WWE NXT Match Card. In this post, we have come up with WWE NXT Match Card for the upcoming week i.e., August 31 (September 1 in India). Three matches and a segment have been announced for the last edition in August for the Black & Gold brand. Let’s have a brief look into these matches.
WWE NXT Match Card: The brand new NXT UK Champion Ilja Dragunov will be at the Capitol Wrestling Center to address the NXT Universe.
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WWE NXT Match Card: Tommaso Ciampa vs. Ridge Holland
Tommaso Ciampa will be seeking revenge when he would be colliding against Ridge Holland of Pete Dunne’s faction this Wednesday night on the Black & Gold brand. Holland attacked Ciampa’s partner Timothy Thatcher two weeks back who is now out indefinitely with an injury.
Both men had a back & forth beat-up when Pete Dunne showed up against the new NXT Champion Samoa Joe in a segment tonight. Expect a lot of intensity in this bout as Ciampa would be coming with all guns blazing.
WWE NXT Match Card: Johnny Gargano vs. LA Knight
Former Million Dollar Champion LA Knight is willing to get into the NXT Championship picture. However, it seems like he still has to prove whether he has got it all to challenge Samoa Joe.
Gargano, on the other hand, is already frustrated with the September 14 wedding of InDex. He is poised to become the next top heel on the Black & Gold brand, and a match against LA Knight could well be good for donning a full-on heelish persona ahead of the Wedding.
WWE NXT Match Card: Kyle O’Reilly vs. Duke Hudson
Kyle O’Reilly and Duke Hudson and a fierce backstage brawl on tonight’s episode. Now, the two men are all set to settle their differences in the ring when they square off next week in a one-on-one match.
After going through brutality and coming out at the top in the NXT Takeover 36 two out of three falls match against his former friend Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly is surely among the top superstars of the Black & Gold brand today. Humbling O’Reilly in his prime would be something monumental for Duke Hudson.