WWE NXT Results 6/11 - Singapore Cane Match, Jaida Parker Squares Off With Michin & More

Welcome to Rllegends's results for "WWE NXT" on June 11, 2024, coming to you live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida!

Lexis King and Dante Chen have faced one another in the ring twice over the course of the past few weeks, and they will be doing so once again tonight. It won't be in just any ordinary match however, as they will be colliding in a Singapore Cane Match. In their past two encounters on the May 21 and May 28 episodes of "NXT", Chen was ultimately the one who came out on top.

"NXT" Battleground was filled with plenty of matches and memorable moments this past Sunday, but perhaps one of the most notable was the Six Woman Ladder Match to crown the inaugural North American Champion. While Kelani Jordan was the one to climb the ladder, grab the title, and make history, Jaida Parker and Michin both came close to capturing the title and went after one another several times in the match. Tonight, they look to put their issues to rest as they go one-on-one.

A huge six man tag team match is set for tonight as Gallus will be squaring off with Wes Lee and New Catch Republic. Lee and Joe Coffey met one another in the ring on Sunday when they both challenged Oba Femi for the North American Championship, and Mark Coffey and Wolfgang made sure Lee didn't emerge victorious when they became involved in the match. Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate subsequently announced that they would be Lee's tag team partner in a video posted to WWE's X page, being no strangers to Gallus themselves.

Je'Von Evans has been on a nine match winning streak in both televised and non-televised matches since the April 16 edition of "NXT". Tonight, he looks to emerge victorious once again as he goes head-to-head with Shawn Spears. Evans and Spears came face-to-face with one another during last weeks edition of "NXT" when Evans found Josh Briggs laid out in the Gorilla Position as Spears stood over him, which led to a major pull apart brawl between them at ringside.

Additionally, Wendy Choo and Eddy Thorpe will both be making their long awaited returns tonight following videos that have aired teasing appearances over the past couple of weeks. Reigning Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes will also be making an appearance on tonight's show after teasing it on his X page on Sunday.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video recapping some of the highlights from Battleground on Sunday.

Vic Joseph and Booker T then greet audiences at home as Kelani Jordan makes her way down to the ring.

We Hear From Kelani Jordan

Jordan says she's won many championships in gymnastics, but says nothing compares to being the first Women's North American Championship. She says the Six Woman Ladder Match was a battle, and says as the first titleholder, it's up to her to bring prestige to the title. She says no one can do it like her.

Jaida Parker's music hits, and she makes her way down to the ring. She says the only thing Jordan proved is she could climb a ladder quickly, and says when she beats Michin, the only thing Jordan will be hearing is "and new".

Michin then blindsides Parker from behind.

Jaida Parker vs. Michin

The bell rings and Mcihin fires off right hands on Parker. Parker returns the favor, but Michin rains down more right hands on Parker. Parker fires off shoulders on Michin in the corner, then delivers a bodyslam to her. Michin responds with a kick and a chop to Parker, then fires off headbutts on her and lands a cannonball in the corner. She goes for a pin, but Parker kicks out. 

Michin delivers a German suplex to Parker, then looks to land a cannonball on Parker on the corner. Parker moves out of the way, and Michin is sent crashing into the ring post shoulder first. Parker drapes Michin across the middle turnbuckle, then delivers a modified hip attack.

Back from the break, Parker delivers a pair of shoulder tackles of Michin and follows it up with a codebreaker to her arm. She then delivers another shoulder tackle and wears down Michin with a submission. Michin delivers a hurricanrana to Parker, then levels her with a clothesline and a superkick. Michin lands a Tornado DDT on Parker, then sets up for Eat Defeat. Parker avoids it and sends Michin crashing into the mat face first, then delivers a Hip attack that sends her crashing to the outside.

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson appear at ringside to support Michin, and Parker gets Michin back in the ring. She pins her, but Michin kicks out. Parker grabs a chair from under the ring and looks to use it on Michin, but Anderson grabs the chair from her as Gallows distracts the referee. Michin takes advantage and rolls up Parker for the win.

Winner: Michin

Back from the break, we head over to the Chase U classroom, where Duke Hudson and Riley Osborne are arguing with Ridge Holland over him aligning himself with the stable as Andre Chase stands by. Thea Hail walks in and calms everyone down, then says Osborne, Hudson, and Chase have all made mistakes. She tells them they all need to get on the same page.

Back at ringside, Gallus makes their way down. Wes Lee and New Catch Republic follows.

Gallus vs. Wes Lee and New Catch Republic

Bate and Wolfgang begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Wolfgang lands an uppercut on Bate, then tags in Mark. The pair go back and forth, and Bate delivers an arm drag to Mark. Dunne tags in and delivers a double stomp off the top rope to Mark's arm, then snaps Mark's fingers. He wears Mark with a calf submission, then lands a boot on the side of his face. Joe gets in the ring, but Dunne levels him with an enzuigiri and tags in Lee.

Lee tags out to Bate, then delivers a stomp on Mark's fingers with Bate before they both deliver a double kick to his head. The now legal Bate delivers an Airplane Spine to Mark as Dunne and Lee level Joe and Wolfgang on the outside.

Back from the break, Bate rolls up Joe but Joe kicks out. Joe delivers a backbreaker to Bate, then tags in Wolfgang. Wolfgang levels Bate with a variation of a senton and goes for a pin, but Dunne breaks the fall. Mark tags in, and Bate levels him with a rebound clothesline. Joe tags in and prevents Bate from tagging out to Dunne, then charges at Bate in the corner. Bate lands a boot on Joe, then tags in Lee.

Lee delivers an enzuigiri to an interfering Wolfgang and a hurricanrana to an interfering Mark, then levels Wolfgang with a Tornado DDT and delivers a poisonrana to Joe. He goes for a pin, but Mark breaks the fall. Dunne lands a strike on Mark, but Mark dumps Dunne on the apron. Dunne snaps Mark's fingers, and Bate levels him with a strike. Dunne flies off the apron to level Wolfgang and Mark on the outside.

Lee delivers a meteora to Joe back in the ring, then ascends to the top and flies to level everyone on the outside. He looks to fly off the top rope, but Joe catches him with a clothesline that turns him inside out for the win.

Winners: Gallus

We then head backstage, where Jaida Parker vents her frustrations about losing to Michin to Bronco Nima and Lucien Price.

Back from the break, we head over to a video of Sol Ruca preparing for the Six Woman Ladder Match to crown the inaugural Women's North American Championship this past weekend.

Brinley Reece, Edris Enofe, and Malik Blade then make their way down to the ring. Wendy Choo follows, sporting a new look.

Wendy Choo vs. Brinley Reece (w/ Edris Enofe and Malik Blade)

The bell rings and Choo wastes no time going after Reece. She fires off right hands on her, then delivers an elbow drop and creepily smiles and stares down Reece. Reece lands a forearm on Choo, but Choo turns around and delivers a headbutt to her. She follows it up with a low flatliner and goes for a pin, but Reece kicks out. Reece lands a bodyslam, but Choo catches reece with a clothesline and locks in a Body Scissors. Reece taps out.

Winner: Wendy Choo

Back from the break, Cody Rhodes makes his way down to the ring.

Cody Rhodes Gives Some Advice To Trick Williams

Rhodes says it's magical in the Performance center, and says it's well known that there's a certain magic when it comes to "NXT". He then promotes WWE Clash At The Castle and his I Quit Match against AJ Styles for the Undisputed WWE Championship.

Trick Williams' music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring. Williams calls for fans to make some noise for Rhodes, then says he feels like he and Rhodes have had similar journeys. He says he and Rhodes are both top champions, but they both had to climb huge mountains to get to where they are today. He says now that they're both on the other side of the mountain, they got what they were both chasing and have targets on their backs. He asks Rhodes how he deals with going from being the hunter to the hunted.

Rhodes tells Williams that all of their peers are judging them and thinking they could be better titleholders. He says even though he and Williams have conquered mountains, there's always another mountain to climb. He then tells Williams that Ava has granted him the opportunity to tell him how his next challenger for the "NXT" Championship will be determined, and reveals it will be in a 25 Man Battle Royal. He says Williams may know some of them, but some may be from other locker rooms.

Rhodes looks to leave, but Williams stops him and asks Rhodes if he'll be coming to the cookout. Rhodes says he will be, and the pair hug one another in the center of the ring.

Back from the break, Lexis King makes his way down to the ring. 

Lexis King vs. Dante Chen in a Singapore Cane Match

Chen cracks a Singapore Cane across King's spine a couple of times. The bell rings and the bell sounds. Chen continues going after King and delivers a back body drop before the pair take turns hitting one another with Singapore Canes. King delivers a superkick to Chen, then fires off right hands on him and cracks a Singapore Cane across Chen. He then bodyslams Chen onto a pile of Singapore Canes and cracks one across him, then grabs a second one after the first one breaks. He hits Chen with it and uses his foot to jam it into Chen in the corner.

Chen fires off right hands on King and tries grabbing the Singapore Cane from him, but King prevents him from doing so and hits Chen with it once again. He then uses it to lock in a submission on Chen. King clocks Chen from behind using the Singapore Cane and goes for a pin, but Chen kicks out. King then hits Chen repeatedly with a Singapore Cane, then drapes it across the middle turnbuckle. Chen sends King crashing into the Singapore Cane in the corner, then hits King with a Singapore Cane repeatedly until it breaks. He grabs a second one and continues cracking it across King, then goes for a pin. King kicks out, and Chen uses a Singapore Cane to deliver a Monkey Flip. he sends King crashing to the outside, then grabs a Singapore Cane and delivers a tope suicida to King using it. He grabs another Singapore Cane and hits King with it multiple times, but King uses a Singapore Cane of his own to low blow Chen. He grabs his specter and hits Chen with it twice, then lands The Coronation using it for the win.

Winner: Lexis King

We then head backstage to Jacy Jayne and Jazmyn Nyx, who encounter Cody Rhodes. Rhodes gives Jayne his nose guard from his days of being "dashing" to wear in place of the current one she has.

Back from the break, we see Michin emerge from Ava's office and tells Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson that after their win tonight, she's secured a Women's North American Championship match against Kelani Jordan.

Back at ringside, Eddy Thorpe makes his way down to the ring. Tavion Heights is already waiting inside.

Eddy Thorpe vs. Tavion Heights

The bell rings and the two lock up. They take turns locking in submission holds on one another before Thorpe delivers a crossbody to Height and turns him inside out. He fires off kicks on Heights in the corner, then connects with a back suplex. Heights lands a belly-to-belly throw, then whips Thorpe into the corner and fires off forearms on him. Heights gets Thorpe up on his shoulder, but Thorpe tries escaping. Heights hangs onto Thorpe and sends him crashing into the mat face first, then delivers a T-Bone suplex to him.

Thorpe fires off knees on Heights' head, then lands a couple of elbows and chops before connecting with a pair of back elbows and an uppercut. He lands a kick on Heights, then delivers a German suplex and his signature elbow drop. He then sends Heights crashing into the mat with an elevated DDT for the win.

Winner: Eddy Thorpe

We then head backstage and see No Quarter Catch Crew had been watching the match from backstage. Charlie Dempsey tells Myles Borne to bring Heights to him, but Borne and Damon Kemp voice their hesitance with the idea of adding a new member to NQCC. Dempsey reminds Kemp that he lost his "NXT" Heritage Cup match against Tony D'Angelo last week and tells Borne once again to get Heights. Borne then goes off searching for Heights.

Back from the break, Je'Von Evans makes his way down to the ring. Shawn Spears follows.

Je'Von Evans vs. Shawn Spears

The bell rings and Spears wastes no time. He fires off right hands on Evans, then lands a chop on him and executes a Thesz Press. Evans delivers a hurricanrana to Spears, then delivers a chop to him in the corner and sends him crashing into the top turnbuckle face first. Spears delivers a chop on Evans, then fires off right hands on Spears in the corner. Spears fires off shoulders on Evans' midsection, then connects with a chop and follows it up with a dropkick. Evans then delivers a dropkick to Spears on the outside through the ropes and delivers a kick to his face.

Back from the break, Spears locks in a Half Boston Crab on Evans. Evans makes his way to the bottom rope to break the hold, and Spears delivers a chop to Evans. Evans lands a roundhouse kick on Spears' head, then lands a variation of a Blue Thunder Bomb. Evans lands a knee on Spears, but Spears rocks Evans with a superkick on Evans and follows it up with a hanging DDT off the top rope.

Evans rolls up Spears, but Spears kicks out. Evans then lands a cutter off the top rope, but Spears rolls out of the ring before Evans can pin him. Evans then delivers a tope suicida to Spears, then flies off the barricade to level him. Evans then looks to fly off the ropes, but Spears moves out of the way and Evans is sent crashing into the announce desk face first. Spears then gets Evans in the ring and delivers C4 to him for the win.

Winner: Shawn Spears

We then head backstage and see Nathan Frazer, Axiom, and New Catch Republic get into a verbal exchange with The Family.

Back from the break, we head backstage and see Shawn Spears tell Cody Rhodes he's intending to win the 25 Man Number One Contenders Battle Royal for the "NXT" Championship last week. Ethan Page and Lexis King walk in and voice their intention to do the same, and Rhodes tells them all they seem like they're in the right place.

Back at ringside, Roxanne Perez makes her way down to the ring.

We Hear From Roxanne Perez

Perez brags about retaining her "NXT" Women's Championship, and says she's standing atop of the greatest women's division of all time. She says she proved there's levels to this at Battleground, and says no one is on her level. She says fans are finding out just what she can do, and says there's one woman who needs to come out to thank her: Ava.

Ava's music hits, and she makes her way out. She says she had a feeling this would happen, and tells Perez she must be expecting her to congratulate her. She congratulates her, then questions why Perez wants her to thank you. Perez says Ava finds a way to make everything about her, then tells her whoever she arranged for her to defend her title next, she will find a way to retain it.

Jacy Jayne and Jazmyn Nyx then make her way out and Jayne tells Perez that since she won the "NXT" Women's Championship, she has lost her sweet and innocent personality. She says Perez also lost her memory, and says she was running things in "NXT" long before she appeared. Nyx then says herself and Jayne are the biggest threats to her title.

Lash Legend and Jakara Jackson then make their way out, and Legend says that Meta-Four has made headlines and created moments every single week. Jackson says that Legend was inches away from becoming the Women's North American Championship.

Lola vice then makes her way down, and says you can't talk about Battleground without talking about "NXT" Underground. She says everyone in the ring wants what Perez has, but Perez is on another level. She says she's on the same level.

Jackson disputes Vice's point, and Vice lands a kick on Jackson's head. Everyone then begins brawling, and Perez and Vice send them all crashing out of the ring. The two are left standing, and Vice eyes Perez's "NXT" Women's Championship as the show goes off the air.

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