NXT: Pete Dunne doesn't want to reveal his cards



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NXT: Pete Dunne doesn't want to reveal his cards

Now it's the turn of the one who helped make history at NXT UK. SINGLES MATCH: Pete Dunne vs Draco Anthony; The match is very pleasant and at times even fun. Tony D'Angelo tries to hit poor Pete with a crowbar but without succeeding.

After Dunne throws Tony into a stake he goes back to the square and knocks Draco down with the Bitter End. Result: Pete Dunne pinch win.

Pete Dunne is unleashed

Afterwards, Pete Dunne snapped D’Angelo’s fingers and grabbed a few weapons.

He decided to change their contest next week into a weaponized steel cage match. Draco Anthony has proven to be a fine competitor in the ring. WWE could look to give him a push in the months to come. Meanwhile, the change in match type will make the contest between Dunne and D’Angelo even more entertaining.

The two hard-hitting superstars will take things to the next level in their weaponized steel cage match. Post-match, Pete Dunne officially launches Tony in a variant of the Steel Cage match which will also include the use of weapons inside.

Obviously, the match will take place next week on NXT Vengeance Day. Following RAW, Pete took to Twitter and told Orton to swiftly get away “before it’s too late”. Fans can recall how last year “The Bruiserweight” and “Original Bro” formed the unlikely tag team of The BroserWeights just ahead of the 2020 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

The warning was accompanied by a throwback picture of when Riddle and Dunne entered the arena in a golf cart following their win at the tag team tournament. As they won the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Tournament, Riddle and Dunne got a Tag Team title opportunity.

The BroserWeights defeated Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly of The Undisputed Era for the NXT Tag Team Championship at NXT TakeOver. However, their tag team was short-lived. The duo had a successful title defense but after that, Dunne was stuck in the UK because of the COVID-19 related travel restrictions.

Camp also provided an update on Rhea Ripley and Toni Storm after an exciting main event matchup. It was revealed that Rhea Ripley suffered ear trauma and skin disfigurement. Ripley suffered a similar kind of an injury a few weeks ago when she fought Io Shirai in a MOTY caliber match.

Also, on the show, Indi Hartwell lost to Shotzi Blackheart by disqualification when the referee saw Hartwell attack Shotzi with a Shotzi trophy. On a lighter note, Camp said the Shotzi trophy broke off, but was taped up and is now on a day-to-day basis.