Well, it appears as though the battle lines have been drawn! It’s the go-home show to NXT’s WarGames and the pay-per-view’s namesake matches are set in stone.
Kay Lee Ray vs. Dakota Kai (WarGames Advantage Ladder Match)
We kick things off with a brawl between Team Dakota and Team Raquel. The brawl soon transitions into the scheduled ladder match between Kay Lee Ray and Dakota Kai.
After a very physical and intense bout between the two, Kay Lee Ray earns the victory and the advantage for Team Raquel at NXT WarGames.
After the match, we see both reactions from the rest of their respective teams. As you can imagine, Toxic Attraction aren’t too pleased; Team Raquel are all smiles.
Andre Chase vs. Cameron Grimes
Up next, it’s Andre Chase vs. Cameron Grimes. Mr. Chase University takes the L here, but wait… Here’s Duke Hudson. It appears he’s put together a compilation of all the hairstyles Crimes could rock after his loss.
The segment doesn’t end there because Grimes has a rebuttal. “I’m shaving you bald.” Short sweet, simple, and to the point.
Legado del Fantasma (Joaquin Wilde & Raúl Mendoza) vs. Kyle O’Reilly & Von Wagner
It’s time to find out who the #1 contenders for the NXT Tag Team Titles are, as Joaquin Wilde & Raúl Mendoza take on Kyle O’Reilly and Von Wagner.
As the match progresses, we get the return of Xyon Quinn after being taken out by Legado del Fantasma a couple of weeks ago. After a brief staredown between Elektra Lopez and Quin, the big guy attacks Santos Escobar. It’s now two on two.
The victory goes to the mix match stable consisting of Von Wagner and Kyle O’Reilly, thus they will face Imperium for the tag team titles at WarGames
Joe Gacy’s Invitational (And his delusional perception of things)
Next up, It’s Joe Gacy’s invitational. Well, this should be interesting…
Anyway, for those wondering, the invitational is pretty much a handicap gauntlet match featuring Gacy and 3 jobbers.
Diamond Mine interrupts the match and Malcolm Bivens suggests a real fight as opposed to the easy challengers that Gacy is wrestling.
Shortly after that, Roderick Strong attacks Gacy. Then Gacy manages to gain the upper hand with a clothesline before escaping the ring.
Edris Enofé vs Solo Sikoa
Solid chain wrestling going on here, some hard moves performed by Solo in the early going… dnd oh no. It’s Robert Stone. Thankfully, he doesn’t stay too long.
Despite Solo picking up the victory, this wasn’t a squash match, Enofé manages to get a considerable amount of offence in.
After the victory, Boa (with some facepaint) blindsided Solo. Edris Enofé intervenes and Boa retreats. Enofé and Sikoa stand tall in the ring.
Persia Pirotta & Indi Hartwell vs. Yulisa Leon & Velenti Feroz
Tag team action is up next and poor Indi still has her mind on the status of Dexter Lumis. Unlike last week, this doesn’t cost her team the victory, although Persia Pirotta did all the heavy lifting in this one.
Johnny Gargano vs. Bron Breakker (WarGames Advantage Ladder Match)
Earlier on in the night, Gargano and Breaker agreed to battle without backup. Surprisingly, this match featured no outside interference from either of the teams. Moreover, Bron Breakker wins the match. Thus, Team 2.0 has the advantage heading into NXT WarGames this Sunday.
While there was no outside interference while the match was going on, this didn’t stop anyone from fighting in the ring after Breakker’s victory. The show goes off the air the same way it did last week with all of the men’s NXT WarGames participants beating the hell out of each other to end the show.