Hey kids, it’s time for another action-packed installment of NXT! After the opening video deal we head to Full Sail University where we are joined by our commentary team for the evening: Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness, and Percy Watson. Let’s get down to the ring for action!
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We’re in Detroit for another installment of the highest flying WWE wrestling action on TV, 205 Live. Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness and Percy Watson are on commentary. The Lucha House Party head out with noisemakers and a pinata since Gran Metalik will be taking on Tony Nese in the opening contest.
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For the second year in a row September means it’s time for women’s wrestling on the WWE Network. We’re back for the second annual Mae Young Classic and we kick things off with highlights from last year’s tournament, before heading to Full Sail University.
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We begin the show with a cold open promo from Sami Zayn. He says that even if he’s lost a few big ones in the past he is certain he can succeed this time. He goes on to say that he’s on a road to redemption that ends when he beats Adrian Neville to become NXT Champion.
Titus O’Neil shows up and tells Sami that his road to redemption has to go through him first. Zayn asks if that’s a challenge to which Titus responds that it’s an open invitation. Zayn accepts, saying that if there’s a roadblock on his road to redemption he’ll go through it.
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William Regal is standing outside his office as lawyers and camera people mill about. Someone asks him what’s going on and Regal informs us that he’s launching an official investigation to find out who was responsible for the attack on Aleister Black. It’s time for NXT!
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It’s time for another TakeOver! For the fourth year in a row the summer TakeOver is coming to us from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The show begins with a video package hyping up the card set to the song “Blood // Water” by grandson. We then go to the Barclays Center for action. Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness, and Percy Watson are here for the call.
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We open the show with clips of Ciampa winning the NXT Championship as well as what went down last week with Gargano chasing Ciampa off and taking credit for his victory over Aleister Black. We see Black lay him out. It’s time for NXT!
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Time for night two of the 2018 UK Championship Tournament. We kick things off with a video package highlighting want went down on night one as well as spotlighting some of the wrestlers who will be competing tonight.
We then head back to Royal Albert Hall where we are joined by Mauro Ranallo and Nigel McGuinness once again. They run down the card. If the rebranding in the opening video package and fact that three NXT titles are on the line hadn’t made it obvious, the ring ropes are now yellow and the ring apron is emblazoned with the NXT logo, making it clear that this is now an NXT event.
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This was another year-end “Best Of” episode of the Slam, but I watched it for the sake of completion, so here are some brief notes and such about what went down. The show begins with your friend and mine, Voice Over Guy, telling us that that this is another “Best Of” episode and explaining that in today’s main event we’ll see John Cena take on Heath Slater, but first one half of the tag team champions, Daniel Bryan, will be in action against Tyson Kidd.
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The era of Tommaso Ciampa as NXT champion starts now! We start things off with “In Memory To…” cards for Nikolai Volkoff and Brian Christopher both of whom passed away this week. We then get a recap of the NXT title match week and Ciampa’s shocking victory over Aleister Black before going to the opening video package.
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