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411’s WWE NXT TakeOver: R Evolution Report 12.11.14

December 11, 2014 | Posted by Kevin Pantoja

411’s NXT TakeOver: R Evolution Report 12.11.14

We open the Kickoff Show with a panel of Renee Young, Alex Riley and Jason Albert. Albert stumbles through his intro. They discuss the NXT Championship match with Riley ragging on Sami Zayn. A video package airs about Hideo Itami and Finn Balor. A clip of a Sami Zayn interview plays, where he says that he wants to win the NXT Title before moving to Raw or onto anything else.

A Corey Graves vignette airs as a girl in the background loses her mind. Graves joins the panel and announces that he is forced to retire for his health. You can tell that it hurts him to say that. He will be sticking around as an announcer on NXT. He’ll be commentating tonight and will do so during Kevin Owens’ match. So I guess he will be wrestling in his debut, unlike Itami at the last TakeOver. Renee Young announces that he will open the show!

A fantastic Vaudevillains video package airs. WWE’s phenomenal production team is at it again. Rich Brennan conducts an interview with the Lucha Dragons outside ni the midst of the rabid NXT Universe. Next, a video package promoting the NXT Women’s Championship match plays in which Sasha calls Charlotte “generically basic.” Footage of an interview that Riley had with Sasha earlier is shown. Sasha gets interrupted by Bayley, who totally sucks up to Charlotte. Becky Lynch, in new attire, attacks Bayley from behind. We close out the Pre-Show with various highlights of Sami Zayn just coming up short in big matches and predictions. Riley picks Neville, while Albert and Graves choose Zayn.

The Kevin Owens vignette seems to start the show, but it translates to a montage of NXT talent saying they TakeOver tonight..

CJ Parker vs. Kevin Owens

The crowd is pumped for Owens. he charges and takes out Parker in the corner. He hits a big cannonball and this place is jacked. He breaks Parker’s sign over his knee and then does a huge front flip onto Parker outside! Owens exclaims, “ITS JUST THE BEGINNING!” Inside, Owens eats a jumping kick from Parker. Parker uses stomps and a headbutt while “Owen’s gonna kill you” chants ring out. Parker misses a senton but palm strikes Owens and gets a close near fall. He hits double knees in the corner but gets turned inside out with a lariat. Owens is gushing from the eye. Suplex into a neckbreaker looked sick. I forgot the indy name for it. Popup powerbomb ends this.

Winner: Kevin Owens in 3:13

We go to an interview that Michael Cole held with Adrian Neville. The crowd boos at the mere sight of this. A Lucha Dragons video package airs.

NXT Tag Team Championship: The Lucha Dragons (c) vs. The Vaudevillains

Great new gold attire for the champs. Simon Gotch and Sin Cara start, to “Gotch is manly” chants. Cara springboards at Gotch with a body press and moonsault. Aiden English comes in, purely to allow Cara to take them down together. Odd. Kalisto gets the tag and they work a double team wheelbarrow senton. The crowd seems to be behind the Vaudevillains as Cara gets a near fall. English is knocked out and he pulls Cara out hard. Maybe I missed the tag but he is now legal. The Vaudevillains work a manly double team, clubbing Cara. English sends him to the corner and goes for a rollup, but sends him outside instead. He also gets in a cheap shot by pulling Kalisto from the apron. Cara tries a roll through for the tag but is stopped by Gotch, who hits a back suplex for two. Tag formula is being worked and it’s going well. They put Cara on the top and he’s able to escape and tag Kalisto. He comes in with a springboard cross body, corkswcrew and kick. He rolls through and kicks Gotch. English gets knocked outside with Gotch, so the Dragons hit stereo dives outside. English sacrifices himself and he moves Gotch out of harm’s way. A “chivalry” chants breaks out. Gotch brings Kalisto in, but falls victim to his finisher.

Winners and Still NXT Tag Team Champions: The Lucha Dragons in 6:39

Baron Corbin vs. Tye Dillinger

For those who don’t know, Tye Dillinger is the Stan that Shawn MIchaels superkicked backstage at a PPV some years ago. The fans count the match time and we get a lock up and some actual offense for Tye. It doesn’t last long as he gets hit with Snake Eyes and a big boot. Bull Dempsey is outside watching as Baron hits the End of Days to wrap this up.

Winner: Baron Corbin in 0:39

Baron Corbin goes gace to face with Bull Dempsey and they’re building it like some shit is going to go down soon. I’m still not sold on Bull. Sami Zayn is shown mentally preparing for the biggest match of his career. Enzo Amore and Big Cass say hi to him before he looks across the locker room and stares at his best friend, Kevin Owens.

The Ascension vs. Finn Balor and Hideo Itami

New intro for Balor as he had a heartbeat and some red lights before he started. HE’S ROCKING THE BODY PAINT! The Ascension have no clue how to react and the fans are bowing to Balor. A fist fight occurs before the bell and we get the duel corner dropkicks from Balor and Itami. A “marking out” chant starts. The match starts and Itami takes down Viktor before tagging Finn. He hits a huge running chop for two. Konnor gets a tag and gets kicked by Balor. Itami is tagged and lights up Konnor with chops and kicks but he gets flapjacked. The Ascension weather the storm and seem to be in some control now. They hit a double shoulder block for a near fall. Itami uses a timely kick to nearly make the hot tag but Viktor knocks Balor off the apron. They continue to have Itami play the face in peril for a bit. Viktor gains a near fall with a fist drop before applying a rear chinlock. Itami breaks it with a well placed kick but is still in trouble as Konnor splashes him in the corner for two. Some fans try to chant for “KENTA” but get booed and a “Hideo” chant begins. He gets ridiculously close to a tag but is again stopped. Itami gets an opening when Viktor ends up in the corner and Konnor goes outside, but Konnor trips up Balor, leaving Itami in bad hands. He does hits a vicious kick and crawls over, finally making the MOLTEN HOT TAG. Balor fires away and dropkicks Konnor off of Viktor. He then hits an enziguri on Viktor, sending him outside and connects with a diving front flip out there. He rolls Viktor in for the double stomp, but Konnor tries to stop him. He kicks him down but misses the stomp. They bot get to their feet and he plants him with a reverse brainbuster. Konnor breaks the count and is taken out by Itami. Finn misses a spin kick and gets uppercut, followed by an STO. Itami breaks the pin and goes for the GTS, bringing the crowd to their feet but Konnor stops that. The Ascension go for Total AnniYAHlation but Itami pulls Konnor out. Pele kick from Balor, running knee from Itami and they both go up top. Balor and Itami hit double diving foot stomp,s which is enough.

Winners: Finn Balor and Hideo Itami in 11:40

Renee Young interviews Roman Reigns backstage. The fuck he doing here? He doesn’t get the best response from the fans. Charlotte is getting ready and Ric Flair is here. And she’s not using the Flair name?

NXT Women’s Championship: Charlotte (c) vs. Sasha Banks

Sasha is wearing a version of Charlotte’s shirt, but it says “Do it like a Boss” instead of “Do it with Flair.” She throws the shirt at Charlotte’s face and Corey Graves is behind Sasha, so I love him. Charlotte goes Stone Cold with a Lou Thez Press, but the challenger fights back with chops in the corner. She “woos” at Charlotte who responds with her own because it’s in her blood. Sasha blocks one, so she gets kicked. The fight goes outside and Charlotte is thrown into the steel steps. Inside, Sasha gets a near fall. Banks uses a boot choke in the corner and some shoulder thrusts. She lays Charlotte across the second rope in the corner and delivers a springboard double knee drop. A “Sasha” chant starts as she gets two. Sasha mocks Ric Flair with a strut, but her slaps gets countered into a rollup for two.Sasha nearly gets a flying head scissors but instead holds on and hits the Backstabber. Her attempt at the Bank Statement seems to get stopped, so she goes with another submission instead. Charlotte gets out but Sasha pulls hair to slam her down for another near fall. Banks goes to a figure four headlock and steals the ALEX SHELLEY SKULLFUCK from Charlotte! Charlotte breaks out with the electric chair drop. Both girls are down until eight and when they get up, it’s Charlotte time. She does have her suplex reversed, but reverses that into a neckbreaker for two. Sasha connects with a suicide dive after Charlotte goes outside. NXT! NXT! NXT! She rolls her inside and covers for two again. They begin to trade blows in the middle of the ring and the crowd is now behind Sasha. Charlotte rebounds off the ropes with a Spear that Sasha sells well. She charges into the corner but eats a boot. Sasha hits a drop toe hold into the turnbuckle. She goes for the Bank Statement but it’s blocked. Charlotte tries the Figure Four, but Sasha pulls her into a small package for two. Sasha gets two again with a necbreaker. She goes old school heel and tries more quick pins before getting emotional and throwing a tantrum. They get up and Charlotte hits a body slam suplex or something. Charlotte climb sup and misses her moonsault but lands on her feet and hits a front flip but Sasha gets her feet on the ropes to break the pin. Charlotte hets her up for a Razor’s Edge but it’s counters. Sasha again forces Charlotte face first into the turnbuckle. She tries a sueprplex but Charlotte counters with a front suplex from the top. Charlotte is on top and hits a super Natural Selection to end it.

Winner and Still NXT Women’s Champion: Charlotte in 12;10

NXT Championship: Adrian Neville (c) vs. Sami Zayn

The pop for Sami Zayn is absurd. I don’t think there’s a single person pulling for Adrian Neville. There is a big fight feel for sure. Tie up leads to a feeling out process that ends with a bit of a standoff. Commentary builds the fact that the former friends don’t even train in the same gym anymore. Neville seems to want to ground Zayn and silence the crowd. Zayn rolls free but Neville front flips free to one up Sami. Neville runs into a tilt-a-whirl back breaker for our first big move. Sami follows with a springboard moonsault outside. Inside, Sai hits a big kick for a one count. Sami gets him in another pin attempt but can’t get the three. Neville hits a clothesline and gets two. A snapemare followed by a dropkick gets Neville two again. He connects with a huge uppercut for two again. Lots of early near falls. Neville pulls a Randy Orton with a knee drop for two. He continues to wear down Sami, but the crowd helps him rally. It only leads to him getting dropkicked for two. Neville has done his best to take the crowd out of it. Neville kicks him about seven times in teh face but runs into a big clothesline. Another from Sami and the crowd is coming alive. Sami charges and hits a pop up dropkick before going for a dive outside. Neville runs in and meets him with a hurricanrana. He goes for a dive, but Sami stops him and ends up hitting his front flip out there! Inside, Sami comes off the top with a cross body for two. Neville leaps onto Sami’s shoulders, but Sami spins him out into a huge Blue Thunder Bomb for a close two. Jawbreaker from Neville, followed by a running uppercut. He hits another big kick and then a rebound German for a near fall. The champion goes for a piledriver, but it’s countered. Sami tries a springbody but it’s blocked and Neville hits a SICK sitout powerbomb for two. Neville strikes Sami, who is out on his feet, but he fires up and they go head to head. They trade blows, with Neville hitting his series of kicks. Sami dodges one and turns him inside out with a clothesline. He misses the Helluva Kick and eats a kick. Neville sets up for the Red Arrow to “No” chants. He leaps but Sami gets his knees up and applies the Koji Clutch! Adrian reaches the ropes with his foot though. Zayn has his corner exploder countered into a pin but kicks out. On the kick out, the referee gets nailed. Sami goes to check on the referee, drawing “Nos” from teh fans. He eats a superkick and a reverse hurricanrana for his troubles but kicks out! They get to their feet and Sami strikes Neville. He retaliates with one of his own but misses a kick. Sami hits two Germans and a half nelson suplex! He runs in for the Helluva Kick but Neville goes outside. Sami greets him with his INCREDIBLE DDT through the ropes! He rolls Neville inside and goes for the Helluva Kick again, but Neville pulls the referee in the way. Sami wastes time with the ref, so Neville brings in the title. Before he can use it, Sami hits him with a big boot and is torn on using the belt. The fans chant “no” as he picks it up. He decides against it, so Neville rolls him up for a very close two. He connects with the exploder in the coner and the Helluva Kick finally. He covers for the three!

Winner and New NXT Champion: Sami Zayn in 23:16

As Sami Zayn celebrates, the NXT locker room comes to celebrate. Kevin Owens runs out ahead of everyone and hugs him, with his NOSE BLEEDING AGAIN! The faces congratulate him and I think I even see Solomon Crowe. Adrian Neville is sitting in the corner for the confetti celebration and Sami gets lifted like Bret Hart at WrestleMania X. The fact that I see El Generico and Kevin Steen hugging in a WWE ring is a beautiful thing. Neville is up and comes face to face with Sami. Sami puts the belt down and offers a handshake. Adrian kicks it away and hugs him before leaving Sami to his moment. Sami’s celebration continues until he goes to leave with his best friend. Kevin Owens takes him out and then powerbombs him onto the apron! OH.MY.GOD.

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  • sdelg210

    Its hard to imagine this is still the wwe. The same company responsible for the last two raws.

    • Bleh

      So, I’m wondering who’s in charge (like really) in charge of NXT.

      I feel like this is HHH’s baby without Vince’s fingerprints. Not saying HHH is good or anything but Vince may be the problem on the main show. Certainly sounds like it sometimes with a lot of the bad ideas usually accredited to Vince.

      • Cbear

        Not only Vince, but the entire WWE “creative staff” haven’t been able to get their sticky fingers on the NXT product.

        I don’t mean to say that McMahon is responsible for everything bad in the WWE. However it is refreshing to watch how good a product can be with “wrestling people” running the show.

        • J. Frizz

          Exactly. Wrestling people – HHH, Regal, DeMott, et al – run NXT. A crack writing staff runs the weekly shows. And therein lies your major difference.

          • J_Parx

            It’s funny what happens when you involve Dusty Rhodes in the booking of a wrestling show. It’s almost as though he’s a great professional wrestling booker. Who would have thought?

          • Doc

            25 years ago, people would have said that comment was insane considering the way Dusty was booking.

        • JestersTear

          It shows that Vince and WWE “creative” aren’t having much if anything to do with NXT simply because we’re going straight into Steen (Owens) vs Generico (Zayn). We all know they can put on a great match. Their feud in RoH was legendary. However, WWE likes to ignore things like that. We’re not even supposed to remember that two guys that are friends now absolutely hated each other a few weeks ago, much less their interactions on the indies scene.

        • Remember they switched the head writers for Smackdown and NXT back in September, and there have been a few moments where you can see main roster stink on the product, not least the build for Charlotte/Sasha.

  • Naitch

    Incredible! Why am I not watching this every week?

    • Fan since 97

      You should be.

    • Doc

      I don’t know. It’s the one wrestling program that can be relied on to usually deliver a good show. At the very least a competently booked show. You really should. 1 good hour of wrestling is so much better than three mediocre to awful hours of it.

  • Real Talk

    As much as I enjoyed Balor’s entrance it seemed to drag on. Cool visual though.

    • J. Frizz

      That was the coolest fucking intro I’ve seen in God knows how long.

    • Rocky4228

      I felt bad for Itami with all the attention going to Balor.

      • MarkH

        It could be a slow build into a feud between the two, which won’t be a bad thing.

        • Rocky4228

          They are going to need more main event level heels son. With Neville seeming to go back to being a full face they’re basically left with Owens and Breeze.

          • Don

            Is Breeze still a heel? Cause I saw him in the ring celebrating with Zayn after his win.

          • Ice Dagger

            Well he had something of a begrudging look on his face.

            Plus he IS technically the rightful #1 Contender…

      • Fan since 97

        Yeah he was over shadowed big time.

    • Fan since 97

      Wow ppl don’t like anything these days.His entrance was Awasome.

      • Real Talk

        I liked his entrance, I thought it was a very cool visual. I just think it went a tad long and I don’t know how well it would it translate on raw. I could see him using that at PPV’s but not in everyday matches.

    • The thing is that, while it seems to drag on in NXT, it’s about the right length for the main roster – because the entrance ramp for Raw/SD is twice as long as it is on NXT, which means an entrance that looks great on NXT won’t look the same on the main roster.

      The best example of this is Adam Rose: on NXT he would do his trust fall right after the line “We will break away” – but on Raw, he’s not even reached ringside by that point.

  • RipStamps

    This show is why I’m a wrestling fan.

  • Joshua Vrooman

    It’s too bad wwe doesn’t air occasionally a best of NXT on USA or NBC or SyFy because the matches they could highlight would bring viewers to the network. I’m not a regular to NXT. After tonight I will be. Best show I have seen this year. Wow.

    • David

      NXT has put on great 2 hour specials this year. The weekly shows are also really good with at least 1 good match and an easy watch through.

      I haven’t been able to watch a full 2 hour SD in over two years, but can’t get enough of NXT. Its the best WWE show out there.

    • Jeremy Ethridge

      They should use RAW to Sell the network better. They could do a NXT recap match of the week and a WWE Network throwback match of the week where they pick an old match on that is on the network and show it on raw. That would give us 30 minutes of something more interesting.

  • whoiskho

    This was an good show. Kudos to everyone involved.

  • David

    NXT is the best WWE show put out. It just has a different feel compared to RAW and SD. Everyone on the NXT roster has a character and are different, you just feel invested in each of them.

    Awesome show tonight! Love these 2 hour specials.

  • Joe

    Raw and Smackdown are sports entertainment shows. NXT is a wrestling show.

    I’ll go ahead and say it: Neville vs Zayn is the best main event in WWE programming for the last year. Well booked, no shenanigans, just wrestling.

    And not only that, they also leave you wanting for more. Zayn vs Owens might top this match, if that’s even believable.

  • Glen Benbow

    The crowd got it right, “This is wrestling”. That’s why im a pro wrestling fans. Kudos to all the superstars. Sasha really impressed me and Sami deserved the title, I could see Neville and Zayn in a Wrestlemania main event!

    Why is NXT better than RAW or Smackdown? My opinion I think it has to with being on TV. And I’m sure the writing staff is probably geared more towards those PG kids. I can appreciate NXT beeping out Zayn while he was saying mother fucker and fuck, but I doubt he would get away with that were he on RAW, which is sad. You can tell wrestling is different on both shows. Plus, you can’t go wrong with Regal as your GM.

    • Ice Dagger

      There are kids in the Full Sail crowd too.

      Though you are correct in that the target demographic is the issue: NXT is booked to entertain wrestling fans.

      WWE is written to entertain Vince.

  • oppyu

    Everything about the PPV was great, but one part I really enjoy about NXT is the audience. Smarky, but polite enough to shut down anyone who wants to get all “hurr durr I still call him KENTA why does WWE change names”.

    • Fan since 97

      I loved when that happened.

    • Erh

      Even better when they boo the CM Punk chants.

    • DarrenDx3

      The pop that KENTA/Hideo got for teasing the GTS (I know, it was his move first) was crazy. He should do that every match and never actually hit it until maybe he’s fighting for the title or something.

      • Ice Dagger

        I’m kinda hoping he uses the Ura G2S instead.

  • Gary Sparrow

    Alough I appreciate nxt the match times are very short. Either give guys more time to wrestle by having less segments or less matches per show or both less matches and segments

    • Fan since 97

      The Main events got plenty if time.

      • Gary Sparrow

        The whole idea that it is a special means every match should be a main event match. Instead of cramming 6-7 matches on a card 4 quality ones. Save glorified squashes and angles and backstage interviews for your regular weekly show and give me more wrestling. Kevin Owens match was a glorified squash match big yawn do that on nxt not a “ppv” and TV Dillinger match was a squash match not something for ppv. Tag matches just get going and then they are over. divas match was good but could of been great given another 8 minutes and I shall hopefully see the main event when I get home but hopefully some actual wrestling and psychology not just flippity flipping from bah wrestling not the same anymore

        • Fan since 97

          I loved it but respect your opinon.

        • Ice Dagger

          Owens was a perfectly serviceable debut.

          Find it a bit rich that somebody calling themselves an ECW fan has a problem with PPV squashes.

    • Ice Dagger

      When was the last time the WWE Divas Title got over 10 minutes?

  • CS 22

    Owens you bastard! 😛

    See, this is why they should have done a better job of promoting Takeover on Monday’s Raw. Shows like this are bound to get new viewers hooked.

    The brand is in a really great state right now. Zayn finally got what he deserved and he has a new arch nemesis. With the Ascension getting called up, it will be interesting to see what the likes of Itami and Balor will be up to. Likewise for Neville.

    • Billy

      Highly doubt they’re gonna be like “Hey! Watch a better show that isn’t on TV!”

      Remember when Smackdown was better because Heyman was running it and Vince didn’t like it? (according to Heyman’s podcast)

    • AJP

      Really! I’m a DVR guy and it’s rare for me to watch ANY wrestling show without skipping around, and last night’s show had me hooked for the whole thing. I know it’s supposed to be developmental, but that show is too good for the level of exposure it’s getting. For the next special, they might benefit from putting it out for free on youtube or something like that, and just hyping the hell out of it to build a following. If they play it right, NXT might be one of the hooks they can use to really draw people into the Network.

      • Fan since 97

        Why give it aways free when it’s only 9.99 to see it?

        • AJP

          Publicity. It’s one thing tell people about NXT, and but it’s another to thing to put actual eyeballs on the product. Draw them in with a free blow away show, then tell them there’s more where that came from, but the Network is the only place you can see it. It wouldn’t kill them, and it may draw in people who wanna see a high quality wrestling show as opposed to mid card matches, Raw recaps and old stuff from the 80’s and 90’s.

        • Ice Dagger

          Because a lot of people had been watching it for free for almost 2 years prior to The WWE Network? 😉

          • Fan since 97

            Well now it’s well worth the 9.99 price tag IMO.

  • Darren Runne

    I’m so glad Kevin Owens turned on Sami Zayn. Twice before wasn’t enough. Let’s rehash.

    • Ice Dagger

      Somebody’s campaigning early for the “Worst Commenter of 2015” Raggsy…

      • Darren Runne

        Yeah. That damn StrawberrySwing.

        • $47546490

          Dagger posted that before I commented, how does that work?

          Also: Who are you? I don’t we’ve interacted before this.

          • Ice Dagger

            You can tell you’ve “made it” on here once people who you have no knowledge of talk about you like they know ya. 😉

        • Ice Dagger

          Strawbz is a Saint!

      • Eric Dodson

        I sometimes miss Randy Rangsdale, the feud between him and AG Awesome was spectacular

    • Maravilloso

      How many people outside of the IWC have seen it?

    • $47546490

      I’ve had ice cream twice. Therefore, I never want to have it again.

      • Darren Runne

        Oh good. I was hoping for an irrelevant ice cream comparison. I was growing tired of apples to oranges.

        • $47546490

          I’ve had two apples in my lifetime too. Never again.

          Only the one orange though. I’m saving the second one, knowing that I cannot sample it again thereafter….

          • Ice Dagger

            But have you played Apples to Apples before?

            (This is important.)

    • Fan since 97

      I never seen their feud so it was new to me.Thanks for coming.

      • Darren Runne

        thanks for being a member of the wwe uninerds . vince loves you.

        • Ice Dagger

          Consider my vote for the “Worst Commenter of 2015” Raggsy to be ALL yours.

    • Doc

      So what’s wrong with people who haven’t seen it before see it? I could take something good as many times as it was offered.

  • JS Bragg

    I would love to see Zahn and Owens have their big blow off match at Wrestlemania. Let NXT have a big match or two at Mania and let Zahn and Owens tear it down there for the NXT title.

    • Eric Dodson

      it’s wrestlemania it should be all title matches with a couple blood feuds, have the World title, IC, US, Tag, Diva’s, nXt, nXt woman, and nXt Tag titles all up for grabs at WrestleMania

      • JS Bragg

        Agree. Wrestlemania is the end of the year and should be for NXT also. And EVERY title should be on the line every year.

        • Eric Dodson

          When they had like 20 titles, every match should have been for a title, there is no reason why the IC or US champion should be in any multi-man match unless it’s for the title, hell at WrestleMania 20 the Cruiserweight title was defended in a gauntlet match and it made the title seem important. I love how important it was to Ziggler to win the IC title last night he fought for it like his life was on the line, that’s what people need to do now that the World Heavyweight title is no longer there. Jack Swagger seemed like it was no big deal that he was going for the US title, it’s basically just a heat magnet for Rusev, when he’s already a heat magnet without the title.

    • doctorburningfire

      *Zayn

  • Guy Incognito

    Charlotte winning made no sense.

  • Kudos to the guy in the front row trolling Rovert all night.

  • Doc

    I seriously want to know who the booker for NXT is. Did HHH book this show or is his role to essentially act like the promoter? Did Dusty book it? Did Steve Keirn? It’s like I’m watching two different promotions. One that competently builds angles, new stars, title programs, has compelling television… And the other is WWE.

    • Ice Dagger

      Dusty is head booker.

      Kinda hard to believe that one man born in 1945 can be so in-tune with a modern audience, while the other is still preoccupied with 19, 19, 1985…

  • richardshort2001

    When Reigns says he’s going to be the first NXT alumnus to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title, isn’t he forgetting someone? Please state your answer in one three-letter word repeated thrice.

    • koberulz

      Had the same thought at the time.

    • Ice Dagger

      I think he means Full Sail.