After an evening on USA Network completely dedicated to the NXT roster, with WWE broadcasting the first night of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, on the television screens of the American channel which until this week aired the third roster of the federation by McMahon on Wednesday, in conjunction with AEW's Dynamite, before moving to Tuesday definitively, McMahon also broadcast on their Network the second night of the NXT special, which aired just before Wrestlemania 37.
After seeing last night's title changes, namely Raquel Gonzalez and the MSK who went on to win their respective matches, being crowned for the first time in their career, respectively NXT Women's Champion and NXT Tag Team Champions, WWE wanted to give away to their fans of the new emotions, making not one, but two other belts on the company's third roster change owners.
*Spoiler* NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver New Champion crowned
In two of the most anticipated matches of this second night of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, to have the better of the two titled contests valid for the absolute title of the roster, so far held by Finn Balor and in the Ladder match valid to finally define a true and undisputed champion of lightweights, after the return of Jordan Devlin, they were the two heel of the match, namely Karrion Kross and Santos Escobar, who then beat Finn Balor and Devlin respectively.
After a feud that lasted a few weeks, in which the four did nothing but attack each other, anyway, the showdown finally came and with NXT TakeOver Stand & Deliver, which has led us to now have two undisputed champions.
on the yellow WWE roster. To have the better of the match valid for the NXT Championship, it was the mammoth athlete former champion, who had to give up his first title won, due to a shoulder injury, with Kross who after a brutal match managed to KO Balor with his finisher, hitting the Irishman from behind and taking the count of three.
As for the match valid for the coronation of an undisputed champion of lightweights, Santos Escobar won instead, in the Ladder match that William Regal had called a few days ago, to put an end to the diatribe about who should have been the true champion of the purple belt of the Stamford company.
After a rather grueling match, Escobar managed to catapult his opponent into a ladder, making him literally crash into it, thus managing to climb to the top of one of the stairs, tearing the belts hanging from the ceiling of the CWC.