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WWE NXT Preview: July 4, 2018

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WWE NXT Preview: July 4, 2018

WWE NXT Preview: July 4, 2018

WWE will broadcast a new episode of its NXT program tonight. The show will be broadcast on WWE Network. Full Sail University will host the second night after NXT Takeover Chicago II.

– Johnny Gargano vs. EC3. Despite the prayers of Johnny Gargano claiming another opportunity against Tomasso Ciampa it seems that the GM of NXT William Regal has advised him that it is better to turn the page and forget the Sicilian psychopath and so he has scheduled tonight a fight against EC3, another of the superstars of the brand that is crying out for an opportunity to fight for the title that Aleister Black has . Who will get away with it tonight?

– Heavy Machinery vs. The Mighty. Heavy Machinery and The Mighty continue with their pluses and minuses and the question is how much longer will Tucker Knight and Otis Dozovic endures without returning the coin to Nick Miller and Shane Thorn? The Mighty took the victory in the last match between the two thanks to an illegal count but the games are over. Will we finally see Heavy Machinery victorious?

– Chris Djak vs. Velveteen Dream. After suffering one of its toughest defeats in NXT Takeover Chicago to Ricochet and again losing in the team match in London where his partner EC3 left him in the ring to his fate, Velveteen must make a clean slate and focus on the competition. Tonight he will face Chris Dijak who has big numbers in the NXT live events during the week but when it comes to television he does not just explode. We’ll see what happens tonight between the two.

– What is next for the Queen of Spades? After having successfully defended her NXT women’s title in London against Tony Storm, champion Shayna Baszler will be in the ring of Full Sail to make clear her intentions after having defeated Nikki Cross and Dakota Kai in previous weeks.

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