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WWE NXT February 14, 2018 Preview


WWE NXT February 14, 2018 Preview

WWE NXT February 14, 2018 Preview

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WWE will broadcast today, February 14, 2018, a new episode of NXT through its WWE Network platform.

-If Shayna Baszler thought that her dominant performance against Ember Moon in the past NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia, will dissuade the Women’s champion from coming back for more, then underestimated NXT’s “Goddess of War”.

Moon not only has not regressed before Baszler but she herself has been the one who has put the day and time for the celebration of the rematch for the women’s NXT championship tonight in WWE NXT.

The champion challenged Baszler last week by using her Twitter account responding to the comments that “The Queen of Spades” made in the February 7 issue of NXT. Baszler who almost completely destroyed Moon’s left arm in Philadelphia even if she lost the fight on three counts after a roll-up, said that Moon was afraid to face her again, and above all, with the NXT women’s title in play.

-It may be a historic night at NXT, when Roderick Strong faces Pete Dunne for the WWE UK title on WWE NXT, since “The Backbreaker Messiah” won the right to fight against the “BruiserWeight”, after beating former UK champion Tyler Bate in an exciting showdown. If Strong defeats Dunne he will be the first WWE UK champion, who is not of British descent.

Strong one of the favorite figures of the NXT Universe has defeated some of the leading exponents of the NXT thanks to his great skills in the ring. Despite this, Dunne did not show any hint of fear as he and Strong crossed paths in the NXT locker moments after the fight for being the number one challenger.

Can Roderick Strong who is coming off a big win in the first round of the WWE Cruiserweight title tournament, become the first American to win the UK title? Or will it be the BruiserWeight, who gets another successful defense?

– Aleister Black has proven to be unstoppable in one-on-one combat at NXT. The last conquest of the “The Dutch Destroyer” was in NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia, where he defeated the leader of “The Undisputed Era” Adam Cole in a great fight in true Extreme Rules style. With another triumph to his credit, what is next for Black?


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