Jordan Devlin Wins NXT Cruiserweight Championship | WWE Worlds Collide 2020

We interview the Broserweights and the Grizzled Young Veterans at ringside about the oncoming Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic finals. The winners will get a shot at the NXT Tag Team titles at TakeOver: Portland next month. GYV make the case that while Dunne and Riddle are great individual competitors, they are no tag team. Crowd loves Broserweights, Riddle in particular, and absolutely hate Zack Gibson. Pete Dunne makes a great ‘blunt’ pun. This team is bizarrely great. Angel Garza defends the Cruiserweight title against Isaiah Scott, Jordan Devlin & Travis Banks up next! Stardown from all four. Trying for lock-ups but Angel ends up getting big forearms in on both Banks and Devlin. Everyone ganging on him, he tries to stop them and strip off his pants but they all clip him! Jordan Devlin with a back suplex, then throws one man on another, Garza breaks up the pin but he back suplexes him as well! Swerve with a thrust kick, roll up on Banks, kicks out, roll through to a Flatliner on Devlin, Headscissor to Banks, wicked dropkick to the head of Garza! Devlin throws him from the ring but he lands on his feet! Devlin with an Asai Moonsault but Scott catches him! DVD ON THE FLOOR! Ba...

WWE Money in the Bank 2019 Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights | Bleacher Report

Careers were altered Sunday at WWE Money in the Bank as two Superstars earned themselves guaranteed championship opportunities by withstanding the pain of suffering in the titular match and emerging with their arms raised in victory. The men and women’s ladder matches may have been the night’s most anticipated bouts, but a Universal Championship bout between two of the best wrestlers on the planet in AJ Styles and Seth Rollins and two title defenses by Raw and SmackDown women’s champion Becky Lynch rounded out what was a stacked card for a WWE in need of momentum. Find out with this recap of a pay-per-view that had the potential to be a turning point for Vince McMahon’s scrutinized company. The Usos made the mistake of angering SmackDown tag team champions Daniel Bryan and Rowan from the get-go Sunday night, comparing them to Spongebob and Patrick. The result? A focused beatdown dealt by the titleholders to Jimmy Uso for the majority of the bout. A tag to Jey mounted a babyface comeback, but the power of Rowan proved too much, giving way to a nasty double superplex that downed the challengers. Bryan fired away with a series of hard kicks to the exposed ch...