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NXT books two title matches for next week

NXT is at the Performance Center next week while Full Sail Live is booked for their annual Hall of Fame Week (no relation to Vince McMahon’s club). We’re not sure what the set will look like, but the PC is where they filmed Halftime Heat in 2019, so that may give us some idea.

To put a spin on the smaller, non-traditional venue, Triple H announced it to the Orlando ticket-base as a Fan Appreciation Night. To dress up what might appear on television as a step down in venue, they’re setting up a loaded show.

There’s probably not much suspense the outcome of either title match they set-up this week, but they should be good nonetheless.

Cameron Grimes is getting a shot at Keith Lee’s North American title. Grimes picked up a win over Dominik Dijakovic last Wednesday after Damien Priest took out Dijakovic’s leg with a night stick. His attempt to deliver a promo explaining that General Manager William Regal felt that earned him a championship match tonight was drowned out by boos. So at least we know the smaller sold out crowd at the PC will be rocking when the uber-over Lee faces the apparently-hated Grimes on Mar. 11.

The other is Undisputed ERA’s rematch for the NXT Tag titles. Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly picked up a win tonight and called out The BroserWeights, but when Pete Dunne & Matt Riddle answered, they were waylaid by the team they beat for the Dusty Cup, Grizzled Young Veterans.

Best of luck to Fish & O’Reilly in their quest to become four time champs, but it looks like Stallion Pete and Stallion Riddle’s next challengers at TakeOver: Tampa will be Zack Gibson & James Drake.

Johnny Gargano’s fantastic interview segment with Mauro Ranallo also teased a confrontation between Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa for next week.

Should be a fun night at the PC!

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