Let's move on to the next match. SINGLES MATCH: Wes Lee vs Nathan Frazer; We are witnessing a match at a high pace thanks also to the technical characteristics of the two athletes. The former MSK shows great skills even in single-player, managing to worry his opponent who, however, does not want to be outdone.
Lee also tries his hand at flying over the third rope. After repositioning Nathan on the square, he stops at ringside due to intercostal pain. Frazer takes the opportunity to try his hand at a suicide dive. Lee got a near fall of a German Suplex before countering a big move off the top rope.
Von Wagner attacked Frazer as the match went on and sent him outside before Lee attacked him. Von Wagner took down Lee, lifted him up, and tossed him all the way over to the announce desk!
Von Wagner attacked Frazer
After placing Lee in the ring he attempts a flight from the stake which is however interrupted by Lee who manages to score a German suplex.
However, the clash was interrupted by the interference of Von Wagner who attacked both athletes by knocking them down with two big boots and then hurled poor Lee over the third rope against the commentary table. Result: no contest.
So here we are at the last match of the evening. Von Wagner made a surprise appearance during tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown. The NXT superstar was involved in a backstage segment with Sami Zayn and Adam Pearce. Speaking of Sami Zayn, his loss to Jeff Hardy tonight made him lose his spot on Team SmackDown, keeping the doors open for that fifth spot in Team SmackDown.
Von Wagner is currently a part of the NXT 2.0 roster. The NXT superstar made his NXT debut in September in a Fatal 4-Way Match for the NXT Championship. Though Wagner was unsuccessful in claiming the title, he impressed everyone with his in-ring skills.
Strowman was himself a dominant force during his time in WWE. He even won the WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 36. Brawn has also shared the WWE ring with top stars like Brock Lesnar, Goldberg and Roman Reigns. Wagner signed with WWE in March 2019.
He has trained at the Performance Center since then. Previously, Von Wagner played college football at the University of Central Florida. Wagner recently made his NXT debut during NXT 2.0 on September 14, 2021; he took part in a Fatal Four-Way Match for the NXT Championship.