Sarray def. Amari Miller
If her first appearance on 205 Live was any indication, Surrey could have stayed with the purple brand.
The Japanese sensation, which faced the likes of Toxic Attraction at NXT 2.0, received another big challenge from Amari Miller, who defeated Valentina Feroz last week and turned his head after bursting onto the 205 Live stage.
Thriller in the Ring seemed to be approaching her second win in a row when she kicked Surrey with a roundhouse kick, but Surrey flew out in time and landed Miller with her own kick. As Miller was stunned and seated at the bottom rope, Surrey fired 1-2-3 with a merciless blow to the jaw.
Creed Brother def. Demetri Jackson and Andrew Lockhart
There are inconsistencies, as well as what we saw when The Creed Brothers battled local rivals Demetri Jackson and Andrew Lockhart.
Representing the Diamond Mine, Brutus and Julius attacked their opponents with ruthless efficiency, shouting, “We want (NXT Tag Team Champions) MSK!” before finally ending the awkward beating with an impressive two-team maneuver.
After the call, the rest of The Diamond Mine – NXT Heavyweight Champion Roderick Strong, Ivy Neal, Malcolm Bevens, and Hachiman – stepped into the ring and Bivens vowed “desolation, destruction, aggression and annihilation” for all who stand in the way of The Creed Brothers … Bivens then challenged the entire WWE roster on behalf of Brutus and Julius.
Grayson Waller def. Trey Baxter
Grayson Waller seems to adhere to the classic mantra of “Don’t be cocky if you back it up.”
Entering the ring and first engaging in combat with Trey Baxter, hands clasped behind his back, Waller struck the first hard blow as he shook the ring with a side kick and then landed his opponent with a dangling suplex.
With the chanting “fight forever” emanating from the WWE universe, Baxter got a reprieve when he quickly defeated his enemy with a modified DDT tornado, ensuigiri and frog splash, but Waller stole the victory by flipping a small package for It was a chance to secure a much-needed victory after he failed in his attempt to topple NXT heavyweight champion Roderick Strong.
As for Baxter, he returned to the drawing board as the defeat increased his losing streak to three in a row.