Alba Fyre Aims To Destroy Mandy Rose's Empire, Chase Teaches Carmelo Hayes A Lesson | NXT Fight Size

Here is your post-NXT fight size update for September 20.

- Alba Fyre stated that she intends to burn NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose's empire down.

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- Andre Chase confronted Carmelo Hayes and stated he had a teachable moment when he lost the NXT North American Championship. Chase then shocked the world when he pinned Hayes in a tag team match.

- The Generation of Jade continued, as Cora Jade defeated Wendy Choo in a singles match to gain more momentum.

- Von Wagner picked up a big win in a battle between two powerhouses; thanks to a timely distraction from Robert Stone, he defeated Sanga.

- Shawn Michaels told Solo Sikoa to hand over the NXT North American Championship because his victory could not stand.

- Michaels then announced that a new champion will be crowned in a Ladder Match at NXT Halloween Havoc. Qualifying matches will determine the participants in addition to Hayes, who clinched a spot in the bout due to the nature of the way he lost the title.

- Oro Mensah scored a major victory in his NXT debut; with a little help from Apollo Crews, he defeated Grayson Waller to qualify for the NXT North American Championship Ladder Match at NXT Halloween Havoc.

- Wes Lee stated that he's ready to return to action, and he wants to qualify for the NXT North American Championship match at NXT Halloween Havoc. Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo announced that he'll be facing Tony D'Angelo next week.

- JD McDonagh defeated Tyler Bate in a hard-fought main event to earn another shot at NXT Champion Bron Breakker. After the bout, Illja Dragunov returned and confronted Breakker and McDonagh.

- Damon Kemp offered more explanation as to why he betrayed the Diamond Mine and emphasized that he was entirely responsible for the group's misfortune.

- Perhaps distracted by Kemp's message, Ivy Nile wasn't at 100% for her match, and it cost her. Nile and Tatum Paxley lost to Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne, who continue to climb back into title contention.

- In another tag team match, Edris Enofe and Malik Blade battled The Dyad. Despite an impressive performance from Enofe and Blade, The Dyad scored the win.

- The Dyad, alongside Joe Gacy, sent a heated message to Cameron Grimes, saying that it was time to pick a side. Gacy noted that he had been patient, but sometimes a firm hand is required. Grimes responded and vowed to rip the Schism tree out of the ground so he could use it as fuel as he continues to aim for the moon.

- The Creed Brothers argued over which one of them will face Damon Kemp, and they eventually agreed that Brutus will battle their former stablemate.

- Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen confronted Gallus backstage, setting the stage for a Pub Fight between the two teams next week.

- Nathan Frazer picked up a hard-fought win over Axiom to even their Best of Three series at one win each.

- Roxanne Perez and Meiko Satomura discussed their mutual respect. Satomura said the young star will be a champion in the future. Perez described how facing Satomura taught her to be more rough, and she'll use that lesson when she gets a rematch with Cora Jade.

- In a tweet, Sikoa commented on handing over the title and engaged in a war of words with Hayes. He noted that he made the title more valuable in a week than any other championship reign in NXT. When Hayes responded, Sikoa stated that he never beat him.

- Sami Zayn responded to Sikoa's twist of fate and stated that better things are ahead for his Bloodline stablemate.

- In a WWE Digital Exclusive, Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark made it clear that they have their sights set on the NXT Women's Tag Team Championship, but the champions told Lyons not to get ahead of herself.

- When asked about his recent losses in a WWE Digital Exclusive, Carmelo Hayes brushed them off and made it clear that he's focused on winning the gold at NXT Halloween Havoc.

- Oro Mensah discussed his successful debut in a WWE Digital Exclusive and emphasized that the win on Tuesday meant a lot to him.

- Xyon Quinn crashed Quincy Elliot's victory debut party and offered him some advice as to gaining the "X Factor."

- Bron Breakker walked to ringside with Connor's Cure Thriver Landon "The Conqueror" Chase.

- Sol Ruca will leave the beach and head to the ring for her NXT debut next week.

- In a tweet, Robert Stone encouraged Shawn Michaels to do the "right thing" by giving Von Wagner a chance in the ladder match for the NXT North American Championship.

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