Ricochet, Velveteen Dream signal a game of one-upmanship is afoot
ORLANDO, Fla. — By pulling off show-stealing moves that most Superstars can only dream of, NXT newcomer Ricochet has made a strong case for being called “The One and Only.” Velveteen Dream, however, believes two can play that game.
Dream interrupted Ricochet as the newcomer spoke about setting his sights on the NXT Title. Objecting to all the attention that’s been paid to Ricochet, Velveteen Dream told the high-flyer to “flip … and flop” his way to the back of line behind Dream. The war of words escalated, with Ricochet saying he’d not only run circles around Dream, but also steal the show in NXT along with Dream’s spotlight.
Velveteen Dream replied that he can do anything Ricochet does, only better, and The One and Only offered him the chance to prove it. Dream began to make his move, but realizing that Ricochet was ready for it, he quickly changed his mind and slid out of the ring, denying the NXT Universe a showdown that they were all too ready to witness.