NXT Coverage: Better Than Ever

So many new faces, so many fresh matchups. NXT is the best show on the WWE Network and this week was another perfect example.


Johnny Gargano vs. Tino Sabbatelli w/Riddick Moss: Gargano took him to school and got the win with the Gargano Escape.

Lacey Evans vs. Bianca Belair: Evans fought hard, but this was Belair’s match. The Chicken Wing Slam and Hair Whip were awesome, but the Reverse Powerbomb put Evans away.

No Way Jose vs. Lars Sullivan: Jose tried the striking game, but they didn’t affect Sullivan. A top rope headbutt and modified Front Slam got the win for the monster.

Tyler Bate and Trent Seven vs. Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish w/Adam Cole: This was an excellent match. Pay-per-view worthy. A ton of near-falls and offense. In the end, however, interference from Cole allowed ReDragon to hit the High-Low Kick for the win. After the match, Fish and Company beat on British Strong Style, but Drew McIntyre hit the ring, soon followed by Sanity to start a wild brawl to end the show.

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