WWE NXT Results 4/2 - Trick Williams & Carmelo Hayes Meet, Triple Threat #1 Contenders Match

Welcome to Rllegends's results for "WWE NXT" on April 2, 2024, coming to you live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida!

Just four days out from "NXT" Stand & Deliver, Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes will be meeting one another in the ring ahead of their main event match at the Premium Live Event. Tensions between the pair have been building up over the last several weeks, dating back to Hayes' betrayal of Williams after he unsuccessfully challenged Ilja Dragunov for the "NXT" Championship at "NXT" Vengeance Day in February.

"NXT" Tag Team Champions Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin will be finding out who their challengers will be at Stand & Deliver tonight when The OC's Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde of LWO, and Nathan Frazer and Axiom square off in a Triple Threat Number One Contenders match. LWO secured their spot in tonight's match after they defeated OTM on the March 12 episode of "NXT" while The OC and Nathan Frazer and Axiom beat Hank Walker and Tank Ledger and No Quarter Catch Crew respectively on March 19.

Lyra Valkyria will be defending her "NXT" Women's Championship in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania against Roxanne Perez. However, before she does, the two will come face-to-face tonight as Noam Dar hosts the two competitors on "The Supernova Sessions" ahead of his and Meta-Four's hosting duties at the PLE.

In April of last year, Blair Davenport anonymously attacked Sol Ruca and kept her out of action with an injury for a number of months. Ruca has been waiting to get her hands on Davenport since returning at "NXT" Roadblock last month, and tonight, she will have her chance to seek retribution as the two go one-on-one.

Lola Vice issued an open challenge last week to anyone who wanted to face her, to which "Raw" Superstar Natalya answered the call and ultimately emerged victorious after some encouragement from Karmen Petrovic. Tonight, Natalya will be returning the favor as she stands in Petrovic's corner while she takes on Vice. Elsewhere in the women's division, Jacy Jayne will be colliding with Fallon Henley after they came face-to-face in a post match brawl last week that also involved Thea Hail, Kelani Jordan, Jazmyn Nyx, and Kiana James.

Additionally, Lexis King will be taking on Von Wagner in a rematch from the February 27 edition of "NXT" as issues between the two of them and Wagner's associate Mr. Stone continue to rise. "NXT" North American Champion Oba Femi will also be in action as he faces Joe Gacy ahead of his title defense against Josh Briggs and Dijak on Saturday.

We are live! Vic Joseph and Booker T greet audiences at home as Axiom and Nathan Frazer make their way down to the ring. LWO and The OC follow.

The OC vs. LWO vs. Nathan Frazer and Axiom - Winners Face The Wolf Dogs For The NXT Tag Team Titles At Stand & Deliver

Axiom and Del Toro go flying to level Gallows and Anderson on the outside. They get him back in the ring, and the bell sounds. Gallows gains the upper hand over Axiom and begins beating him down, before Anderson tags in. Wilde rolls up Axiom, but Axiom kicks out. Axiom delivers a hurricanrana to Anderson, but Wilde lands a boot on his midsection. Axiom catches Wilde with a Spanish Fly, then tags in Frazer. Frazer delivers a double reverse DDT-DDT to Anderson and Wilde before the now legal Frazer gets caught with an Atomic Drop by Wilde.

Del Toro tags in, and teeters on the top with Axiom and Wilde. Frazer climbs up to join them, but Gallows and Anderson break everyone up and break things up. LWO lands a double missile dropkick on Gallows before Wilde delivers a moonsault off the top and to the outside to all his competitors.

Back from the break, Axiom delivers a Spanish Fly to Wilde off the top rope. Frazer tags in and lands a Frog Splash off the top rope before Axiom follows suit. Axiom delivers a hurricanrana to Anderson, but Gallows gets in the ring and cleans house. Axiom and Frazer deliver a double superkick, and Wilde levels him. Frazer flies to level Wilde and Gallows on the outside, and Anderson pushes Axiom onto everyone else. Del Toro then flies to take out everyone else on the outside, then delivers a dropkick to Anderson off the top rope. He looks for a 450 Splash, but Anderson rolls out of the way and delivers the Magic Killer to Del Toro with Gallows. Frazer then delivers a 450 Splash to Del Toro and pins him for the win.

Winners: Nathan Frazer and Axiom

After the match, Kelly Kincaid joins Nathan Frazer and Axiom in the ring to discuss how they're feeling about their win. Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin appear to stare them down.

Fallon Henley, Thea Hail, and Kelani Jordan then make their way down to the ring.

Back from the break, we see Ilja Dragunov discover a boot that has been put on his car. Associates of Tony D'Angelo then drive up next to him and tell him to get in their car instead.

Back at ringside, Jacy Jayne, Jazmyn Nyx, Kiana James, and Izzi Dame make their way out.

Jacy Jayne (w/ Jazmyn Nyx and Kiana James) vs. Fallon Henley (w/ Kelani Jordan and Thea Hail)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Henley lands a back elbow and trips Jayne, then delivers a single leg dropkick to her head and lands a back elbow in the corner. James captures Henley's attention, allowing Jayne to gain the upper hand. She rains down right hands on Henley on the outside, then gets her back in the ring and delivers a neckbreaker. Jayne lands a back elbow on Henley, then lands a couple Hammer and Anvil elbows and wears her down with a submission hold. Henley connects with a headbutt and a right hand on Jayne, then follows it up with a clothesline and sends her head bouncing off her knee. James grabs Henely's attention once again, but Hail delivers a tope suicida to level her. Jordan becomes involved, and everyone begins brawling with one another on the outside. Henley provides a hand to Hail and fights off James and Dame, but walks into a running knee from Jayne when she gets back in the ring for the win.

Winner: Jacy Jayne

After the match, Jayne sends Hail a message from the Gorilla position as General Manager Ava listens from her spot. Ava tells Jayne to move it along, and Jayne leaves with James, Dame, and Nyx. Hail then storms in and demands a match with Jayne. Ava then makes a Six Woman Tag Team match between Hail, Jordan and Henley, and Jayne, Dame, and James official for Stand & Deliver.

Back at ringside, Lexis King makes his way out. Von Wagner follows.

Lexis King vs. Von Wagner

The bell rings and Wagner wastes no time. He lands a spinebuster on King, then fires off right hands on him and clotheslines King out of the ring. He sends King crashing into the barricade, then gets him back in the ring and sends him crashing face first into the top turnbuckle. He tosses him across the ring, then fires off stomps on him in the corner. King looks to land a crossbody off the middle rope, but Wagner catches him and delivers a Fallaway Slam.

King manages to send Wagner crashing into the ring post shoulder first, then rocks him with a knee to his head from the apron and lands a pair of elbows. King jams his boot into Wagner's jaw, then fires off strikes on him. He follows it up with a twisting neckbreaker and goes for a pin, but Wagner kicks out. King rains down Hammer and Anvil elbows on Wagner. He locks Wagner in a Sleeper hold, but Wagner escapes. King lands a superkick and a second kick, but Wagner delivers a scoop powerslam and follows it up with a boot. He sends King crashing into the mat and chokeslams him onto the apron, then clears the announce desk and looks to powerbomb him through it. Wagner counters into a neckbreaker. The pair get back inside the ring, and King lands The Coronation for the win.

Winner: Lexis King

We then head backstage and see General Manager Ava inform Carmelo Hayes that she has told the referee for his Stand & Deliver match with Trick Williams to be extra lenient. She adds that she has extra referees and security present for his in-ring confrontation with him later tonight.

We then head over and see Natalya give Karmen Petrovic some advice for her upcoming match against Lola Vice before Roxanne Perez interrupts them. Vice then makes her way out to the ring, and both Petrovic and Natalya follow. 

Lola Vice vs. Karmen Petrovic (w/ Natalya)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Petrovic delivers a kick to Vice, then follows it up with a clothesline. Vice responds with a series of knees to Petrovic's midsection, then follows it up with a scissor kick. Petrovic hits a few back elbows on Vice, then fires off kicks on her midsection and delivers a roundhouse kick. She goes for a pin, but Vice kicks out. Vice then stares down Natalya on the outside as she locks in a Sharpshooter on Petrovic. Petrovic taps out.

Winner: Lola Vice

Back from the break, we see Ilja Dragunov dropped off at the location of his dinner with Tony D'Angelo. He comes across several of D'Angelo's associates working with power tools, and sits down at a table for two as D'Angelo and the rest of The Family arrive. D'Angelo takes his seat.

Back at ringside, Meta-Four are standing by.

Meta-Four Hosts Lyra Valkyria and Roxanne Perez on The Supernova Sessions

Noam Dar welcomes fans to "The Supernova Sessions", and says Stand & Deliver is a week out. Oro Mensah, Jakara Jackson, and Lash Legend then brag about being the hosts of the Premium Live Event, and Dar introduces Roxanne Perez and Lyra Valkyria.

Both women make their down to the ring, and Perez says she can't wait for Saturday because she'll get back the title she never lost. Valkyria tells Perez to stop and says she's sick of Perez saying the same thing over and over again. She says Perez is not the "NXT" Women's Champion because Indi Hartwell climbed a ladder faster than her. She reminds Perez of all the times she's been unable to regain the title thus far and says she attributes those losses to other people.

Perez tells Valkyria to stop talking like she knows her because she doesn't. She says she doesn't know what it's like to lose the "NXT" Women's Champion, but she will on Saturday and she'll be knocked off her high horse all the way down to the bottom. Perez says she's a whole new version of her, and says she didn't have it in her to snap at "NXT" Vengeance Day. She says she does now, and while Valkyria thinks losing the title broke her, it made her dangerous.

Valkyria stands up as she says Perez refers to the "NXT" Women's Championship as her title when there have been titleholders since then such as Tiffany Stratton and Becky Lynch. She says while she wins, all Perez does is b**** and she will have a whole lot more to b**** about after Stand & Deliver. Perez gets up to stare down Valkyria, and tells her that she has a whole year of rage built up in her. She says she'll let it all out at Stand & Deliver.

The pair begin brawling, leading to Valkyria sending Perez crashing through the coffee table on "The Supernova Sessions" set.

Oba Femi then makes his way down to the ring. Joe Gacy follows. 

Oba Femi vs. Joe Gacy

Shawn Spears blindsides him on the ramp and clocks him with a chair. Femi dumps him in the ring, and the bell sounds. Gacy fires off right hands on Femi, but Femi responds with a backbreaker and an elbow drop. He lands a right hand on Gacy, then follows it up with a pair of running uppercuts in opposite corners. The pair then end up on the outside, and Gacy charges at Femi on the apron. Femi catches him with a clothesline.

The pair get back inside the ring, and Gacy delivers a suplex to Femi. Gacy then lands a springboard moonsault and sets up for The Upside Down, but Femi avoids it and sends Gacy crashing into the mat. The referee checks on Gacy, and decides to call off the match.

Winner: N/A (no contest)

Arianna Grace then makes her way down to the ring. Wren Sinclair is already waiting inside. 

Wren Sinclair vs. Arianna Grace

The bell rings and the two lock up. Sinclair trips Grace, then follows it up with a dropkick. Grace responds with a series of stomps in the corner and locks in a Boston Crab, but Sinclair escapes and fires off kicks on Grace. Sinclair then lands a clothesline and a crossbody, but Grace rolls Sinclar up (with her hand on the bottom rope) for the win.

Winner: Arianna Grace

Sol Ruca then makes her way down to the ring. 

Back from the break, we head back over to Ilja Dragunov and Tony D'Angelo. Dragunov says he thinks the depths D'Angelo is willing to go are impressive, then says he was shocked by the location D'Angelo chose to invite him to. D'Angelo says the place they're in doesn't represent the end of him, but the end of his "NXT" Championship reign. He says if Dragunov thinks what he's done so far is impressive, then he has no idea what's in store for Saturday. Dragunov says nothing will stop him from being "NXT" Champion, and D'Angelo grabs his hand. He tells Dragunov that he could've taken him out at any point since he walked into the building and he could do it now, but he wants to wait until Saturday for the whole world to see. He tells Dragunov it's just business and nothing personal. Dragunov is then served a meal, and D'Angelo tells him to enjoy his last supper.

Back at ringside, Blair Davenport makes her way down. 

Blair Davenport vs. Sol Ruca

The bell rings and Davenport dropkicks Ruca into the corner. Ruca responds with a kick of her own and an arm drag, but Davenport rocks her with a few right hands. Ruca sends Davenport crashing into the mat, then follows it up with a moonsault and a facebuster. She clotheslines Davenport out of the ring, then lands a kick on her off the apron and charges at her in the corner. Davenport sends her crashing into the ring steps face first.

Back from the break, Ruca delivers three shoulder tackles to Davenport. Davenport delivers a boot to Ruca's midsection, but the pair are both sent crashing out of the ring. They find themselves back inside, and Davenport delivers a suplex to Ruca. Ruca sends Davenport crashing into the middle turnbuckle, then ascends to the top and delivers a variation of a DDT from the top. Davenport sends Ruca crashing into the mat, then looks to land a knee. Ruca counters into a roll up for the win.

Winner: Sol Ruca

Back from the break, Joe Gacy demands a match against Shawn Spears on Saturday. Ava agrees to do so on the Stand & Deliver countdown show.

Back at ringside, Carmelo Hayes and his security guards make their way down to the ring. Trick Williams follows.

Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes Confront One Another In The Ring

Williams says him and Hayes are face-to-face, and they should be happy that they're main eventing the biggest show of the year. He says it wasn't supposed to be like this, and they built a bond so strong. He says they're the first two Black men to main event a "NXT" Premium Live Event ever, and while he wants to be excited about that, he's going to war against a man he used to call his brother.

Hayes says Williams has come a long way since Williams' dark match in Virginia (his third match ever). He says he was nervous and doubted if he belonged in the business, but Hayes was by his side. Hayes says it was them against the world at one point, but at Stand & Deliver, it's him against Williams. Williams says the world will be watching, and Hayes says the world will be watching the same way they did when Willaims ruined everything. Williams tells Hayes he has it backwards and he ruined everything, and Hayes says he ruined it because the hero is the one telling the story. He says if his "NXT" Championship and Williams' North American Championship they both lost were like girlfriends, Williams tried to take his girl (the "NXT" title) as he was trying to win her back. He says at the drop of the beat, Williams went from Hayes' dog to his enemy.

Williams says Hayes can tell his story how he wants, but that's not how things went down. He says he started blowing up and they both knew it, and he told Hayes he wanted to take a chance on himself. He reminds Hayes that he gave him his blessing, and Hayes tell Williams that he was paving the way for him the whole time. He says Williams wanted to believe the hype and started listening to fans tell him he was ready for a position that wasn't open and belongs to him. He says Williams will always take a backseat to him.

Williams says his days of taking a backseat are long gone, and Hayes asks Williams what happened to the humble person he once was. He says he's been hot for three years while Williams has been hot for six months, and says fans love them when they're shining but will Switch like Nintendo when the next guy comes around. Williams says he knows Hayes better than anyone and says he's envious of him, and Hayes says he doesn't care what they think. He says that he'll be the one in the ring with him at Stand & Deliver, and when he shoots, he don't miss. Williams says if Hayes hasn't learned by now, he'll learn by Saturday that he's the man now.

Hayes and Williams begin brawling with one another as officials and Hayes' security run down to separate them. Both Williams and Hayes fight them off and clear the ring, then continue brawling with one another. The locker room then runs down to separate the two men, but Hayes and Williams still continue brawling as the show goes off the air.

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