WWE NXT 2.0 notes: Two title matches set for Halloween Havoc, Solo Sikoa, Harland

Two title bouts added to NXT 2.0 Halloween Havoc, Solo Sikoa (Sefa Fatu) coming soon, Ciampa and Breakker teaming next week

In two weeks, NXT 2.0 is presenting their Halloween Havoc show. Two title matches were added to the program and the first of those two bouts was Raquel Gonzalez versus Mandy Rose for the NXT Women’s Championship. The bout’s stipulation will be determined via ‘Spin The Wheel, Make The Deal’.

Mandy’s ‘Toxic Attraction’ group-mates Gigi Dolin and Jacey Jane are getting their shot at the NXT Women’s Tag Titles at Halloween Havoc. They’ll be a part of a three-way tag match involving Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta along with the champions Io Shirai and Zoey Stark.

A vignette aired to promote the arrival of Solo Sikoa, formerly known as ‘Sefa Fatu’. Solo is the brother of Jimmy and Jey Uso.

There was also a teaser for Halloween Havoc. A vignette aired and the individual narrating the video stated that they will bury the past so they can start again.

To open the show, NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa bested Joe Gacy. Had Gacy won, he would’ve been added to the NXT Title match between Ciampa and Bron Breakker at Halloween Havoc. Post-match, Harland (Parker Boudreaux) ambushed Ciampa but Gacy put a stop to it. Harland then took off running after Gacy stopped him from beating down Ciampa.

Tommaso Ciampa and Bron Breakker are going to be in action on 10/19 when they take on Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson). Also scheduled for next week is a singles match between Odyssey Jones and Andre Chase.

Tony D’Angelo was supposed to guest appear on Lashing Out with Lash Legend. There was a ‘scheduling conflict’ and D’Angelo was not able to make it. He ended up putting the producer who was responsible for the conflict in the trunk of a car.

As of this writing, the upNXT crew is live on Twitch with a review of tonight’s NXT 2.0 and that episode will also be available in their weekly show archives here on POST Wrestling.

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