Steel Cage match, Triple Threat for NXT Women’s Title made official for Vengeance Day

The first two championship matches made official for NXT Vengeance Day in February

Two championship matches made official for Vengeance Day. 

Coming out of NXT New Year’s Evil on the USA Network, two championship matches were set for Vengeance Day on February 4th in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

Grayson Waller challenged Bron Breakker for the NXT Title at New Year’s Evil but the match resulted in a count out. The ring ropes came loose upon impact twice and the second time was when Waller was on the middle rope that collapsed which led to him being counted out. 

Shawn Michaels sat both Waller and Breakker down and told them they’ll be competing inside a Steel Cage at Vengeance Day with the NXT Championship on the line.

There was a 20-woman Battle Royal to determine Roxanne Perez’s challenger at Vengeance Day. The last two remaining talents were Toxic Attraction (Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne). They threw punches as they were on the outskirts of the ring. They knocked each other off and hit the floor at the same time and as a result, Roxanne will be defending the NXT Women’s Title in a Triple-Threat at Vengeance Day. 

Former NXT Women’s Champion and Toxic Attraction member, Mandy Rose, spoke about her release from WWE and to read her comments, click here.

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