Mandy Rose remains on top of NXT 2.0.
In the third match of NXT Worlds Collide, the NXT and NXT UK Women’s Championships were unified in a triple threat match featuring Mandy Rose, Meiko Satomura, and Blair Davenport.
All three competitors were highlighted within the 13 minutes they had to perform. Though she was labeled the third wheel in the lead up, Blair Davenport showcased why she had earned her spot in the match. Despite the strong showing, Mandy Rose hit her signature running knee on both Davenport and Satomura, causing the NXT UK Champion to fall out of the ring.
With no one to break up the pin, Rose pinned Davenport for the three-count and ultimately unified the NXT and NXT UK Women’s Championships.
The next match on the card saw the returns of Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. to take on Katana Chance and Kayden Carter for the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship. Doudrop dominated the bout early on with the defending champs getting in offense when they could.
The tides turned when Toxic Attraction’s Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne ran down and began brawling with Nikki A.S.H. While they fought at ringside, Chance and Carter hit their combo finisher on Doudrop, allowing Chance to score the pinfall victory.
Needless to say, Toxic Attraction are far from done running the women’s division in NXT.
Earlier on in the night, Lash Legend and Fallon Henley duked it out in the middle of the four-way elimination NXT Tag Team Championship unification match. Henley accompanied Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen as usual, while Legend was out to support the eventual winners of the match, Pretty Deadly.
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