NXT booked a two-match nightmare, classic stipping for Halloween Havoc

NXT booked a two-match nightmare, classic stipping for Halloween Havoc

NXT version of Halloween Disaster With only two weeks left (October 28), they had to start booking cards tonight. They did so by bowing to such a great law and the greatest power of their preaching.

The distribution of NXT rats has been their strongest feature and so far, therefore they are specially represented.

We already knew that Shotz was going to host a Blackheart show. She also played two women’s matches. They also included a men’s title match and brought back an old rule.

Io Shirai will defend her title against Candice Lare in one Takeover 31 Match again. Lerae defeated Blackheart tonight to claim the right with the help of brass cooks provided by Indy Hartwell.

Johnny Gargano will also receive Takeover 31 Match Priest Against Damien Priest After Priest successfully defended his North American title against Dexter Lumis (thanks to a scary cave by Cameron Grimes), Johnny Gargano attacked the champ with a chair.

That’s when General Manager William Regal booked the North American title match. And host Shotzi Blackhart should tell both Garganos to make a spin wheel, make a deal for both of their matches.

It was awesome Halloween Disaster Main with wheels of randomly high conditions. So they are running with tradition. (Hopefully, they do with the stage too!)

In the end, the two Powerha women will clash when Rhea Ripley and Raquel Gonzalez end up head over heels. This showdown has been teasing for a while now and will be over Halloween Disaster.

Cards so far:

  • IO Shiri (C) vs. Candice Lara (Spin the Wheel, Make a Deal) for the NOST Women’s Championship
  • Damien Priest (C) vs. Johnny Gargano for the North American Championship (spin wheel, make a deal)
  • Rhea Ripley vs. Raquel Gonzalez
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Will Smith

About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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