During the NXT tapings on November 14th, which included a re-taping of the November 21st episode, the audience was treated to an action-packed show featuring two championship matches. The main event of the evening saw the NXT Women’s Title on the line, while the Heritage Cup was defended against Chad Gable.

In a tag team showdown, Angel Garza and Humberto Carrillo joined forces and emerged victorious against the duo of Malik Blade and Edris Enofe. According to reports, this tag team match delivered an entertaining and competitive bout.

An Iron Survivor Challenge qualifying match took center stage as Josh Briggs triumphed over Carmelo Hayes. The match’s turning point came when Lexis King diverted Hayes’ attention, paving the way for Briggs to secure the victory with a powerful lariat followed by a top rope moonsault.

Wes Lee grabbed the microphone to express his burning desire to reclaim the North American title. To everyone’s surprise, Dominik Mysterio made a sudden appearance and announced a match to determine the next challenger for the North American title at the upcoming Deadline event, scheduled for “next week.”


Blair Davenport secured her spot in the Iron Survivor Challenge by defeating Thea Hail in a hard-fought qualifying match. Following the contest, a trio consisting of Dempsey, Drew Gulak, and Myles Borne launched an attack on Thorpe, leaving a statement of dominance.

In a highly competitive NXT Heritage Cup bout, Noam Dar successfully defended his title against Chad Gable. This intense encounter went the distance, spanning all six rounds, and it culminated with Gable applying an ankle lock on Dar, who ultimately tapped out just as the time limit expired.

In the evening’s main event, Lyra Valkyria showcased her resilience and determination by retaining her NXT Women’s Championship in a grueling battle against Xia Li. It appears that her reign as NXT Women’s Champion will endure for the time being.

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