SINGLES MATCH: Nathan Frazer vs Santos Escobar; We witness a high-paced match with Frazer who does not let himself be intimidated by his opponent enough to be able to send him out of the ring with a dropkick to the disappointment of the new "head of the NXT family" Tony D'Angelo.
Back on the ropes, Escobar resumes the reins of the match by forcing his opponent out of the ring before knocking him down with a suicide dive. The two give her a hell of a lot with continuous pinfall attempts. D'Angelo's henchmen try to help Escobar in their own way by passing him a crowbar.
The Leader of the Legado Del Phantom refuses before being hit by a kick in the face by Frazer who then tries his hand at the Phoenix Splash which is followed by the count of 3. Result: Nathan Frazer pinch win; We are now witnessing the entry of NXT Champion Bron Breakker who can finally claim to have eliminated from his life that cumbersome figure who went by the name of Joe Gacy.
Pretty Deadly lost their NXT Tag Team Championships to The Creed Brothers at NXT: In Your House. Their reign atop the show's tag team division ended after nearly two months. This week saw them scheduled to take on Andre Chase and Bodhi Hayward, but only Chase came out to fight.
Pretty Deadly reacted
Although Thea Hail rallied her friend to take the fight to the former NXT Tag Team Champions, it only lasted a short while before Pretty Deadly put him away and got back to winning ways on NXT 2.0.
Without too many words he turns towards backstage asking who is next to try to interrupt his reign as a champion. In the area he plays the music of Apollo Crews who apparently decided to return to NXT as he still had something to fix.
Apollo claims to have returned to make NXT history only to warn that sooner or later he will come face to face with the champion. The two shake hands amidst the ovation of the audience. We are now being offered a promo by Joe Gacy who, in the name of the proverb that sees the fox and grapes as protagonists, says he does not need the title to carry out his project.
He also informs us that next week we will have the opportunity to see the two shady hooded figures in action who have been with him for a few weeks now. End of the first part. Von Wagner and Josh Briggs went at each other before the bell, and as the match started, Wagner was in control and sent Briggs outside before sending Jensen's broken arm into the apron.
Fallon Henley got on the apron and distracted the referee while Jensen snuck his cast off his arm and into the ring. Briggs hit Wagner in the head with the cast and picked up the win.