NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day Results 2/14/2021, LA Knight (Eli Drake)

NXT CHAMPIONSHIP
Finn Balor (c) defeated Pete Dunne

After the match, Balor recovers as the music hits. We go to replays. We come back to Balor standing tall with the title. He poses in the corner as the crowd cheers him on. Dunne is down but recovering. Balor poses on the stage with the title around his waist until NXT Tag Team Champions Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch run out, dropping Balor from behind. The boos get louder as Burch and Lorcan bring Balor into the ring for the double team. The referee tries to stop the attack but he gets knocked down, possibly by a recovering Dunne. Dunne joins in for the triple team until The Undisputed Era’s music hits for a big pop. Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong run down and hit the ring as Dunne, Burch and Lorcan retreat to the stage. O’Reilly checks on Balor and offers his hand. O’Reilly helps Balor to his feet and they shake as fans cheer them on. The Undisputed Era stands in the middle of the ring and does their pose as Balor stands with them, doing his own pose. Cole suddenly superkicks Balor out of nowhere. O’Reilly and Strong, especially O’Reilly, aren’t happy with this. O’Reilly has words with Cole while we hear Strong say he understands what Cole did. Cole superkicks O’Reilly out of nowhere and lays him out next to Balor on the mat. Strong looks a bit unsure about everything but he’s with Cole. The boos get louder now as Cole looks down at O’Reilly, who is barely moving. Cole made his exit from the ring while Balor and O’Reilly are still down. Strong acted conflicted between the two. 

NXT WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Io Shirai (c) defeated Toni Storm and Mercedes Martinez

MEN’S DUSTY RHODES CLASSIC FINALS
MSK defeated The Grizzled Young Veterans

NXT NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Johnny Gargano (c) defeated Kushida

WOMEN’S DUSTY RHODES CLASSIC FINALS
Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez defeated Shotzi Blackheart and Ember Moon

Pre-show: The panel is interrupted by the former Eli Drake from Impact Wrestling and the NWA. He is now known as LA Knight. He puts the locker room on notice and warns that he has his eyes on any Superstar who is currently holding a title.