Velveteen Dream got off to a fast start, claiming an early advantage in his NXT North American Championship defense against Roderick Strong.
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Strong controlled much of the action after gaining the upper hand. He focused on attacking Dream's back, making his signature offense more effective.
The Undisputed ERA made their way to the ring late in the match and almost immediately made their presence felt.
An Undisputed ERA-aided distraction allowed Strong to connect with The End of Heartache, but it wasn't enough to put Dream away.
Velveteen Dream managed to hit The Dream Valley Driver, but an inadvertent collision with the referee moments earlier meant no one was available to count Strong's shoulders to the mat.
Kyle O'Reilly distracted the official, allowing NXT Champion Adam Cole an opening to nail Dream with a superkick.
The superkick stunned Dream, setting him up for another End of Heartache.
That was too much for Dream to overcome, and Strong was crowned new NXT North American Champion moments later.
Strong's victory fulfilled The Undisputed ERA's championship prophecy, putting all of NXT's men's titles in the formidable group's possession.