WWE recently held their latest set of TV Tapings for their NXT UK brand which emanated from The York Barbican in York, England. These matches and segments will air on Thursday, January 23rd as well as Thursday, January 30th. Below are the full spoiler results from WWE’s latest set of NXT UK TV Tapings:
January 23rd Episode:
– Imperium (WWE United Kingdom Champion WALTER, Fabian Aichner, Marcel Barthel & Alexander Wolfe) came to the ring to talk trash about The Undisputed ERA (NXT Champion Adam Cole, NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong and NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) for the match at WWE Worlds Collide. NXT UK General Manager Johnny Saint & his assistant Sid Scala rechristened The WWE United Kingdom Title as The NXT United Kingdom Title and presented it to WALTER.
– Jordan Devlin def. Ligero to qualify for The Fatal 4-Way Cruiserweight Title Match at WWE Worlds Collide.
– Ilja Dragunov def. Josh Terry. Dragunov cut a post-match promo on Finn Balor. Joe Coffey interrupted and they had words over what happened at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II.
– Travis Banks def. The Brian Kendrick to earn the final spot in The Fatal 4-Way Cruiserweight Title Match at WWE Worlds Collide.
– Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch def. The Hunt (Primate & Wild Boar).
– Eddie Dennis came to the ring for a promo on NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II but Trent Seven interrupted for a brawl.
– Isla Dawn def. Nina Samuels.
– Ridge Holland def. Tyson T-Bone.
– Imperium (Marcel Barthel, Fabian Aichner & Alexander Wolfe) def. “Bomber” Dave Mastiff, Flash Morgan Webster & Mark Andrews.
January 30th Episode:
– Tyler Bate def. A-Kid. Joseph Conners confronted Bate after the match and challenged him.
– Piper Niven def. Dani Luna.
– Ashton Smith & Oliver Carter def. Sam Stoker & Lewis Howley.
– NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray challenged Toni Storm to an “I Quit” match and will defend her title. Storm can no longer challenge Ray for the title if she loses.
– Aoife Cusack (Valkyrie) def. Amale.
– “Bomber” Dave Mastiff def. Saxon Huxley.
– Trent Seven def. Eddie Dennis in a Steel Corners Street Fight.