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Making the rain fall this week, and by rain fall I mean tears falling from Jamie Keyes' eyes, is the news breaking that Jamie has been released from her WWE developmental contract. Maybe she shouldn't have sexually harassed Matt Striker last week en route to elimination?

Anyway, episode 6 of NXT3 kicked off with all of the Rookie Divas assembled in the ring, where Striker informed us that the next elimination is in three weeks time. None of the past victories matter and all the tallies are wiped clean so everyone starts at zero.

For the first elimination challenge in the post-Jamie season: Name That Tune. WWE entrance themes will play, first for 5 seconds worth 100 points each and then for 3 seconds worth 300 points each. Every Rookie carries an airhorn to blow. As it turns out, the only one who needed an airhorn was AJ, who completely dominated the competition, guessing every single song correctly except for the one time Naomi guessed Santino's theme right. Kaitlyn joked that her airhorn was broken, and that would be the first of the theme for Kaitlyn tonight where her joking around bit her in the ass when she should have been trying to win. Cole gets on AJ's case for being a "nerd" because she knows everyone's entrance theme, but Josh gets on Cole for that: why attack AJ for being a fan of the product? (I wonder if Vince McMahon was even on the headset to hear that logic? Probably not.) Speaking of Mr. McMahon, the last theme played was "No Chance in Hell", and when AJ guessed it right, Striker had the line of the night (at this point, he tops it later) when he said if AJ didn't guess it right, he'd "wish her all the best on her future endeavors."

It was total domination by AJ who got something like 1900 points to Naomi's 100 while everyone else scored a big fat zero. (Incidentally, the only theme I didn't guess right was also the only one even AJ missed: The Legion of Doom music. It's been a while since I've heard those guitar riffs. So, AJ, wanna go out with me? This is a relevant question - read on!)

Striker tells Naomi to stay in the ring for the next segment as she's going to face a Pro, Alicia Fox. After the WWE commercial break, Kelly Kelly comes to the ring to her own music while Maxine remained at ringside to watch her Pro Alicia make her entrance. And then we learned that only Pros are allowed to stand on the apron during matches as Maxine wanders over to the announce booth and sits next to Josh, but doesn't don a headset; she just watches the match. Josh is totally distracted by Maxine sitting next to him and starts talking to her, which sets Cole off that since no one can hear Maxine, it sounds like Josh is talking to himself.

Naomi vs. Alicia Fox (in a match to determine if Leroy can tell which one is which). Naomi hits all her big moves up front, including her enormous ass bump, that sends Alicia rolling out to the floor. Once back in the ring, Alicia begs off, which Cole calls as "begging off", and takes control for while, until Naomi rallies back and hits a running leg lariat while Alicia's in the corner. The match is actually pretty good, the best NXT3 match thus far, until the end. Alicia barely hits her axe kick finisher, which barely catches Naomi in the small of the back ("the lumbar region!" says Cole). Both Cole and Josh are confused on how to call whether Alicia hit it or not and they sort of agree she didn't. Apparently, Naomi agreed with them because she kicked out of the pin. So they do the Patented NXT Redo The Spot: Alicia hits another axe kick and MISSES AGAIN, connecting on Naomi's lower back/lumbar region. But whatever. This time Naomi didn't kick out and Alicia Fox is victorious, proving why she was the Undefined Divas Champion.

Backstage, the Undefined Million Dollar Champion Goldust tries to calm a near-hysterical Aksana. You see, Aksana has been so worried about INS and being deported (at least twice, Cole mentioned Aksana was "under threat of deportation!") and according to her attorney, they could kick her out of the country for "six months"(!), which would kill her hopes and dreams. Goldust continues to calm her down and tells her again they have options and he would do anything for her, but first she has to concentrate on winning NXT. And then he proceeds to instruct her how to apply a headlock(!) as they break for commercial. (I love this show so much.)

Back in the ring with all of our Rookies and Striker and Cole is aghast to hear the Rookies now have the chance to speak directly to the WWE Universe about anything they want and "show their charisma". (Cole balks at them having charisma and generally shits on every one in this segment.)

Naomi is up first and decides she has "to vent", then goes after Michael Cole, making the requisite Jim Ross joke, and generally ripping on him, but Cole goes into full Cole Mode, rebuffs everything, talks over Naomi, and no sells anything and everything she said. Cole haters would agree with Naomi, if they actually heard and or understood whatever she said, while Cole Miners concur that Cole shouted down an awful promo. So everybody lost with that one.

Next up is AJ, who decides to describe what it would be like to go on a date with her because she's single. A date with AJ would mean going back to her place, playing Xbox, or PS3 if you don't like Xbox, ordering some pizza if you're hungry, and she also promised to put up her Gamertag on Twitter so we can find her on Xbox Live. (Don't think I won't.) But then, AJ ruins everything by saying the date would be over by 10pm. 10pm?! Why, so we can watch NXT on wwe.nxt.com? Cole hated the promo, Josh fawned that he was in love with AJ even more, and I have someone new to friend request when I play Halo: Reach next.

When AJ's done, Striker delivers what will probably be the funniest line in the history of NXT: "I'm more of a Craigslist kind of guy."

Kaitlyn comes up next and cuts a promo on Vickie, which got the audience going for a bit. Kaitlyn compares Vickie to old cheese and then says that she "and Dolph" got together and got her a present, a tube of Ben Gay. Whatever Kaitlyn was trying to say, she never put the insults and jokes together coherently and she kind of just petered out at the end. (Cole accurately mocked her: "Big finish!")

For her topic, Aksana spoke about America and how grateful she is for America, and all the "beautiful people" in the audience (now she's either blind or just making stuff up) and concluded that she'd like to thank Christopher Columbus for discovering this country! (I love this show.)

Last and least, Maxine cuts a promo about disrespect. She starts off threatening Hornswoggle for pie facing her, but it sounded like she said she takes pies in the face but still comes out on top. That should have sounded more intriguing than it was. Then Maxine, who apparently has given up picking on AJ, turned her wrath towards Kaitlyn for disrespecting her Pro Vickie. Cole moaned and groaned until Maxine was done.

This segment wasn't an elimination challenge so there was no audience poll. And we go to break.

Backstage, Kaitlyn shadow boxes in preparation for the next elimination challenge. Vickie approaches her and proposes they let bygones be bygones, but adds the caveat that if Kaitlyn ever interacts with Dolph again, she'll regret it. And I realized Vickie never said "Excuse me!" Not once in this whole show.

Up next is the Power of the Punch challenge. Naomi starts off and punches the bag to over 800 points but Striker tells her it doesn't count because she used both hands to punch. Instead of disqualifying her, she gets a do-over and punches only slightly less hard, still over 800 points for the lead. AJ's up next and she punches about as hard as you'd think, something like 300 points. AJ's not going to win NXT based on her upper body strength, it should come as no surprise. Kaitlyn's turn and she whips out the Ben Gay and smears a huge clump of it on her right arm (Striker complained that it stinks.) Kaitlyn's all about the (failed) comedy, which leads to the failed challenge: she tries a running start, pretty much misses the bag completely and blows the challenge. Striker doesn't allow a do over but asks her to explain herself. Kaitlyn rambles a bit about her failed attempt to be funny but adds that she's really embarrassed right now. Next, Aksana tries her luck punching, and I had an Ivan Drago joke already to go if she wins ("1850 lbs! Whatever she hits, she destroys!") but no, Aksana doesn't come close to Naomi's score but she does score a demonic 666 that spooks everyone, especially Kelly Kelly: http://twitpic.com/​2xbzn4 Maxine also came up less than on top, so Naomi wins the elimination challenge. That and her strong, albeit losing, showing in the ring in the match she's been complaining about wanting since week 2 gave her her best showing since the debut episode.

So in the new cycle leading to the next elimination it's AJ: 1, Naomi: 1. But wait, we have one more match, which nearly sets a miserable Cole off the deep end: "What, there's MORE?!"

Aksana vs. AJ, which starts off pretty well with AJ's getting in some exciting offense, until Aksana bails out of the ring to consult with Goldust and takes so long, the crowd makes the rain fall. A rain of boos. You see, Aksana is still so worried about INS and deportation, she can't concentrate on her match. Goldust motivates her to get back in the ring and AJ slaps on a chinlock that looked like a it was choking Aksana to death. Finally, Aksana breaks free and is shot to the ropes and when AJ puts her head down, Aksana drops to her knees in patented Goldust-style and (eventally) delivers a forearm. She took her sweet time hitting the spot but the crowd (and the announcers) recognized and loved the "vintage Goldust.) And then, in "vintage NXT", a couple of seconds later, AJ rolls up Aksana in a small package out of nowhere and gets the win. (Aksana never got to use that headlock Goldust coached her to use backstage.)

Then this episode, nay, this very show NXT, takes it to a higher level. Aksana is crestfallen with the loss, but Goldust gets in the ring with a mic and tells her everything is going to be okay with INS, and she won't be deported because they have options. "What options?" Aksana asks. And it happens! Oh boy oh boy oh boy! Goldust falls to his knees and asks Aksana (sort if in vintage Goldust voice) to take his golden hand in matrimony. Aksana flashes her million dollar smile and says yes! The crowd pops, Goldust's music plays, the new Golden Couple pose in a corner, and even Cole is elated! Cole thanks Goldust for saving this show! And even though he called AJ a nerd several times, once after Josh pointed out AJ loves The Office, Cole also watches The Office because he said Goldust and Aksana will be even bigger than Jim and Pam's wedding!

We're gonna have an NXT wedding! Goldust and Aksana will be the first WWE Superstar and potential WWE Superstar to get married on an Internet-only WWE program! It's historic!

(My theory from last week holds more than ever now: I WILL BET ANYTHING GOLDUST SET ALL OF THIS INS NONSENSE UP TO FOOL AKSANA INTO MARRYING HIM TO REPLACE MARLENA.)

Anyway, great showing for AJ, a strong rebound for Naomi that not only put her back in this race but got me to not call her "Nadine" for this entire recap, Maxine is still twisting in the wind desperately, while Kaitlyn absolutely bombed it. But most important of all, Aksana will soon be Mrs. Aksana Goldust, or Mrs. Aksana Runnells, or Mrs. Aksana Rhodes. Anyway you look at it, you'll never forget the name...

In conclusion, I'd like to thank Christopher Columbus for discovering America, without whom there would be no NXT.

(edited by John Orquiola on 13.10.10 1103)

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.03
Wonderful stuff.

Critics have argued for some time that the only thing holding this show back from Emmy consideration was the lack of romance, but now with the Goldust/Aksana tale of love, laughter and immigration this void has been filled. The wedding itself has the potential be up there with The Gong, The Dog Bark and the season 2 ending beatdown in the realms of greatest things in the history of NXT.

On the downside, the once peerless Kaitlyn had an absolute stinker. Still, she can take heart from seeing that even a pro as experienced and dedicated to her craft as Alicia Fox had an off night.

I thank you, John, for "making the rain fall" in a way that so merrily captures the spirit of the show, and the very best of luck in your Halo-ing with AJ.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.81
Aksana = amazing

Goldust's proposal and the stereo gooooooooldposes is the most heartwarming moment in wrestling in years and years.

AKSANA HAS MASTERED THE GOLDUST DROP PUNCH. Goldust has now accomplished more training than every other NXT pro combined. No, Eli Cottonwood never figured out the flash kick. Aksana's acclamation of America was the long awaited coalescence of Vladimir Kozlov, Kenzo Suzuki, and Maryse. She would've won Power of the Punch if it was Power of the Kisskisskisskiss.

Aksana is the motherfucking winner.

Good effort by Naomi to try to take on the Cole Engine, but you mess with the bull you get the horns.

Oh man Josh said "on top."

Bwah, Striker called AJ a mark. "AJ racking up the points." the-w.com user OMG its Feely: "AJ not racking up anything."

Fuck's sake AJ panders like something that panders shamelessly and a lot. "Hey doodz we should talk about this interview on a <3 wrestling message board <3 tomorrow morning ^_^." I thought she was homeless, where does she keep her ten video game consoles? Lunchables. Goddamn. Oh well, whatever it takes to beat Kaitlyn.

STFU Kaitlyn. And scene.

(edited by JustinShapiro on 13.10.10 0827)
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
If Gongy presides over the ceremony, it will top the wedding of Andy Taylor on the first episode of Mayberry RFD as the biggest event in the history of broadcasting in any format. Also, if somehow the INS agent drags her away or she realizes that Goldust is behind this, Ron Simmons needs to come out and bring forth his inner Florida Evans with a heartfelt DAMN DAMN DAMN!

(edited by redsoxnation on 13.10.10 0821)
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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.91
"WHERE'S MY GONG?!"

I saw AJ's "turn on my XBox" joke coming a mile away...but she's still my favorite, for being a big enough "nerd" to actually know the product of the company she wants to work for.

(And 7 min ago @RookieAJ tweeted this: "Had to make a new xbox Gamer tag just for my NXT peeps. Its AJLeeNXT. Also feel free to email me at Diva_AJLee@yahoo.com. Boomies.")

And I was hoping Goldust would have taken the big, creepy Goldust breath in the middle of his proposal. "Will you... {deep breath/creepy voice} marry me?"

I hope Rico is involved with the wedding ceremony, since Bischoff and Kane are tied up in other stories right now...

(edited by Spiraling_Shape on 13.10.10 0553)


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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.81
Boomies.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95
    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    And I realized Vickie never said "Excuse me!" Not once in this whole show.


Fail.

    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    When AJ's done, Striker delivers what will probably be the funniest line in the history of NXT: "I'm more of a Craigslist kind of guy."


I really do like Striker.


    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    And it happens! Oh boy oh boy oh boy! Goldust falls to his knees and asks Aksana (sort if in vintage Goldust voice) to take his golden hand in matrimony. Aksana flashes her million dollar smile and says yes!



Thus meaning that I MUST watch this online next week.

Thank you for the fantastic reviews. You are the internet voice of NXT3, Good 'Ol J.O.~! BY GAWD.


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#8 Posted on
    Originally posted by Spiraling_Shape
    (And 7 min ago @RookieAJ tweeted this: "Had to make a new xbox Gamer tag just for my NXT peeps. Its AJLeeNXT. Also feel free to email me at Diva_AJLee@yahoo.com. Boomies.")


AJ's new media pandering is next generation Ashley Massaro. AshleyMassaroNXT. And it will probably work (it's working on me), like it did for Ashley. AJ's also smarter than Ashley (ain't hard to be) by creating a new gamertag and email, unlike Ash who gave away her real and then current cell phone number.

AJ hasn't approved my friend request but that's cool, that's cool. She's on a plane, she better when she gets home if she wants to steal my Kaitlyn vote in 3 weeks.

I'm gonna pwn her n00b ass. And also in Halo.

(edited by John Orquiola on 13.10.10 0627)

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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.33
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Boomies.


So first she tries to steal Mickie James' gimmick, and now Melina's tweets?!?
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.96
I'll give Kaitlyn a pass since she's being forced to do double duty on both NXT and Smackdown. As awesome as she is, she's not up to Chris Jericho or The Miz's level yet, or even Michael Cole for that matter. (I would like to hear her on commentary for a match, though.)

Why not just sell the axe kick to the lower back as a kidney shot? I'm pretty sure a real axe kick to that area is still going to hurt.

It's amazing that for the last two years, the only thing the writers could come up with for Goldust was teaching English to Yoshi Tatsu and suddenly, when there's money on the line, they've come up with two completely unrelated yet equally interesting storylines for him. It's like, instead of writing stories to make money, they're waiting for the money to be made and then bothering to write.

After Aksana's promo, I'm pulling for Tatanka (Buffalo) to come in and ruin the wedding. (Fun Fact: Tatanka's son's real middle name is... Tatanka.)

I'm looking forward to the wedding, however. Most of the weddings in the past have been lead up to by stupid storylines. In this case, Goldust has actually been entertaining the entire time. And when was the last time a wedding was actually completed w/ willing participants and neither of them dying a few weeks later?
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.75
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Oh man Josh said "on top."


So did Maxine, more than once. Makes sense- the standard for internet PG is much less than TV-PG when the net has lemon parties & too high of a girl:cup ratio.

Between Craigslist and Borat, Striker made his most current references of all time. I think he also broke the record for breaking into laughter based on the commentary he hears.

Bullshit Nadine was allowed a mulligan and Kaitlyn wasn't. Blatant racism by NXT's anonymous General Manager. Bad week for Kaitlyn, probably did the worst- although Nadine's horrible attempt to burn Cole was the worst thing on the show. At this point Cole is not the punching bag that had to sit there in shame while he modelled The Rock's newest t-shirt. He has the legion of loyal Cole Miners, plus everyone from Daniel Bryan to Edge have burned him better and mentioned JR when doing it. Cole did pretty decent counterpoints outside mocking her for having streaks in her hair. Still, Nadine had the power of the punch (Sir Regal would be upset on the lack of brass knuckles) victory. AJ's promo was predictable and bad, although I have no shame to admit I will add her on XBL.

Looking at all the evidence, I'm giving worst honours to Alicia Fox. Greenest rookie on the show by far.

Also bullshit was AJ in Name That Tune. She obviously didn't know most of them when she blew (that's what she said) as she'd spend a few seconds EACH TIME making that (albeit cute) thinking face. The NXT Overlords should've called her on that one- and there should have been points lost for wrong answers besides a time limit for giving them. I also couldn't figure out LOD's, it was totally killing me not being able to place it.

    Originally posted by Spiraling_Shape
    And I was hoping Goldust would have taken the big, creepy Goldust breath in the middle of his proposal. "Will you... {deep breath/creepy voice} marry me?"


You and me both, fella. Only thing lacking from an otherwise stellar angle. If Cody is so dashing, where's his hot Lithuanian model fiancée? Goldust's belt is also better looking, if he steals his brother's video mirror & theme music I'd probably rank him above Big Dust.

For the Golden Wedding singers may I suggest Kaitlyn/AJ sing the song they performed on Twitter- Demon Baby?



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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.89
Aksana loves Double Double E.

I have liked they actually have storylines, even if everyone saw Goldust proposing to Aksana as soon as they brought up the deportation angle.

I'm still ranking AJ and Kaitlyn at the top, then the other three are all at the bottom, but they have potential.

Name That Tune, I was hoping they'd break out more obscure themes (like Duke "The Dumpster Droese perhaps), but they kept it easy. I didn't get Mr. McMahon's because all I heard was someone (Josh Matthews?) saying "What A Rush!" in a funny voice.

AJ didn't post her PSN name. :(
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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94
I like how AJ's ring gimmick is basically 'take the opponent's big move, no-sell, then roll her up." I don't think she's won with anything other than a rollup. She should develop an inside cradle, a backslide, and a double-leg cradle and then be pushed as the master of the roll-up. She can take over Rey Mysterio's mantle as the biggest underdog and steal from AJ Styles' Pele gimmick in that her rollup finisher can come OUT OF NOWHERE~!
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#14 Posted on
    Originally posted by Ecks
    AJ didn't post her PSN name. :(


Maybe she doesn't use PlayStation Network. (I don't want this thread to spiral into an Xbox Live vs. PS Network debate...)

Update on AJ on Xbox Live (also known as Xbox Live Stalking - not that I'm doing such a thing, you understand):

The friend request I sent yesterday morning has yet to be approved. She logged in as AJLeeNXT on 10/13 but when I compared my games played to hers, it looked like she didn't play any games, or at least not anything I play. I bet she logged in, saw the probably huge number of friend requests, and that's all. No idea if anyone was approved (I've seen people on Twitter complain they haven't been approved so I bet she didn't - this is all conjecture.)

Regardless, she does have her own private gamertag so she doesn't necessarily have to play anyone as AJLeeNXT. But she should. Ashley Massaro actually took people's calls and spoke to them to garner votes.

I'll personally see to it AJ is thrown off of NXT in three weeks if this is all just a ruse!



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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.66
    Originally posted by John Orquiola
      Originally posted by Ecks
      AJ didn't post her PSN name. :(


    Maybe she doesn't use PlayStation Network. (I don't want this thread to spiral into an Xbox Live vs. PS Network debate...)

    Update on AJ on Xbox Live (also known as Xbox Live Stalking - not that I'm doing such a thing, you understand):

    The friend request I sent yesterday morning has yet to be approved. She logged in as AJLeeNXT on 10/13 but when I compared my games played to hers, it looked like she didn't play any games, or at least not anything I play. I bet she logged in, saw the probably huge number of friend requests, and that's all. No idea if anyone was approved (I've seen people on Twitter complain they haven't been approved so I bet she didn't - this is all conjecture.)

    Regardless, she does have her own private gamertag so she doesn't necessarily have to play anyone as AJLeeNXT. But she should. Ashley Massaro actually took people's calls and spoke to them to garner votes.

    I'll personally see to it AJ is thrown off of NXT in three weeks if this is all just a ruse!


Could be a decent heel turn. "I SUCKERED YOU ALL INTO VOTING FOR ME!".

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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.26
    Originally posted by El Nastio


    Is there a reason Golddust is getting these mini-programs? I'm not complaining mind you, because it's great he is.

He's got an autobiography coming out in December.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.90
Isn't there a DVD set in the works too?



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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.14
    Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
    Isn't there a [Goldust] DVD set in the works too?
Yes. The documentary part, if done well, could be really interesting. The matches, not so much.
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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
    Originally posted by KJames199
      Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
      Isn't there a [Goldust] DVD set in the works too?
    Yes. The documentary part, if done well, could be really interesting. The matches, not so much.






The latter half of his career, I agree. The earlier years where he was teaming with Steamboat and Windham, good matches. Not so much because of Dustin, but good matches.
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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.98
    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    The latter half of his career, I agree. The earlier years where he was teaming with Steamboat and Windham, good matches. Not so much because of Dustin, but good matches.


The Arn Anderson turn and alliance with the Studd Stable HAS to be there. That's my favorite betrayal during a match.



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