NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong def. Isaiah “Swerve” Scott

Isaiah “Swerve” Scott vs. Roderick Strong: WWE NXT, Oct. 9, 2019

NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong takes on one of NXT’s fastest-rising stars in non-title action.

If The Undisputed ERA has learned anything since fulfilling the golden prophecy last month, it’s that heavy is the head that wears the crown.

NXT’s most dominant group is seeing challengers emerge from all directions for their respective titles. After Roderick Strong defeated Isaiah “Swerve” Scott in a match that seemed to give the NXT North American Champion far more than he bargained for, The Velveteen Dream appeared with a message for Strong — that he plans on recapturing the title in two weeks. 

Dream declared his intentions by embarrassing Strong with some — we’ll call it “creative artistry” — on the video screen at Full Sail Live. But that wasn’t all The Undisputed ERA had to deal with.

Tommaso Ciampa also arrived on the scene to confront NXT Champion Adam Cole for the second straight week, clearing the ring of The Undisputed ERA when he arrived with a steel chair and his patented crutch in tow. Ciampa wasn’t done there, taking out Angel Garza with a vicious strike backstage moments later in a seemingly wrong place, wrong time situation.

The Undisputed ERA may have turned NXT into its own Camelot, but it’s clearly now under siege.   

Tommaso Ciampa & The Velveteen Dream crash The Undisputed ERA’s celebration: WWE NXT, Oct. 9, 2019

The Undisputed ERA look to bask in their recent glory, but their rivals have other plans.

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