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WWE NXT Results 09/23/2020 Full Show

 


WWE NXT Results

William Regal has announced that Damian Priest's first starting defense at a TakeOver will be against Johnny Gargano. This event will take place on Sunday, October 4 and for now it is the first announced fight of the event that at the moment does not have a full name (except that they leave it that way, which is unlikely).
Priest recently defended his championship by defeating Timothy Thatcher last week, while Gargano's last fight was two weeks ago at the 60 Minute Iron Man Fatal Four Way to determine the NXT champion. It is worth saying that this fight does not have a major backstory and both fighters have not interacted in almost a month, when both played the ladder fight where Priest was crowned.


Candice LeRae eliminated Shotzi Blackheart and won the right to face Io Shirai at the next TakeOver for the NXT women's championship.
The Battle Royal was dominated by Rhea Ripley and Raquel González, but the opportunity opened up for the rest of the competitors when both eliminated each other.


Damian Priest defeated Austin Theory, who despite the defeat was able to give the champion the competition. However, the celebration was short-lived for Priest as he was suddenly attacked by Johnny Gargano.
Also, we see a promo video of someone announcing their arrival on October 4, which is also the date of the next TakeOver ... Who could it be?


Kyle O'Reilly will be Finn Bálor's next NXT Championship challenger. O'Reilly was the winner of the Gaunlet Eliminator by defeating Cameron Grimes by surrender.
After the fight, Adam Cole and Roderick Strong, his colleagues from the EU, came out to celebrate with him ... Who also came out was Finn Bálor, who he must face in the next TakeOver.

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