Date: March 25, 2022
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Sudu Shah

We’re back in Orlando and things have actually been changing a bit as of late. That could open up some doors going forward around here, though I wouldn’t get my hopes up. There are some names who are becoming regulars around here, as the levels of the NXT roster become more defined. Let’s get to it.

Opening sequence.

Joe Gacy vs. Quincy Elliott

Elliott is a rather large man and before the match, Gacy says he deserves a chance. Gacy’s headlock doesn’t get him very far as Elliott hits a shoulder. Some gyrations mess with Gacy so Elliott grabs a headlock. That’s broken up so Gacy stomps him down in the corner before driving in elbows on the mat. The armbar goes on, with Gacy looking a bit crazy. Elliott fights up and hits a splash to the back as Gacy tries a drop down. Gacy gets tied in the Tree of Woe but Harland offers a distraction so Gacy can escape. The handspring lariat finishes Elliott at 4:16.

Result: Joe Gacy b. Quincy Elliott – Handspring lariat (4:16)

Iva Nile vs. Kiana James

This is James’ debut and she talks about working in an office job three months ago. Nile cranks on a wristlock to start before firing off some uppercuts. A running forearm and kick in the corner drop James for two as Malcolm Bivens isn’t looking worried at ringside. James fights out of a neck crank and makes the comeback, including a side slam for two. Nile has had enough though and grabs the dragon sleeper for the tap at 4:16.

Result: Ivy Nile b. Kiana James – Dragon sleeper (4:16)

Jacket Time vs. Edris Enofe/Malik Blade

Blade and Jiro go to the mat to start with neither being able to get much of an advantage. Back up and Blade hits a dropkick before handing it off to Enofe. That works a bit better for Jiro, who hands it off to Kushida for a basement dropkick. Jiro is right back in for the jacket punch but Enofe is right back on the arm.

That’s switched into a half crab but Jiro is right out, meaning Blade needs to come back in to work on the arm. Jiro armdrags his way to freedom though and it’s back to Kushida to clean house. A dive to the floor drops Blade and Jiro comes in off the top for two. Everything breaks down and a belly to back suplex tossed into a sitout powerbomb finishes Kushida at 7:13.

Result: Edris Enofe/Malik Blade – Belly to back suplex/sitout powerbomb combination to Kushida (7:13)

Respect is shown to end the show.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books

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