Amid a sea of fives, sixes and the occasional seven, one Superstar alone can be rated The Perfect 10. At least, that’s how Tye Dillinger views the playing field of NXT, the place where the calculating ring veteran plies his well-honed trade. Endlessly confident, the silky-smooth Dillinger thinks nothing of stopping a bout mid-match to grade his own performance. (Hint: It’s always 10 out of 10.) Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of holds and the discipline needed to apply them flawlessly, it’s hard to argue that Dillinger is anything less than perfect.
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Dec 11, 2016

Gold Coast, Australia:

Bobby Roode defeated Tye Dillinger.

Tye Dillinger & Shinsuke Nakamura & TM-61 defeated Bobby Roode & Samoa Joe & The Revival.

Dec 10, 2016

Newcastle, Australia:

Buddy Murphy & Shinsuke Nakamura & Tye Dillinger defeated Bobby Roode & Elias Samson & Samoa Joe.

Dec 8, 2016

Melbourne, Australia:

Buddy Murphy & Tye Dillinger defeated Bobby Roode & Elias Samson.

Dec 7, 2016

Tye Dillinger enters William Regal’s office and he talks about losing to Samoa Joe. He says that he promised everyone if he couldn’t defeat Joe then he didn’t deserve to be here. William Regal says next week he will have a tournament with the winners of the four matches meeting in an elimination match to determine who faces the champion. Regal says he would like to have Tye in the tournament and he asks if he has anything to say to him. Tye says he is fine and he leaves. William Regal picks up some brass knuckles.

Dec 7, 2016

Canberra, Australia:

Shinsuke Nakamura & Tye Dillinger defeated Bobby Roode & Samoa Joe.

Dec 5, 2016

Perth, Australia:

Bobby Roode defeated Tye Dillinger.

Dec 3, 2016

Osaka, Japan:

Tye Dillinger defeated Bobby Roode & Elias Samson.

Nov 30, 2016

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December 14, 2016:
Tye Dillinger comes out and it’s announced that there will be 4 matches to decide who will compete in a Fatal 4 Way to decide a new #1 contender. Eric Young and Sanity are out next. Young vs. Tye lasts about a minute as Nikki Cross interferes and attacks Dillinger. Dillinger wins by DQ. Big Damo shows up again and decimates Dillinger in the ring. Damo walks up the ramp past Sanity and leaves on his own again. It should be noted that Sawyer Fulton has been absent tonight.

December 21, 2016:
Bobby Roode defeated Andrade “Cien” Almas, Tye Dillinger and Roderick Strong in a Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match to become the new #1 contender. Strong and Almas were in the ring a lot early on. Lots of stiff shots by Almas. The first elimination came at 11:20 as Strong pinned Almas. The second elimination came at 13:00 when Tye pinned Strong. Roode then pinned Dillinger at the 18:25 mark to become the new #1 contender.

Nov 30, 2016

Nov 30, 2016

Samoa Joe is interview by Dasha Fuentes and is asked about Nakamura’s rematch. Joe says he is not surprised that Nakamura got his rematch so fast because Regal wants to take the title from him. Nakamura is not on his level and Joe says he is the best in NXT. Tye Dillinger shows up and he says he wants a shot at the champion. Joe says Dillinger is not on his level. He says that Dillinger has been humiliated in this country already and he does not know why Tye belongs in a ring with him. Tye says he has ten reasons but he only has to show him one. Tye slaps Joe and walks away.

Later in the night, Tye Dillinger is asked about his match as he walks in the back. He says he has been in a WWE ring for a long time and he has come so close in the past but fallen short. If he cannot win tonight, maybe he does not belong. Joe asked him for a reason why he should be in the ring and he did. Now he will beat Samoa Joe to prove that he belongs.

Tye Dillinger vs. Samoa Joe

They lock up and Dillinger with forearms and chops. Dillinger with a chop in the corner and Joe chops back. Dillinger kicks Joe and chops him in the corner. Dillinger with punches and an elbow to the back of the head. Joe with a forearm and elbow to the back of the head. Dillinger kicks Joe and hits a drop kick that sends Joe to the floor.

We are back and Dillinger punches Joe and sends him into the turnbuckles. Dillinger with punches of ten in the corner but Joe sends Dillinger to the apron. Dillinger gets in one more punch from the apron and he gets a near fall. Jose sends Dillinger to the floor and Dillinger with a shoulder from the apron and he pulls Joe down and hits a slingshot splash. Dillinger tries to get Joe up for the Tye Breaker but Joe with a sit out Kneebuster on Dillinger. Joe kicks Dillinger in the knee. Joe kicks Dillinger in the leg and hamstring. Joe rolls through into a knee bar. Dillinger is able to get to the ropes. Joe releases the hold and Dillinger with punches and chops to Joe. Joe with a back elbow and he follows with a chop to the back a knee to the chest and an elbow drop for a near fall. Joe stands on the knee and then he kicks Tye in the other knee. Joe with jabs to Dillinger and he forces Tye to a seated position and he tells Tye this is what he wanted. Joe slaps Tye and Tye slaps back. Tye with more slaps but Joe with a power slam for a near fall. Joe with a snap suplex and then he returns to the leg. The referee checks on Tye and Joe gives the thumbs down. Joe with forearms in the corner followed by an elbow to the head. Tye with forearms and chops. Joe with an Irish whip and running elbow followed by an enzuigiri.

We are back and Joe with jabs to Dillinger and he chops Tye. Joe with an elbow to the top of the head followed by a knee to the head. Joe with kicks to the chest. Joe with a kick to the back. Joe gets a near fall. Joe works on the neck but Tye gets to his feet and he connects with elbows. Joe with a reverse atomic drop but Joe misses a boot. Dillinger with a clothesline and both men are down.

Dillinger with a punch and chop to Joe. Dillinger with a flying forearm and double thrust followed by kicks and a clothesline. Dillinger stomps Joe. Dillinger kicks Joe in the corner. Dillinger with boots to Joe in the corner and he pulls down the knee pad and the sleeve on the knee. Dillinger goes for the Tye Breaker but Joe blocks it and Joe wtih a German suplex and he holds on for a Dragon suplex attempt but Dillinger drops down and gets a near fall. Dillinger with a super kick for a near fall. Dillinger pulls the sleeve on his knee up but then pulls it down. Dillinger gets Joe on his shoulders but Joe gets back to his feet. Joe with an STJoe followed by knees to the chest and Joe with a power bomb into a Boston Crab and then Joe with the cross face. Joe rolls Tye over and he applies the Choke and Dillinger passes out so the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Samoa Joe

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