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WWE NXT: Drake Maverick Re-Signs With WWE, Major Tag Teams Return

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WWE NXT: Horsewomen Crash Becky Lynch vs Rhea Ripley, Undisputed Era Defeats The Revival



Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley Ends In No Contest

The Survivor Series go-home edition of NXT featured several invasions and all-out brawls, leading to a series of chaos. RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch opened the show with a fiery promo on her opponents for Sunday. Lynch insulted SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and called out NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler.

Former NXT UK Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley walked out to see if The Man “had any balls.” After a heated verbal exchange, Lynch locked Ripley in the Dis-arm-her but the latter managed to escape and fired back with a superplex.

Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir charged the ring causing a double disqualification. Lynch and Ripley teamed up and fought the NXT Horsewomen off.

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Undisputed Era Defeats The Revival In a Non-Title Match

NXT Tag Team Champions Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly took on The Revival in a non-title match that didn’t feature any outside interference. Undisputed ERA kept working on Dash Wilder for the majority of the match till he was finally able to reach Scott Dawson for a hot tag.

Dawson quickly scored a pair of two-counts on Fish. The Revival almost hit the #DIY finisher but O’Reilly made the save only to be taken out by Wilder. Dawson’s kick would bust open Bobby’s nose.

The Revival almost had the match won with Shatter Machine but O’Reilly again broke the count – he launched Dawson into the barricade and hit Wilder with double knees into the ring bell. A nearfall on Dawson was followed by a Total Elimination which earned Undisputed Era the hard-fought victory ahead of Survivor Series.

Fish and O’Reilly’s win will keep the faction’s momentum going for Saturday night. Meanwhile, Team Ciampa must find their final member to even the odds at NXT TakeOver: Wargames.

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