Adam Cole Shocks The System, Superkicks Kyle O'Reilly After Vengeance Day Main Event | NXT Fight-Size

Here is your post-NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day fight-size update.

~ Triple H mentioned on the post-TakeOver media call that no one was injured on the show.

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Additionally, he said that the timing isn't right for a Latin American NXT brand, but it is an eventual goal.

Lastly, after being asked if the number of TakeOver's would change when the WWE Network moves to Peacock, he revealed that they're planning to keep the same number of events, but will evaluate accordingly along the way.

~ Adam Cole turned on his Undisputed Era brother, Kyle O'Reilly, super-kicking him after they saved Finn Balor from a post-match beatdown. Roderick Strong stood behind in disbelief. The team had been together since August of 2017. We've yet to hear the reason behind the break.

This came as no surprise to Pat McAfee.

~ Finn Balor successfully defended his NXT Championship against Pete Dunne.

~ Eli Drake has signed with NXT, but he's going by the name of LA Knight.

~ Io Shirai defeated Toni Storm and Mercedes Martinez to retain her NXT Women's Championship.

~ MSK defeated Grizzled Young Veterans to win the Men's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

~ Johnny Gargano retained his NXT North American Championship, defeating KUSHIDA.

~ Raquel Gonzalez and Dakota Kai won the first-ever Women's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic. Additionally, they have earned a Women's Tag Team Championship opportunity. In fact, they had a message for Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler.

Catch up with everything that happened at NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day with Fightful's ongoing coverage. Plus, check out the Watch Along with various members of the Fightful staff and community. Also, tune in to the post-show podcast for a full recap of all the action.

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