After not competing for more than six months, WALTER made up for lost time in a hurry with a viciously dominant win over Saxon Huxley. The Ring General nearly won by count-out after laying Huxley out with a powerbomb on the apron, then later finished him off with a massive butterfly superplex and another powerbomb.
Pretty Deadly won in cunning fashion, with Sam Stoker capitalizing on a distraction by Lewis Howley to roll up Wild Boar for the victory. They were joined by interesting company afterward in the form of Eddie Dennis, who shared a word with Pretty Deadly, his intentions unclear.
This grueling battle between former best friends left both competitors completely spent by its end. Kay Lee Ray appeared to sustain an injury when her running knee strike instead found the steel steps. Officials were set to remove KLR from the match for examination — that was until she blasted Piper Niven with a massive slap and the bout continued.
But KLR's hurt knee proved costly several times, particularly when she tried to execute The Gory Bomb. Later on, The Scary Queen of Scots barely draped her boot across the bottom rope to beat the three-count after Piper Niven hit the Piper Driver.
KLR sacrificed her injured knee when she drove both into Niven's midsection to counter a Vader Bomb attempt. Moments later, The Scary Queen of Scots evaded a running corner senton by Niven, who instead landed back-first on the turnbuckle that had been exposed earlier in the bout. Kay Lee Ray took advantage to cover Niven, ensuring that the longest NXT UK Women's Championship reign in history would continue.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- WALTER defeated Saxon Huxley (6:09)
- Pretty Deadly (Lewis Howley & Sam Stoker) defeated The Hunt (Primate & Wild Boar) (8:01)
- Kay Lee Ray (c) defeated Piper Niven to retain the NXT UK Women's Championship (14:23)
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