WWE NXT Report – July 11th, 2012

Tyson Kidd vs. Camacho w/ Hunico



They lock up and Camacho throws Kidd to the mat. Tyson goes behind and ducks a kick off the ropes and then hits a dropkick as Camacho recovers in the corner. Camacho rushes in and gets rolled up for a 2. Camacho fakes a lock up and kicks Kidd in the gut. He sends Kidd in and Kidd counters into a drop toe hold and maneuvers into a pin for 2. Camacho works his way up and punches Kidd in the corner. Camacho tries to throw him out but Kidd holds on HBK style and throws Camacho out with his feet. Kidd flips over the top and splashes onto Hunico and Camacho.


The ref has banned Hunico from ringside. Camacho takes Kidd out on the apron and puts the boots to him on the outside. Back in the ring, Camacho makes a cover for 2. Camacho hits a backbreaker and works the sternum. He allows Kidd to get up and Kidd gets in some punches before being sling-shotted into the corner for another near fall. Camacho slingshots Kidd’s throat into the bottom rope. Camacho is slow and methodical; he hits a suplex and drops a big leg for 2.

Kidd ducks a clothesline and attempts a body-scissors but Camacho face-plants him into the mat. Camacho goes to the second turnbuckle and misses with the legdrop. Kidd struggles to get up; both men get up at the same time. Kidd quickly hits kicks to the leg of Camacho. Kidd hits two spinning kicks to the head and a vicious looking front dropkick for 2. Kidd drops a springboard leg drop on Camacho’s neck in the ropes. Camacho meets Kidd on the top corner and brings Kidd down with a double-arm suplex. Camacho makes a cover but Kidd kicks out. Kidd flips out of a back bodydrop and goes up top and hits a Blockbuster neckbreaker but Camacho puts his foot on the rope. Kidd goes for the Sharpshooter but Michael McGillicutty comes down for the distraction and Camacho gets the pin.

Winner by pin: Camacho


-Bray Wyatt Vignette (Debuts Next)

-RAW 1000 Moments – Hugh Jackman

Matt Striker interviews Justin Gabriel in the back. Gabriel says he had time to think while he was recovering from an elbow injury and he wants to make a statement. He faces Heath Slater next week. Slater shows up and calls him a failure. He says he’s on RAW every week and he embarrasses legends. Gabriel says it’s the other way around. Slater says he’s coming up the charts and Gabriel says he will embarrass him next week.

Aiden English enters the ring. Bray Wyatt comes out with a mic and says these people don’t understand him but soon they will. (Wyatt is Mike Rotunda’s son and was previously Husky Harris. His new gimmick reminds me of Dan Spivey’s short-lived Waylon Mercy character from the 90’s. That itself was based on Robert DeNiro’s character from Cape Fear.)

Bray Wyatt vs. Aiden English

Wyatt starts to slowly decimate English. He smiles psychotically as he takes it to English. Wyatt hits a vicious splash in the corner and drops English in the center of the ring after kissing him on the head for a quick and decisive win. Nice.

Winner by pin: Bray Wyatt


-Blackout Vignette

-Money in the Bank Card

-Richie Steamboat is interviewed in the back. He says wants to show everybody how good he is. He is interrupted by Leo Kruger and they scuffle as the refs break them up.

-Raquel Diaz (Shaul Guerrero) Vignette: Debuts next week

The Uso’s vs. The Primetime Players

Jim Ross has joined commentary. Young starts off with Jey but not before Titus picks his hair in the corner. (It is very refreshing and soothing to hear JR’s voice on commentary). Young and Jey get into a shoving match and Jey slaps him in the face. Young goes to get consoled by Titus in the corner. Jey hits chops to the chest and tags Jimmy in for some double-teaming. Jimmy continues the offense and gets 2. Young gets Jimmy in his corner and tags Titus. Titus and Jimmy go back and forth and Jey tags in and gets 1. Young tags back in and gets powerslammed as he charges in and goes out to regroup. Jimmy clotheslines him right back out when he comes in and he launches his brother out onto both Titus and Young.


Titus and Young are firmly in control of Jey in their corner. Young stops a tag from the outside as he pulls Jimmy down off the apron. Young gets 2 in the ring. Young works Jey’s left leg. Titus tags in and prevents another tag attempt by the Uso’s. Jey manages a back bodydrop and tags his brother; Young tags in as well. Jimmy quickens the pace and hits the Running Stinkface but Titus breaks the pin. Titus takes out Jey in the corner and along with Young double teams him behind the ref’s back.

Winners by pin: The Primetime Players

Source: Kian Terani

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