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Cora Jade Earns Natalya’s Respect in NXT Ladies Night Main Event

This week’s NXT 2.0 was one for the history books as every match that took place involved the women of the brand. A total of six matches were aired. Five were women’s matches and there was one mixed tag team match.

The full results from the May 10 episode of NXT are as follows –

  • Toxic Attraction defeated Wendy Choo & Roxanne Perez
  • Fallon Henley defeated Sloane Jacobs – Breakout Tournament First Round
  • Alba Fyre defeated Amari Miller
  • Sarray & Andre Chase defeated Tiffany Stratton and Grayson Waller
  • Nikkita Lyons defeated Arianna Grace – Breakout Tournament First Round
  • Natalya defeated Cora Jade

For more on the Women’s Breakout Tournament matches, you can click here.

Other moments involving the women of NXT 2.0 included –

  • Ivy Nile Challenge
  • Toxic Attraction mocks Indi Hartwell due to her recent misfortunes
  • Kayden Carter & Katana Chance in a WWE Digital Exclusive are tired of being overlooked

The first match out of the gate is the tag team match between Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne) vs. Wendy Choo & Roxanne Perez. Choo & Perez have formed a quick bond since Perez debuted in NXT. They have found joy in playing tricks on all three members of Toxic Attraction.

The last moment of the match had Dolin and Perez as the legal competitors. Perez went up top to deliver a high-risk maneuver as the NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose jumped into the ring to help up Dolin. Perez jumped off the turnbuckle but Dolin and Rose got out of the way. Choo took down Rose.

Perez went for Code Red on Dolin but Jayne knocked her down with a kick. Dolin pinned Perez for the victory. After the match, all three members of Toxic Attraction continued to attack Perez & Choo with the championship belts.


Next, we have the first look at the newly named Kay Lee Ray as she is now Alba Fyre. She battled Amari Miller. The two put on a solid match but it would be Fyre that would come out victorious. After a headbutt, Fyre delivered a FyreBomb before hitting a senton from the top turnbuckle to get the pinfall.


Sarray finally earns a victory in her rivalry with Tiffany Stratton. It has been very one-sided with victories up until this mixed tag team bout where Sarray and Andre Chase pick up a much-needed win. Stratton has formed quite a bond with Grayson Waller as of late but the two weren’t able to avoid the shenanigans by Chase U.

In the final moments of the match, Stratton launched herself over the top rope and onto Bodhi Hayward after he distracted her with an air horn. Once back in the ring, Sarray took advantage and stacked up Stratton pinning her shoulders to the mat for the count of three.


The main event was the match between Natalya and Cora Jade. Jade has been out to prove herself ever since debuting in NXT but more specifically recently since Natalya returned to the brand. Natalya has counted Jade out when it comes to her being the future of women’s wrestling, but by the end of their match, Jade earned her respect.

Final moments of the match had Natalya locking in the Sharpshooter. Jade tried to make her way to the ropes twice but Natalya pulled her back into the middle of the ring both times. Jade refused to tap but would lose the match after she passed out. Natalya realized that Cora never tapped and extended her hand in respect to end the show.

Jade addressed that she never tapped on Twitter after the bout. She says the NXT women’s division can stop doubting her now and that we are living in the generation of Jade.

Other moments of tonight’s show can be viewed below –

Ivy Nile’s Challenge

Toxic Attraction mocks Indi Hartwell

Katana Chance & Kayden Carter are tired of being overlooked.

Check back in with Diva Dirt for more news and results from the women of NXT 2.0.

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