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WWE NXT: The rebuilding phase begins as the drafts catch up with TV Ignore Report Reply
Celt !BzcOsK03.w - Wed, 15 May 2019 16:27:31 EST ID:N0gMSQCl No.6233012
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>Watch WWE NXT with /wooo/ in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and /wooo/alt - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt at 8pm Eastern//1am London.
>NXT News: Percy Watson is quiting the annouce booth and NXT to go pursue a career in acting. On tonight's show
  • The Viking Raiders address the future of the NXT Tag Team Championships.
  • Keith Lee vs. Cezar Bononi.
  • KUSHIDA vs. "The Finest" Kona "The Finest" Reeves "The Finest" .
  • Vanessa Borne (with Aliyah) vs. "XD I'm just such a massive nerd u guis" Jessie.
>Where do The Viking Raiders, and the NXT Tag Team Titles, go from here?
>NXT Tag Team Champion The Viking Raiders’ status in the black-and-gold brand has been the subject of much speculation since Erik & Ivar debuted on Raw. This week on WWE Network, the champions will make their booming voices heard when they appear live at Full Sail. Although the bearded brawlers have already made their presence felt in a big way on Monday nights, they still hold the top prize in NXT’s Tag Team division — a fact that none of NXT’s other duos has forgotten. If you need evidence, look no further than The Forgotten Sons’ ruthless guerrilla attack on The Viking Raiders last week, which showed that Erik & Ivar are squarely in the crosshairs of The Savages of NXT. How will The Viking Raiders respond, and what does the future hold for them in NXT?

>Kushida readies for Act II
>To say Kushida’s NXT debut was a smash success would be an understatement. Against the venerable and vicious Kassius Ohno, NXT’s newest Superstar made an unforgettable first impression. He showed true grit (enduring The Knockout Artist’s high-powered strikes), uncorked a few home runs of his own (his wind-up punch seemed powered by no fewer than 1.21 gigawatts) and forced Ohno to submit to the Hoverboard Lock. Kushida looks to go 2-0 this week when he returns to compete between the yellow ropes of NXT.

>An ERA in dispute
>When we last saw The Undisputed ERA, team captain Adam Cole was lambasting Roderick Strong for his involvement in Cole’s match against Matt Riddle (a bout that Cole lost). After weeks of mounting tension between the two teammates, Cole’s latest outburst was possibly the straw that broke the camel’s back, as Strong responded by ripping off his Undisputed ERA shirt and throwing it in Cole’s face as The Panama City Playboy was being held back by Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish. The Undisputed ERA are as tightknit a crew as you’ll find in NXT or WWE, but that doesn’t mean they’re invincible to infighting. Will the system-shocking stable get back on the same page, or are we witnessing the end of an era?

>Can Jessie fog The Vision?
> Vanessa Borne and Aliyah might consider everyone else in the NXT a “lower,” but don’t expect Borne’s opponent this week on NXT TV — 2018 Mae Young Classic competitor Jessie — to co-sign that statement. Armed with world-class athleticism and a contagious sense of joy, the up-and-coming Jessie has been a favorite of the NXT Universe any time she’s competed, including during the recent Women’s Battle Royal on WWE Worlds Collide. However, she is also in pursuit of something other than NXT fan approval, namely, a big win on WWE Network. Will Jessie hit the jackpot this week, or can The Vision, whose ruthlessness and in-ring repertoire seems to grow by the day, rain on her parade?

>“Limitless” Keith Lee returns to action
>It’s been a while since the NXT Universe has basked in the glory of Keith Lee, but that all changes this week on WWE Network when The Limitless Superstar returns to action. After an injury pushed Lee to the sideline for weeks, the 320-pound hybrid athlete — whose absurd combination of size, speed and agility has blown minds — is back at full strength and looking to make up for lost time.

This post was edited by Celt on 15-05-2019 16:29:57
Lance Steel - Wed, 15 May 2019 16:33:18 EST ID:8dC1X3VY No.6233015 Ignore Report Reply
That fucking Matt Riddle vs Adam Cole match was fucking amazing

Thank you Jesus that they don't have fucking Riddle performing boring restholds he actually does different locks and chain grappling
Jim Cornette - Wed, 15 May 2019 17:01:36 EST ID:ISVkPzm7 No.6233040 Ignore Report Reply
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>no Io
Skip Sheffield - Wed, 15 May 2019 17:17:17 EST ID:c8n9JpcU No.6233048 Ignore Report Reply
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>To say Kushida’s NXT debut was a smash success would be an understatement
Lol what? Ohno made him look like shit. Hopefully whatever jobber he faces this time does him better.
Godiva - Wed, 15 May 2019 17:17:26 EST ID:XvPtL64T No.6233049 Ignore Report Reply
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>Kairi has moved on to THE KABUKI WARRIORS

fuck this show and this company
Awesome Kong - Wed, 15 May 2019 19:42:32 EST ID:nbNr4u3F No.6233130 Ignore Report Reply
current NXT booking seems really slow/aimless to me until that Robbie E Elite thing shows up. I know it's probably not even gonna be anywhere near a main event act but it's personally much more interesting than bullshit like "What will Kushida do next?", typical stable breakups and "how will we recover from callups?".
Celt !BzcOsK03.w - Wed, 15 May 2019 19:55:49 EST ID:N0gMSQCl No.6233133 Report Reply
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Jolly Roger - Wed, 15 May 2019 19:58:57 EST ID:aKhBZiaw No.6233134 Ignore Report Reply

>Ohno made him look like shit

Thank you holy shit i'm glad I wasn't the only one who thought Kushida looked like a fucking 205 jobber when he was trading rest holds with fucking Ohno

I don't wanna say that match was Cesaro vs RVD levels of a mismatch but it was a bad pairing. pairings like that are the sole reason why Vince doesn't book like a WCW employee because at least WCW had the novelty of having the most what the fuck pairing kind of matches and just seeing if they were either disasterously bad or a solid god given miracle

Fuck Ohno send him the fuck back to the UK territory get him the fuck off the US NXT Branch. He's done everything he needs to do here.
Kama Mustafa - Wed, 15 May 2019 20:18:55 EST ID:Ybchf0OF No.6233144 Ignore Report Reply
>Use pic of beardless/soul patch Keith Lee long after he grew a beard and sideburns
>Gets injured
>Use pic of full bearded Lee to advertise match with Bononi, returns beardless.

Call it autism, call it OCD, it's just a little funny to me.
Kama Mustafa - Wed, 15 May 2019 20:21:18 EST ID:Ybchf0OF No.6233146 Ignore Report Reply

Okay he's got a soul patch again.
Kama Mustafa - Wed, 15 May 2019 20:33:04 EST ID:Ybchf0OF No.6233159 Ignore Report Reply
That was a slightly better showing for Kushida, but overall still unimpressed.
Bad News Brown - Wed, 15 May 2019 20:46:31 EST ID:ISVkPzm7 No.6233165 Ignore Report Reply
he needs a Takeover match against someone good
Bad News Brown - Wed, 15 May 2019 20:54:52 EST ID:ISVkPzm7 No.6233168 Ignore Report Reply
That was some main roster booking we saw there in that main event. Even NXT is not safe from it.
Masahiro Chono - Wed, 15 May 2019 21:04:53 EST ID:jMLd+XDB No.6233174 Ignore Report Reply
Pretty much everyone in the tube chat and show thread for that weak came to the same conclusion that Ohno was sluggish and slow and has lost a step and he significantly dragged down the match compared to what it could have been/what we expecte from Chris Hero vs Kushida. He's just not that wrestler anymore sadly.

Pretty sure that's what Gulak was doing out there. Expect them to get a long showcase match somewhere down the line, hopefully at the Takeover.
Becky Bayless - Wed, 15 May 2019 23:45:01 EST ID:EvYXc0Fp No.6233232 Ignore Report Reply
shut the fuck up marky

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