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WWE NXT UK results, Nov. 12, 2020: Trent Seven advances to Heritage Cup Final to face A-Kid
Trent Seven secured his spot in the Heritage Cup Final — and a matchup with A-Kid — after a grueling six-round victory over Dave Mastiff. Elsewhere, Rampage Brown dominated Jack Starz in his first NXT UK action, The Hunt looked more vicious than ever with Eddie Dennis by their side for a win over Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan, and Xia Brookside scored a victory against Nina Samuels but was left lying afterward.
The Hunt w/Eddie Dennis def. Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan
Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan looked as though they hadn’t missed a beat, partnering again for the first time since going toe to toe along with Ashton Smith in a Triple Threat Match to qualify for the final spot in the Heritage Cup Tournament. However, The Hunt eventually slowed the match to a more deliberate, punishing pace while demonstrating a seemingly newfound viciousness, perhaps the work of Eddie Dennis, who looked on approvingly as his duo claimed victory following a double diving headbutt.
Rampage Brown def. Jack Starz
Rampage Brown was as advertised in his first NXT UK bout, with Jack Starz the unlucky first opponent to experience what the Leeds native is capable of. Overwhelming Starz with a barrage of bruising strikes and overwhelming power, Brown claimed victory after planting his foe with a massive Samoan Drop and huge powerbomb for a dominant debut victory.
Xia Brookside def. Nina Samuels
Xia Brookside put her high-flying and impressive mat acumen up against Nina Samuels’ strength advantage in an intriguing clash that figures to be pivotal in the NXT UK Women’s Title picture. While Samuels used her power to gain control, she lost her focus with excessive trash talk that seemed only to light a fire in the plucky Brookside. Samuels later appeared to suffer a knee injury after an awkward landing off the top rope, but she was only playing possum. Unfortunately for Samuels, Brookside didn’t take the bait, instead capitalizing with a small package pin.
Samuels had the last laugh, though, hitting a devastating Ushigoroshi on the outside to leave Brookside in a heap.
Trent Seven def. Dave Mastiff to advance to the Heritage Cup Tournament Final
With both Superstars starting in cautious fashion, perhaps wary of making an early mistake, Trent Seven and Dave Mastiff spent much of Round 1 trading low-risk holds, though they took each other out with simultaneous crossbody blocks to end the round. Mastiff clearly got the better of the collision and took control immediately in Round 2, but The Don of NXT UK pulled a fall out of nowhere, grabbing a 1-0 advantage with a clever crucifix pin.
“Bomber” struck a potential knockout blow on even to end Round 3, though Seven willed himself to continue — until he was laid out with a running cannonball and gigantic powerbomb that knotted the tally at 1.
Somehow summoning the will to fight on, Seven managed to hoist the much larger Mastiff above his shoulders to hit a burning hammer in Round 6 to claim victory. After vowing that his name would be the first to be engraved on the Heritage Cup, Seven was met for a respectful handshake by A-Kid, whom he’ll meet in the Final.