Hello everyone and welcome back to the usual NXT 2.0 appointment. The evening got off to a great start with the first match strongly desired by one of the big wrestlers who disappointed on Sunday night. STEEL CAGE MATCH: Kyle O'Reilly vs Von Wagner; the two seem to want to vent their repressed anger by literally giving them a holy reason.
We see O'Reilly land his knee from the top of the stake, however, getting only a count of 2. Wagner then decides that the time has come to take home the result and hits Kyle with a low blow and then throws him several times against.
the wall of the cage and finally knock it down with a variant of the powerbomb. Result: Von Wagner pinfall victory; Post match Von not happy, he hangs poor O’Reilly upside down on the stake and then slams the cage door in his face several times.
Now we are offered a spot held by Bron Breakker who we remember being the captain of the team that won the War Games match between the NXT 2.0 team and the Black & Gold team. Bron begins by commending the Black & Gold team and what its members have done so far and for bringing NXT to where it is now.
Von Wagner betrayed Kyle O’Reilly
Von Wagner betrayed Kyle O’Reilly at WWE NXT TakeOver: WarGames on Sunday. The former Undisputed ERA member was ready and took down Wagner to set up a rivalry. On this week’s NXT, KOR and Wagner faced each other inside a steel cage.
O’Reilly vented his frustration by attacking his opponent before the match could begin. But then he is keen to clarify that the story with NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa is not over yet as they are now 1-1 as Ciampa saw the direct clash in Halloween Havoc while Bron won last Sunday's match.
To interrupt the new face of NXT, however, we think Bivens accompanied by the Diamond Mine orphan of only Roderick Strong. The DM manager tries to persuade Bron to leave Ciampa's position as challenger to current NXT Cruiserweight Champion Roderick Strong which he obviously has no intention of doing.
Bivens then raised by inviting him to face his client directly. Bron does not let himself be repeated twice and accepts the challenge he will play next week. Now let's move on to the Tag Team category. After the match, Wagner repeatedly slammed O’Reilly’s head with the cage door.
It was a decent match that helped the big man get over. It’s surprising how he put on a mediocre performance at WarGames but was quite good on Tuesday’s NXT.