Toni Storm faces Deonna Purrazzo in some (mostly) friendly competition on a pretty good episode of NXT UK that was mostly about setting up Takeover: Blackpool.
Moustache Mountain took on Gallus in a semifinal match of the tag title tournament, Jinny tried to figure out Candy Floss, Barthel and Aichner had a dominant performance against Williams and Jordan, and Travis Banks had an easy night on an entertaining episode of NXT UK.
WWE NXT UK Episode 20 #NXTUK Original Air Date: December 26, 2018 Event Date: November 24, 2018 (available on the WWE Network) City: Liverpool, England, UK Venue: Liverpool Olympia Commentary: Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness Ring Announcer: Andy Shepherd Intro Video “Dusted” by Astroid Boys Match 1 James Drake & Zack Gibson vs Wild …
The quarter-final round has three good (and quite different) matches plus one heartbreaking end for one of this year’s competitors.
The second round of the Mae Young Classic concludes with another series of good matches, and a great fight between Mia Yim and Kaitlyn.
Ricochet and Pete Dunne fight for each other’s title in a good episode of NXT.
Mercedes Martinez, Deonna Purrazzo, Ashley Rayne and others begin their journey in the 2018 Mae Young Classic in first round action!
Bianca Belair takes on Nikki Cross, Lorcan and Burch return to action as a team, Baszler destroys someone’s arm, and Raul Mendoza attempts to chop down Lars Sullivan in a pretty good episode of NXT.
Pete Dunne defends the UK Title against Zack Gibson, and Deonna Purrazzo returns to NXT when she faces Bianca Belair in an episode of NXT that was otherwise a recap of Takeover: Brooklyn 4.
Madison Rayne takes on Deonna Purrazzo in a good edition of Women of Honor Wednesday.
Deonna Purrazzo and Karen Q attempt to settle their differences in a No DQ match.
Ian Riccaboni gives an update on WOH and Kelly Klein makes a statement at the expense of Jynx.
Karen Q makes her ROH/WOH debut as she looks to end the 532 day undefeated streak of Kelly Klein.
This week’s match is a four corner survival featuring Faye Jackson, Deonna Purrazzo, Jenny Rose, and Mandy Leon.
Kelly Klein’s 525-day winning streak is put on the line against the talented Deonna Purrazzo.
Not many things might have been settled here, but this was a good show with some good, or at least interesting, matches.
The first Full Sail NXT of 2016 set up some possible new directions for its singles title holders, but the show itself got NXT off to a slow start for the year.
A pretty good show and a nice final stop before Takeover next week. All the right things were built up, and there was some pretty good wrestling on the show as well.