The Undisputed Era headed out to the squared circle to kick off the show. NXT Champion Adam gloated about doing everything he said he would do, including defeating Johnny Gargano at TakeOver: Toronto II. Cole said there is no question that he is the greatest NXT Champion that has ever lived. Also, if there were a Mount Rushmore of NXT Champions, it would be Cole’s face, four times.
Plus, Strong took the mic and said all four of them should be draped in gold. But the prophecy isn’t fulfilled yet because they got screwed. Strong told Dream, he didn’t pin him, he pinned Pete Dunne. Further, O’Reilly reminded everyone that Fish ended up tagging him near the end of the match. The illegal man got pinned. Thus, they did not lose to the NXT Tag Team Champions The Street Profits.
Moreover, Fish called out NXT General Manager William Regal to make things right. Cole retook the mic, hyped up his stablemates. He said it’s only a matter of time before the entire group is holding gold. Finally, the winner of the NXT Breakout Tournament Jordan Myles came out to receive a future title shot. Cole said Myles must be joking if he’s going to challenge him.
However, he offered up some ideas about Myles going after other champions. Cole said there’s nothing more detrimental to a young career than losing in a championship match. Therefore, Myles handed over the contract, Cole went to grab it, but Myles dropped it on the floor. He gave Cole a “peace” hand sign and a big smile while he headed to the back.
Earlier, Bronson Reed talked with the media. Reed spoke about the tournament and how it was the most significant opportunity of his career thus far. Meanwhile, Shane Thorne rolled up and said Reed already had his chance and blew it. Thorne said after everything he has done for Reed, he completely wasted that chance. Then, Reed challenged Thorne to a match, and Thorne accepted it.