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NXT UK results, Dec. 19, 2019: Tyler Bate overcomes Noam Dar before coming face-to-face with Jordan Devlin
On the latest NXT UK, Tyler Bate took down Noam Dar only to come in conflict with The Irish Ace, Amir Jordan reunited with Kenny Williams with a victory over Pretty Deadly, Eddie Dennis attacked Trent Seven, and Jazzy Gabert defied Jinny following The Fashionista’s win over Amale.
Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan def. Pretty Deadly
Returning from injury, Amir Jordan wasted no time rejoining Kenny Williams in tag team action. In the final moments, the reunited tandem scored a victory over Pretty Deadly on the wings of a Swanton Bombay from The Bhangra Bad Boy.
Trent Seven called out Eddie Dennis and paid for it with a microphone attack
Eddie Dennis has recently taken a strong interest in Trent Seven. First, he appeared when The Artful Dodger was greeting the WWE Universe, shaking The Big Strong Boi’s hand and not letting go. Then, before Seven’s match against debuting Michael May, Dennis suddenly emerged to deliver a pre-match assault on May before throwing him into the ring as some sort of offering to Seven.
When Seven called out Dennis to finally get an explanation this week on NXT UK, the intense former Headmaster attacked him with his mic without uttering a single word. He then told Seven that he would see him at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II.
Jinny def. Amale
Furious over being left out of the recently announced NXT UK Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II, Jinny looked to get back on track by using the Makeover to earn a strong victory over Amale.
After the match, Jinny ordered Jazzy Gabert to deliver a post-match attack on her fallen opponent with not one, but two vicious clotheslines. When Jinny ordered her to hit a third, however, Jazzy refused and walked out.
Tyler Bate def. Noam Dar
Although Noam Dar insisted that he is contractually guaranteed an opportunity to compete in every NXT UK TakeOver event, General Manager Johnny Saint and Assistant to the General Manager Sid Scala made it clear that The Scottish Supernova needed to prove his worth against first-ever United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate.
During the hard-fought showdown, Jordan Devlin suddenly emerged on the stage to get a closer look at the action, but when Dar attempted to take advantage of the distraction, Bate kicked out of his pin attempt and finished off his opponent with Tyler Driver ‘97.
After the bell, Jordan rushed to the ring with the intent of attacking Tyler, but when he saw that Bate was ready for him, he stopped short at the last moment. In response, the first-ever United Kingdom Champion challenged The Irish Ace to a match at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II.