5 smart booking decisions for NXT Takeover: WarGames
How should each match in NXT's final TakeOver of the year end?
NXT Takeover is WWE's most consistent event in terms of quality. While some editions were certainly better than others, not a single one has disappointed. Tonight should be no different, as NXT Takeover: WarGames comes live from the Toyota Center in Houston. Boasting three main event calibre matches and a strong undercard besides, it looks to be yet another good showing from the yellow brand.
To make the most out of the stacked card and to set NXT programming up for the coming year, the final TakeOver event of 2017 should end in the following ways.
#1 Lars Sullivan's dominance continues
It remains to be seen if NXT can transform Lars Sullivan, a man once called the new Brock Lesnar, into its own version of Braun Strowman, but surely a strong showing here will be required if the project is to be successful.
Kassius Ohno will certainly prove to be the monster's toughest challenge yet, but in the highest profile spot of his career, Sullivan should win the bout in fairly short order, say, around 7 minutes, to further cement him as NXT's top hoss.