WWE forced to cut time from NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver main event

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WWE forced to cut time from NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver main event

Many times, the Stamford-based federation runs into some technical problems that make it impossible for fans to continue following the event live, as it was actually to be shown, with some tricks and some changes that are staged, perhaps with fans who they remain oblivious to everything and unaware of any problems that have come backstage.

Over the years, WWE wrestlers have been the victim of the most disparate setbacks, including changes of dress or wardrobe problems that went downright wrong, which forced WWE to cut some scenes or hastily change framing or even to risk something much more.

dangerous, like when The Undertaker was engulfed in flames upon entering the Elimination Chamber in 2010, with fortunately not too severe burns that he had to endure throughout the ensuing match. It's time for the first night of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver Night One.

Three Title Matches took place tonight, including a triple threat to determine the new NXT Tag Team Champions.

WWE brought the first night of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver this week

WWE brought the first night of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver this week.

The night ended with Io Shirai vs Raquel Gonzalez in a match that went all over the Capitol Wrestling Center, but they had more planned. As reported by the microphones of the podcast of the Fightful site, the Fightful Select, the management of the WWE was in fact forced to cut important segments of the match between Io Shirai and Raquel Gonzalez, with the main event of the show which was in fact the title contest valid for the female belt of the yellow roster, as well as one of the most anticipated matches of the evening.

Due to the unanticipated extension of the matches and segments that were aired previously, compared to the main event, WWE was faced with one of the difficulties that it usually does not have to face, especially on the USA Network TV screens, that is to cut one of the main events of NXT.

Although usually the yellow show is perfect in its entirety, as regards the length of the matches and the various timing to be respected in each segment, this time the experts would have messed up big, taking away ample space from the match between Raquel Gonzalez and Io Shirai , in the consecration match of the mammoth American athlete of Mexican origins.

Despite everything, fans still appreciated the match between the two, with the CWC showing admiration for the sportsmanship and performance of the two, applauding openly in the finale of the first part of the PPV aired on USA Network.