NXT Power Rankings: Bayley Unbeatable?

If you thought NXT was going to call in their last episode before NXT Takeover London, think again. Check out this week’s NXT Power Rankings to see who’s got the most to lose and gain at NXT Takeover London.

Honorable Mention: Colin Cassady and Enzo Amore: After Dash and Dawson took them out a few weeks ago, the duo from NYC came back stronger than ever and now appear primed for a shot at the NXT Tag Team Championship. After a year of chasing the title, can Big Cass and Enzo take the next big step?

5: Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder: These guys are so much fun to watch and now with Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady hungry for a shot at the NXT Tag Team titles, Dash and Dawson will face their biggest challenge yet.

4: Apollo Crews: If there was a TV Champion in NXT, it would be Crews. The kind of the NXT mid-card, Crews easily beat former TNA standout Jesse Sorensen.

3: Bayley: Thwarting Eva Marie’s evil plan, Bayley is still NXT Women’s Champion, but with Nia Jax breathing down her throat, how long can she keep the title?

2: Samoa Joe: Arguably the most decorated worker in NXT to never hold the title, Joe has a once in a lifetime opportunity at NXT Takeover London against his former friend Finn Balor. Playing mind games with Balor this week, Joe took advantage of the young and less experienced Balor and left the show in his head.

1: Finn Balor: Although he’s beaten Kevin Owens, Balor will have his hands full with a similar type of destructive and agile monster in Joe at NXT Takeover London. In need of a big match and some more fire in his belly, this could be a match that brings Balor to another level.

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