WWE brought a number of NXT UK superstars to NXT 2.0 and pitted them against each other at Worlds Collide. The promotion officially retired the NXT UK Championship tonight. Bron Breakker and Tyler Bate collided in the main event, and it was quite a spectacle.

NXT UK Champion Tyler Bate was one of the many superstars who crossed over to the states for a stint in NXT 2.0. The first-ever NXT UK Champion squared off against NXT Champion Bron Breakker in a title versus title match at Worlds Collide.

Both superstars pulled off huge power moves and showed tons of athleticism during the high stakes match. Breakker even borrowed several moves from his Hall of Famer father Rick Steiner’s playbook as well during the match.

The final moments of the match saw the two young studs counter each other’s moves. Breakker got the decisive pin after he turned Tyler Bate in half with a vicious spear

NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose won her title unification match against NXT UK Women’s Champion Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport as well. Pretty Deadly, on the other hand, became the unified NXT Tag Team Champions.

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Manik Aftab

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