NXT Coverage: Cole Snakebitten or Ricochet That Good?

Four solid matches developed the mid-card and created new feuds, making this week’s NXT a solid one. But with no NXT Champion or North American Champion on the show, there was a lack of star power.

Matches:

Dominik Dijakovic vs. Shane Thorne: The former ROH top prospect beat Thorne with the Feat Your Eyes in a  competitive match that wasn’t necessarily a squash.

The Street Profits: Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins vs. Humberto Carrillo and Stacey Ervin Jr.: A Blockbuster from Dawkins got the Profits the win but afterwards they called out the War Raiders. Soon enough, every tag team in NXT was there and Hanson and Rowe laid waste to them all.

Taynara Conti vs. Aliyah: Ailyah got the win with the Kimura and help from Vanessa Borne, but Shayna Baszler, alongside Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir took them out after the match.

Ricochet vs. Adam Cole: Ricochet got the win, but by the end of it all, The Undisputed Era beat on him and Aleister Black.

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