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NXT Discussion Post: August 8th, 2018

On tonight’s episode of NXT, Vanessa Borne and Taynara Conti square off in one on one action. The winner of this match earns a spot in the second annual Mae Young Classic Tournament. Both women took part in last year’s tournament, but came up short in their respective first round matches. Taynara lost to the Lady of NXT Lacey Evans, while Borne was defeated by Serena Deeb. With so much hype surrounding the tournament, both women look to make a name for themselves and qualify for this year’s event.

Listed below is what WWE.com had to say about tonight’s contest:

“With the 2018 Mae Young Classic only weeks away, two competitors from last year’s heralded Classic, Vanessa Borne and Taynara Conti, will face off with the opportunity to qualify for this year’s tournament on the line. As Borne and Conti both made lasting impressions last year, the pressure will only be mounting this Wednesday as one will advance on and one will go home. Who will earn a berth into the prestigious 32-woman tournament?”

Discuss the show in the comments!


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