WWE’s latest brand comes from the United Kingdom. NXT UK is a weekly television show airing on the live stream and is also made available to watch any time on demand. The British brand features multiple championships (NXT United Kingdom, NXT UK Heritage Cup, NXT UK Tag Team and NXT UK Women’s) and it showcases a number of entertaining stars and as a WWE Network themed website (although relevant for Peacock TV in the US), it only makes sense we provide quick results for this show much as we do for the special events that air each month and the other brands such as 205 Live and previously for NXT. Thus, every week we intend to bring you NXT UK quick results.
Below are the latest WWE NXT UK results for 06/10/21:
- Jordan Devlin defeated Saxon Huxley by pinfall.
- Primate and Tyson T-Bone defeated Andy Wild and Dan Moloney.
- NXT UK Women’s Championship: Meiko Satomura defeated Kay Lee Ray (c) by pinfall to become the new champion.
- The show kicked off with Walter saying that he’s the longest reigning modern champion in WWE and that he’ll always be NXT United Kingdom Champion.
- Dani Luna and Flash Morgan Webster ran down Jinny and Joseph Conners before challenging them for a mixed tag team match for next week.
- Sid Scala says that Wolfgang and Mark Coffey are going into singles competition for now before Sam Gradwell unceremoniously barged in.
- Pretty Deadly were on commentary during Wild/Moloney vs Primate/T-Bone.
- Teoman challenged Oliver Carter by saying that Ashton Carter isn’t his family but just his tag partner.
Announced for next week on NXT UK (06/17/21):
- Flash Morgan Webster and Dani Luna vs Joseph Conners and Jinny.
- Sprnva Sessions with Jordan Devlin.
- Sam Gradwell vs Wolfgang.
So, what do you think? Did you check out this episode yet, and if not, do you intend to? Did you enjoy this week’s episode of NXT UK? What was your favorite match and/or segment on the show? Be sure to let us know all of your thoughts on these questions and anything else pertaining to WWE NXT UK in the comments section down below.
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