TakeOver: Vengeance Day
This was a pretty strong show from start to finish, but it’s the new direction revealed at the end that’s most exciting.
The latest rumors, including a shift in the Elimination Chamber card, how long Sammy would have been working Tuesday nights, why Io Shirai’s TakeOver defense was so short, and more!
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.
The match lived up to the hype, but the decision to beat Kushida clean is a curious one. Meanwhile, Dexter Lumis is out here chloroforming people backstage.
Look out, Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler. No one’s been able to stop Raquel González, and now that she & Dakota Kai won the Dusty Cup and a shot at your WWE Women’s Tag titles, I don’t like your chances, either.
Get ready for all tonight’s action with a free half-hour of interviews, recaps, analysis, and more!
Or why you shouldn’t feel bad if WWE NXT is your Valentine!
Triple H addresses the status of Velveteen Dream and Pat McAfee.
Grizzled Young Veterans and MSK round out the line-up for Sun., Feb. 14, and the go home show closed with a series of tense face-offs.
Austin Theory broke the news... which seems like a storyline, but we don’t know for sure.
NXT made big moves toward solidifying their plans for next week on their Feb. 3 episode.
Instead we’ll get the more PG-sounding TakeOver: Vengeance Day.
You thought it might be, and now it’s so.
Most of the direction seems pretty clear after the Jan. 27 episode of NXT.