WWE NXT 2.0 notes: Lumis vs. D’Angelo, Pete Dunne pins Carmelo Hayes, Kay Lee Ray

Tony D'Angelo and Dexter Lumis are going one-on-one, Pete Dunne gets a win over the North American Champion and more from the 11/9 NXT 2.0

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Scheduled for the 11/16 episode of NXT 2.0 is a singles match between Tony D’Angelo and Dexter Lumis. In addition to that, Duke Hudson has challenged Cameron Grimes to a game of Poker.

Pete Dunne went one-on-one with Carmelo Hayes in the main event. Johnny Gargano and Lumis got involved on the outside and that ultimately led to Dunne scoring a win over the North American Champion.

In her first match on NXT TV since September, Kay Lee Ray picked up a win over Sarray. While making her entrance, she ran into NXT Women’s and Tag Team Champions Toxic Attraction (Mandy Rose, Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne).

There was a Triple-Threat on the show that saw Solo Sikoa defeat Grayson Waller and L.A. Knight.

Elektra Lopez alongside Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde welcomed Xyon Quinn to the ring. She asked if he would like to join Legado Del Fantasma and he declined. Santos Escobar has not been present on NXT 2.0 since his North American Title match against Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott on 10/12.

To open the show, Kayden Carter, Kacy Catanzaro and Io Shirai teamed up but they fell in defeat to Toxic Attraction. Kayden and Kacy debuted a new theme and entrance.

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