NXT: Wade Barrett took to the ring for the contract signing



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NXT: Wade Barrett took to the ring for the contract signing

Now is the time for another debut with an athlete who has made a lot of talk about himself even though he has never actually entered the NXT ring. SINGLES MATCH: Fallon Henley vs Tiffany Stratton; We are offered a good match with the two athletes who try them all to give each other a hard time.

However, Tiffany decides to press the accelerator and after a body slam, she engages in an acrobatic maneuver, the execution of which is better not to comment, and then scores a facebuster which is followed by the only and definitive pin.

RESULT: Tiffany Stratton pinfall win; Now let's move on to something that will radically change the history of NXT. Wade Barrett took to the WWE NXT ring for the contract signing segment. He introduced NXT Cruiserweight Champion Roderick Strong, who came out with Diamond Mine.

Wade Barrett gave both men a chance to speak before signing the contract. Hayes talked himself up ahead of New Year’s Evil and said he would end Strong at the show. The two men signed contracts, and Hayes got up to fight.

Wade Barrett took to the WWE NXT ring

The Messiah of the Backbreaker remained seated as Barrett left the ring. Just when Hayes and Trick were ready to go, Bivens got the better of them. REVOLUTIONIZING HISTORY Now we are witnessing the signing of a contract that marks the history of NXT.

In fact, the NXT Cruiserweight Championship and the NXT North American Championship will be unified in the New Years Revolution. After Roderick Strong and Carmelo Heyes sign the contract, the Diamond Mine's attention shifts to Trick Williams who, after being mocked for losing to Dexter Lumis last week, is crashed on the table just before being used to sign.

The match that is proposed to us now sees an athlete on the rise and ready to face anyone without help and completely on his own. Apparently, the Englishman is open to a major wrestling return. In a recent interview with Digital Spy, Wade Barrett laid down the simple terms that would convince him to come out of retirement.

“In truth, if I was to come back as a full-time in-ring guy, I really would be chasing the sunset of my career. I don’t think there’s that many more years left in me,” explains Barrett. “So the question is, what would I want to achieve? The only thing I didn’t achieve in WWE that I always wanted to achieve was to become the WWE Champion, and that title is now held by an old friend of mine, Drew McIntyre”.