This week a new episode of NXT 2.0 took place live on USA Network from the WWE Performance Center. The feud between Joe Gacy and the champion of the third WWE brand, Bron Breakker, continues. The two after a verbal confrontation have made official the next dispute that will see them face each other.
Bron will be called to defend his NXT Championship against Gacy, but even if he is disqualified he will still lose his belt. A particular dispute, already seen in the past and very delicate for the champion who, within this feud, has seen his patience start several times after the personal attacks of his opponent, as when he kidnapped his father.
This match will be staged in the next edition of In Your House, a special of NXT 2.0 officially announced for next June 4 or the day before the broadcast of Hell in a Cell. The exclusive event of the brand, now in its thirtieth anniversary , will see two other matches on his card.
Cameron Grimes will defend his NXT North American Championship from the assault of former champion, Carmelo Hayes. The Creed Brothers instead will go to challenge the NXT Tag Team Champions, Pretty Deadly. Will the Creed brothers be able to overcome the difficulties of their faction and, in particular, with their leader Roderick Strong? Pretty Deadly will also be involved in a non-title tag team match next week against two-time roster duo champion, Diamond Mine leader, Rodercik Strong and new addition Damon Kemp.
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Regarding next week, two other very interesting matches are announced and always without any title to be won. Mandy Rose will have a one on one with Indi Hartwell. She wants to redeem herself after the last few weeks, while Mandy wants to keep the name of Toxic Attraction high, according to her and her allies, a stable worthy of respect.
Bron, after a backstage fight, will instead have a one on one against Duke Hudson. Could it be the right element against which to vent one's anger in view of In Your House? We'll find out in seven days, again with NXT 2.0.
In the meantime, do not miss our appointments with analyzes and reflections on the show thanks to the Next Big Thing program conducted by our Leonardo Lucarini within the Twitch channel openwrestlingtv. Format broadcast every Wednesday at 19:00 on the aforementioned purple channel.
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