WWE NXT notes: Shawn Michaels to appear, Last Woman Standing, Zoey turns on Nikkita, Wes-Carmelo

Shawn Michaels to address NXT Deadline, Last Woman Standing for Women's Title, Zoey Stark turns on Nikkita Lyons, Carmelo vs Wes made official

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On the November 15th NXT on USA Network, Shawn Michaels will be appearing to make an announcement concerning NXT Deadline on December 10th.

It was already official that next week, Bron Breakker will be defending the NXT Championship against Von Wagner and in addition to that, Mandy Rose would be putting the NXT Women’s Title on the line against Alba Fyre. Rose and Fyre’s match is now being billed as a Last Woman Standing match.

The November 22nd edition of NXT is going to see Wes Lee defend his North American Championship against Carmelo Hayes. They’ll have a contract signing next week to make it official.

After Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark failed to capture the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championships in the main event, Zoey attacked Nikkita.

There was a backstage segment with Nathan Frazer. He told Axiom it’ll be a few weeks before he’s cleared coming out the Ladder match at Halloween Havoc.

Below is the newest promotion for ‘Scrypts’, who interrupted Booker T and Vic Joseph as they were speaking.

Ava Raine got involved in Joe Gacy’s match against Cameron Grimes and helped Gacy secure the win by pushing Grimes off the top rope.

As the singles match between Charlie Dempsey and Andre Chase was taking place, Duke Hudson attempted to push the bottom rope towards Chase while he was in a submission. Chase previously told him that he does not want cheating to be a thing in matches for Chase University. Duke ended up throwing in the towel for Chase.

J.D. McDonagh defeated Axiom via referee stoppage. Next week, J.D. is going one-on-one with Apollo Crews.

Elektra Lopez picked up a win over Sol Ruca. It was Lopez’s first match on NXT TV since March. She brawled with Indi Hartwell afterwards.

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