Date: November 19, 2021
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Vic Joseph
It’s the go home show for Survivor Series, which has nothing to do with anything going on with this show. Instead, we’ll be getting more of the NXT B lineup, plus a battle of the midcarders. That doesn’t sound too bad, so maybe they can make it work out well enough again. Let’s get to it.
Malik Blade vs. Edris Enofe
This is Enofe’s debut. They go technical to start with Blade snapmaring him down for an early two, sending us into a standoff. Enofe rolls him up for two and that’s good for another standoff as they seem to respect each other. An exchange of rollups give them two each and it’s another standoff. Blade goes more traditional with a headlock on the mat but Enofe gives him a headlock takeover of his own. Back up and Blade hits a dropkick for one and the armbar goes on. Some armdrags have Enofe down again and a missile dropkick sets up…a missed frog splash. Enofe hits a spinebuster and a standing moonsault for the pin at 6:07.
Result: Edris Enofe b. Malik Blade – Standing moonsault (6:07)
Tiffany Stratton vs. Amari Miller
Stratton, debuting as well, is billed as Daddy’s Little Rich Girl and the Buff Barbie Doll. Before the match, she lets us know how beautiful she is, meaning she is the opposite of all of us. Miller grabs a headlock to start and grinds away but Stratton, a gymnast, flips up without much trouble. Back up and Miller hits a spinwheel kick, with Nigel saying Miller is inspired by “WWE Legend Alicia Fox.” Miller tries a rollup, only to be countered into a sunset flip, with Stratton bridging up for more leverage and the pin at 3:21.
Result: Tiffany Straton b. Amari Miller – Bridging sunset flip (3:21)
Video on Kacy Catanzaro/Kayden Carter, the same one which aired on NXT.
Kayden Carter/Kacy Catanzaro vs. Yulisa Leon/Valentina Feroz
Yulisa and Carter roll around for a bit as commentary tries to figure out what kind of music Carter and Catanzaro like. Catanzaro comes in to take Yulisa down but it’s right back to Carter to kick her out of the corner. We’ll try Catanzaro again and she gets to flip Feroz around a bit, setting up a double kick to the face.
Feroz manages to get in a shot to Carter’s arm though and twists her down for a crash. A cross armbreaker doesn’t do much for Yulisa so she goes with a gutwrench suplex for two instead. Carter fights up and it’s back to Catanzaro in a hurry. A fall away slam gives Feroz two but Carter gets the blind tag, setting up the neckbreaker/450 (KC Squared) to finish Feroz at 7:42.
Result: Kayden Carter/Kacy Catanzaro b. Yulisa Leon/Valentina Feroz – KC Squared to Feroz (7:42)
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