will win the title back if they face one-on-one. Ruff says he will take the title back and prove that not only is Ruff a fluke, he’s a joke. Gargano shoves Ruff down. Owens takes a seat now. Priest steps up as Ruff comes back from the push. Priest says he never received his rematch and based on Ruff’s tough guy moment last week, why doesn’t Ruff defend in a Triple Threat? Owens wonders where the NXT version of WWE Hall of Famer Teddy Long is to make matches. This leads to NXT General Manager William Regal coming out to the stage. He announces Priest vs. Gargano vs. Ruff in a Triple Threat at the “Takeover: WarGames 2020” event. Regal adds a “Playa!” as he walks off. The music hits as everyone in the ring sizes each other up.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: November 26th 2020

NXT North American Title Match: Johnny Gargano vs. Leon Ruff

We go right to the ring as Alicia Taylor introduces new NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff. We get a video package on his big upset win over Johnny Gargano last week. The video is interrupted by Gargano coming out and yelling for the video to be stopped. Gargano says no one wants to see the video, and everyone knows last week was a fluke. Gargano says Ruff is just a pawn in Damian Priest’s plot against Gargano. Fans chant “Johnny sucks!” but he disagrees. Gargano enters the ring and tells Ruff to look at himself. He calls Ruff a failure, not a real champion, and a joke. Gargano says the joke ends tonight and the title will come home to him. Gargano drops Ruff with a cheap shot.

Ruff backs into the corner and the referee checks on him. The bell hits and here we go. Gargano immediately rams Ruff back into the corner with thrusts.

Gargano keeps control and takes it back to the corner for big chops. Ruff fights back from the corner and unloads with lefts and rights. Gargano cuts him off but runs into a big boot in the corner. Ruff springboards in and avoids counter attempts. Gargano catches him but Ruff avoids a back suplex. Ruff uses his speed again and kicks Gargano in the face. Ruff with more springboards and a scissors takedown for a pop. Ruff keeps going and dropkicks Gargano to the floor.

Ruff runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Gargano back down on the floor. Ruff brings it back in the ring and goes for the crucifix pin but it’s blocked. Gargano levels Ruff with a clothesline in the middle of the ring. Gargano scoops Ruff and torpedo’s him into the turnbuckles across the ring. Gargano scoops Ruff again and launches him like a lawn dart again. The referee checks on Ruff but he’s staying in. Gargano waits for Ruff to get back up.

Priest suddenly appears on the stage, taunting Gargano. Gargano yells at him to get out of here. Ruff rolls Gargano from behind for a 2 count. Ruff counters an attack and clotheslines Gargano. Ruff goes to the top but misses a big senton as Gargano moves. Gargano superkicks Ruff in the jaw. Gargano with a powerbomb as Priest looks on concerned. Gargano hits the One Final Beat DDT from the apron but Priest makes the save by pulling Ruff out of the ring. Priest tells Ruff, “Sorry, kid,” and then rocks him in the face with a big right hand. Ruff is knocked out at ringside now. The referee calls the match and Ruff retains.

Winner by DQ: Leon Ruff

– After the bell, Gargano is expecting to be handed the title but it doesn’t happen. Priest helps Ruff up at ringside, handing him the title. Gargano is stunned and throwing a fit in the ring as Priest helps Ruff up the ramp.

NXT General Manager William Regal is backstage with Damian Priest, asking him what he was thinking when he punched Leon Ruff to end the match with Johnny Gargano. Priest says he was just joking around and having too much fun, but he understands that this is serious business. He asks Regal if he really blames him because this is Gargano after all. Ruff walks up and asks Priest if he’s a joke to Priest. He goes on and Priest says Ruff is getting too carried away. Ruff says if he can’t retain, he shouldn’t be champion. He asks Regal if he wants to take the title back and his contract. Regal says no. Priest apologizes some and Ruff smacks him in the face out of nowhere. Ruff walks off and says he will find Gargano himself. Regal tells Priest that’s what he gets. Priest looks on at Ruff as we go to commercial.We see Damian Priest walking backstage. Back to commercial.

We see Damian Priest walking backstage. Back to commercial.

We go back to the ring and out comes Damian Priest for the next match. Priest is suddenly attacked by Johnny Gargano during his entrance as fans boo.

Gargano unloads on Priest and brings it in the ring. Priest turns it around and beats Gargano up in the corner. Gargano with a big enziguri kick. Priest with stiff kicks of his own, dropping Gargano and sending him out to the floor. Priest drops Gargano at the announce table. Priest takes the announce table top off and throws Gargano onto it. Priest pounds on Gargano while he’s flat on the announce table. Gargano kicks Priest away and leaps off the announce table at him. Priest with a big boot to the jaw. Priest brings Gargano back into the ring and grabs a steel chair. NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff runs into the ring out of nowhere and attacks.

Ruff dropkicks Priest off the apron, then sends Gargano flying into Priest as Priest comes back to the apron. Ruff looks terrified as Priest comes at him in the ring now. Ruff avoids the attack and ends up dropkicking Gargano into Priest again, sending Priest to the floor. Gargano charges but Ruff back-drops him over the top rope, onto Priest at ringside. Ruff yells out and raises the title in the air as he’s all smiles now. Priest and Gargano rush the ring together but Ruff retreats and heads to the stage. Ruff raises the title in the air as his music hits. Priest knocks Gargano out of the ring.

NXT General Manager William Regal catches up with NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff backstage, asking him if he knows what he’s doing. Ruff says he does know what he’s doing, and he’ll fight both Damian Priest and William Regal.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: November 19th 2020

NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano is already in the ring waiting. He has his “Wheel of Challengers” with him as fans start to boo. Names on the wheel include former champion Damian Priest, Roderick Strong, Pete Dunne, Dexter Lumis, Bronson Reed, Cameron Grimes, Tommaso Ciampa, NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar, Adam Cole, The Velveteen Dream, Kyle O’Reilly, Kushida, and Timothy Thatcher. Austin Theory’s name was on there earlier but has been removed.Gargano talks about his title win at Halloween Havoc and his championship curse. Gargano says with the help of a friend, The Wheel, he will reverse the curse tonight, and he will show the world that where there’s a wheel, there’s a way. Gargano gets a “Spin the wheel!” chant going and he spins it. The wheel spins and then goes in reverse. It lands on Leon Ruff, who has had his name written over Theory. Gargano calls Ruff to the ring.NXT North American Title Match: Leon Ruff vs. Johnny Gargano (c)Leon Ruff hits the ring to a pop as NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano waits. The bell rings and here we go. Gargano baits Ruff in and then unloads, beating him into the corner.Ruff ends up countering Gargano and getting the upperhand as fans pop. Gargano turns it around and beats Ruff down to boos. Gargano takes it to the floor and keeps control. We see former champion Damian Priest on the other side of the glass barrier. Gargano taunts him and mocks him before bringing it back into the ring, showing some fear as Priest gets within reach. Gargano brings it back in but gets rolled up out of nowhere for a 2 count. Gargano comes right back with offense of his own for a quick pin attempt.Gargano scoops Ruff and torpedoes him head-first into the turnbuckles across the ring. Priest watches and he’s not impressed. Ruff takes advantage of the distraction and ends up rolling Gargano for the pin to win the title out of nowhere.Winner and New NXT North American Champion: Leon Ruff– After the bell, Gargano tries to stop the referee from handing the title over to Ruff but he can’t. Fans pop and the music hits as Ruff celebrates. Gargano can’t believe the huge upset. Priest greets Ruff at the stage and raises his arm. The title falls down around Ruff’s waist due to his size. Gargano throws a fit in the ring as we go to commercial.

McKenzie Mitchell is backstage with new champion Leon Ruff, Damian Priest, and NXT General Manager William Regal after the break. Others are standing by and cheering for Ruff. Priest gives him some props but warns that Little Johnny is going to come through the curtain any minute and want to kick Ruff’s ass. Priest gives Ruff his keys and tells him to find the black Challenger, and get outta here. Ruff takes the keys and hurries off as people cheer for him. Johnny Gargano comes to the back looking to fight Ruff. Priest takes blame for what just happened. Gargano shoves him and they argue as officials hold Gargano back.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: November 12th 2020