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5 things WWE NXT got right on this week’s episode (November 13, 2019)

Ali Akber
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Modified 21 Dec 2019, 01:02 IST

This week
This week's episode blew the roof off Full Sail University

It was an eventful night of sports entertainment, as NXT delivered another fine show filled with swerves to keep the WWE Universe on the edge.

NXT Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush successfully defended his title against Angel Garza to kick off the night in an epic battle which put both men over and showed that the rivalry between the duo isn’t done.

Isaiah "Swerve" Scott also picked up a huge victory over the monstrous Bronson Reed after a great match, and we could see Swerve go up the ranks sooner than anyone would have expected.

However, a couple of segments during the night stole the show and gave fans so much to look forward to at WarGames and Survivor Series.

In this article, we'll look at the 5 things the company got right on NXT this week.

#5 Building towards an even triple-threat battle

Pete Dunne picked a fight against the wrong man, as he snapped Killian Dain’s fingers on his way to a match against Damian Priest a few weeks ago. Since then, Dain had been on the hunt for Dunne and even attacked his former NXT UK partner Tyler Bate to send a message to The Bruiserweight.

This week, it seemed like The Beast of Belfast would get his revenge as he was scheduled for a match against the former NXT UK Champion. However, Dain was ambushed by Damian Priest on his way to the ring, making things a bit more complicated and interesting.

The Archer of Infamy made the biggest statement of the night by taking out both fighters and standing tall to make himself look like the biggest Superstar in the ring.


This was exactly what was needed, as Dain vs. Dunne is too big a match to have on a regular televised show. The three men are evenly matched and it’s impossible to pick a victor between them. Therefore, the company could book several triple threat matches between before heading into a concentrated rivalry between Dain and Dunne.

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Published 14 Nov 2019, 13:12 IST
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