SINGLES MATCH: Cora Jade vs Raquel Gonzalez; we witness a very pleasant match with some good spots that see Jade as the protagonist who scores with a headscissor followed by an Enziguri kick and then groped to bring home the contest before being smashed to the ground by Raquel's single-arm powerbomb.
Boa tried to control his newfound powers as he took on Solo Sikoa again on WWE NXT. Boa attacked Sikoa as he was making his way to the ring and got the Falls Count Anywhere match started early.
Solo Sikoa won again
The fight spilled into the backstage area, where they broke the garage door after bashing each other into it repeatedly.
Back in the arena, Solo Sikoa gained control and dropped Boa with a Samoan Drop into the announcer's table. He placed Boa on a table outside and hit a Superfly Splash for the victory. The match was decent and gave Boa a chance to show his new side.
Result: Raquel Gonzalez pinch win; Post-match we see Raquel Gonzalez paying homage to her opponent for her excellent performance with a handshake. End of the first part. However, Waller and Knight began working together to keep themselves on the top.
Unfortunately, they didn’t factor in that Sikoa is, after all, a cousin of The Tribal Chief. He knew how to break the union and powerbombed both of them off the ropes. Next, he continued his domination with a series of splashes and powerbombs.
Defeating Waller and Knight in a triple threat match is a classic Roman Reigns move. The Tribal Chief defeated Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt at Payback 2020 to win the Universal Championship. Next, he defeated Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) and Edge at WrestleMania 37 with a double pin.
Solo Sikoa certainly impressed the WWE universe with his appearance at NXT Halloween Havoc. He interrupted a segment between Grayson Waller and LA Knight and laid out Grayson Waller to send a loud and clear message. Solo Sikoa took to Twitter on Thursday to let the fans know he doesn’t need anyone.
He wrote in his post that everyone is talking about him since his NXT debut. He claimed he required no one to succeed in his WWE career. His elder brothers, Jimmy and Jey Uso, had a similar opinion before they joined hands with Roman Reigns.
The USOs did not want to acknowledge the Tribal Chief and did not want to be with him. But eventually, they decide to bow down to The Tribal Chief.