Joe Coffey def. Sam Gradwell
Two weeks removed from suffering a pinfall loss to Joe Coffey and the Gallus boys in Six-Man Tag Team action, Sam Gradwell insisted he would take care of business in a one-on-one setting. While Gradwell brought a fierce challenge to the ring, his talk ultimately proved to be bigger as he lost after Coffey leveled him with All the Best for the Bells.
Pretty Deadly def. Ashton Smith & Oliver Carter
Ashton Smith & Oliver Carter stymied Pretty Deadly early on, taking control behind their quickness and innovative double-team maneuvers until Lewis Howley and Sam Stoker were able to isolate Carter in their corner and effectively chop the ring in half. A tag to Smith turned the bout around, but Stoker saved Howley from a near-certain pin by placing his boot on the bottom rope. Stoker blasted Smith with a huge uppercut from the outside moments later, allowing Howley to roll him up for the win.
Saxon Huxley def. Levi Muir
Levi Muir struggled to tame the barbaric, unruly style of Saxon Huxley despite his best efforts. Jack Starz emerged at ringside to cheer on his friend, but that support wasn’t enough to help Muir overcome Huxley, who claimed victory after nearly beheading Muir with a massive clothesline.
NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray def. Piper Niven in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
Kay Lee Ray and Piper Niven ushered in a new level of brutality in the first Women’s Falls Count Anywhere Match in NXT UK history. Niven wasted no time beginning the chaotic brawl, attacking KLR in the entranceway before the bell even sounded. She also quickly capitalized on the stipulation, introducing an array of foreign objects from under the ring.
Both made use of the weaponry, including the ring bell, a trash can, and even a steel chain that The Scary Queen of Scots viciously wrapped around Niven’s face. Jinny emerged moments later looking for payback after Niven left her lying two weeks ago, and began pummeling Niven until the challenger could fight her off and toss her over the barricade.
KLR and Niven battled their way backstage at BT Sport Studios where the destructive ingenuity escalated. Countering a Gory Bomb attempt, Niven dropped KLR on a chair with a Piper Driver that nearly scored a three-count. Niven left no doubt about the lengths she was willing to go to in order to become champion, targeting Kay Lee Ray’s injured knee with a steel pipe before the rivals took their fight to the top of an equipment case. That was when Jinny re-emerged to strike Niven in the back with a chair, sending both competitors crashing through a table below.
Landing fortuitously atop Niven for the cover, Kay Lee Ray successfully retained her title, though neither woman will likely be the same anytime soon.
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