WWE NXT Worlds Collide 2022 Results, Viewing Party & More


Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE NXT WORLDS COLLIDE 2022 pay-per-view!

The event is scheduled to start at 3:30 p.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 4 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:

  • NXT North American Championship Match: Carmelo Hayes (c) defeated Ricochet by pinfall.
  • Fatal 4-Way Elimination Tag Team Championship Unification Match: Pretty Deadly defeated NXT Tag Team Champions The Creed Brothers, NXT UK Tag Team Champions Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen and Gallus to win and unify the titles!
  • Triple Threat Title Unification Match: NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose defeated NXT UK Women’s Champion Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport to unify the titles.
  • Katana Chance and Kayden Carter (c) defeated Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. by pinfall.
  • Title Unification Match: NXT Champion Bron Breakker defeated NXT UK Champion Tyler Bate by pinfall.

Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:


  • It took 13 minutes to get the feed up. YouTube kept running the same commercial on repeat, while Peacock was down entirely. Great start!
  • Nothing else happened on the kickoff. It was just a rundown of the matches.

NXT North American Championship Match

  • Carmelo Hayes had an interesting entrance, showing off jerseys of all the people he’s beaten to win/retain the North American Championship from, ending with Ricochet, already. Some good mind games. I dig it!
  • Lots of energy between these two. As expected, this is a lot of fun.
  • Colliding (to borrow a word) mid-air. Cool! As Wade Barrett put it, “A mid-air dogfight where only gravity was the winner.” That’s a good line.
  • Trick Williams pulled Carmelo’s leg under the ropes to save him from a pin after an awesome Recoil.
  • Taking care of that distraction allowed Hayes to capitalize and score a close two-count. Hayes is bleeding from the mouth now.
  • Very nice superplex from Ricochet to turn things around back into his favor.
  • Hayes hits a Codebreaker of his own for a near-fall. Ricochet follows it up with a roll-up for an EXTREMELY close two-count (one of those “2 and a half” counts).
  • Williams interferes again. It gives Hayes enough time to avoid a shooting star press and turn it into a roll-up for the win. Hayes retains, just barely.
  • Great match to kick things off. I’m not surprised, given how talented these two are.

Earlier today in the parking lot, Roderick Strong was attacked and taken away in an ambulance. Ivy Nile left with him. Damon Kemp stuck around to support The Creed Brothers.

NXT Tag Team Championship & NXT UK Tag Team Championship Fatal 4-Way Unification Match

  • Kit Wilson tagging himself in, trying for a pin, then running straight to tag in Wolfgang and bolt out of the ring is classic heel work.
  • Pretty early on here, Fallon Henley and Lash Legend are in the ring fighting each other. I figured this wouldn’t come about until after the first elimination. Everyone has someone ringside with them, though. The Creed Brothers have Kemp. Gallus has Joe Coffey. They’ll likely start fighting, too.
  • Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs are eliminated (Jensen pinned by Mark Coffey).
  • We’ve got a UK alliance against Julius and Brutus, but Gallus turns the fight back to Pretty Deadly after that.
  • Gallus is eliminated (Julius pinned Wolfgang). There goes my pick to win this match.
  • Gallus keeps causing a fuss. Briggs and Jensen are involved in the brawl, too. The referee’s taken out in the process.
  • Kit Wilson tried to use a steel chair, but Kemp interfered. Then, Kemp grabbed the chair and nailed Julius in the back!
  • Pretty Deadly is able to capitalize and win the titles!
  • I would have picked Gallus to win. That’s disappointing. But oh well. The heel turn for Kemp is a good decision, but it doesn’t make much sense how it was executed. Why protect Julius before attacking him? We’re not supposed to think about that, I guess.

Backstage, Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo offered a spot in the family to Cameron Grimes. In D’Angelo’s mind, he fired Legado del Fantasma. They didn’t quit. Grimes turned down the offer.

NXT Women’s Championship & NXT UK Women’s Championship Triple Threat Unification Match

  • “Let’s go Mandy!” vs. “Davenport!” chants. Nothing for Meiko Satomura?
  • They’ve done a good job so far of allowing everyone to have moments on top, rather than one of them being a weak link.
  • They’ve gone with the suggestion I had before, about Mandy winning by stealing a pin from Meiko.
  • Solid match. Not as good as the previous two in some ways, but just as good in other ways.

NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship Match

  • Apparently, with this match, Nikki A.S.H. becomes the only woman to have challenged for all women’s titles in WWE at this point.
  • Nothing too much to talk about here. It’s just been a generic match. Not bad, but not noteworthy.
  • Toxic Attraction’s coming out. They’re targeting more Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. That gives KC and KC a chance to capitalize and retain via pinfall.
  • I’m very curious about this. Had Mandy Rose lost, I’d have assumed maybe Toxic Attraction is getting a main roster call-up. Hm…

The Dyad is recruiting. They tried to get Grayson Waller, but he declined. Someone in a red hoodie took a pin in the background, though, while Waller talked to McKenzie Mitchell about Apollo Crews suffering a scratched cornea. He doesn’t need friends or family. All he needs to get to the top of NXT is The Grayson Waller Effect.

NXT Championship & NXT UK Championship Unification Match

  • I’m always fond of the heart beat effect and showing the champions backstage, preparing to walk out. I love that sound effect.
  • Bate’s getting the second entrance. That’s interesting. I still think Breakker wins, but that could be their effort to boost Bate’s perception at the last second.
  • Since Bate is smaller, they’re playing him up as a high-flyer in this match, in comparison. Normally, that’s not the case.
  • Solid action. Both are taking the fight to their opponent and looking strong.
  • Nice spot with the Bop and Bang not working on Breakker. He’s scouted his opponent and was ready for the fake-out.
  • The crowd was eating up a near-fall with Breakker barely kicking out.
  • Bate gets his foot on the ropes to save himself from the powerslam.
  • Breakker is able to nail Bate with a spear to win by pinfall.
  • Very good match. Two thumbs up.

Check out my live post-show podcast immediately after the event for even more thoughts!

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