Now it is the turn of an all-female match involving two teams who are pursuing an excellent rivalry both in the ring and extra ring. 6-WOMENS TAG MATCH: Ray, Hartwell & Pirotta vs Toxic Attraction; After a good moment of domination we see Mandy who risks suffering a sudden pinch from Indi thanks to the intervention of Kay Lee Ray.
The situation is reversed with the entry of Perisa who brings the match in full control for her team. The contest continues with all the athletes involved at the same time. We've already seen enough female tag teams where one partner isn't interested in teaming with the other.
Io Shirai and Zoey Stark are still carrying that in vain, but now, Cora Jade is trying to get Raquel Gonzalez on her side for the Women's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic. Aside from being repetitive, this seems like a waste of both performers' potential.
What's next for Cora Jade?
Cora Jade doesn't benefit from begging Gonzalez to team with her, even if it will likely end well for her. Kay Lee Ray gets to the point of totally losing control of her by starting to chase Mandy and trying to hit her with a baseball bat.
The dispute continues with Persia getting rid of the Dollin giving the victory to her team. Result: victory by pinfall of Kay Lee Ray, Persia Pirotta and Indi Hartwell. Now it is again the turn of a match valid for the Dusty Cup.
The fresh faces revealed to be a part of Diamond Mine and joined Roderick Strong in the ring. Malcolm Bivens announced their WWE NXT debut on September 7th, 2021. According to Bivens, The Crews Brothers are national champions with both of them holding significant experience in the field.
“The Creed brothers are world-class athletes. National champions. Brutus Creed, this man was undefeated and placed number one in the NCAA’s. Julius Creed, placed in the Olympic trials in Greco and Freestyle. These are the two newest members of Diamond Mine and you have the opportunity to witness history this Tuesday when they make their NXT in-ring debut.
Diamond Mine forever”. Their debut match was against the Local Competitors. They defeated their opponents in an impressive fight, showing a feat of dominance over them. Finally, Julius Crews secured the victory with a brutal piledriver.
One of the good things about their wrestling style is that it’s fresh, but it’s old. They’ve mixed modern moves with traditional old-school moves.