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WWE NXT UK results: July 8, 2021

Kenny Williams def. Nathan Frazer

Kenny Williams didn’t hesitate to break the rules to claim a victory against Nathan Frazer, but what else would you expect from someone who proudly calls himself The Scum of the Earth?

Frazer, who has been on the biggest roll of his career with recent wins against Sha Samuels and Sam Gradwell, took control by launching himself head-over-heels above the top rope to wipe out Williams at ringside. Once Frazier appeared to suffer a knee injury, however, Williams meticulously attacked his newfound target.

With Frazer fighting on one bad leg, The Scum of the Earth rammed his opponent shoulder-first into the exposed steel of the turnbuckle and landed Bad Luck to remain unbeaten since turning his back on former tag team partner Amir Jordan in remorseless fashion several months ago.

Mark Andrews def. Lewis Howley to earn an NXT UK Tag Team Championship Match for Subculture

Cliché or not, Mark Andrews knows about as well as anyone that it’s the size of the fight in the dog that counts.

Andrews, who gave up a significant size advantage to NXT UK Tag Team Champion Lewis Howley, came up clutch in a pressure-packed bout, shaking off the pain of being whipped back-first into the ringside barricade and slammed face-first into the ring apron.

When Sam Stoker distracted the referee from counting a potential pinfall, Flash Morgan Webster and Dani Luna hit the scene, and Luna dropped Stoker with a fireman’s carry takeover. Moments later, Andrews went airborne for a picture-perfect Fall to Pieces to earn the win.

And after dismissing title match requests from Andrews and Webster for several weeks, Pretty Deadly now have no choice but to put the gold on the line against the former champions.

Blair Davenport def. Laura Di Matteo

If her ring entrance and mysterious pre-match gaze are any indication, Blair Davenport seems to be one for theatrics.

Carrying herself with what Nigel McGuiness called a “gothic charisma,” the ominous newcomer stormed out of the starting block, felling Laura Di Matteo with a series of quick strikes.

Matteo briefly rallied with a clothesline and a DDT, but Davenport won her debut match when she blasted her foe with a vicious knee to the back of the head and a second to the face. After the bell, Davenport announced her arrival and vowed to conquer “the best Women’s Division on the planet.”

Trent Seven def. Eddie Dennis

Trent Seven has never had any love lost for Eddie Dennis, and when Dennis had the audacity to interrupt The Don’s interview and deride him last week, that was seemingly the final straw for the former NXT Tag Team Champion.

At the toll of the bell, Seven charged The Welsh Dragon and began hammering away on his nemesis with a series of blistering strikes.

Seven attempted a Burning Hammer after a vicious exchange of fists and elbows in the center of the ring, but Dennis wiggled free and blasted his opponent with a superkick, prompting the arrival of Primate and T-Bone. Dennis’ comrades immediately made an impact, placing his foot on the ropes when it appeared Seven had secured the win.

After wiping out T-Bone with a fearless dive through the ropes and taking down Primate with a right hand, Seven laid out Dennis on his second attempt at a Burning Hammer for the 1-2-3.

Immediately after Seven triumphed, he was ambushed by Primate and T-Bone, who began laying the boots to The Don. Moments later, however, Tyler Bate hit the squared circle, and Moustache Mountain cleared the ring and planted Dennis with an assisted powerbomb.

When Primate reentered the ring, he was met by a wicked nunchuck strike to the stomach from Bate, leaving him wheezing for air as NXT UK concluded.