Ilya Dragunov, def. Dave Mastiff via referee stop
Last week, Ilya Dragunov was quite intrigued when “Bomber” Dave Mastiff approached him backstage and presented him with an idea: two superstars let off steam as they traded joints in a frantic brawl.
Dragunov hastened to take on the Mastiff at his request.
The duel suddenly stopped when Dragunov struck the Mastiff on the nose with a fierce blow with his right elbow, jumped onto his back and began elbowing him in his face. The “bomber” countered by throwing his opponent backwards onto the canvas, but soon the judge noticed Mastiff’s injury and demanded a call.
Nathan Fraser and Noam Dar have agreed to match the Heritage Cup rules at Supernova Sessions.
First appearing on Noam Dar’s Supernova Sessions, Nathan Fraser revealed that “Ben Carter” is the name he originally gave himself so that his parents or football coach wouldn’t know he was fighting.
Dar and Sha Samuels struggled to counter the Highflyer when Samuels claimed that Fraser was not a “real British wrestler,” but Fraser remained cool, calm, and collected throughout the interview.
The Supernova Sessions ended with Dar telling his guest that Fraser would not be able to stay with him in a legacy match, and Samuels appears to have initiated an official challenge on Dar’s behalf. Fraser immediately agreed and will indeed face the Scottish Supernova in next week’s Heritage Cup rules match at NXT UK!
Trent Seven def. Saxon Huxley
Trent Seven: An extraordinary multitasker.
Don has lost significant weight in recent months to challenge then-NXT heavyweight champion Jordan Devlin and reformed Mustache Mountain for a victorious in-ring reunion with Tyler Bate. For his latest achievement, the Seven somehow defeated the dangerous Saxon Huxley by being ridiculed by Sam Gradwell of the Throne.
Gradwell tried to provoke his newfound rival by asking him what it was like to lose all that weight and still fail, but Seven shook off the distraction by twisting Huxley with a dragon suplex and plugging him with Lariat of Seven Stars to earn the victory.
Kenny Williams, def. Amir Jordan, without disqualification, retired from NXT UK match
Fighting alongside Amir Jordan for nearly three years and finally winning the NXT UK Tag Team title match with his partner, Kenny Williams threw it all out in the middle of their first title fight when he stabbed his alleged friend in the back with one championship in last month.
With Jordan and Williams eager to tear each other apart, a barbaric loser without disqualification from an NXT UK match seemed to be the only option.
During the illegal fight, Williams brutally slapped Jordan’s already injured shoulder, poured a fire extinguisher into his eyes, and shoved him back across the table. Williams even tied Jordan up with ropes, told him “I always hated your guts,” and tried to attack him with a wrench before Jordan broke free.
Jordan responded by placing his enemy on the exposed concrete by the ring and hitting Williams in the face on a steel chair several times, telling him “this is what happens to the scumbags.”
However, Williams earned the victory by throwing Jordan onto a bare steel towbar and slamming him face-first into a steel chair to drive Jordan out of NXT UK.
Williams mocked his former ally and left when emotions flooded from Jordan back into the ring.