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The first post-TakeOver: Brooklyn III episode of NXT hit the WWE Network airwaves Wednesday night with an action-packed main event featuring stars from the United Kingdom.UK champion Pete Dunne and Wolfgang battled Tyler Bate and Trent Seven in a thrilling bout, but that was hardly the only in-ring action on this week's broadcast.Sarah Logan had a rare opportunity to show her skills ahead of the upcoming Mae Young Classic, battling the returning Peyton Royce in singles competition.The top moments of Saturday's massive live event special were also recapped in what amounted to an entertaining placeholder of a show.No Way Jose made his normal entrance into the arena but was jumped by the massive Lars Sullivan.He cut off Jose's attempt at fighting back and left him lying with a big slam.
Peyton Royce returned to competition Wednesday night, squaring off with Sarah Logan, who has yet to string together enough in-ring performances in NXT to get fans to take notice of her. The former "Crazy" Mary Dobson sought that elusive victory that would turn her fortunes around.Logan outwrestled her Aussie opponent to start, frustrating Royce. The villainess seized control, using her long legs to choke her opponent.The underdog babyface fought back, though, delivering a German suplex and roll up that nearly stunned her opponent.A series of roll-ups followed and a fisherman suplex by Royce scored her the hard-fought victory.
WWE United Kingdom champion Pete Dunne entered Barclays Center to an enormous pop Wednesday night, as he prepared to team with Wolfgang to battle former titleholder Tyler Bate and Trent Seven in an explosive tag team main event.Dunne and Bate started, delivering a chain-wrestling segment that popped the crowd and served as a strong cliffhanger heading into the commercial break.After a flurry of tandem moves by Bate and Seven, Dunne and Wolfgang took over, isolating the latter from his partner.A hot tag to Bate allowed the former UK champion to unload on his opponents, including a wicked lariat to Dunne.Bate hit the Tyler Drive 97 on Dunne, but an alert Wolfgang caught him with a senton to score the victory.
Sanity's Nikki Cross kicked off this week's show, screaming as she is prone to do, before Alexander Wolfe and Killian Dain joined her in the ring. The unstable faction called out NXT tag team champions The Authors of Pain.Akam and Rezar answered but were attacked from behind by the returning Eric Young, who zip-tied Rezar to the guardrail.Akam suffered a beatdown at the hands of the group while his tag team partner dragged part of the rail to the ring, only to beaten and pummeled by Young and the rest of Sanity. Sanity stood tall, sending a message loudly and clearly to the champions.
After weeks of video packages, The Street Profits debuted Wednesday night, taking on The Metro Brothers.Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford drew a nice pop for their first appearance.Dawkins and Ford demonstrated their athleticism early in the short squash. The latter overcame a bit of offense by Chris and CJ and made the hot tag to Dawkins.The newcomers scored the win moments later, kicking off …
We go to the ring and out come new SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos as Greg Hamilton does the introduction.The Usos say they told everyone they had the tag team division on lock. They welcome us to the Uso Penitentiary. They say you come out of the Cell as a changed man so they want The New Day to come out and hear what they have to say to their faces. The music hits and out comes Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston. Kofi is dancing around while Big E and Xavier are moving slower than usual due to Sunday's brutal match.The Usos say both teams went to war last night and the other teams in the back suck. Woods wouldn't say they suck but these teams in the ring are the best. The Usos go on with props for both of them, also talking about how beat up they were after the match. The Usos say they and The New Day are the tag team division and they run the division. The New Day wonders if The Usos are asking for a truce. The Usos say it's all about respect. The fans pop. Th…
For the first time since a shocking betrayal by Tommaso Ciampa left him beaten and battered, and DIY a thing of the past, Johnny Gargano returned to NXT television Wednesday night and addressed the fans inside Full Sail University. Former Ring of Honor tag team and television champion Bobby Fish made his return in the NXT Arena, battling Aleister Black in a match that foreshadowed great things for the veteran in-ring performer.
Bobby Fish made his NXT debut to a thunderous ovation Wednesday night. He would have the unenviable task of being the latest Superstar to try to remove Aleister Black from the ranks of the undefeated. Black scored an early kick across the chest that blasted the wind from the newcomer, but Fish answered back with a leg sweep that turned the tide in his favor. Fish's educated feet proved his greatest strength as he targeted Black's equally as educated lower limbs. Looking to prevent his opponent from utilizing Black Mass, Fish…