Pete Dunn and Onei Lorcan, def. Tommaso Champa and Timothy Thatcher
Pete Dunn and Uni Lorcan were looking for scraps, and Tommaso Champa and Timothy Thatcher did not disappoint with the rise in aggression. The two teams exchanged hayfields until Ridge Holland’s shocking return opened up the opportunity for Dunn to win the Bitter End at Black Heart. Holland did everything he could to announce his renewed presence, brutally beating Champa and Thatcher after the match.
Samoa Joe Seals Deal With Mr Regal To Buy NXT TakeOver 36
Following a fierce attack by Carrion Cross last week from Samoa, Joe offered an interesting solution to Mr. Regal’s problem and orchestrated a massive NXT TakeOver 36 clash in which he will fight for Carrion Cross’s NXT title.
Carmelo Hayes, def. Josh Briggs
The NXT Breakout continued with Carmelo Hayes and Josh Briggs losing in the third match of the first round. Briggs showed a flair for physical condition, but Hayes blinded him with his acrobatics, clearing himself a ticket to the next round.
Dakota Kai shocked Raquel Gonzalez with a surprise attack
After Dakota Kai proclaimed that Raquel Gonzalez would remain the NXT Women’s Champion “as long as I have your back,” the friendship was shattered by the Team Kick captain, who kicked the title holder in the head with a boot, posed with the championship, and left. tournament. up the ladder as Gonzalez stared with daggers through her supposed ally.
Casey Catanzaro and Kayden Carter def. Frankie Monet and Jesse Kamea
Frankie Monet was determined to boost the popularity of Robert Stone’s brand, but Casey Katanzaro and Kayden Carter have no plans to let any teams interrupt their path to the NXT women’s team titles. La Gera Loca attracted attention, but Robert Stone’s reckless intervention allowed Catanzaro and Carter to fly out to victory.
Imperium def. Hit row
Hit Row’s cocky demeanor drew the ire of all of the black and gold brand’s tag teams, and Imperium was given the opportunity to try to silence the dynamic duo. Top Dolla and Ashante “You” Adonis showed off their style, but Legado del Fantasm’s untimely attack on Isaiah “Swerve” Scott allowed Marcel Bartel and Fabian Eichner to deliver a crushing blow.
Adam Cole, def. Bronson Reid
Bronson Reed wanted to take his golden opportunity, but Adam Cole had other plans, Bay Bay. The colossal superstar almost decided to declare victory, but the missed tsunami allowed Cole to land two crushing kicks to decide his fate. Reed wasn’t the only one targeting Cole, as an enraged Kyle O’Reilly launched a relentless steel chair attack on Cole to close the night on the black and gold brand.
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