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NXT Spoilers from January 4th, 2018

With NXT Takeover: Philadelphia getting closer and closer, the developmental brand had some work to do to fill up the card. NXT taped a handful of episodes in Atlanta, GA on the 4th. Below are the results of those tapings.

Candice LeRae defeated Vanessa Borne. LeRae is close to signing a WWE deal.

Kassius Ohno defeated Raul Mendoza.

Shayna Baszler defeated Dakota Kai, and continued to beat her down after the match until Ember Moon made the save.

Lars Sullivan defeated Lio Rush. NXT’s new monster then issued a challenge to Killian Dane.

The Undisputed Era attacked SAnitY backstage, and went out to the ring to brag about it. Security stopped Nikki Cross before she could reach the ring.

O’Reilly and Fish retained their tag team titles against Roderick Strong and Aleister Black after Black chased Adam Cole through the crowd.

General Manager William Regal announced Black and Cole would take each other on at Takeover: Philadelphia in an Extreme Rules match.

Andrade Cien Almas beat Kassius Ohno.

Tino Sabatelli and Riddick Moss defeated Heavy Machinery.

Lacey Evans grabbed a mic after beating Aliyah, stating taht women of NXT don’t have class. Shayna Baszler came out, but Evans ran away. Baszler attacked Aliyah until Ember Moon made the save again.

Zelina Vega spoke with Regal backstage, asking for Johnny Gargano to put his #1 contendership on the line against the returning Velveteen Dream next week. Regal denied it.

Roderick Strong defeated Fabian Aichner, then challenged Lars Sullivan.

Gargano accepted Zelina Vega’s earlier proposal.

AOP defeated the Street Profits.

No Way Jose made his return, beating Cezar Bononi.

Bianca Belair beat independent wrestler Luscious Latasha.

AOP squashed two enhancement talents before their match.

Ember Moon will defend the NXT Women’s Championshp against Shayna Baszler at Takeover: Philadelphia

Gargano defeated Velveteen Dream in what was considered an incredible match by the crowd. Gargano retains his #1 contender status.