WWE NXT notes: Iron Survivor Challenge competitors, Creeds challenge Indus Sher, Tag Title bout

Iron Survivor Challenge participants to be revealed, Pretty Deadly hold onto NXT Tag belts, Indus Sher challenged by Creeds, Indi/Roxanne

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At NXT Deadline, a new match concept called the ‘Iron Survivor Challenge’ is going to be introduced. There will be one match for each division. Next week, Shawn Michaels will reveal the participants in the men’s and women’s matches. The rules for the match are broken down below:

There are going to be five competitors in the Iron Survivor Challenge and they will enter the match in intervals. Once all five talents are in the ring, they’ll have 25 minutes to determine who can score the most falls. If one is pinned or submitted, they’ll spend time in the penalty box. The wrestler with the most falls at the end of the 25 minutes will earn a shot at the NXT Championship/NXT Women’s Championship. 

After Ivy Nile’s victory, The Creed Brothers (Julius & Brutus Creed) issued a challenge to Indus Sher (Veer & Sanga) for Deadline. Nile was not pleased that they issued the challenge and has been trying to prevent The Creeds from clashing with Veer and Sanga. 

There was an NXT Tag Team Title bout that saw Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince & Kit Wilson) defend against Andre Chase and Duke Hudson. Hudson accidentally gave Chase a big boot which led to Pretty Deadly capitalizing and retaining. 

The Schism (Joe Gacy, Ava Raine, Rip Fowler & Jagger Reid) had an in-ring segment. They brought a ‘fan’ into the ring to be a ‘sacrifice’ and after luring him in, Gacy put the individual through a table. 

A singles match between Roxanne Perez and Indi Hartwell was made official. Footage aired of the two arguing at an NXT house show. 

In addition to that, the following bouts are scheduled for 11/29: 

  • Kayden Carter, Katana Chance & Nikkita Lyons vs. Toxic Attraction (Mandy Rose, Jacy Jayne & Gigi Dolin)
  • Fallon Henley vs. Kiana James
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