Schism Declared Dead, Ava Tweets 'Goodbye', Man Watches Wrestlers With Bloodlines | NXT Fight Size

Here is your fight size update following NXT No Mercy on Saturday, September 30, 2023.

- In a clip shown on the event, which was said to be following NXT from September 26, Joe Gacy told Ava to find a new family and that Schism was dead. Gacy is now looking for his purpose. Ava responded to this by tweeting the word "goodbye" with a heartbroken emoji.

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- Further adding to mysteries in the world of NXT, a new vignette showed a man watching more WWE programming on his vintage TV. This time, the man was focused on second and third-generation WWE Superstars. When he turned the TV off, he saw a glimpse of a tiger t-shirt and blonde hair. Previously, this man was shown watching Cincinnati Bengals football and WCW Saturday Night.

- Trick Williams captured the NXT North American Championship from "Dirty" Dominik Mysterio at NXT No Mercy. On social media, Trick was shown celebrating with his family and being congratulated by Shawn Michaels.

- Carmelo Hayes is now on TikTok.

- Tony D'Angelo and Channing 'Stacks' Lorenzo successfully defended the NXT Tag Team Championship on a premium live event for the first time.

- In the NXT No Mercy opening contest, Baron Corbin defeated Bron Breakker in what was a violent match. Corbin also arrived at the venue in style on a motorcycle.

- NXT Halloween Havoc is returning as a two-week television special. Learn more here.

- Check out the lineup for this year's NXT Women's Breakout Tournament.

- NXT Deadline will be the next NXT premium live event and take place on December 9.

- Gallus helped Noam Dar retain his NXT Heritage Cup Championship over Butch. As a result, Butch and Tyler Bate will wrestle Gallus on the October 3 episode of NXT.

- Check out the full card for the October 3 episode of NXT episode at this link.

- Ilja Dragunov defeated Carmelo Hayes in a hell of a bout to capture the NXT Championship.

- Becky Lynch defeated Tiffany Stratton in an Extreme Rules bout to retain the NXT Women's Championship. The match featured tables, chairs, kendo sticks, a fight in the crowd, some help from King Troi, Becky Lynch's stylist, and more. Tiffany Stratton also bled in her first PLE main event.

- Becky Lynch will now go on to defend the championship against Tegan Nox this Monday on Monday Night Raw. Check out the full card here.

- Fans can check out full quick hit results at this link and check out our review podcast embedded below.

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