After some time NXT is back to do his tour, but for now, only in the State of Florida, allowing more fans to enjoy all the young Superstars who have joined the roster. Unfortunately, however, it seems that during the last stage Tony D'Angelo, the Italian Don, got hurt at the event that was held in Largo.
D'Angelo fought against Cameron Grimes on the show, but it seems that, according to the fans present, the match ended abruptly due to an arm or shoulder injury suffered by D'Angelo. There is no official confirmation as to the seriousness or legitimacy of the injury, but there were referees in the ring who controlled D'Angelo after the contest.
Obviously, it will be our pleasure to keep you updated.
NXT continues to grow
Below we leave you the results of yesterday's show: NXT Women’s Championship: Mandy Rose (c) w/Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne defeats Indi Hartwell w / Cora Jade & Roxanne Perez.
Myles Borne vs Hank Walker ends with interference from Von Wagner. Von Wagner w/Mr Stone & Sofia Cromwell defeats Hank Walker Kayden Carter & Katana Chance defeat Yulisa Leon & Valentina Feroz. Wendy Choo defeats Tiffany Stratton w/Grayson Waller Andre Chase & Ikemen Jiro w/Bodhi Hayward & Thea Hail defeat Duke Hudson & Quincy Elliott.
Tony D’Angelo w/Channing 'Stacks' Lorenzo vs Cameron Grimes is stopped due to a possible injury to Tony D’Angelo. NXT North American Championship: Carmelo Hayes (c) w/Trick Williams defeats Solo Sikoa. Bron Breakker, Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen w / Fallon Henley defeat Joe Gacy & The Dyad.
Mandy Rose ran interference and blocked Perez before Choo came in with a dive and took Rose out. Perez tried for the Canadian Destroyer on Dolin but Jayne hit her with a Superkick before Dolin got the pin off a folding press.
Sarray came up to Chase U backstage and said in Japanese that she wanted to have a mixed tag match with Grayson Waller and Tiffany Stratton. Andre Chase could not understand her but Bodhi Hayward did and he translated for her before Chase agreed to the match.
According to WrestleVotes, WWE wants to add another "Stand & Deliver" type show to one of their upcoming stadium shows this summer. With the Clash at the Castle event being the company's current preference, tweeting out: "WWE has discussed adding another Stand & Deliver event for one of the 3 big stadium shows happening this summer.
I've heard the preference is the UK for Clash at the Castle, but Nashville/SummerSlam seems more likely. All TBD still," WrestleVotes tweeted.