Joe Coffey def. Eddie Dennis
Did Eddie Dennis bite off more than he could chew when he confronted a returning Gall during last week’s Supernova Sessions and sparked a frantic three-on-three fight? Joe Coffey will most likely say yes to you.
The Iron King waited patiently as Dennis contemplated, but as soon as the bell rang, Coffey immediately engaged his opponent and landed some stiff right hands and a shoulder lock, giving a battle cry and setting the tone for brutal combat rather than technical combat. match.
When Primate and Tyson T-Bone tried to distract Joe Coffey, they were attacked by Mark Coffey and Wolfgang at the ring, clearing the way for Joe Coffey to destroy Dennis with All the Best for the Bells for 1-2-3.
The fight continued after the match, with Gallus standing right in the square of the circle, dropping his newfound rivals to the ring floor.
Sam Gradwell, def. Dave Mastiff
Two of the best chatterboxes in NXT UK grappled with each other, and Dave Mastiff landed his first serious blows when he hit Gradwell with a pair of brutal right hands, a mid-knee and two rolling sentries.
“Resident Thunderstorm from NXT UK,” however, returned fire, dropping the Mastiff neck first onto the top rope, deadlifting his opponent overhead and almost driving him across the canvas to victory.
After the match, Gradwell became convinced that he was the brand’s “storm” and laughed at the defeated opponent when he left.
Ginny def. Dani Luna
Faced off against Meiko Satomura before taking a small loss last month, Dani Luna is once again in dire straits with Ginny.
And although Ginny caught her with a few stiff elbows towards her head and belly, Luna still had the means to break out of her grasp of submission and inflict three suplexes on her opponent.
However, as Luna seemed to be approaching victory, Joseph Conners barked at her from the ring, allowing Ginny to catch her opponent with a blow to the head and toss the ball for victory, robbing Luna of that elusive victory signature.
After the match, Ginny continued to stomp on Luna and forced her into agonized obedience before Flash Morgan Webster and Mark Andrews rushed in to chase Fashionista and Conners away.
Mustache Mountain def. Noam Dar and Sha Samuels
Tyler Bate defeated Noam Dar in a Heritage Cup match and became the # 1 contender for the A-Kid a few weeks ago, but the animosity between Mustache Mountain and the duo of Dar and Samuels has grown stronger every week.
Samuels gave his team an early advantage when he dodged the Lariat of Seven Stars from Don and folded him down with a goat before crashing into his right arms. Dar was too impatient to receive the tag at that moment, and he immediately began stomping Seventh’s elbows and knees.
After receiving a terrible punishment from each of his opponents, Seven finally caught Dar with DDT and made a dive mark for Bate, who immediately impaled Samuels with a series of right, left, and suplexes.
The match momentarily turned into a four-man hand-to-hand melee, but Mustache Mountain blasted Samuels with the Burning Hammer, and Beith covered his enemy for victory.