Bryan Danielson Got In Between William Regal and Jon Moxley
We still don't know if Regal and MJF will be officially aligned going forward or not (we won't find out until next week when MJF returns), but the idea of Regal being a heel again is extremely exciting to someone like me who grew up on him as the general manager of WWE Raw. It wasn't long before he was interrupted by Moxley's music, and Moxley likely would have gone after him had it not been for Danielson. I have no idea where any of this is going, but color me intrigued.
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Toxic Attraction Attacked NXT Women's Tag Team Champions Katana Chance and Kayden Carter
Mandy Rose revealed here that the winner of the women's Iron Survivor Challenge match at NXT Deadline will eventually challenge for the NXT Women's Championship, so it sounds like she won't be defending the title on that show. This segment also saw Chance and Carter rekindle their rivalry with Jacy Jane and Gigi Dolin, which was inevitable since NXT has so few female teams. This was a fine way to kick off the show but nothing special.
The Brawling Brutes (Sheamus, Ridge Holland and Butch) def. The Judgment Day (Finn Balor, Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio)
Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre and Brawling Brutes opened the show discussing coming together to take on The Bloodline in WarGames and they successfully got the crowd hyped up. Hell, even I'm more hyped for Survivor Series after what we saw at the end of SmackDown last week and they followed that up nicely here. The subsequent six-man tag team match was fun and I was pleasantly surprised it didn't end in a disqualification or a count-out, though The O.C. and Mia Yim did prevent Dominik from walking out right before the finish to further that feud.