Three bouts have been announced for next week’s WWE NXT show.
One of them will be a new triple threat to get a shot at the North America title.
Three matches announced for WWE NXT next week
Yesterday during the WWE NXT program three bouts were announced that we will be able to see in the program of next Wednesday, August 5, WWE NXT.
Dakota Kai and Rhea Ripley will meet in a fight for the number one contender in NXT next Wednesday. The winner will compete for the Io Shirai NXT Women’s Championship at TakeOver XXX on Saturday, August 22.
Shirai retained her title against Tegan Nox in the NXT main event two weeks ago, but was later attacked with a kick to Kai’s face. In tonight’s NXT, Shirai teamed up with Nox and defeated Candice LeRae and Kai after Kai forced LeRae to re-enter.
Kai did a backstage interview later on tonight’s NXT show and said she is no longer a team fighter. Kai stated that she is the number one contender for the Shirai title, but Ripley faced Kai. Ripley said the next Shirai title shot is hers and she doesn’t mind stepping over someone who thinks otherwise.
– In another match with implications for TakeOver, Damian Priest vs. Ridge Holland vs. Oney Lorcan is bookeado for next week in NXT. The winner will qualify for the ladder match for the North American Championship at TakeOver XXX, which is now vacant.
Holland, a former rugby player whose real name is Luke Menzies, is part of the NXT UK brand.
Bronson Reed and Dexter Lumis have already qualified for ladder combat. It will have five fighters in total.
– The NXT Tag Team titles will be up for grabs next Wednesday when Imperium (Marcel Barthel and Fabian Aichner) defend the same against The Undisputed Era (Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish). Imperium defeated Ever-Rise on NXT tonight, but were later attacked by members of the Undisputed Era.
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