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NXT LIVE EVENT
NOVEMBER 11, 2016
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
REPORT BY TOM GIBSON, PWTORCH CORRESPONDENT
Announcer: Andrea d Marco.
(1) Patrick Clark beat Dallas Harper. Harper was in control for much of the match before Clark got the pin.
(2) Tommy End beat Lince Dorado. End controlled most of the match, comeback by Dorado before End scored the pinfall.
(3) Riddick Moss & Tino Sabbatelli beat The Ealy Twins. Very even match with the initiative switching back and forth. Ealy Twins utilized a lot of power moves while Sabbatelli trolled the crowd. Moss and Sabbatelli double-teamed to get the win
(4) Roderick Strong beat Elias Samson. Song before the match from Samson ripping on St Augustine. Samson controlled much of the match before Strong came back for the pin.
(5) Liv Morgan& Aliyah & Ember Moon & Asuka beat Mandy Rose & Macey & Daria & Billie Kay. Liv isolated by opponents and did much of the match before Asuka tagged in and got the submission from Macey.
(6) Big Damo beat Rich Swann. Big size mismatch with Damo hitting a big slam before getting the pinfall.
(7) Nikki Cross (w/Sanity) beat Bianca Blair. Hard-hitting match with Sanity distracting Blair for the win.
(8) Shinsuke Nakamura & Otis Dozovic & Tucker Knight beat Bobby Roode & Authors of Pain. Good main event with a lot of comedy. Never knew exactly who was tagged in but worked very well. Nakamura eventually got the pin.
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