WWE NXT Results And Grades: Tyler Bate, Roderick Strong Deliver Again

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With WWE NXT Takeover: Brooklyn IV just days away, which superstars managed to get the upper hand over their opponents on the go-home show?

Once again, WWE NXT’s Takeover event, Takeover: Brooklyn IV is shaping up to be one of the best cards of the year.

The show has a fine array of matches on offer, all of which have had an excellent build over the last few months, and it is looking highly likely that the card will once again outshine the main roster’s effort, SummerSlam.

This week’s NXT presented the final build for the card, with Tyler Bate taking on Roderick Strong in the night’s main-event, Velveteen Dream coming face to face with EC3, and plenty of video packages to build hype for the remaining matches on the card.

So, who has all the momentum on their side heading into Saturday’s event? Let’s take a look at this week’s episode of NXT and find out.

Source: WWE.Com

The Street Profits Vs The Mighty

Result: Street Profits Win with a roll-up

Grade: C

Kicking off this week’s NXT was a tag match between The Street Profits and The Mighty.  This was a typically fun way to kick off the show, with The Street Profits picking up a clever victory over their opponents by utilising their own devious tactics against them.

These two teams have done a good job at maintaining momentum while The Undisputed Era and Moustache Mountain dominate the tag-team title scene.

The match itself was fairly straightforward, with both teams playing their roles well, and the finish sets up a rematch between the two teams in the coming weeks.

Undisputed Era Backstage Promo

After the opening match, we get another one of the Undisputed Era’s pre-recorded backstage promos.

The group run down and mock Moustache Mountain, and Kyle O’Reilly is as entertaining to watch as ever.

They also bring up War Raiders, who it would appear are going to be getting involved in the tag-team title scene when Takeover is done and dusted, if not during the show itself.

Needless to say, this is another great promo from the Undisputed Era, who are quickly becoming the best thing on NXT.