upNXT 7/19/22: Under The Shade of the Schism Tree

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Braden Herrington and Davie Portman review NXT 2.0 from July 19th, 2022 headlined by a 20 Woman Battle Royal To Determine The Number 1 Contender for the NXT Women’s Championship!

Braden & Davie give their thoughts on the entire show which included:

  • 20 Woman Battle Royal To Determine The Number 1 Contender for the NXT Women’s Championship
  • JD McDonagh vs Cameron Grimes
  • Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen vs Pretty Deadly (NXT UK Tag Team Championship)
  • Roderick Strong vs Damon Kemp
  • Axiom vs Dante Chen

The Lads also talk about the return of Zoey Stark, the reveal of the Dyad/Schism, Cora Jade explaining her actions, Diamond Mine feuding with Tony D’Angelo’s Family, the G1 so far, WWE going PG14, plus your feedback…and more!

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