The Undisputed ERA is bound for two championship matches at NXT TakeOver: XXV. Adam Cole announced that the faction is more grounded than any time in recent memory. The Undisputed Era leader once again guaranteed that they will hang in championship gold very soon. One individual who couldn’t help contradicting that appraisal was Cole’s TakeOver rival, NXT Champion. Johnny Gargano interfered with Cole to help him to remember the scoreboard from TakeOver: New York.
Johnny TakeOver vanquished The Panama City Playboy two falls to one. Regardless of Gargano’s point, The Undisputed Era proceeded with their celebration. Matt Riddle hopped the blockade and rushed toward Roderick Strong in striking back for Strong’s sneak-assault a week ago. Gargano joined forces with The Original Bro in the ring. They started a tremendous force separated fight that provoked William Regal to later declare a Tag Team match. He set Gargano and Riddle against Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly.
Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly Vanquished Johnny Gargano & Matt Riddle
Riddle leveled Fish with the Final Flash knee strike at the pinnacle of the fight. However, O’Reilly dismantled his accomplice to wellbeing outside the squared circle. Adam Cole walked to ringside as Riddle gave pursue, just took out by a suicide jump by Gargano. Riddle was left wide open for another barrage by Strong with the referee concentrated on Gargano and Cole. Also, Roderick Strong affirmed prior in the night, will confront Matt Riddle at TakeOver: XXV. The Messiah of the Backbreaker hammered The Original Bro onto the hard ring cover and folded him into the ring. Moreover, Fish and O’Reilly completed the activity, whipping Matt Riddle for the triumph.
— WWE (@WWE) May 23, 2019
Tyler Breeze has a Surprise for Velveteen Dream
Velveteen Dream came back to Full Sail Live with everyone’s eyes on his NXT North American Championship. He has a suggestion for his future challengers that on the off chance you dare articulate The Dream’s name, say it effectively or don’t state it by any means. Prince Pretty didn’t get the update. Tyler Breeze approached the NXT North American Champion making his unannounced come back to to the black and gold brand. He thumped Velveteen Dream for being minimal more than a wannabe impersonator of him. The Dream replied Breeze couldn’t cut it on main rosters.
However, Prince Pretty rapidly put some rumors to rest realizing that Dream and his North American championship propelled his arrival to NXT. Despite the fact that Dream advised Breeze to get to the back of the line of challengers. Additionally, he needed to leave Breeze with remembrance and offered to snap a photograph with The Gorgeous One. However, Breeze acknowledged as Dream prepared for the pic, “The Fashion” rocked him with a hard right hand. North American Champion was shocked. However, the astonishments didn’t finish here, as NXT made the title match between Dream & Breeze at TakeOver: XXV official before the night’s end.
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) May 23, 2019