WWE NXT notes: The Rascalz vs. Gallus, Joe Hendry teams with Trick Williams, Brooks Jensen reinstated, No Quarter Catch Crew

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The group known as The Rascalz (Wes Lee, Zachary Wentz & Trey Miguel) reunited on the program. Backstage, they ran into Gallus (Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey & Wolfgang). A six-man tag was set up for 7/16. 

Kicking off NXT was the newly crowned NXT Champion Ethan Page. Oro Mensah tried to get hands on him but security took him away. The former champion Trick Williams made his way out to the ring to get a rematch but Page shut that down. Shawn Spears came to the ring and he was followed by Je’Von Evans. A brawl broke out between the four talents. Evans was ambushed backstage, so he could not tag with Williams in the main event against Page and Spears. Filling him for him was Joe Hendry and Hendry scored the pin on Spears. 

General Manager Ava sat down with Brooks Jensen. She told him that her and Shawn Michaels were ready to release Jensen after he continuously bashed NXT and disrupted shows. She said people vouched for him and she’s opting to reinstate him. Afterwards, Jensen ambushed Je’Von Evans, which pulled him out of the aforementioned main event tag match. Josh Briggs pulled Jensen off of Evans and revealed that he’s one of the people that vouched for him to Ava. On 7/16, Jensen is taking on Je’Von. Briggs asked Ava for a match against Shawn Spears.

The new-look No Quarter Catch Crew (Charlie Dempsey, Tavion Heights & Myles Borne) were shown putting someone in the trunk of a car. Dempsey repeatedly said mistakes will not be tolerated. Damon Kemp, now-former member of No Quarter Catch Crew is on his way out of WWE. He revealed the news on X. Wren Sinclair came across what N.Q.C.C. were doing and said she saw nothing.

Ridge Holland informed Duke Hudson that he got him a shot at Oba Femi’s North American Championship on 7/16. 

O.T.M. (Bronco Nima & Lucien Price) scored a win over Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

A tweet from Full Sail University was sent out and they noted that they filmed with Trick Williams and NXT Women’s North American Champion Kelani Jordan.

There was a singles match between Karmen Petrovic and Arianna Grace. Petrovic came out on top, but she was attacked by Fallon Henley afterwards. Later in the show, Henley took on Sol Ruca. Sol had Henley beat, but the duo of Jazmyn Nyx and Jacy Jayne ran in and went after Sol. Jayne, Nyx and Henley stood side by side. 

The Heritage Cup was on the line as Tony D’Angelo successfully defended against Lexis King. He came out on top 2-1 in the fourth round. Eddy Thorpe was present for the match and he DJ’d during breaks.

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