Tonight’s WWE Tuesday Night NXT is live on a tape delay from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The Creed Brothers are at backstage. They’re full from Christmas dinner but they’re hoping Indus Sher is watching as Julius Creed takes on JD McDonagh. We see JD McDonagh at backstage now. He’s glad the holidays are over so he can inflict more pain on The Creed Brothers. We got to the ring, Vic Joseph welcomes us and he’s joined at ringside by WWE Hall of Famer Booker T.

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– Julius Creed defeated JD McDonagh via pinfall. After the match, Julius Creed stands tall.The Creed Brothers are in the ring now while Indus Sher appear on the apron. Veer Mahaan and Sanga say now that Julius Creed has proved himself, they are now ready to face both brothers. Indus Sher will get their respect in two weeks at New Year’s Evil when they destroy both of The Creed Brothers. The two teams have words to end segment.
– McKenzie Mitchell at backstage with Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo and Tony D’Angelo now. She asks about tonight’s title match against NXT North American Champion Wes Lee. Tony D’Angelo says he’s feeling great. He says on the last NXT of 2022 he will get his first title, other than the title of The Don. Tony has been waiting for this for a long time now. Lee took a few months off his career, and now he will hit Wes Lee where it hurts. 
McKenzie Mitchell brings up Donovan Dijak possibly being a threat. Tony D’Angelo dismisses the idea and says Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo took care of that issue last week. Stacks says he laid down the law in their closed-door meeting, so let’s just say Donovan Dijak won’t be an issue tonight, and The Don will win the gold. Stacks excuses them because Tony D’Angelo has a title to win.
– The Schism is somewhere at backstage – Joe Gacy, Rip Fowler, Jagger Reid, Ava Raine. Joe Gacy says they are aware that their lifestyle is intimidating other groups in NXT, and anyone who has crossed their paths in 2022 has felt their mercy, and they have not been treated favorably. Rip Fowler addresses Edris Enofe, Malik Blade and Odyssey Jones and says The Schism can see their emotional damage they’ve instilled, they’ve felt their emotional state, and controlling their actions do not serve them, it just digs deeper the cavity of anguish that they try and repair, adds Reid. 
Ava Raine says their attempts to fill voids with temporary solutions lead to longterm insecurities, while The Schism is the definition of living your best life. Rip Fowler says the babyfaces wear masks of fake happiness but The Schism sees through the charades as real joey is supposed to be fruitful and multiplied, not consumed and disregarded for social clout. Gacy says they do have some redeeming qualities, like loyalty, but the babyfaces must continue to nurture that. Gacy says tonight The Schism will show them that above all else the togetherness is what binds them, and allows them to grow beyond their individual limits because they are 4 roots 1 tree. 
– Wendy Choo defeated Cora Jade via pinfall. After the match, Wendy Choo stands tall and talks some trash from the entrance-way while Cora Jade recovers in the ring.
– Ikemen Jiro is walking at backstage, without his jacket, and he’s fired up to face Scrypts. Jiro says his jacket is who he is, what makes him number one, and without the jacket he’s just Jiro, not Ikemen. He goes on and says tonight he will beat Scrypts and take back what is his, and tonight everyone will smile.
– Josh Briggs at backstage hyping up Fallon Henley for The Battle for The Bar against Kiana James. Brooks Jensen is still obsessed with James and there’s some tension between the stablemates over who Jensen is actually supporting tonight.
– Scrypts defeated Ikemen Jiro via pinfall. After the match, Scrypts stands tall and places Jiro’s jacket over him and exits the ring to boos.
– We get a new night club vignette for Oro Mensah. He says he’s in the middle of the action, the social phenomenon, because the night life maximizes all senses. When the music is hitting right, it’s not about the work week or your problems, or stress, it’s about that moment, that interactive moment that can only be replicated in the ring. Mensah is bringing that vibe to NXT.
– We get a new promo from Alba Fyre, who has a warning for Isla Dawn. Alba Fyre says Isla Dawn’s mystical darkness has pushed her to her breaking point. Dawn tried to ruin her vision and break her hand, but she’s awakened an unfamiliar fire, which has saved Fyre’s soul. Alba Fyre says her ancestors are more powerful than the darkness of Dawn’s spirits. She says we will see who is laughing last because next week it will be Anything Goes. Fyre poses with her bat and says this will be an extreme resolution, not just to end the year, but to end Isla Dawn as well.
– Lyra Valkyrie defeated Lash Legend via pinfall. After the match, Valkyria stands tall and poses in the corner as fans cheer her on.
– We got a new promo from Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne. They say 2022 was the year of Toxic Attraction, they built an empire, the greatest women’s group in NXT and WWE history. They say name another faction that despite their ultimate success, didn’t experience a heartbreaking loss as we see Roxanne Perez winning the NXT Women’s Title but no mention of Mandy Rose. They say even at their lowest the eyes of the world have never shifted from the attraction of NXT. People are wondering what’s next, but they promise to rebuild, reconstruct, and return to glory, but it will start with taking down the woman that took down down their empire. The vignette included shots of Perez, but none of Rose.
– McKenzie Mitchell at backstage with NXT Champion Bron Breakker. She asks about Grayson Waller’s steel plate trap last week. Breakker admits he fell for Waller’s trap, but he’s all recovered now and he’s not in the mood for games, so he’s going to the ring to call Waller out for a fight tonight. McKenzie hates to be the one to say this but Waller is not here tonight. She says Waller left a video for Breakker. 
We see Grayson Waller back at home in Sydney, Australia, and he’s all smiles. Waller says he bets Bron Breakker is still pissed for being embarrassed last week. He can’t believe Bron fell for that. Waller praises Bron as being the most dangerous man in NXT… he’s big, fast, strong, and hits harder than the others, but as good as Bron is, Waller is smarter. Waller says as much as he’d love to be there to face-off with Bron, fortunately for Bron he had to come home. What better place to prepare for becoming champion than the most beautiful place on Earth – Sydney, Australia? We see some of the sights of Sydney, and Waller out & about. He toasts a drink to Bron and Bron isn’t enjoying the video. 
Grayson Waller says Australia has the best athletes in the world, and he went back home to take care of his mind and body, then he will take care of Bron Breakker at New Year’s Evil to bring the title home to Australia. Waller goes on about how he gave up everything in Australia, to sacrifice and let the world know who he is, the Superstar that he is, and it will all be worth it when he becomes NXT Champion at New Year’s Evil. Waller says don’t worry because he will be at NXT next week for a contract signing on a very special edition of The Grayson Waller Effect. Waller laughs to end his video message. Bron grabs the TV and slams it into the locker. He grabs the NXT Title belt and storms out.
– The Schism defeated Edris Enofe, Malik Blade, Odyssey Jones via pinfall. After the match, The Schism stands tall. Jones gets up and he’s frustrated at ringside. The Schism regroups on the entrance-way as the babyfaces recover in the ring.
– We see Kiana James walking at backstage. Fallon Henley is also shown walking with Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen.
– McKenzie Mitchell at backstage with Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes. Trick has to face Axiom next week and while he can fly and wrestle, he can’t beat Trick and Trick will send him to Comic Con with his size 15. Hayes says 2023 is the year he becomes NXT Champion and just one person stands in his way – Apollo Crews. He says Crews can move or be moved.
– Fallon Henley defeated Kiana James via pinfall in The Fight for The Bar match. After the match, Fallon Henley stands tall and Briggs enters the ring to hug Henley and Jensen follows. Jensen and Briggs are having a few words over Jensen’s concern for James, while Henley celebrates in the corner. James looks on from ringside and she’s not happy.
– McKenzie Mitchell interviews new NXT Women’s Champion Roxanne Perez at backstage. Perez knows the honeymoon phase of her title win will wear off soon and she knows she has to be on her game every night or she can lose the title just as quick as she won it. She says the previous NXT Women’s Champions are all future WWE Hall of Famers, and she’s nowhere close to them, so she has to live up to the history of the title. This is pressure she doesn’t take lightly, and she will do everything she can to keep the title.
– We got a vignette from Isla Dawn. She says she’s really having fun with Alba Fyre and she knows there’s evil deep inside of Fyre, and she’s reaching in and pulling it to the surface. Dawn says Fyre’s challenge is nothing but a part of the process and next week this Extreme Resolution match will happen but it won’t be for Dawn, it will be for Fyre. Dawn laughs to end the segment.
– Drew Gulak in the ring with Hank Walker. Gulak welcomes us to the 2022 Drew Gulak Invitational. Gulak shows us three up & coming wrestlers behind him. Hen says he’s asked Walker to be here as an observer only. Gulak tells Walker he will see each wrestler perform moves with him. He brings up Luca first, then demonstrates a Chickenwing. Luca is done and he exits the ring now. Gulak says it’s important to see how he let go of the hold as soon as Luca taps out.
Gulak brings up Tavion Heights now, who is dressed in his amateur wrestling gear. Gulak takes him down and applies a submission, then lets go as soon as he taps. Gulak talks some instruction to Walker and says again it’s important to let go as soon as the opponent taps. Gulak introduces Myles Borne next and says he’s been stepping up in recent months. Fans chant for Borne. They tangle and Borne gets a move in. Gulak says that was pretty good, then he takes Borne down in a Dragon Sleeper. Borne taps but Gulak tightens the hold. Walker has to remind Gulak to let go. 
Gulak say sometimes you have to really drive it home, and he hops Walker was taking notes. The music interrupts and out comes Charlie Dempsey. Dempsey enters the ring and asks Gulak if he wants to step up to a real wrestler. Dempsey says he will give Gulak a run for his money. Gulak says he wasn’t invited to the Invitational. Walker gets in between them to prevent a fight. Dempsey says next week he will make an example of Gulak’s students. Gulak says that sounds good and they will be ready. Dempsey stares Gulak and Walker down.
– Wes Lee defeated Tony D’Angelo via pinfall and successfully retained his WWE NXT North American Championship. After the match, Wes Lee stands tall and fans chant “Wes!” as Lee raises the NXT North American Title belt in the air and WWE Tuesday Night NXT goes off the air.

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