By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
WWE held a pay-per-view on Sunday night featuring their NXT brand. The NXT TakeOver: In Your House event took place at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida near Orlando.
This was the latest TakeOver event that began in May 2014. This was the 29th NXT TakeOver event.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this was the first TakeOver event to be held at Full Sail University since June 2016. The previous NXT TakeOver event to take place at the venue before Sunday’s was called TakeOver: The End.
Mia Yim, Shotzi Blackheart, and Tegan Nox defeated Candice LeRae, Dakota Kai, and Raquel Gonzalez in the six-women tag team match to begin the show. Then Finn Bálor defeated Damian Priest in the first singles match on the card.
Keith Lee retained his NXT North American Championship at the show after defeating Johnny Gargano. Then in a Last Chance Backlot Brawl for the NXT Championship, Adam Cole retained his belt with a win over Velveteen Dream.
Due to the stipulation of the fight, Dream will no longer be able to challenge for the championship, as long as Cole is the champion.
Karrion Kross defeated Tammaso Ciampa by technical submission in their singles match. Io Shirai defeated former champion Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley in their triple threat match for the NXT Women’s Championship.
“I have nothing, but the utmost respect and gratitude for WWE, who always believed I could become a champion, regardless of race or nationality,” Shirai wrote in a Facebook post after getting the win. “[Sunday night], my chance finally arrived. I don’t have a tag partner, but I definitely have a wonderful family and home.”
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