Xyon Quinn Sings 'Sexy Boy,' Tony D'Angelo Appears On 'Lashing Out,' And More | NXT 2.0 Fight Size

Here is your post-NXT 2.0 fight size update for Tuesday, November 2, 2021.

- Mandy Rose opened tonight's show and celebrated her championship victory at Halloween Havoc. Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne were not with her, though, as they were backstage attacking Zoey Stark. Io Shirai then came out and challenged Mandy to a match, but was sucker-punched immediately after Rose accepted. They brawled at ringside, but Shirai's comeback was cut short when the remainder of Toxic Attraction got involved. Kayden Carter and Kacy Catanzaro then ran to the ring and evened the odds, sending the champs to the outside to end the segment. They will all face off in a 6-Woman Tag Team Match next week.

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- Dakota Kai returned to action this evening and defeated Cora Jade. After the bell, Kai continued her assault on Jade, dragging her out of the ring and sliding a table on top of her. Kai seemed ready to jump on it but stopped herself at the last second. Instead, she grabbed Jade's penny board and left it on her before walking away.

- Wes Lee and Nash Carter are taking a trip to see the mysterious man behind MSK.

- After getting into a fight at the Halloween Havoc party, Xyon Quinn and Robert Stone met in the ring tonight. Stone said he could out-sing Quinn and then pin him, 1-2-3. After Stone sang Franky Monet's theme, Quinn decided to play along, performing Shawn Michaels' Sexy Boy theme. He then beat Stone up and scored a pinfall victory.

- Joe Gacy doesn't like the fact that people judged Harland based on his appearance. He also spoke about the toxicity of social media before promising that he and Harland will change the world together.

- Legado Del Fantasma's Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza defeated Kyle O'Reilly and Von Wagner in tag team action. The bout ended in controversy, however, as Wagner's foot appeared to be on the bottom rope.

- Andre Chase didn't like being called a coward after his actions in Dexter Lumis & Johnny Gargano's haunted house, so he issued an open challenge to the NXT locker room. Bron Breakker answered the call and defeated Chase in short order. After the match, Breakker praised Tommaso Ciampa for beating him last week and exploiting his inexperience, but he promises that they're not done and that he will win the next time they meet.

- Tony D'Angelo appeared on Lashing Out with Lash Legend and continued to insist that he didn't hurt Producer Mark. Tony says he's not a magician and can't make people disappear. Mark was brought out but confirmed that there was no problem between him and D'Angelo after Tony not so subtly suggested that Mark say hi to his family. Sadly, Tony had to leave early, but not before giving Lash some money to buy herself something.

- Solo Sikoa picked up the win in his NXT 2.0 in-ring debut.

- Cameron Grimes was seen throughout the night playing poker in Duke's Poker Room. Though he seemingly didn't know how Texas hold 'em works, he beat everyone, including the host.

- Kay Lee Ray has been advertised for next week's show and though nothing specific was announced, they did say that she will "start to rage."

- The main event segment started with Tommaso Ciampa addressing the NXT Universe after successfully defending his title at Halloween Havoc. He was interrupted by Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams, but didn't back down, even jabbing Williams to the ground and staring down the North American Champion.

As Ciampa left the ring, he came face-to-face with Johnny Gargano.

In the final match, Hayes and Williams defeated Gargano and Dexter Lumis. The finish came after Williams hit Lumis in the head with his shoe while the referee wasn't looking. This allowed Hayes to hit his finishing move for the pin and win.

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