We start WWE NXT with a recap video of the NXT Championship match from last week between Finn Balor and Apollo Crews. The number 10 appears on the screen, meaning Tye Dillinger is opening this week’s show. Tye Dillinger vs Baron Corbin Corbin comes out and stands in the ring, staring out to Dillinger. APOLLO CREWS!! Crews flies into the ring and unleashes a beat down on Corbin...
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If you are looking for a hold by hold re-cap, this isn’t it. Here’s how it works, I watch wrestling and record my thoughts, good or bad. I might not even get to who won the match or how but I will try. If you want to get caught up on NXT before reading, check out last weeks episode here. Colin Cassady/Enzo Amore/Carmella vs Wesley Blake/Buddy Murphy/Alexa Bliss This was a fun...
Tonight’s NXT main event on the WWE Network featured two men who need no introduction. Who came out victorious? Check out the highlight below to find out.
Samoa Joe made quick work of resident NXT tomato can Scott Dawson in his debut match for the promotion which aired earlier tonight on he WWE Network. Much to the chagrin of current NXT champion Kevin Owens, Joe will get his opportunity to take on the champ on next week’s episode. Check out the video below for highlights of Samoa Joe’s match and his exchange with Owens. images via WWENXT
It only took a decade to get him there but Samoa Joe is now officially a WWE superstar. Numerous reports that the former TNA and ROH champion has signed a contract, making fans giddy with anticipation of WWE future.
News broke Monday night during Raw that Samoa Joe has signed a full-time deal with WWE. The Pro Wrestling Torch first reported Joe’s full-time deal with WWE, noting that both Triple H and Vince McMahon were impressed by the Samoan Submission Machine’s “off-the-charts” merchandise sales and work at the last set of NXT TV tapings. It’s unclear whether Joe will continue to...
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