WWE NXT TakeOver 36 full live results and highlights

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Check out the official results and highlights from NXT TakeOver 36.

On Sunday, a full 24 hours removed from an eventful SummerSlam, NXT TakeOver 36 takes place live from the Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Fla. The card has all the makings of being one of the best in WWE this year.

The card will feature four championship matches. Karrion Kross, who made his RAW debut recently, defends his NXT Championship against Samoa Joe. NXT Women’s Champion Raquel Gonzalez puts her title on the line against former tag team partner Dakota Kai. Walter looks to extend his NXT UK Championship reign by defeating Ilja Dragunov. Finally, Cameron Grimes looks to win the Million Dollar Championship from L.A. Knight.

Additionally, former Undisputed Era stablemates Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly do battle in what should be an epic a two-out-of-three falls match.

Full live results and highlights for WWE NXT TakeOver 36:

Ridge Holland vs. Trey Baxter — Pre-Show matchup

OFFICIAL RESULT: Ridge Holland def. Trey Baxter


L.A. Knight (c) vs. Cameron Grimes — Million Dollar Championship

OFFICIAL RESULT: Cameron Grimes def. L.A. Knight to win the Million Dollar Championship


Raquel Gonzalez (c) vs. Dakota Kai — NXT Women’s Championship

OFFICIAL RESULT: Raquel Gonzalez def. Dakota Kai to retain the NXT Women’s Championship


Walter (c) vs. Ilja Dragunov — NXT United Kingdom Championship

OFFICIAL RESULT: Ilja Dragunov def. Walter to win the NXT United Kingdom Championship


Adam Cole vs. Kyle O’Reilly — Two-out-of-Three Falls Match

OFFICIAL RESULT: Kyle O’Reilly def. Adam Cole two falls to one.

  • First Fall: O’Reilly def. Cole in a singles match
  • Second Fall: Cole def. O’Reilly in a street fight
  • Third Fall: O’Reilly def. Cole in a steel cage match


Karrion Kross (c) vs. Samoa Joe — NXT Championship

OFFICIAL RESULT: Samoa Joe def. Karrion Kross to win the NXT Championship


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