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NXT TakeOver: New York results: Live updates, recap, grades, card, matches, highlights



BROOKLYN, NY – Two nights before WrestleMania 35 emanates from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the superstars that shine on the NXT will grab the stage all to themselves as NXT TakeOver: New York goes down inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. About the course of the past few years, NXT TakeOver has been a can't-miss event during WrestleMania weekend, and this year is certainly no different.

This could possibly be the most stacked NXT TakeOver card we've seen, with five championships set to be defended in the Barclays Center. In the main event highlighting it all, we will crown a new NXT champion as Johnny Gargano takes on Adam Cole for the title that was vacated by the injured Tommaso Ciampa. When it comes down to it, "can't-miss" may actually be an understatement as it pertains to the card that's on tap for NXT TakeOver: New York on Friday evening in Brooklyn.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way, updating this story live with results, analysis, grades and highlights from the big show.

Keep on scrolling to see the full slate of matches along with the latest results and highlights from the event, and be sure to listen to our preview of the show below and subscribe to our podcast.

NXT TakeOver: New York card

  • NXT Championship (2 -out-of-falls falls): Johnny Gargano vs. Adam Cole
  • NXT Women's Championship : Shayna Baszler (c) vs. Kairi Sane vs. Io Shirai vs. Bianca Belair

NXT TakeOver: New York recap, grades

NXT Tag Team Championship – War Raiders (c) def Ricochet & Aleister Black via pinfall to retain the titles: Talk about a fun way to kick off a TakeOver card. Both teams not only dialed up the expected amount of risk-taking athleticism and stiff striking, their collective comedic timing was also on point. Black and Ricochet teased multiple near falls until the champions were able to defend their crown when Hanson and Rowe hit Ricochet with a tandem leg drop off the top rope. In fact, Nuck sent off for Black and Ricochet before Sunday's SmackDown title match at WrestleMania. Grade: B +

NXT North American Championship – Velveteen Dream (c) def. Matt Riddle via pinfall to retain the title : It took longer than expected for this one to heat up and the physical chemistry between them to begin to manifest. When it did, the final third of the match was hot fire. Dream creatively mixed in a number of well-known finishing moves from the Codebreaker to the Fameasser. He also took up the crowd in an extended sequence in which he mimicked Hulk Hogan. Riddle, meanwhile, in his biggest NXT match to date, lived up to the moment despite his first WWE defeat. Dramatic reversals became the norm down the stretch until Dream reversed a Bromission attempt to roll up Riddle for the 1-2-3. Both wrestlers, who will likely meet again for years to come on the main roster, embraced each other in a show of respect after the match. Grade: B +

WWE UK Championship – WALTER def. Pete Duke (c) via pinfsll to win the title: Thin, who entered as the longest reigning champion of any child currently in WWE, saw his brilliant run as U.K. champ come to an end in what can best be described as a war of attrition. The physical match was also a strong introduction to casual American fans as to just how unique the Austrian big man Walter truly is as a stiff striker and sneaky athlete, which meshed well at times opposite Dunne's intensity and joint-manipulating style. The problem was the match was too long and littered with a total amount of false finishes. While the big spots were well done, they failed to connect with the more mundane moments. Grade: C +

NXT TakeOver: New York live results, highlights

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