Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa facing consequences after Performance Center brawl
- Gargano and Ciampa will be forced to explain their actions that wrecked the Performance Center.
- It looks like Ciampa and Gargano has landed themselves in trouble.
The greatest feud in NXT history was set to reach its conclusion at NXT TakeOver: Tampa. Sadly, just like the years before, the tale of Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa will be pushed a little bit longer.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, TakeOver has been postponed, meaning that most of NXT's best storylines are going to have to be drawn out a bit. However, Ciampa and Gargano are two men who know how to draw out a story.
Two weeks ago, the former best friends brawled throughout the WWE Performance Center where NXT was taking place. Their fight throughout the building left a lot of damage in their wake. Shattered glass, broken chairs, demolished tables- the two men did whatever they could to injure one another.
The final moment of the brawl came when Ciampa dropped Gargano through the announcer's desk from the raven's perch, an oh-so-familiar sight in regards to these two. NXT GM William Regal had attempted to break them up with the help of NXT security, but they were unable to do so.
Gargano was rushed to the hospital following the fight while Ciampa stared at Regal in the face, reminding him that it only gets worse. After all, we've been here before.
Immediately after the brawl, Regal took to Twitter to state that what had gone down was completely unprofessional and unacceptable. While he vowed to deal with both of them "privately", the story was halted for last week's highlight episode of NXT.
Tonight on Monday Night RAW, though, we saw that both Gargano and Ciampa will now have to answer to Triple H about their actions that destroyed the WWE Performance Center a couple of weeks ago.
It will be interesting to see The Game's take on what happened between these two and will he be able to contain these two bitter rivals from tearing each other apart.
Published 24 Mar 2020, 08:17 IST