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Moustache Mountain’s enormous NXT Tag Team Title win in London established Tyler Bate & Trent Seven as the team to beat on the black-and-yellow brand, but their problems with former champions Undisputed ERA are far from over.

NXT North American Champion Adam Cole, Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly ambushed Bate & Seven’s scheduled opponents, Dave Dixon & Carl Axelrod, from behind as they entered Full Sail Live. Declaring Moustache Mountain’s win a “fluke” and Bate & Seven “phonies,” the trio surrounded the champions and appeared ready to pounce until Ricochet rushed in to even the odds. William Regal acted within moments and ruled that the two squads would meet on the spot, setting the foundation for a rip-roaring six-man main event.

Both sides unloaded a frenzy of high-octane offense that left the NXT Universe breathless. Ricochet & Moustache Mountain showed incredible team chemistry, while Undisputed ERA employed brutal strikes and a few shortcuts to control the pace. Late in the match, Ricochet tagged in and unleashed his latest gif-worthy innovation, backflipping out of a high/low combination by Strong & O’Reilly.

Ricochet followed up with a 630 Splash on The Panama City Playboy moments later, but O’Reilly broke up the ensuing pin attempt. The action then spilled to the floor, where Strong demolished Ricochet with a modified End of Heartache onto the edge of the ring apron before rolling him into the ring for Cole to pin.

Undisputed ERA’s trip to the U.K. may have shrunk their championship trove, but it also intensified their competitive fire, as Ricochet & Moustache Mountain found out tonight.

After losing the NXT Tag Team Championship to Mustache Mountain, Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong of Undisputed ERA say that United Kingdom rules don’t apply in the United States.

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Night Two at Royal Albert Hall kicked off with a bang — or, rather, a Bop and a Bang — as Moustache Mountain defended their home turf and became the new NXT Tag Team Champions with a stirring victory against Undisputed ERA.

The irreverent champions, Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong, unloaded a cavalcade of hard strikes, but Tyler Bate & Trent Seven were firing on all cylinders, both individually and as a unit. “Textbook” Bate’s remarkable feats of strength (such as fighting off O’Reilly’s sleeper hold while deadlifting Strong into a suplex) were game-changing, as was Seven’s savvy ring awareness.

Undisputed ERA, who were perhaps still reeling from losing to British Strong Style in a Six-Man Tag Team Match the night before, also suffered from pivotal miscalculations. A missed high-low attempt late in the match opened the door for Seven & Bate to hit O’Reilly with an incredible Torture Rack/flying knee drop combination. The referee counted to three and the NXT Universe erupted. As chants of “You deserve it!” carried through Royal Albert Hall, Moustache Mountain took the titles over the ring barricade and celebrated with their countrymen.

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After enduring Undisputed ERA’s insults and mockery of England for weeks on end, British Strong Style refused to be beaten on their own turf by the bombastic, gold-clad faction.

NXT North American Adam Cole and NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong employed quick tags to isolate Trent Seven and, later, WWE U.K. Champion Pete Dunne from their teammates. Nonetheless, Dunne, Seven & Tyler Bate forged ahead, fighting both for national pride and the intense desire to knock the pompous Undisputed ERA down a peg.

The action was nonstop, and the fans inside Royal Albert Hall hung on every exchange as the battle grew into an instant classic. Seven regained control for his team after drilling Strong with the Seven Stars Lariat late in the match. Cole’s attempt to weaponize his NXT North American Title provided a costly distraction (allowing Strong to blindside Seven), and a pier-six brawl broke out from there. The BruiserWeight wiped out Cole & Strong with a moonsault to the floor, allowing Moustache Mountain to earn the cathartic victory after decimating O’Reilly with a rebound clothesline/dragon suplex combination.

Following their big triumph, Moustache Mountain now look ahead to challenging Strong & O’Reilly for the NXT Tag Team Titles tomorrow at Royal Albert Hall.

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CHICAGO — Despite turning in one of the grittiest efforts of their careers, Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan came just shy of capturing the NXT Tag Team Championship at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II, as Undisputed ERA’s Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly maintained court and defeated the hard-hitting duo in a blistering opening contest.

With tensions between the two duos boiling over during the past several weeks, the physicality was off the charts from the get go. Burch & Lorcan kept Strong & O’Reilly at bay in the early goings, using a mix of ground-and-pound, aggressive strikes and straight-up aggression to take control of the bout. However, when Strong hit Burch flush in the face with a dropkick and then smashed him across one of the LED boards below the ring apron, Undisputed ERA took control.

Strong and O’Reilly kept Burch down with hard-hitting offense and a swarming of submission holds. It wasn’t until the battered Burch connected with a brutal headbutt that he was able to tag in Lorcan, who absolutely exploded, downing his opposition instantly with a barrage of offense. Oney and the refurbished Burch kept Undisputed ERA reeling until O’Reilly was applied a cross armbreaker that evened the playing field.

NXT North American Champion Adam Cole made a pivotal save for his cohorts when he pulled O’Reilly out of the ring after it appeared he would be down for a definite three-count following an unbelievable flying European uppercut. Cole was caught by the referee and promptly ejected from ringside as Lorcan & Burch continued to rally.

In the pivotal moment, O’Reilly & Strong temporarily eliminated Burch, leaving the legal Lorcan alone with both NXT Tag Team Champions. After a succession of strikes, a more-than-dazed Lorcan was struck with a high-low combination from Undisputed ERA that kept him down for three.

The champions walked away victorious, but as the battered challengers rose to their feet in the ring, the NXT Universe paid respect with a stirring standing ovation. They may not have earned the titles, but Oney & Lorcan definitely earned respect.

After gloating about Undisputed ERA’s successful night, NXT Tag Team Champion Kyle O’Reilly issues a challenge to The BruiserWeight.

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Roderick Strong versus Danny Burch

They lock up and Strong with a take down and a side head lock. Burch with a wrist lock but Strong with a snap mare. Burch with a hammer lock into a wrist lock. Strong with a side head lock and Burch escapes and Strong goes to the ropes to slow down the pace. They have a Greco Roman Knuckle Lock and Burch with a leg sweep and kick to the arm. Burch with an arm bar into a hammer lock.

Strong sends Burch to the apron and then he kicks Burch as Burch gets back into the ring. Strong with kicks to the back followed by punches and a rear chin lock with his knee in the back. Strong with an elbow to the neck followed by a chop in the corner. Strong with another chop that echoes through the building. Strong with a back breaker and he gets a near fall. Strong with a front face lock but Burch gets back to his feet and he punches Strong. Strong with a drop kick for a near fall.

Strong with a drop kick to the back and then he kicks Burch in the back. Strong with an abdominal stretch. Burch sends Strong to the floor and then he misses a running knee into the corner. Burch with a head butt and both men are down. Burch with punches and Strong with forearms. Burch with punches and a European uppercut. Burch with a running European uppercut and then he hits a missile drop kick. Burch with a European uppercut and German suplex followed by a clothesline.

Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly make their way to the ring to try to get involved, but they are stopped by Pete Dunne and Oney Lorcan. Cole takes care of Lorcan but Dunne with punches to Cole. Dunne with a forearm to O’Reilly.

Burch with a crossface and Cole gets on the apron to get Burch to release the hold. Strong with a back breaker for the three count.

Winner: Roderick Strong

After the match, Strong turns around and sees Dunne in the ring. Dunne with punches and a forearm. Kyle clips Dunne before he can hit the X Plex. Strong hits End of Heartache on Dunne.

The Undisputed Era are in the back and Adam Cole says that last week was a fluke. The funniest part of last week was that they will hang their hats on that victory their entire careers. Roderick says they should not be facing them at Takeover. Kyle says it is Pete Dunne’s fault for giving them false hope. They didn’t even know who they were. Bobby says the charade comes to an end in Chicago. Roderick says he has no patience and he waits for no man. He wants Mr. Number Two Daniel Burch. He will show Burch that last week was a fluke and they are way out of their league.

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The next entrant at #34 is NXT Tag Team Champion Roderick Strong of The Undisputed Era. Strong goes at it with Elias and dropkicks him. Strong with backbreakers to Roode and then Anderson, Rey and Big E. Strong sends Rhyno to the apron and eliminates him. Strong works over Rey now. The next man out is Randy Orton to a big pop.

Orton heads to the ramp and floors Mojo, then Crew. Orton powerslams Anderson. Crews elbows Orton and goes to the top but Orton nails the RKO in mid-air. Orton tosses Anderson, then Mojo and then Crews. Heath Slater is out next as Orton works on dumping Bryan. Rey turns it around on Orton. Slater floors Big E with a knee. Slater works on dumping Elias now. Orton tries to eliminate Rey now. Roode works on Bryan. The next man out at #37 is NXT Superstar Babatunde Aiyegbusi. The big man unloads and floors Roode. Babatunde takes shots from Bryan but they do nothing. Babatunde puts the boots to Bryan in the corner now. Baron Corbin is out next. Corbin drags Elias under the bottom rope and sends him into the steel ring steps. Corbin rocks Orton and enters the ring, dropping Strong and Roode. Rey kicks Corbin and ducks clotheslines but Corbin nails a big Deep Six. Corbin splashes Roode in the corner but runs into kicks from Strong. Corbin runs around the ring and back in to knock Strong out of mid-air. Corbin eliminates Roode and Strong.

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The Undisputed Era make their way to the stage and they go to the ring.

Adam tells them to relish in this situation. Look at all of this gold. This is what happens when you back the Undisputed Era into the corner. NXT’s mission has been to prevent this from happening, but here we stand.

Bobby says it is no secret. At War Games, they were thrown to the wolves and in New Orleans, the same thing. What you fail to realize is that in every turn, the Undisputed Era remain one step ahead. Do you need any proof? They stand here today dripping in NXT Championship Gold.

Roderick says everyone wants to know “Why Roddy Why?” He is not the type of guy to stand here and pat himself on the back because that is what they are for. For once, he did something for himself and at Takeover, he made the best decision of his career. Sure, he could have won the tag titles with Pete Dunne, but how long until Pete turns on him because all Pete cares about his is UK title. Not Bobby Fish. Not Adam Cole. Not Kyle O’Reilly. He has seen them take a bullet for them.

During the match, Roderick says he had an epiphany. It has been Roddy versus the World, but why fight alone and come up short when they can fight together and take over NXT?

Kyle says they are done being backed into a corner. It doesn’t matter what the powers that be do to try to slow them down. They cannot be stopped. This is the era of the undisputed. Times are changing. They will leave everyone else in the dust.

Adam says that was well said. Adam says he will defend his title against Oney Lorcan right now. He will do it on his own because he won this title by himself and he will defend it himself. Adam says he doesn’t need any help beating Oney Lorcan. Adam wants them to do him a favor and go to the back and find a comfortable seat and a cold beverage to see what he is going to do. They are here to shock the system.

Adam Cole versus Oney Lorcan for the NXT North American Title

Cole’s ribs are heavily taped as he takes off his shirt.

They lock up and Cole with a wrist lock. Lorcan with a reversal into a waist lock and Cole gets to the ropes. Cole with a kick and side head lock. Cole with a shoulder tackle but Lorcan with an abdominal stretch. Cole gets to the ropes to force Lorcan to release the hold. Cole goes to the floor to regroup and catch his breath. Cole goes into the ring to stop the count and goes back to the floor. Lorcan follows and he connects with a shoulder on the apron. Lorcan tries to suplex Cole to the floor but Cole blocks it.

Cole with an enzuigiri to stop Lorcan. Cole kicks Lorcan in the corner. Cole with a kick to the head and he punches Lorcan. Cole with a snap mare and knee to the back. Cole with a rear chin lock. Lorcan with punches to the ribs but Cole gets Lorcan on his shoulders for an ushigoroshi. Cole holds his ribs as he is unable to capitalize on the situation. Cole with a forearm as Lorcan punches Cole in the ribs. Lorcan with a European uppercut and chops.

Lorcan with a running knee to the midsection and then he hits a running European uppercut followed by a blockbuster for a near fall. Lorcan goes for a half nelson suplex but Cole blocks it. Cole with a boot to the head but Lorcan drops Cole onto the top rope and Cole falls to the floor.

Lorcan goes up top and Kyle brings a trainer to the ring to check on Cole. Strong pulls Lorcan to the floor and hits a back drop driver onto the apron. Cole is helped into the ring and he hits Last Shot for the three count.

Winner: Adam Cole

After the match, Kyle and Roderick attack Lorcan.

Danny Burch makes his way to the ring and he takes care of Kyle and Roderick. Cole with a super kick to Burch. Kyle with axe and smash to Lorcan while Strong hits a jumping knee on Burch.

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