*Spoiler* NXT should have pulled the trigger on Cameron Grimes



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*Spoiler* NXT should have pulled the trigger on Cameron Grimes

Let's get back to the action again with a match involving two athletes intent on competing for the new NXT home title which takes the name of Million Dollar Belt, currently in possession of L.A. Knight. SINGLE MATCH: L.A.

Knight (c) vs Cameron Grimes; We are witnessing an intense match that goes beyond winning the title with the two who have now moved the story to a more personal side. We see Grimes trying to knock the champion unconscious, but he manages to wriggle him out, making him crash against the stake and then knock him down with a powerslam.

The referee then begins the count but is interrupted by Grimes on the count of 2 with a shot of the kidneys. The battle continues and sees Grimes get the better of him to get to groped to execute his Running Foot Stomp. THERE.

Knight decides to avoid the blow by taking refuge at ringside where he is joined by Grimes who is badly dropped on the apron. Not happy, L.A. Knight executes a devastating DDT with which Grimes ends up on the Million Dollar Man left on the ground after a previous exchange between the two.

The referee then begins to count as Grimes is exhausted at ringside. The count comes dangerously close to 10 with L.A. Knight already intent on celebrating, convinced that he had won. Arrived at the count of 9 and ¾ Grimes with a huge effort manages to return to the ring.

The champion is completely upset and therefore decides to close the dispute with the BFT. The referee can only count to 3. Result: L.A. pinfall victory Knight confirmed as Million Dollar Champion.

Cameron Grimes will win the belt from his new boss soon

NXT could have crowned their h*t new babyface as the Million Dollar Champion but decided against it.

Cameron Grimes has grown massively over ever since he became an accidental millionaire, thanks largely to his segments with 'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase. Before the next meeting let's see who will be the next participants in the NXT Breakout Tournament.

In the order, we find: Trey Baxter, Carmelo Hayes, Andre Chase, Josh Briggs, Ikemen Jiro, Joe Gacy, Odyssey Jones and Duke Hudson. So let's get back to the action with the match valid for the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship.

In fact, we will see the returning Io Shirai, together with Zoey Stark attempting the assault on the belts currently in the hands of The Way represented by Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell. NXT Women's Tag match: The Way (c) vs Io & Stark; The match is obviously high intensity with the challengers intent on doing everything possible to bring home the result and the champions ready to do everything to avoid losing their belts.

We see Shirai and Stark go to sign with a double suplex on poor Indi and then groped the back which, however, is not successful. Stark continues the assault by scoring a superkick before being sent out of the ring by Indi with a front suplex over the third string.

The dispute continues until the arena becomes totally dark and the famous battery being loaded appears on the big screen, which has been accompanying us for weeks now. Finally, the battery reaches 100% and nothing less than Tegan Nox appears on the stage.

Candice is obviously upset and loses control of the match. Zoey and I then take the opportunity to focus on poor Indi who is shot down by Stark with her GTS variant. The referee can only count to 3. Result: Io Shirai and Zoey Stark pinned down and became the new NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions.

Post-match obviously we witness the assault of Tegan Nox against Candice with the latter forced to flee in the audience. After the celebrations of the new champions, we see poor Indi being alone inside the ring intent on recovering her energy.

From her public emerges the good Dexter Lumis who, without saying a word, reaches her and then picks her up and takes her away.