NXT UK TV results with Jason Powell’s summary of the Pete Dunne vs. Walter contract signing

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following are the results of the NXT UK television show that aired Wednesday, March 27 on WWE Network.

1. Jordan Devlin defeated Dan Moloney.

2. Rhea Ripley defeated Xia Brookside.

3. Mark Andrews fought Noam Dar to a no-contest.

Pete Dunne and Walter also had a contract signing for their WWE UK Championship match at NXT Takeover: New York. Johnny Saint and Sid Scala presided over the contract signing. Walter declined to speak and simply signed the contract (and I learned that he is left handed). Dunne said it’s not just the fans who want the match, he wants it. Dunne said he is the Bruiserweight and NXT UK belongs to him. Dunne said the WWE UK Championship is and always will be his. Dunne signed the contract. Dunne started to leave when Walter called him back. Walter said he could put Dunne through the contract signing table, but he doesn’t need to do that to prove his point. Walter said Dunne’s time is up and the reign of the Bruiserweight will end. Walter said the title is his. The wrestlers glared at one another to close the show.

Powell’s POV: My apologies for the delayed and stripped down recap of this week’s show. The contract signing segment was well done with good intensity from both men heading into what could be a show stealer at Takeover.

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