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NXT Tag Team Champions Tyler Bate and Trent Seven versus Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong for the NXT Tag Team Championship

Kyle and Roderick attack Bate and Seven as the bell rings and Strong and Kyle send Trent and Tyler at each other but they are able to avoid each other. Seven slams Kyle and Bate slams Strong onto Kyle. Bate with a senton onto both men and then Seven is sent onto Kyle. Strong and O’Reilly go to the floor and then they return to the ring but they are sent to the floor. Bate and Seven with jabs to Strong and Kyle and the fight goes to the floor. Seven and Strong square off while Bate with a European uppercut and he sends Kyle into the apron. Bate with European uppercuts. Seven with chops to Strong.

Kyle kicks Tyler while Trent punches Strong. Strong sends Seven into the ring post and then Strong drops Seven’s injured knee on the ring steps. Strong kicks Seven in the leg and Kyle is tagged in. Kyle with a running knee drop on the injured leg and Kyle with punches. Kyle with a KneeDT and then Strong tags in. Strong kicks Seven and tries to remove the knee brace. Strong with kicks and Strong gets the brace off. Strong stomps on the knee.

Kyle tags back in and Strong with a dragon screw. Kyle drives the knee into the mat. Kyle keeps himself between Trent and his corner. Kyle with palm strikes and then he applies a heel hook. Strong tags in and he kicks the knee. Strong works on the knee. Seven tries to fight out of the hold but the work on the leg has been too much at this point in the match. Seven with kicks to the chest to get Strong to release the hold.

Kyle tags in and he drops down onto the knee. Kyle does it a second time. He goes for a third one but Seven with a rollup for a near fall. Strong tags in and Seven with a kick and Strong is sent to the floor but he grabs Trent’s leg. Trent kicks Strong into the guardrails and then Kyle tries to stop Trent but Kyle is sent to the floor. Strong grabs the leg but Seven kicks him away. Bate is pulled off the apron to prevent Seven from making the tag.

Strong with an Indian Death Lock. Seven with chops to try to get Strong to release the hold. Seven with chops and then he hits a DDT. Kyle tags in and he knocks Bate off the apron with a Yakuza kick. Kyle with a single leg take down and he applies a heel hook. Seven with kicks to Kyle to force him to release the hold. Seven crawls to the corner and he tags in Bate. Bate with a clothesline to Strong and a forearm. Bate with a back body drop. Bate with a running European uppercut. Strong runs into a boot and Bate with an uppercut and then he hits a European uppercut followed by a running shooting star press for a near fall.

Bate with an airplane spin on Bate but Kyle with a sleeper. Bate backs Kyle into the corner. Bate with an exploder to Strong that sends him into Kyle in the corner. Bate with an airplane spin and then he takes Kyle down with a leg sweep. Bate with a giant swing on Kyle while he gives Strong an airplane spin. Bate drops Strong onto Kyle and then Bate with a German suplex for a near fall.

Seven is in the corner having his knee checked out by the medical staff.

Bate goes for the Tyler Driver 97 but he hits a rolling kick on Kyle. Strong with a series of kicks and Bate bounces off the ropes and hits a clothesline. Bate with the Tyler Driver 97 but Kyle breaks up the cover. Bate sees Trent in the corner and Bate tells Trent he has it. Strong sends Bate into the ropes and Strong hits a half nelson back breaker. Kyle tags in and hits a kick to the chest for a near fall.

Kyle with a brainbuster for a near fall. Kyle shows the frustration of not being able to finish off Tyler. Strong tags in and Bate with elbows and punches. Kyle with a kick to the leg but Strong and Kyle collide. Strong with a jumping knee and Tyler falls into the corner. Trent tags in and he punches and chops Strong and O’Reilly. Trent with a Dragon suplex to Kyle followed by a seven star lariat to Strong but Roderick kicks out.

Trent with a torture rack but Strong gets out of the hold. Strong with a clip and then he goes for the Strong Hold but Trent tries to fight through the pain. Bate with a boot to the head. Seven kicks Strong into the corner. Kyle tags in and he goes to the turnbuckles and he hits a knee drop to the injured leg. Kyle with a heel hook and Trent refuses to tap out. Trent is about to make the tag but Kyle pulls Trent into the center of the ring. Trent tries to kick his way out of the hold. Kyle and Trent exchange slaps and Kyle holds on to the heel hook. Trent kicks Kyle to get out of the hold.

Kyle with a double knee bar but Trent refuses to give up. Tyler has a towel and Trent tells him not to throw it in. Tyler thinks about throwing in the towel but he does not. Tyler throws in the towel and the referee calls for the bell.

Winners: Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong (new Champions)

After the match, Undisputed Era celebrates their victory on the stage while Trent’s knee is checked out in the ring.

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The Undisputed Era shows up and Roderick says that if Oney does come back, they will be at the back of the line for the tag team titles. Kyle says they are at the front of the line because they are going to invoke their rematch clause. Adam calls Danny a loser and he tells him to leave.

Danny says that they don’t have their tag title belts and he reminds Kyle he pinned him.

Adam says that they have been cocky ever since he gave Oney a North American Title Match.

Danny suggests that Adam face him next week.

Adam laughs and he accepts the challenge. The Undisputed Era walk away.

NXT U.K. Championship Tournament Night 2 Digitals | NXT U.K. Championship Tournament Night 2 Captures

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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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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NXT North American Champion Adam Cole and NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong explain their loss to WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne and Moustache Mountain in a Six-Man Tag Team Match.

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NXT U.K. Championship Tournament Night 2 Digitals | NXT U.K. Championship Tournament Night 2 Video Captures

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.

NXT Tag Team Champions Undisputed Era give props to Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch for putting up a good fight at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II, but declare this the era of Undisputed.

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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.