Six-foot-10, 350-pound Babatunde Aiyegbusi used to smash skulls on the football field. Now, the Polish powerhouse is ready to bruise opponents on a new stage, the wrestling ring.03/22/2017 - 14:45
Elias Samson interrupts Kassius Ohno's post-match interview, leading the knockout artist to make a unique challenge to "The Drifter" for next week.03/15/2017 - 21:15
Seeking the title of the WWE Performance Center's best athlete, Montez Ford gets the attention of 2016 Combine winner Riddick Moss with an impressive hurdle jump.03/15/2017 - 11:30
One of WWE's most historic rivalries, Bret "Hit Man" Hart vs. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, comes alive again in the WWE Performance Center, courtesy of Rich Swann and Strength & Conditioning Coach Sean Hayes.03/07/2017 - 11:30
NXT Champion Bobby Roode vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
Roode hasn’t been shy about reminding everyone why he is such a magnificent champion, or all the ways his reign atop NXT has helped elevate the brand to new heights. The titleholder is due for a rude awakening, however, if he thinks he’s in for anything less than a war in his rematch against The King of Strong Style on Saturday, April 1, at TakeOver.
The veteran Roode successfully defended his the NXT Championship by holding off a determined Kassius Ohno in a classic contest on the March 15 edition of NXT. But now he must face Nakamura, who is surely looking for retribution after their last brutal battle. Roode defeated Nakamura in their first clash at TakeOver: San Antonio, not only winning the NXT Title from the Japanese Superstar, but also putting him on the sidelines with a knee injury for more than a month.
Nakamura seems to be at full strength, but will there be any hesitation from The King of Strong Style to get back inside the ring with the champion? Can his knee deliver his devastating Kinshasa en route to his third NXT Title, or will the ruthless Roode do something that few before him have ever done: Beat Nakamura twice? Find out at TakeOver: Orlando on Saturday, April 1, live on WWE Network at 8 ET/5 PT.