Preview: – Watch Wrestling Danger looms tonight on NXT when Kassius Ohno battles former friend Hideo Itami in a No Disqualification Match. Plus, Asuka reveals what her future holds, Andrade “Cien” Almas looks to even the score with Cezar Bononi, and Lars Sullivan faces three opponents at once.
Preview: – Bobby Roode aims to put an end to his rivalry with Roderick Strong when the two foes go head-to-head. Plus, new NXT Champion Drew McIntyre makes his first appearance since winning the title at TakeOver: Brooklyn III and suffering a post-match assault at the hands of Adam Cole, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly.
Preview: –WWE’s United Kingdom competitors tore the house down in Brooklyn with an action-packed tag team contest. Plus, Lars Sullivan clobbered No Way Jose, Peyton Royce battled Mae Young Classic competitor Sarah Logan and more.
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Preview: Drew McIntyre looks to fulfill a prophecy against NXT Champion Bobby Roode, Ember Moon takes aim at Asuka’s historic NXT Women’s Title reign, and so much more at TakeOver: Brooklyn III, streaming tonight on WWE Network.
DATE: August 19, 2017
CITY: BARCLAYS CENTER
Watch WWE NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn 3 2017
NXT Champion Bobby Roode vs. Drew McIntyre
NXT Women’s Champion Asuka vs. Ember Moon
NXT Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain vs. SAnitY
Preview: – Just three days before he challenges NXT Champion Bobby Roode at TakeOver: Brooklyn III, Drew McIntyre will battle The Glorious One’s heated rival Roderick Strong. Plus, NXT Women’s Champion Asuka and her TakeOver challenger, Ember Moon, make their title match official with what is sure to be a lively contract signing.
Preview: – Following the direction of Zelina Vega, Andrade “Cien” Almas picked up a big victory over No Way Jose and a TakeOver: Brooklyn III showdown against Johnny Gargano. Plus, SAnitY sent a painful message to The Authors of Pain, NXT Champion Bobby Roode and Drew McIntyre came face-to-face and much more.
Preview: – In an insanely hard-hitting main event, Kassius Ohno succeeded in pushing Aleister Black to his limit like no NXT Superstar before him. Whether Ohno proved to himself — and Hideo Itami — that he won’t let past setbacks bog him down is another matter entirely.