WWE NXT Results Coverage, Reactions & Highlights for November 14, 2023

It’s Tuesday night and you know what that means! WWE NXT will go down tonight and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the November 14, 2023 episode.

WWE NXT will start this week at 8:00 PM EST as always, match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below. You can check out the lineup below.

WWE NXT (11/14/2023) Lineup:

  • NXT Tag Team Championship Match: Chase U (champions) vs Tony D’Angelo & Stacks
  • Iron Survivor Challenge Qualifying Match: Roxanne Perez vs Lash Legend
  • Iron Survivor Challenge Qualifying Match: Trick Williams vs Joe Coffey
  • Wes Lee vs Baron Corbin
  • Supernova Sessions with guests Alpha Academy
  • OTM vs Brawling Brutes

WWE NXT (11/14/2023) Results:

A teaser was broadcasted for this week’s tag title match. Interviewers managed to catch up with Chase U, where Andre Chase appeared sleep-deprived. Chase informed the interviewers that there might be some controversy within Chase U, but today’s focus was on the tag title match…

Providing commentary for the event were Vic Joseph and Booker T…



The entrances for the opening match began, with someone off-camera (not Alicia Taylor) handling the formal in-ring championship introductions. Planted Chase U students appeared disheartened due to the ongoing controversy within the group…

NXT Tag Team Championships: Andre Chase and Duke Hudson vs. Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo

Chase almost secured a pinfall with a Magistral Cradle. He then countered Stack’s Magistral with another rollup. Tony D’Angelo tagged in and delivered an Atomic Drop to Chase. Tony landed stiff punches on both opponents. Hudson tagged in and scored a near fall with a Big Boot on Tony D. Chase sent Tony D to the ringside area. Hudson followed up with a backdrop on Stacks. Tony D dumped both Chase U members to ringside and then executed a hip toss on Stacks, diving onto Chase U. The show transitioned to a picture-in-picture format.

They Irish whip Chase into the corner, but Chase counters with a well-placed boot to Tony and skillfully evades Channing. Chase then sends Channing to the floor and proceeds to land punches on Tony. Following that, Chase executes a side Russian leg sweep, setting the stage for his trademark C-H-A-S-E-U stomp. However, to Chase’s surprise, the rest of his students decide to vacate the scene. Undeterred, Chase continues to pummel Channing on the outside.

Tony seizes the opportunity and rolls Chase into an inside cradle for a near fall. Tony follows up with a spinebuster and tags in Channing. Tony also delivers a kick that sends Duke to the floor. The duo combines their efforts and executes the Bada Bing Bada Boom finisher, securing the three-count.

Winners: Tony D’Angelo and Channing Lorenzo (new champions)

Lita is seen making her selections for the upcoming Iron Survivor Qualifying Matches scheduled for this week. The first match will feature Lash Legend taking on Roxanne Perez, while the second match will see Trick Williams facing off against Joe Coffey.

As the camera pans backstage, MetaFour makes their entrance, and we head to a commercial break.

Upon returning, Dominik Mysterio is seen backstage, where Baron Corbin approaches him. Corbin talks about his plans to face Wes Lee and mentions that he intends to send Wes to the hospital, labeling him as a quitter. Dom offers his support and tells Baron that he’ll be keeping a close eye on the match.

The show then transitions to Supernova Sessions.

Noam Dar extends a warm welcome to the audience and announces that tonight is a special night as Lash qualifies for the Iron Survivor Challenge. Lash takes the opportunity to express her determination, stating that it’s time for her to ‘Lash’ Out. Noam reveals that he has placed the Heritage Cup in the Cole Mine and introduces his special guests, Alpha Academy.

Noam extends a warm welcome to Alpha Academy and acknowledges their impressive journey together. He mentions their popularity with the WWE Universe and asks them about their feelings regarding being so close to the coveted Heritage Cup.

Chad starts by expressing his gratitude for the invitation and acknowledges the beauty of the cup, remarking that he’s lucky to still have it after last week’s encounter.

Jakara credits their success to Noam, emphasizing that it’s not about luck but rather Noam being the greatest champion.

Tozawa chimes in, suggesting that without Alpha Academy’s involvement, he would have the cup by now.

Lash defends their actions, asserting that they did nothing wrong. Otis, in his unique style, sides with Lash, stating that whatever she says is good in his book and playfully moving his body in unconventional ways.

Oro tries to maintain order and urges them to listen to Noam’s words. Maxxine interjects, asking not to be spoken to in a condescending manner. Tensions rise, and Chad takes charge, issuing a “Shoooosh” to settle things down. He acknowledges Noam’s point that he’s synonymous with the Heritage Cup.

Noam asserts that there’s no one who can beat him, and they had to search all over the world to find a challenger for him. Chad reveals that he can make Noam’s life easier and announces that he has the perfect challenger for Noam.

Noam considers the proposal and suggests that if the challenger isn’t ready for the match tonight, they can schedule it for next week. He inquires about the challenger’s identity. Maxxine reveals that their chosen challenger is a former Olympian and a former tag team champion, shocking Noam with the news.

Otis insists on no takebacks, and Chad confirms that his next challenger is none other than him.

Roxanne Perez vs. Lash Legend (with Noam Dar, Oro Mensah, and Jakara Jackson) in an Iron Survivor Qualifier Match

Lash and Perez start with a lock-up, and Lash manages to send Perez to the mat. Lash attempts a slam, but Perez escapes and applies a side headlock. Perez lands on her feet and avoids a bicycle kick from Lash. Lash blocks a satellite headscissors, but Perez counters with a crucifix pin for a near fall. Perez follows up with a chop and some boots to Lash. She then goes for a sunset flip attempt off the turnbuckles, but Lash leans back to stay on her feet. Perez responds with an arm drag and a dropkick that sends Lash to the outside.

Jakara interferes by tripping Roxanne, allowing Lash to strike Perez from behind. The referee sends MetaFour to the MetaBack for their MetaCheating. Perez manages to roll up Lash for another near fall. Lash regains control and slams Perez twice, getting a near fall of her own. Perez fights back with a dropkick to Lash’s knees. Lash then lifts Perez for a torture rack, which she turns into a backbreaker on Perez’s shoulder. However, Perez escapes and attempts a guillotine submission. Lash runs Perez into the turnbuckles to break free. Perez moves, and Lash crashes shoulder-first into the turnbuckles.

Perez takes advantage with a suicide dive onto Lash, rolling her back into the ring and connecting with a forearm. Perez goes up top and hits a crossbody for a near fall. Lash counters with a uranage backbreaker. Lash attempts a cartwheel into a moonsault but misses.

Jackson returns to the ring, and Kiana pulls Perez into the corner. Lash follows up with a bicycle kick in the corner and then a powerbomb for the three-count.

Winner: Lash Legend

In the tag team lounge, Hank and Tank discuss Tony and Channing’s tag title win. Frazer mentions the possibility of a new Heritage Cup Champion next week, and Malik and Edris express their desire to become the new number one contenders. Angel and Humberto also make their case for consideration.

Tony and Channing enter with their titles and suggest that Angel and Humberto were struggling against The Creeds. Their associate announces a celebration for next week.

The show then shifts to Lyra observing Xia Li with Robbie Brookside and Johnny Moss. Lyra receives an invitation to a Warrior’s Tea Ceremony.

The broadcast heads to a commercial break.

The broadcast returns with a glimpse of the Xia Li Warrior’s Tea Ceremony.

Xia warmly welcomes Lyra and requests that she don the appropriate attire for the ceremony. Lyra expresses her surprise, mentioning that she has never been invited to an event like this before.

Xia explains that this ceremony is a way for her to honor her rivals before combat, a tradition passed down from her ancestors. She emphasizes that a deep bow signifies deep respect, a gesture that Lyra didn’t expect from Xia.

Xia shares that her warrior spirit has been awakened in recent months, and she wants to make her presence felt.

Lyra acknowledges that Xia has indeed accomplished that goal.

Xia goes on to explain that she has chosen Lyra and proceeds to pick tea leaves for her. She describes how the process of brewing the tea is symbolic of what will happen to them during their match. The tea must be brewed at the right temperature for the right amount of time, or everything will be ruined.

Lyra observes that the tea leaves are more delicate than they appear.

Xia ominously remarks that they will break down and crumble, much like what will happen to Lyra next Tuesday when she consumes her.

Xia pours the tea and urges Lyra to drink it, but Lyra refuses. Xia warns that she will show no mercy in their upcoming confrontation.

In the backstage area, McKenzie interviews Trick and Carmelo about the punch that took place last week. Trick explains that they discussed the incident, and Carmelo understands that the punch wasn’t intentional, emphasizing that accidents happen.

Hayes interjects, saying that last week he stood in the same spot and insisted that he did not attack Trick, with the lie detector test confirming his truthfulness. He also emphasizes that accidents can indeed happen.

Hayes then offers his support to Trick, promising to have his back at ringside as Trick aims to qualify for the Iron Survivor.

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