NXT: Nikkita Lyons continues to amaze



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NXT: Nikkita Lyons continues to amaze

Let's continue now with a match involving the romantic side of NXT with the knights of Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta intent on giving it to each other. SINGLES MATCH: Dexter Lumis vs Duke Hudson; Persia's "companion" uses Dexter's moment of distraction to take the lead.

However, a situation that does not last long with Lumis who manages to regain control of the match practically immediately, even scoring his clothesline and running bulldog combo followed by a spinebuster followed by an attempt to pin.

Nikkita Lyons and Lash Legend competed in a match on this week’s WWE NXT. Legend landed a big boot early on before locking in a submission hold. Lyons fought back and used her superior strength to gain the advantage.

Nikkita Lyons is on fire

The match wasn’t too great but it showed how much Nikkita Lyons is improving in the ring.

Meanwhile, Legend needs to work hard and improve her in-ring work. Nikkita Lyons has the potential to become a big star in the company. While she has proven herself in matches against other newcomers, her real test will come when she faces a top star in the ring.

The clash then moves out of the ring where the two orbit around the stake with the intention of hurling each other without, however, succeeding also thanks to the help of Indi and Persia who block their respective "comrades"

When the two lose their grip, however, Duke and Dexter end up violently hitting the stake and falling to the ground. The referee then begins the count which inexorably reaches 10 without the two athletes being able to return to the ring.

Result: double count-out. Now is the time for a titled match that sees the women's couple belts up for grabs. Solo Sikoa came out and congratulated Grimes before challenging him to a title match. Grimes accepted the challenge and the two shook hands before staring each other down in the ring.

Joe Gacy was being creepy again backstage before Xyon Quinn and Draco Anthony got into an argument and Quinn said that Anthony needed to learn some respect. Samula Anoa’i is the oldest son of Afa Anoa’i Sr. He is wrestling under the Samu.

Samu has wrestled for WWE, WCW, and ECW. Since 1996, he is wrestling on the independent circuit. Afa Anoa’i Jr. has been wrestling since 1998 under the name Manu. He is the son of Afa Anoa’i Sr. Manu has made some appearances in WWE but has been wrestling in the independent circuit for a long time.