You weren’t the only one crying your eyes out after Triple H and the guys said goodbye to Queen Cathy after TakeOver: Portland.
And here we thought it might have something to do with getting Raw and SmackDown fans to pay more attention to NXT.
NXT delivered yet another memorable live WWE Network special, including WrestleMania set-up and a shocking end to the main event. Watch all the highlights from the show right here.
This was a fun show, like usual, but not without some issues.
An emotional scene following NXT TakeOver: Portland.
NXT’s latest event is in the books. Now it’s time for you to decide what match on the card was the best of the night.
Undisputed ERA interference led to a ref bump, but that wasn’t what cost Tommaso Ciampa at TakeOver: Portland.
The Undisputed ERA prophecy continued to unravel at TakeOver: Portland.
Her Street Fight with Dakota Kai was going well at TakeOver: Portland, until it wasn’t.
Moving the show to Sunday had us thinking this could be resemble a WWE PPV, but Portland looks like the TakeOvers we know, just on a different night. We discuss why that’s a good thing, then break down the card match by match.
Okay, maybe that’s a little harsh. But the concluding chapter of WWE’s ‘The Comeback’ series has me ready to run through a brick wall for the Welsh Superstar.
Travel back in time to see the match that led to one of Sunday’s biggest brawls.
WWE is releasing a series of videos detailing her devastating knee injuries and inspirational comeback.
It’s pre-TakeOver conference call time, and The Game covered a lot of hot topics.
The latest rumors, including what plans may be for Elimination Chamber, why MVP is back, what’s next for Charlotte Flair, and more!
NXT’s first Sunday live special now has six matches, and looks like it might end up with a Raw/SmackDown PPV-like line-up.
They’ve made official one that was pretty much confirmed on last week’s show, and booked one that depends on the outcome of a new match made for tonight’s episode.