Trent Seven and Noam Dar nearly got into a fight at Supernova Sessions
Noam Dar kicked off the latest episode of Supernova Sessions by stating that he would beat Tyler Bayt in advance at the NXT UK Prelude on Thursday 8th April, and gave a less-than-kind view of Trent Seven, who lost his quest to take the NXT heavyweight title from Jordan Devlin last week.
Dar mourned the fact that he did not have a championship match and called Seven an “underdog” and Seven hit Dar in the face and told him to worry about his own upcoming match with Bayt.
Sha Samuels got into the Supernova Sessions to support Dar, and after Samuels pledged to be in Dar’s corner during the Scottish Supernova’s fight against Bate, Seven reciprocated by saying he would be in Bate’s corner.
Joseph Conners def. Jack Stars
By order of NXT UK CEO Johnny Saint, Piper Niven and Ginny were excluded from the ring due to a high-octane collision between Jack Stars and Joseph Conners.
Stars, who scored arguably the biggest win of his career two weeks ago when he teamed up with Niven to win a mixed team match against Conners and Ginny, flew out of the starting blocks, outplaying his opponent and hitting some hard uppercuts. in the jaw.
Conners, however, fought back by adding DDT to Starz, telling him “your 15 minutes had just expired,” and earning the victory with the help of the executioner.
Primate & T-Bone def. Josh Morrell and Danny Jones
Perhaps already the most ruthless and intimidating tandem in NXT UK, Primate and T-Bone rushed into battle against Josh Morrell and Danny Jones and never gave up.
And while Wild Boar was seemingly kicked out of the faction, The Hunt never missed, as T-Bone and Primate got it right, using some powerful two-team maneuvers to make their foes stagger.
The primate added an exclamation mark, heading in a jump at Jones in 1-2-3, much to the delight of a cackling Eddie Dennis.
Isla Dawn def. Alea James
Frustrated at being perceived as a stepping stone and having just lost the competition to World’s Best Meiko Satomura, Isla Down looked like a whole new entrant, frowning as she marched to the ring and during her pre-match meeting with Alea James.
And if the NXT UK Universe had any suspicions about Don’s behavior change, they were confirmed when the White Witch punched James in the face and slammed her right hands down on her defenseless foe.
James nearly scored a surprise win with a throw, but that only seemed to anger Dawn, who put her opponent to sleep with a pair of Saito suplexes, a streak of right and left and a victorious German suplex.
Ilya Dragunov, def. Sam Gradwell in a non-suspension match
Sam Gradwell’s casual comment last week when he scolded Ilya Dragunov backstage and scrolled through the list of types of matches he could beat his opponent seemed to be instantly backlash when he mentioned a non-suspension and Dragunov match. quickly agreed to the reservation.
Frustrated, Dragunov threw the ball at the start of the lawless fight, as he had the opportunity to hit Gradwell with a steel chair at the ring, only to throw him aside and instead slap his opponent in the face. Fighting self-control was something of a topic for Dragunov, who later missed the opportunity to use steel steps as a weapon when the fight spilled over into the ring again.
Gradwell, who won a suspension over Dragunov in their last encounter, seemed to take the sickening pleasure of mistreating his opponent, laughing maniacally after knocking Dragunov off his apron and sending him face first onto the ring barricade.
The Dragunov finally lost control when Gradwell stabbed him, striking his tormentor with a few furious punches, a spine slam on a pile of chairs, four chair strikes to the back, and a flurry of right hand for a knockout victory.
After his victory, the distraught Dragunov sat down in the center of the ring and issued a battle cry, rocking back and forth.