Today is the second day in a row with NXT UK television tapings. They are apparently getting all of the episodes out of the way for the rest of the year.
Plenty of action took place and we have all of the spoilers right here. We will being the coverage as soon as the event starts. Also, keep in mind that WWE can always air these matches in whatever order they want to.
- Dark Match: Wild Boar and Primate defeated Tyson T-Bone and Saxton Huxley
- The ring was done up for a contract signing. Walter comes out and says if Gallus can defend their titles against Imperium and if Ilja Dragunov can beat Alexander Wolfe in a no-DQ match then it’ll be WALTER vs Joe Coffey at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II. Then Imperium put Dragunov through a table.
- Kay Lee Ray defeats Isla Dawn. After the match, Ray cut a promo and was joined by Piper Niven and Tony Storm. They had a stand off and then it was announced that Kay Lee Ray will face Niven and Storm at TakeOver.
- Trent Seven was going to face Michael May, but Eddie Dennis ran out and beat May down before the match.
- Ridge Holland defeated Jack Starzzz
- Gallus vs. Imperium ends in a no-contest after Grizzled Young Vets ran down and then they stole the titles. A brawl broke out so the referee called off the match.
- Amir Jordan & Kenny Williams defeated Sam Stoker & Lewis Howley
- Trent Seven called out Eddie Dennis for attacking Michael May. Then Eddie hit Seven with the mic and said: “I’ll see you at TakeOver!” so that’s apparently happening at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II.
- Jinny defeated Amale. After the match was over, Jazzy beat Amale down until Jinny told her to stop.
- Tyler Bate defeated Noam Dar
- Dave Mastiff defeats Kona Reeves
- Toni Storm came out and cut a promo about coming out of a bad place. Then Piper Niven came out and they had a back and forth. Storm asked her to make their TakeOver match a singles match instead, but Niven wouldn’t back down. This ended with Storm getting headbutted by Niven.
- Kassius Ohno defeated El Ligero. Ohno cut a promo calling himself “the greatest British wrestler alive.” He’s not British.
- Ashton Smith and Oliver Carter defeated Dorian Mak and Riddick Moss
- Ilja Dragunov defeated Alexander Wolfe in a No DQ match