The stunning NXT UK issue will feature Pretty Deadly defending the NXT UK Tag Team title from Mustache Mountain, Emilia McKenzie and Blair Davenport meeting, and more.
Despite being widely respected by their peers and considered the two “Founding Fathers of NXT UK,” Tyler Beit and Trent Seven have experienced unevenness in recent months.
Thanks in large part to Pretty Deadly’s distraction, Beit lost his NXT UK Heritage Cup to Noam Dar when Seventh accidentally threw a towel into the ring.
Beit and Seven also failed in their last attempt to topple Stoker and Hawley in August, but they bounced back with a couple of impressive tandem victories, including a fatal four-way match that brought them a second opportunity to challenge the champion. Champions.
While Pretty Deadly often uses devious tactics, no one can dispute the results. In fact, after beating Mark Coffey and Wolfgang and winning gold in February, Stoker and Hawley showed 5-0 when their championship was on the line, setting the stage for a must-watch title battle.
After a tumultuous start to her tenure at NXT UK, which included several brutal covert attacks on her fellow superstars and even the shocking beating of Assistant CEO Sid Scul, Davenport has made enemies with virtually everyone in the brand.
With a glimpse of Meiko Satomura and her NXT UK Women’s Tile, the daring newcomer is set to take on World’s Best protégé Mackenzie, who has won three of her last four matches against the likes of Stevie Turner, Amal and Isla Dawn. Mackenzie has seemed to have pieced together everything since taking over custody from Satomura, although Davenport is arguably her most dangerous opponent to date.
Additionally, after Sam Gradwell lost the NXT UK Heritage Cup title match against Noam Dar, Sam Gradwell is gearing up to fight Sha Samuels. In addition, the arrogant Jordan Devlin is determined to appeal to the British NXT universe.
Don’t miss the exciting NXT UK episode airing Thursday at 3 ET / 8 GMT exclusively on Peacock in the US and WWE elsewhere!