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Joe Coffey vs. Tyler Bate ended in a No Contest

Joe Coffey vs. Tyler Bate: NXT UK, Nov. 28, 2018

Just weeks after The Coffey Brothers and Wolfgang unleashed a backstage assault on Moustache Mountain, Tyler Bate is named as Joe Coffey's surprise replacement opponent.

After tasting weeks of defeat, Sid Scala went to NXT UK General Manager Johnny Saint for an opportunity and walked out of the GM’s office with a future match against Joe Coffey. However, still not medically cleared this week, Scala instead emerged to introduce Coffey’s replacement opponent, Tyler Bate – just weeks after The Coffey Brothers and Wolfgang attacked Moustache Mountain backstage.

Though Bate’s explosive office proved effective against Coffey early on, the distraction by emerging Mark Coffey and Wolfgang allowed the Iron King to take change with a brutal offense. The former U.K. Champion manage to regain momentum, but another distraction by Mark quickly brought the advantage back to his brother.

This continued interference soon brought Trent Seven to the ringside to rally his partner, and Bate would do just that, disorienting Joe with an airplane spin and wheel kick combination.

But, when Bate attempted his Tyler Driver 97 finishing maneuver, Mark Coffey and Wolfgang charged the ring, with Bate’s equalizer Trent Seven leaping in seconds later. As the bell rang and all hell broke loose, the numbers quickly started to work against Moustache Mountain. That was until WWE U.K. Champion Pete Dunne charged the squared circle and allowed British Strong Style to clear the ring.


Ligero def. Dan Moloney

WWE NXT UK: Nov. 28, 2018 - Episode 2

Bouncing back from a tough loss to Jordan Devlin several episodes ago, Ligero took on Dan Moloney. Though Moloney would demonstrate immense power and aggression throughout, the Leeds Luchadore took advantage of his opponent’s missed leg drop from the ropes to hit a beautiful summersault senton over the ropes and onto the ringside floor before finishing off his opponent with the springboard DDT.    


Zack Gibson & James Drake def. Amir Jordan & Kenny Williams

Zack Gibson & James Drake vs. Amir Jordan & Kenny Williams: NXT UK, Nov. 28, 2018

With an eye on the forthcoming NXT UK Tag Team Titles, Amir Jordan & Kenny Williams team up for the second time on NXT UK against dangerous running mates Zack Gibson & James Drake.

Amidst promise of the coming NXT UK Tag Team Titles, Amir Jordan & Kenny Williams teamed up for the second time on NXT UK against running mates Zack Gibson & James Drake.

Despite demonstrating both explosiveness and resilience in a very tough combination, in the end, The Bhangra Bad Boy and the Lucky-In fell short when Williams was treated to Ticket-To-Ride, a maneuver that gave Gibson & Drake the big win.

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Rhea Ripley def. Toni Storm to become the first-ever NXT UK Women’s Champion

Toni Storm vs. Rhea Ripley - NXT UK Women's Championship Tournament Finals: NXT UK, Nov. 28, 2018

After battling their way through the tough NXT UK Women's Championship Tournament, Toni Storm and Rhea Ripley go to war to determine the first-ever NXT Women's Champion.

After fighting their way through two hard-fought matches a piece in the NXT UK Women’s Championship Tournament, Toni Storm and Rhea Ripley squared off in the Finals to crown the first-ever NXT Women’s Champion. 

Though Storm started the contest out with an aggressive attack on Ripley that quickly moved outside the ring, the momentum changed in a hurry when she missed her mark and went changing into the ring barricade. Then, in a key moment, Ripley countered her opponent’s attack on the ring apron with a brutal backdrop that sent Storm crashing onto the ring apron, spine-first. Even though her back was clearly in pain, the rocking competitor heroically shook off the referee’s inquiries on whether she could continue and barely beat the 10-count back into the ring. However, the damage had been done.

Witness the post-show celebration of new NXT UK Women's Champion Rhea Ripley: WWE.com Exclusive, Nov. 28, 2018

Moments after NXT UK ended on WWE Network, take part in the post-show celebration, as the first-ever NXT UK Women's Champion Rhea Ripley is greeted by COO Triple H, General Manager Johnny Saint and her fellow NXT UK Superstars.

Ripley refused to relent, and though the resilient Storm fought back, The Mosh Pit Kid was able to unleash an absolutely punishing assault, specifically targeting her opponent’s injured back with ruthless aggression which included locking in her modified Cloverleaf that utilized the arms. Ignoring the pain, Storm delivered three snap German suplexes, before miraculously bridging with her injured back to pick up the near fall.

Ripley fired back, catching Storm with a major dropkick as her opponent was coming off the ropes. Though Storm was able to evade her opponent and sent her charging into the rope post, her Storm Zero attempt was stalled when Ripley countered and tossed her over the top rope and crashing to the ringside floor, adding still more punishment to her lower back.

In the height of the action, the determined Storm thwarted Ripley’s Riptide attempt and looked to finally hit the Storm Zero. But, in a heartbreaking moment, her injured back prevented her from executing her finishing maneuver and opened the door for Ripley to hit the Riptide for the three-count. Rhea Ripley is the first-ever NXT UK Women’s Champion!

And with the NXT UK locker room looking on, Ripley showed uncharacteristic respect to Storm before accepting the NXT UK Women’s Championship from COO Triple H and General Manager Johnny Saint.