Noam Dar def. Travis Banks, Flash Morgan Webster and Mark Andrews in a WWE U.K. Title No. 1 Contender’s Fatal 4-Way Match
Competing for the first time since tearing his meniscus six months ago, Noam Dar made a dramatic return to the ring, but he also made up for lost time, jumping to the front of the line of WWE U.K. Championship contenders.
Introduced by NXT UK General Manager Johnny Saint as a last-minute addition to a previously scheduled No. 1 Contender’s Triple Threat Match with Wales’ Mark Andrews, Flash Morgan Webster and New Zealand’s Travis Banks, The Scottish Supernova proved that he hadn’t lost a step.
The breathtaking action never let up from the opening bell; if Andrews or Morgan wasn’t soaring through the air with reckless abandon, The Kiwi Buzzsaw was trying to take someone’s head off with a kick, or Dar was exploiting an opponent’s weakness.
Such was the case when Banks avoided a Shooting Star Press by Andrews late in the match. Dar wisely pulled Banks’ injured arm – which was taped up due to damage done the night before – over the ropes, then cracked him with a head kick for the win.
As Dar celebrated up the aisle, Joe Coffey, who jumped Banks after their tournament match on Night One, hit the ring alongside his brother, Mark Coffey. They laid waste to both Banks and Andrews, and then stood in the ring, arms crossed, while Dar made sure to keep a safe distance.