• Complete Results From Tonight’s NXT
– NXT kicked off with Samoa Joe calling out NXT Champion Karrion Kross. NXT General Manager William Regal interrupted and told Joe that he can’t be calling out superstars as part of the deal they made. Joe said Kross provoked him when he choked him out last week, and claimed Regal can’t control Kross. Joe announced that someone is going to be put to sleep by the end of the night.
– NXT Cruiserweight Champion Kushida & Bobby Fish def. Diamond Mine
– Franky Monet def. Jacy Jayne (Mandy Rose watched the match up close)
– The next NXT TakeOver will take place on the night after SummerSlam.
– NXT will be airing on Syfy for the next 2 weeks due to The Olympics. Adam Cole vs. Bronson Reed is announced for next week.
– Kyle O’Reilly def. Austin Theory
– Legado Del Fantasma are about to hold a Mariachi Madness Musical. Santos Escobar said the fans don’t deserve their music and sent a message to Hit Row that he wants the NXT North American Championship. Hit Row interrupted. Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott said it took all of Legado to defeat him last time they faced off. They got into a brawl. Scott hit Joaquin Wilde with a Guitar.
– Odyssey Jones def. Andre Chase to advance to the next round of the Breakout Tournament
– NXT Tag Team Champions MSK are about to reveal what ‘MSK’ stands for, but Imperium interrupted before they could say it.
– Drake Maverick def. Million Dollar Champion LA Knight with a Roll Up (After the match, LA attacked Drake and blamed Cameron Grimes for his loss. Grimes pulled LA off of Drake. LA ordered Grimes to punch Drake as part of his Butler duties)
– Raquel Gonzalez (c) def. Xia Li to retain the NXT Women’s Championship
– Samoa Joe called out Karrion Kross again. Kross appeared on the screen and said he can go wherever he wants, and hurt anyone he wants. Kross revealed that he attacked William Regal. As Joe ran to the back, Kross asked Joe if he thinks he is still in control, and then drove away.
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) July 21, 2021
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 20, 1998) – WWF RAW IS WAR
On this day in 1998, the World Wrestling Federation aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.
It was broadcasted from the Broome County Arena in Binghamton, New York and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Fully Loaded 1998: In Your House’ PPV.
Here’s the match-card:
1. WWF European Title: D’Lo Brown vs. Triple H
2. Brawl 4 All: Steve Williams vs. Pierre
3. Steve Blackman vs. Jeff Jarrett
4. Owen Hart vs. Faarooq
5. WWF Intercontinental Title: The Rock vs. Owen Hart
6. Texas Tornado Handicap Match: Kane & Mankind vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin