We are now offered a short promo of Cameron Grimes interrupted by JD McDonagh who "kindly" invites him to leave the ring and go "behind the line" and leave him the place of number 1 contender at the NXT Championship.
The two have a brief scuffle before JD decides to leave while continuing to threaten the former North American Champion. So let's move on to the next all-female match. SINGLES MATCH: Tatum Paxley vs Kayden Carter; We witness a pleasant match that sees Kayden dominate putting poor Paxley in serious difficulty, who is also sent out of the ring with a low dropkick.
Solo Sikoa and Von Wagner squared off in a one-on-one contest this week. Sikoa attacked Wagner as he was on the way to the ring, and the two men could not be separated from there on.
Solo Sikoa and Von Wagner squared off
They fought all around the ring and the referee counted them out to end the match.
They fought all the way to the parking lot where Solo Sikoa threw Robert Stone in a trash can. The two men showed good chemistry in the ring, and it made sense to end the match. The rivalry between the two superstars will continue beyond just one match, which will be beneficial for them.
Von Wagner is slowly improving in the ring, which is good to see. To Tatum's rescue Ivy Nyle also arrives who apparently manages to give new life to Tatum who also tries the pin but does not go beyond the count of 2. Kayden then tries to subdue her opponent with a joint key to the legs from which Paxley manages to wriggle out before executing a small package with which he imprisons Kayden up to the count of 3.
Result: Tatum Paxley pinned win. While fans were understandable of WWE’s condition in hard times, they were not happy about one thing. WWE laid off a lot of wrestlers and officials when the pandemic occurred, giving the reason for budget cuts.
But the financial records of the company showed massive profits. This made fans upset about their favorite wrestlers leaving the company. In addition to that, they gave these wrestlers no prior indication of their release from the company.
What we would know as the deadly Wednesdays, WWE would release 20 people contracted with the company on April 15th, 2020, a Wednesday. 19 of which were wrestlers including the living legend, Kurt Angle. Along with the release, WWE announced that these reductions will be temporary in nature. But it has been 2 years since WWE released Rusev, who returned to the sport as Miro.