Cameron Grimes def. Duke Hudson – Unlimited Match
Cameron Grimes uncovered the truth by revealing the Duke of Hudson’s shaved head after their brutal clash without restraint.
Both superstars showed just how personal this intense rivalry was, as Grimes and Hudson beat each other with various trash cans, kendo sticks and chairs. After guiding Grimes across the table, Hudson grabbed a pair of hair clippers, but Grimes fled with a poisonous wound and Cave in to win.
Grayson Waller responded to his attack on Johnny Gargano
Grayson Waller enjoyed the fierce reaction of the NXT Universe to his surprise attack on Johnny Gargano last week.
Ivy Neil def. Amari Miller
Ivy Neal continued the dominant race with a powerful victory over Amari Miller. The Diamond Mine Pit Bull looked like she was barely sweating as she did push-ups and swooped down on the fallen Miller. Miller saw the hurt for a moment, but Neal quickly put an end to the attack before she locked herself in a modified sleeping dragon to force Miller to knock.
Harland devastated Guru Raj in debut match
A terrifying Harland shot through Guru Raaj, leaving a path of utter destruction in his wake in his NXT 2.0 debut. Harland hit Raaj on the mat before delivering a monstrous pinprick. Without finishing this, Harland turned his attention to Raaj again, ignoring the referees who constantly beat his face against the mat. It wasn’t until Joe Gacy stepped in to calm the terrorizing Harland that the duo finally left the ring.
Cora Jade def. Dakota Kai
Freshly released from injury in NXT WarGames, Cora Jade threw herself into action again against Dakota Kai.
Kai aimed for the injured shoulder, but that did little to slow the staunch Jade. After she planted Jade with uranium, Kai rolled out of the ring to grab her trusty shovel. Despite being nearly attacked, the referee managed to move the shovel away from Kai, causing Jade to quickly turn it over.
After the match, chaos reigned when Raquel Gonzalez threw herself onto the ring to save Jade from an enraged Kai. As the two battled backstage in the arena, Jade was left alone in the ring to fall prey to Toxic Attraction, which lashed out at the young Superstar and attacked her injured shoulder.
Tony D’Angelo, def. Andre Chase
Tony D’Angelo used his match against Andre Chase as an instructive moment to show the founder of Chase University the importance of respect. Chase flaunted his student section, keeping D’Angelo on his heels until “The Made Man of NXT” pulled the sweater over Chase’s head and began unleashing blows to the body. D’Angelo then threw Chase across the ring with a suplex and curling neck collar to score 1-2-3.
Boa def. Edris Enofe
Edris Inofe should have stayed away from Boa’s affairs, as the new ship for the Tian Sha paid promising pay for stopping his attack on Solo Sikoa last week. Enofe held on to an impressive small set of suplexes, but Boa’s new abilities, which were still not entirely under his control, helped him prevail before knocking out Enofe with a vicious roundhouse kick to the head for victory.
Time def jacket. GYV
After James Drake and Zach Gibson constantly thwarted Gray Young Veterans’ plans, they finally had a chance to express their frustrations on The Jacket. The two teams exchanged blows at a frantic pace as all four superstars put their bodies at stake.
As the GYV started rolling, The Creed Brothers headed to the ring to watch the match. Kushida took advantage and knocked Drake and Gibson out of the ring. The Creeds attacked GYV, but stopped dead to witness both Jacket Time members jumping on the ropes to kill Drake and Gibson. Kushida and Jiro then rolled the GYV back into the ring to perform a moon kick using the top rope and pin.
Bron Breaker def. Roderick Strong
Roderick Strong wanted to fight for the big money, and Bron Breaker put up a heavyweight fight between the NXT heavyweight champion and a strong fighter.
Not many Superstars can hang with Breaker’s strength, but Strong picked him up shot after shot, smashing Breaker against the bulletin board before lifting him up for a double knee. Unable to hold him in his hands, Breaker turned on to express his own punishment in the form of thunderous belly-to-belly suplexes and Frankenstein.
The two hit each other when Breaker somehow knocked the suplex off the top rope and the double power bomb backstage. Strong tried to keep him in shock, but Breaker caught him and raised him for the gorillas press powerslam and victory.
After the match, NXT champion Tommaso Champa jumped on Breaker and stabbed Willow’s Bell to the title, standing over the fallen Breaker as the NXT flew off the air.