All three matches were pretty solid despite the last two having controversial endings.
It seemed like the crowd was locked in cages since WrestleMania and were just released to watch this show.
This week's episode was entertaining from start to finish. Thanks to a fully invested audience that was vocal the ENTIRE time. They had a response for absolutely everything. Be it slap, body slam, or finisher. Nothing went unnoticed.
It was good to see the crowd back into it compared to last week.
This week's episode started off with Mark and Joe Coffey vs. Raul Mendoza and Humberto Carrillo. And I got to say, this was not the show's best outing. There didn't seem to be a lot of people in the crowd either. On top of that, the crowd wasn't that active throughout the show. The opening… Continue reading NXT UK Recap 4/17: A Down Week
This week's episode started with Travis Banks vs. Kassius Ohno. Ohno controlled a lot of this match working on Bank's injured shoulder. It wasn't until the second half of the match when Banks started getting in some offense. Which is when the crowd started to get into the match. Banks got away with the win… Continue reading NXT UK Recap 4/10: Was There A Women’s Championship Makeover?
Joe Coffey worked on Trent Seven's lower back most of the match. Would it eventually catch up with him?