Emilia Mackenzie, def. Isla Dawn
For several months, evil blood was brewing between Emilia Mackenzie and Isla Dawn, and fierce rivals, without wasting time, resumed hostilities, immediately attacking each other and exchanging fists at the sound of the bell.
Mackenzie, who was defeated by Dawn when they fought one-on-one in April, received a sweet redemption when she threw her opponent with a German suplex and hit him in the jaw with a terrible double knee.
Despite the loss, Dawn sat in the corner and smiled and laughed as Mackenzie walked out.
Tyler Beit def. Jack Stars in NXT UK Heritage Cup 2: 1
Although initially hesitant to accept Tyler Bate’s offer of a match for the NXT UK Heritage Cup, Jack Stars felt at home in all four rounds of the grueling clash.
However, The Big Strong Boi landed the first significant hit in 37 seconds in the second round, using a unique combination of fasteners to gain a 1-0 lead.
However, Stars kept his composure by changing the turn of Bate’s plane to execute his own, before hitting Bate with an uppercut and nearly crashing in the third round. Moments later, Stars managed to trade pins to score 1-2-3 and equalize 1-1.
In the 4th round, Beit escaped from a Boston crab and suddenly caught fire, hitting his opponent with multiple punches, a clothesline, a blow to the back of the head, and Tyler Driver ’97 for a decisive punch.
After the match, Mark Coffey stepped into the ring to applaud Bate, but soon punched him in the face before fleeing the ring and gathered with Wolfgang at the entrance.
NXT UK Women’s Champion Meiko Satomura fights Nina Samuels and Amale
Despite being nicknamed Kay Lee Rae “Eternal Champion”, Meiko Satomura nevertheless survived the “Dread Queen of Scots” and became the new NXT UK Women’s Champion three weeks ago, and she stated that NXT UK is now her home, but her Nina Samuels interrupted quickly.
Seemingly slyly, Samuels congratulated Satomura on her recent championship victory, after which she declared that “everyone needs more than Nina” and challenged the final boss for the championship.
However, in the middle of Nina’s performance, Amal suddenly attacked her from behind, threw herself headfirst onto the steps of the steel ring and vowed that she would become Satomura’s next rival. Satomura, however, greeted her with his right hand over her face and told Amali that she would have her rival.
Aoife Valkyrie def. Mila Schmidt
Two months after Meiko Satomura pushed Meiko to the limit, Aoife Valkyrie is back on a winning path against Mila Schmidt.
Schmidt briefly hit the Valkyrie with a belly-to-belly suplex, which doubled the score, but the Valkyrie recovered and earned the victory by dropping a leg over the top rope.
After the call, Valkyrie gazed into the eyes of Ginny, who was trying to see better from the entrance in the middle of the match.
Jordan Devlin, def. A-Kid via dispatch
Following their recent defeat at the NXT UK Heritage Cup and NXT Heavyweight Championship respectively, A-Kid and Jordan Devlin have handled losses in very different ways: A-Kid has pledged to learn from his defeat, while Devlin continues to insist. that he is still a champion.
The early mat wrestling clinic soon gave way to a festival, as the two former champions made no secret of their contempt for each other, despite only recently crossing over at NXT UK.
A-Kid looked close to winning with a submission when he used the triangle, but a desperate Devlin pressed his foot on the bottom rope to break the grip.
With Devlin on wobbly legs, the Spanish Sensation jumped over the ropes to destroy his opponent at the ring.
The Irish ace regained control when he slammed the ringside steps at Ay-Kid before kneeing him against the steel and sealed the toss victory by folding his opponent’s leg back into the ring at a grotesque angle.