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WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 Results, Viewing Party & More

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Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE NXT VENGEANCE DAY 2024 pay-per-view!

The event is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 8 p.m.

Follow along here throughout the show for the results of each match as well as my personal thoughts on everything throughout the night down after the separation bar.

Keep refreshing for new updates, check out the quick results at the top of the page for the winners and chat it up with everyone in the comments as the show goes on!

Quick Hits Results:

  • Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals: The Wolf Dogs (Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker) defeated Trick Melo Gang (Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams) by pinfall to win the tournament.
  • No Disqualification Match: Dijak defeated Joe Gacy by pinfall.
  • Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match: The D’Angelo Family (Tony D’Angelo, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo and Adriana Rizzo) defeated OTM (Bronco Nima, Lucien Price and Jaida Parker, with SCRYPTS) by pinfall.
  • Triple Threat Match for the NXT Women’s Championship: Lyra Valkyria (c) defeated Lola Vice and Roxanne Perez by pinfall on Vice to retain
  • Singles match for the NXT North American Championship: Oba Femi (c) defeated Dragon Lee by pinfall.
  • Singles match for the NXT Championship: Ilja Dragunov (c) defeated Trick Williams by pinfall.

Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals: The Wolf Dogs vs. Trick Melo Gang

  • Before we get started, let me specify that I’m so bummed out about the Cody Rhodes situation with The Rock, that that’s made me not even want to watch any wrestling (WWE or NXT, or even AEW) so despite these NXT talents having nothing to do with it, they’re going to have to try even harder tonight to get me in the mood to watch and get into it. #WeWantCody
  • On the kickoff, Baron Corbin gave Bron Breakker some words of encouragement about the bidding war over him for Raw and SmackDown. He also said he had a special entrance planned for tonight and didn’t give Breakker a heads-up. But on their entrance, they both came out on motorcycles regardless.
  • Ouch. Breakker got his head caught up between the ropes for a second. He immediately got out of it, though, thankfully with seemingly no injury. That could have been really bad.
  • Very nice back-and-forth action here. Considering the 4 guys involved, that isn’t surprising.
  • As I type that, Trick and Corbin botch a neckbreaker spot. But whatever. It was fast enough most people won’t notice.
  • And with that, Breakker gets a pin on Hayes to win the Dusty Cup. Part 1 of the heartbreak tonight for Trick.

No Disqualification Match: Dijak vs. Joe Gacy

  • I said recently that after all this time of badmouthing Joe Gacy in Schism, this new character is finally starting to work for me. Here’s hoping this match keeps that upward trend going and I don’t regret saying that.
  • He’s keeping the old entrance theme, but with some new TitanTron graphics.
  • Dueling nightsticks / batons / whatever you call them. Fans naturally still want tables right out of the gate, though. Seems like they’re going to have to settle for trash cans, chairs and duct tape for the moment at least.
  • Gacy pulls out a bin of toy cars and little army men figures and dumps them on a table. That’s going to hurt to go through. Let’s see how that comes into play later.
  • Dijak is the one that goes through it, by the way.
  • Gacy duct tapes Dijak’s eyes to effectively blind him. Nice touch! I don’t remember if we’ve ever seen that in a match before. That allows Gacy an opportunity to just wallop Dijak with a kendo stick. Dijak’s still able to hit Feast Your Eyes, but he can’t see Gacy to go pin him.
  • After breaking free from the duct tape and hitting Gacy with a baton and another Feast Your Eyes, Dijak gets the win, but Gacy is laughing.

Backstage, sales of the Chase U calendar are going great. Starting tomorrow, they’ll be available on WWE Shop and Fanatics. Everyone praises how Jacy Jayne is a genius that saved Chase University.

Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match: The D’Angelo Family vs. OTM

  • After seeing The Wolf Dogs come out on their motorcycles, OTM comes out on normal bikes.
  • They’re attacked from behind by surprised by The D’Angelo Family, who came out from the crowd directly to the ring while OTM was looking at the entranceway.
  • Not much to talk about specifically here. They’re just having a rather normal match,a ll things considered.
  • Adriana Rizzo is doing well enough. Not some star-making performance, but she’s new, and she’s doing fine.
  • Eventually, The Family just gets the win. This was a filler match.

Kiana James and Izzi Dame had some drinks outside and have Kelani Jordan in their sights, for some reason.

Backstage, Trick asks Melo why he took a spear from Breakker. Melo says he did it to protect Trick for later in the title match. Trick wants Melo to be ringside for the match.

NXT Women’s Championship: Lyra Valkyria (c) vs. Roxanne Perez vs. Lola Vice

  • No real “woooo” noise from the audience for Lyra Valkyria’s theme. I guess that’s just over with the Orlando crowd.
  • Feathers all over the ring. Someone get a broom.
  • Even contest so far. Roxanne’s playing more heel for sure.
  • Lola Vice is out. Tatum Paxley wants to stop her from using her Breakout contract. Lola pushes her aside, though. The match has now turned into a Triple Threat match, officially!
  • I’m surprised this has gone on as long as it has after that surprise, instead of it just being the tail end of it like a normal cash-in.
  • Roxanne hit her finisher, but Tatum took her out of the ring. Valkyria took advantage of the situation, pinned Vice and there we go, she retains.
  • Frankly, I’m not a fan of the outcome. It seems like WWE is pulling the stall card and wants to run back Lyra/Roxanne at Stand & Deliver, but that isn’t a good enough story or interesting feud to justify it. This match was bland, neither can cut a good promo, and what else is there to tell? Roxanne continues to be more upset and turns heel and…what? Nothing will have changed. Lame. This is the weakest the NXT Women’s Championship has been since its inception, I’d argue.

Backstage, Riley Osborne asked Thea Hail to be his valentine. She naturally stammered an enthusiastic yes.

This vignette airs to hype up someone (unknown):

NXT Roadblock is set for March 5th.

NXT North American Championship: Oba Femi (c) vs. Dragon Lee

  • Let me get that “Oba Femi retained by pinfall” text ready before this match starts.
  • Standard big power guy versus small high-flyer match going on.
  • Nothing for me to report on. It’s just a match.
  • The most interesting thing (albeit not really) was Femi throwing Lee into the commentary area. A few of his tosses were neat, but not too memorable.
  • And then, Oba Femi retained by pinfall. It was what it was.

Backstage, Riley Osborne and Lexis King got into a fight. Also, Ava was interviewed by Kelly Kincaid about how this has been such a super fantastic awesome amazing wonderful pay-per-view. She puts a reminder in about Roadblock on March 5 and calls Stand & Deliver the potential to be the biggest event in NXT history, and plugs Battleground. Entirely a segment of patting NXT on the back. Followed by a reminder about the WrestleMania press event this Thursday.

Last Tuesday, Malik Blade (and Edris Enofe) was looking on the positive side of things with Brinley Reece about all the good things that have been going on lately, as well as breaking down the negatives. Nathan Frazer and Axiom interrupted to oddly talk some trash about how Blade and Enofe suck, setting up a match between the two teams on Tuesday. Reece cartwheeled out of frame. King versus Osborne is also happening Tuesday, as well as the Dusty Cup celebration for The Wolf Dogs.

And now, we’re killing even more time with Roxanne Perez and Lola Vice fighting backstage.

NXT Championship: Ilja Dragunov (c) vs. Trick Williams

  • Fans are very much pro-Trick here. Dragunov even gets booed when he’s psyching himself up at one point.
  • Dragunov has a bloody nose. Trick has a bloody mouth.
  • They’re battling it out. Seems like everything is still pro-Trick.
  • Dragunov blasted Melo from behind, forcing him to fall forward and land on Trick’s leg.
  • Trick kicks out of an H-Bomb to a huge pop.
  • Dragunov kicks out of a big kick from Trick, to a big exasperation sigh.
  • Ref bump that also takes out Melo. Nobody’s there to count a pinfall for Trick! New referee comes out, but it’s too late, as Dragunov kicks out.
  • That prompted a “ref, you suck” chant from the audience.
  • Torpedo Moscow gets the win for Dragunov. Crowd is deflated, almost as if Dragunov is a heel.
  • It’s a shame I don’t have as much faith that WWE will figure out the Cody Rhodes situation in the right way compared to how much faith I have that Trick Williams is winning this NXT Championship at Stand & Deliver. At least Shawn Michaels is going to do the right thing.
  • Melo hugged Trick after the match, saying they were so close and he’s his boy. Immediately after, he takes out Trick’s leg and then attacks him with a steel chair. This leads to “f*ck you, Melo” and “Melo sucks” chants breaking out and Melo taunting the crowd to end the show.

Tell us your thoughts on WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 in the comments section, and tune in to my live post-show podcast immediately following the event by clicking on the YouTube video below!

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