WWE NXT Stand & Deliver Results (4/6/2024): Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA.

The time has arrived for the roster of WWE NXT.

WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 goes down this mornig starting at 11/10c with the Countdown To Stand & Deliver pre-show streaming live on Peacock and across all of WWE's social and digital platforms.

On tap for the WrestleMania XL Weekend show for the WWE NXT brand is Trick Williams vs. Carmelo Hayes, Ilja Dragunov vs. Tony D'Angelo for the NXT title, Lyra Valkyria vs. Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women's title, Oba Femi vs. Josh Briggs vs. Dijak for the NXT North American title, The Wolf Dogs vs. Axiom & Nathan Frazer for the NXT Tag-Team titles, Thea Hail, Kelani Jordan and Fallon Henley vs. Jacy Jayne, Kiana James and Izzi Dame, as well as Shawn Spears vs. Joe Gacy on the pre-show.

Featured below are complete WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 results from Saturday, April 6, 2024. The following report was written by Rajah.com reporter Matt Boone (@MattBoone0709) as the show aired live from 11am-3pm on Peacock.


The "WWE Then. Now. Forever. Together." opening signature narrated by WWE legend John Cena flashes on the screen to get us started as always.

We then shoot inside the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. where Megan Morant, Sam Roberts and Arianna Grace welcome us to the Countdown to WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 pre-show.

After the trio of hosts finish their introductions, they begin running down the advertised lineup for today's WWE NXT premium live event. We head into our first video package telling the story leading up to a match scheduled for the show, as the road to Lyra Valkyria vs. Roxanne Perez for the WWE NXT Women's Championship is shown.

Once the package wraps up, we return to the pre-show hosts, who give their thoughts on the bout as we see live shots of Valkyria and Perez arriving to the building earlier today.

Next, the talk shifts to the WWE NXT World Tag-Team Championship match on the card, with The Wolf Dogs duo of Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin defending against Axiom and Nathan Frazer. We see the route the challengers took to earn the shot.

From there, Morant, Roberts and Grace begin previewing the NXT North American Championship Triple-Threat match, with Oba Femi defending against Dijak and Josh Briggs. A "Tale of the Tape" graphic is shown on the screen as the hosts talk about the size and attributes of these three big boys.

Backstage, we see a live shot of Shawn Spears with an insanely focused look in his eyes as he gets ready to open up the show with the lone pre-show match scheduled against Joe Gacy.

A video blog is shown of The Wolf Dogs, Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin, goofing off in the WWE NXT's version of the MJF and Adam Cole story line from recent AEW memory. For some reason, we see some hype for WrestleMania XL's six-woman bout with Jade Cargill, Bianca Belair and Naomi vs. Damage CTRL.

Following a quick commercial time out, we return to footage from last night that shows Tony D'Angelo in the city at night time talking about the significance of his NXT Championship opportunity against Ilja Dragunov today. The Family walks up and they all stand around the famous Rocky Balboa statue in Philadelphia.

Back live inside the Wells Fargo Center, someone decided to have mercy on the viewing audience at home, as Arianna Grace has been replaced on the hosting trio, with Ridge Holland now standing alongside Megan Morant and Sam Roberts to talk about the NXT Championship showdown between Dragunov and D'Angelo.

Shawn Spears vs. Joe Gacy

After that, we are sent down to the ringside area for a special three-man commentary team for today's show. On the call are Vic Joseph, Booker T and Wade Barrett. They set the stage for our first match of the evening. On that note, Shawn Spears' theme hits and out he comes.

Next, the theme for Joe Gacy plays and as always, the camera angle flips upside down as the wild man heads to the ring. Half way to the ring, Gacy is attacked from behind by Ridge Holland, who blasts him with a steel chair shot before walking away.

After Gacy recovers, he agrees to wrestle because he's crazy. The bell sounds and we're officially off-and-running with this one. Gacy dumped Spears to ringside and hit him with a suicide dive. Spears pounced on the top rope to hit Gacy with a German Superplex. Spears then whipped Gacy into the ring post.

On commentary, Vic noted that Spears was focising on Gacy’s back. Gacy and Spears traded strong style chops. Spears flipped Gacy over into a Boston Crab. Gacy got to the bottom rope for the break. There was actually dueling chants for both men. Gacy punched Spears off the top rope. Spears reversed a crossbody into a two count.

Gacy came back with a suplex. Gacy rallied with right hands and running forearms. Gacy folded Spears with a Saito Suplex. Gacy dominated for a stretch. Gacy hit Spears with a Lionsault for a nearfall. Spears used his forearms to block a Suicide Dive. Spears put Gacy in a tree of woe in the center of the ropes.

Spears hit Gacy and then body slammed him on the apron. Spears draped Gacy on the top rope and hit him with a Hangman DDT for a two count. Both men traded multiple counters with Gacy getting a rollup for a two count. Gacy hit Spears with a Uranage for a really close nearfall. Gacy kicked Spears on the apron and followed up with a running Senton.

Spears avoided a swanton and hit Gacy with the Pedigree. Spears kicked out at two. Spears blocked a handstand lariat. Gacy escaped a DVD attempt and hit Spears with the handstand lariat for the clean win. After the match, we are sent back to the hosting panel, who send us into the video package for the Trick Williams vs. Carmelo Hayes main event before wrapping things up.

Winner: Joe Gacy

WWE NXT World Tag-Team Championships
The Wolf Dogs (C) vs. Axiom & Nathan Frazer

The Meta-Four start things off on the WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 open. We shoot to an elaborate cold open video package to get us ready for the main show. After it wraps up, we return inside the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. once again where Vic Joseph, Booker T and Wade Barrett once again welcome us to the show.

After that, we hear the familiar sounds of the theme song for our first competitors involved in our opening bout. Out comes the team of Axiom and Nathan Frazer for their big WWE NXT World Tag-Team Championship opportunity. They settle in the ring and their music dies down. The theme for their opponents hits and out comes the reigning champs.

The Wolf Dogs duo of Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin make their way out together with the belts wrapped around their waists. As they get close to the ringside area, we see Axiom and Frazer hit dives from the ring to the floor to start this one off with a bang. They head back in the ring and follow-up with another big diving spot.

Back inside the ring, the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running. Axiom and Bron Breakker kick things off for their respective teams. Axiom and Nathan Frazer hit a double drop kick on him, and then he tags out. Corbin comes in and Frazer, who is now the legal man for the challengers, hits a tornado DDT and a drop kick to the belly of the big man.

Corbin takes over after that, flattening Frazer and slowing him down before going to work on him with the first prolonged offensive run for the champs thus far in the bout. Frazer hits a shot that buys him enough time to leap over and tag Axiom back in. Axiom hits a wild kick and goes for the cover, but Corbin kicks out at the count of two.

From there, Baron hits a big slam on Axiom, followed by a suplex, to take back control of the offense. Breakker tags back in and shows off his speed as the fastest man to run the ropes in the business, running over Axiom with a Steiner-Line clothesline and letting out a war scream that gets the fans in Philly to pop.

Breakker has Axiom down and seemingly out, but pulls him up on the pin attempt and yells, "Not yet!" Axiom hits a big Spanish Fly to slow down Breakker. On the floor, Axiom and Frazer hit some wild spots near the commentary desks. After this, they go on a crazy offensive run that culminates with Frazer hitting a Phoenix Splash for a super close near fall on Corbin, which Breakker just barely breaks up.

From there, Corbin hit his End of Days on Axiom and then goes for it on Frazer, but lets him go in mid-air as Breakker sprints through him with his trademark Spear for the pin fall victory. With the win, The Wolf Dogs duo of Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin retain the WWE NXT World Tag-Team Championships. After the opening bout wraps up, we head into a quick commercial break.

Winners and STILL WWE NXT World Tag-Team Champions: The Wolf Dogs

WWE NXT North American Championship
Oba Femi (C) vs. Dijak vs. Josh Briggs

In our second premium live event bout of the evening, third overall, we get another championship contest, as the WWE NXT North American Championship will be on-the-line. After the pre-match video package wraps up, we return live inside Wells Fargo Center backstage where WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 Hosts The Meta-Four are talking.

They tell Oro Mensah he's the perfect person to set up the next bout, but as he does, the door he is standing in front of us swings open and knocks him out. Oba Femi walks through like nothing happened. Back inside the arena, the theme for Dijak hits and the camera shot turns black-and-white as he makes his way to the ring.

Out next is the second of the two challengers for this triple-threat title tilt, Josh Briggs. He settles in the ring and his music dies down. The entrance tune for the reigning, defending NXT North American Champion Oba Femi hits and out he comes to the cool entrance that sees the fans doing the loud chants on-tune with the beat of his theme.

Now things officially get off-and-running with this one as the bell sounds to get us started. Straight out of the gate we see Briggs and Dijak working together to take out the big man Femi. They hit him with some big power double-team spots and then start focusing on each other.

One crazy spot sees Oba Femi laid out while sitting on a computer chair. Josh Briggs gets Dijak on the ring apron outside of the ring ropes. He hits a huge hip-toss that sends Dijak flipping over and crashing onto Femi in the chair, which goes through the commentary desk at ringside.

The fans roar upon seeing this and then break into a loud "Holy sh*t! Holy sh*t!" chant. Back in the ring, the action continues and builds to Dijak and Briggs working together once again, hitting a huge double choke slam on Femi. Dijak takes Briggs to the tip-top rope and hits a JBL-esque lariat that turns Dijak inside-out as they both go crashing to the mat way down below.

Dijak avoids being pinned afterwards, so the action continues. Femi gets Dijak on his shoulders while Dijak has Briggs up for a Death Valley Driver. Femi leans to the side and slams Dijak down as Dijak simaltaneously flips Briggs over in mid-air to complete his Death Valley Driver on the way down. The crowd, and even Vic Joseph, react huge to that high spot.

Dijak seemed to have this one finished off. He goes for the cover on Femi, but Briggs goes for a moonsault. Dijak moves and Briggs hits Femi with the moonsault and then stands up and gets taken out by Dijak. Dijak nearly had Femi finished off, but Briggs yanks the referee out to the floor to stop this one from ending. Fans loudly boo and chant "Bullsh*t! Bullsh*t!"

Dijak hits a dive over the ropes to splash onto Briggs on the floor, turning the "Bullsh*t!" chants to "This is Awesome!" chants. On the floor, Briggs spears Femi through the barricade, but then turns into Dijak, who hits a Feast Your Eyes on him. Back in the ring, Dijak goes for his finisher again and once again connects.

He goes for the cover but Femi grabs him by the throat right as the ref was about to count to three. Femi hoists him up and power bombs him onto Briggs for the cover and the win. With the victory, Oba Femi retains his NXT North American Championship in what was an excellent match.

Winner and STILL WWE NXT North American Champion: Oba Femi

Thea Hail, Kelani Jordan & Fallon Henley vs. Jacy Jane, Kiana James & Izzi Dame

After the second title bout of the evening wraps up, we head to another commercial break. When we return, we see The Meta Four hosts backstage when all hell breaks loose as the super loud Thea Hail screams and yells with her team for the six-woman bout scheduled for the show.

Back inside the arena, the theme for Chase University hits and out comes Thea Hail. She is joined by her tag-team partners Kelani Jordan and Fallon Henley. Out next are their opponents for this one, which the commentators describe as typical high school mean girls, the trio of Jacy Jane, Kiana James and Izzi Dame.

The bell sounds and we're officially off-and-running with this one. Dame and Henley started the match with Dame hitting Henley with a backbreaker. James tagged in and kept Henley on the mat with strikes. Jordan helped Henley escape to tag in Hail who hit Dame with a diving crossbody. Jordan hit James with a nice corkscrew plancha. Hail then accidentally hit Osborne with a trust fall after Jayne pulled him in the way. The heels used quick tags to cut the ring in half on Hail.

Hail used a judo roll to get Jordan in the match. Jordan swarmed her opponents with quick strikes. Jordan hit Jayne with a flatliner. Dame managed to gain control. The heels cut the ring in half on Jordan for a few minutes. Barrett noted that a handful of women in the match are in their early developmental stage in terms of their training. Jordan managed to dive and bring in Henley for a hot tag. Henley rallied with hand strikes on Dame. Henley hit Jayne with a tornado flatliner.

Henley hit Dame with a jump kick. Henley dragged James into a suplex for a two count. James and Henley brawled to the top rope. James hit Henley with a Super Spanish Fly for the nearfall. Dame hit Henley with a Flapjack. James hit Henley with the 401k. Jayne hit Henley with a runing knee. Hail broke up the pin. Hail slammed James to the mat. Dame caught Hail and dumped her to ringside, but Duke was there for the catch. Jordan hit the heels at ringside with a Triangle Moonsault.

Hail tagged in and told Jayne to suck it. Jayne couldn’t tag out due to Jordan taking them out with a moonsault. Hail and Jordan traded hands. Jayne hit Hail with a Yakuza kick. Hail came back with a Thesz Press. Hail hit Jayne with an Exploder Suplex. Jayne slammed Hail into the buckle for a nearfall. Jayne dumped Hail to the apron to block a Kimura. James tripped up Hail. Dame tagged in. Hail avoided a big boot. Dame blocked Hail’s DDT. Hail put Dame in a Kimura for the submission win.

Winners: Thea Hail, Kelani Jordan & Fallon Henley

WWE NXT Women's North American Championship Introduced

After the six-woman tag-team bout and before the WWE NXT Women's Championship showdown between Lyra Valkyria and Roxanne Perez, the WWE NXT G.M. appeared in her office in a segment where she announced that the brand would soon be introducing a new championship to the women's division. With that said, the camera angle panned out to show Ava showing off the WWE NXT Women's North American Championship title belt.

WWE NXT Women's World Championship
Lyra Valkyria (C) vs. Roxanne Perez

We shoot to the pre-match video package for one of the co-main events of the evening, which will see the WWE NXT Women's World Championship on-the-line as current title-holder Lyra Valkyria defends against former champion Roxanne Perez.

Back inside the Wells Fargo Center we see a live shot of former STARDOM performer Giulia in the front row. This is the throwback to the WWE NXT big talent signing cameos that we reported about heading into today's premium live event. The theme for the challenger hits and Roxanne Perez with her new attitude makes her way down to the ring.

She settles inside and her entrance tune dies down. The theme for her opponent hits and out comes the reigning and defending WWE NXT Women's World Champion Lyra Valkyria. After the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running, we see these two immediately start to battle it out. Perez settles into the early offensive lead, focusing a large part of her attack on the weakened arm of the champ.

Lyra dumped Perez to ringside while also selling the injured arm. Lyra hit Perez with a wrecking ball dropkick. Perez recovered and hit Lyra’s draped arm with a hip drop. Perez hit Lyra with a Russian Legsweep for a two count. Perez worked on Lyra for a few minutes, focusing on the injured arm. Lyra reversed an elbow stomp with a rollup. Perez hit Lyra with a Sacrifice Armbreaker. Perez hit Lyra with a Hammerlock Suplex for a two count.

Perez went back to torturing Lyra’s arm. Vic noted that the match has been one-sided about 8 minutes in. Lyra rolled up Perez for a two count. Lyra hit Perez with a crossbody, but Perez rolled through and missed a knee drop to the injured arm. Lyra backdropped Perez for a moment of respite. Perez and Lyra took each other out with stereo crossbodies. Lyra got a few nearfalls off a few Northern Lights suplexes. Lyra’s injured arm gave out on her during a suplex attempt.

Lyra hit Perez with a facebuster and then hit a Fisherman Suplex for a two count. Lyra and Perez traded slaps on the top rope. Perez blocked a Sunset Flip by holding onto the top rope. Perez released the ropes and Lyra hit her with a running Sitout Power Bomb for the two count. Perez blocked a dive with a right hand. Perez hit Lyra with a Suicide Dive into a Tornado DDT. Perez hit Lyra with Pop Rocks for the nearfall.

Perez went right at Lyra’s injured arm again, tossing her into the ringposts. The referee separated Perez from Lyra. Perez exposed the bottom joint of the turnbuckle. Tatum Paxley ran to the apron and was punched off by Perez. Lyra avoided a stomp on the injured arm to the buckle joint. Lyra then worked on Perez at ringside with a bunch of kicks. Perez tossed Lyra into Paxley. Perez then tossed Lyra into the ringpost. Perez slammed Lyra’s injured arm into the post.

Perez hit Lyra with a La Mistica into a crossface. Lyra broke it with a rollup. Lyra hit Perez with a Crescent Kick for a nearfall. Lyra crash and burned on a splash. Perez out Lyra in a crossface, which Lyra broke with another pin attempt. Lyra reversed Pop Rocks into a jackknife pin. Both women traded nearfalls. Lyra hit Perez with a snap German Suplex. Perez hit Lyra with a Poisonrana and Pop Rocks. Lyra tried to escape, but Perez rolled Lyra ot the center of the ring.

Winner and NEW WWE NXT Women's World Champion: Roxanne Perez

WWE NXT World Championship
Ilja Dragunov (C) vs. Tony D'Angelo

After the WWE NXT Women's World Championship bout wraps up, we head into another quick commercial break. When we return, we see a live shot of the reigning WWE NXT World Champion Ilja Dragunov getting ready backstage for his latest title defense here on WWE NXT's biggest stage of the year. We shoot to the pre-match video package to tell the story leading up to this co-main event of the show.

The pre-match video package wraps up and then we return inside Wells Fargo Center for our second-to-last bout of WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024. The theme for Tony D'Angelo hits and out comes The Family leader accompanied by Luca Crusafino, Stacks and Adrianna Rizzo.

Now the entrance tune for the reigning, defending WWE NXT World Champion hits and out comes Ilja Dragunov. The fans give "The Mad Dragon" a big pop coming out and he settles into the ring leading his symphony of violence with the jam-packed sold out crowd inside the Wells Fargo Center.

The bell sounds and we're officially off-and-running with this one. Immediately we see Dragunov connect with a big chop, but instantly grab his own hand in pain. The commentators tell the story about D'Angelo targeting and injuring Dragunov's H-Bomb hand heading into today's show, to purposely take away his biggest weapon.

After some more back-and-forth action, we see things build up to a huge spot on the floor at ringside, where Dragunov and D'Angelo both start clearing off the commentary table together. Once it's cleared they start hockey-brawling back-and-forth. D'Angelo gets the better of it and goes to power bomb the champ through the table, but Dragunov fights back.

Dragunov ends up flattening D'Angelo with a powerful H-bomb on the floor. He yells out that it's not over. He picks up D'Angelo and lays him across the cleared off commentary desk. He hops on the ringside barricade and leaps off, connecting with a huge H-Bomb that puts D'Angelo through the desk.

Back in the ring, Dragunov hits another massive H-Bomb off the top-rope for the pin fall victory. With the win, Ilja Dragunov retains the WWE NXT World Championship. As he celebrates his victory, we see Tony D'Angelo get back to his feet. He shows Dragunov respect. The two shake hands without incident to wrap up the post-match scene.

Winner and STILL WWE NXT World Champion: Ilja Dragunov

Je'Von Evans Coming Soon, WWE NXT Stand & Deliver Breaks Record

A newcomer is coming to the scene in WWE NXT. After the WWE NXT World Championship co-main event wraps up, we shoot to a vignette building up the upcoming WWE NXT debut of a newcomer. "The Young O.G. is coming. See ya'll Tuesday!" says Je'Von Evans, who will apparently be debuting on next week's post-Stand & Deliver edition of WWE NXT.

Back inside the Wells Fargo Center, Noam Dar and The Meta-Four are shown standing inside the squared circle. They announce that tonight's show has broken the record for the largest WWE NXT show of all-time, as 16,545 fans are inside the Philadelphia venue for today's WrestleMania XL Weekend show for the WWE NXT brand.

Trick Williams vs. Carmelo Hayes

It's main event time!

After Noam Dar and The Meta-Four wrap up their attendance announcement, we head to another quick commercial time out. Upon returning, we see the elaborate pre-match video package to tell the story leading up to our final match of this year's WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 premium live event as part of WrestleMania XL Weekend.

The package wraps up and we return live inside the arena where we hear the familiar sounds of Carmelo Hayes' theme music. Out comes the former WWE NXT World Champion to the ring for this main event grudge match against his former Trick-'Melo Gang friend turned bitter-rival, Trick Williams.

We get a slight delay to let the crowd energy die down and then we hear the horns, followed by the drumroll as the loudest "Whoop That Trick!" chant ever echos throughout the sold out WWE NXT Universe in Philly as the highly-regarded emerging top WWE NXT Superstar Trick Williams emerges. He heads to the ring looking super pumped up and ready to go.

He settles in the ring and the music dies down. The ring announcer handles the final formal pre-match ring introductions for both competitors. The bell sounds and we're officially off-and-running with this one. The commentators remind us that Ava has specifically told the referee to be understanding with his calls in this one, as there must be a winner.

Early on, Melo toyed with Trick. Melo then slapped Trick in the face. Trick rallied back with right hands. Melo dumped Trick to ringside. Trick tripped up Melo. Trick gave Melo snake eyes on the apron and barricade. Trick dumped Melo to the crowd. Vic noted that it’s up to the ref to see how far these men can bend the rules. Trick and Melo brawled up to the lower stands. Melo stood up and posed on a barricade.

Melo hit Trick with a dive. Melo slapped the hat off of one of Trick’s family members in the front row. Trick backdropped Melo back to ringside. Melo fended off Trick with kicks. Melo avoided a crescent kick and hit Trick with a springboard clothesline. Melo exposed the top buckle joint. Trick gained control. Melo held on to the top buckle to block a Superplex. Melo tripped up Trick to send him chest first into the exposed steel.

Melo tackled Trick into the apron. Melo hit Trick with a slingshot stomp. Melo gave Trick some disrespectful front kicks. Melo then hit Trick with methodical strikes in the corner. Melo hit Trick with a basement dropkick. Trick got to his feet. Melo blocked a pop up punch. Melo avoided another punch. Trick and Melo took each other out with stereo Shotgun Dropkicks. Both men traded Boo-Yay forearms. Trick dared Melo to come at him.

Both men struck fighting poses. Melo went for a low blow, but Trick blocked in and rallied with right hands, crescent kicks, and a flapjack. Melo dodged a kick and hit Trick with La Mistica. Both men traded counters. Trick hit Melo with a jumping neckbreaker. Trick turned Melo inside out with a Discus Boot for a two count. Melo dodged an axe kick and hit Trick with a throat punch.

Melo hit Trick with a diving clothesline right into the already broken Spanish Announce table. Melo caught Trick in the ring with a frog splash for the two count. The match hit the ten minute mark. Melo countered Trick with a Codebreaker for a nearfall. Melo took his time to wait until Trick got to his knees. Melo tried to use his wrist tape like fiber wire to choke Trick. Trick blocked it. Trick accidentally gave the referee a Stinger Splash. The ref is bumped after that.

Carmelo hit Trick with a chop block. Trick stole a chair from melo and jabbed him in the gut. Trick then went to town in Melo’s back with the chair. The referee recovered and took away the chair. Melo hit Trick with a low blow for a nearfall. Trick gave Melo a right hand. Melo accidentally hit the referee with a knee strike only to once again see the ref get bumped. Melo hit Trick with Nothin’ But Net.

A second referee ran out and Trick kicked out at two. Melo went for a chair, but the referee took it away. This leads to Trick connecting with his Trick Knee finisher out of nowhere for the pin fall victory. After the match, the commentators talked us through highlights of the bout as Trick celebrated to thunderous chants of "Whoop That Trick!" from the sold-out, recording-breaking crowd inside Wells Fargo Center. That's how the WWE NXT Stand & Deliver 2024 premium live event went off the air. Thanks for joining us!

Winner: Trick Williams