Right now in NXT, Kyle O’Reilly is finally able to be himself after defeating Adam Cole at NXT Takeover: Stand & Deliver. He’s got a new image where he’s able to express himself, but will look to show that he’s still the same asskicker in the ring. One certain way to do that is go to war with Oney Lorcan, who is arguably the hardest hitter on the NXT roster. After an altercation in the NXT parking lot, they will meet tonight in the ring.
Kyle O’Reilly & Oney Lorcan Batter Each Other
O’Reilly & Lorcan would battle for control in the middle of the ring, and come to a stalemate. Lorcan would block both the strikes and grappling of O’Reilly before moving into an arm lock with added headscissors. O’Reilly would be able to break out and apply a crossface, before Lorcan fought his way back to his feet.
Lorcan would lay O’Reilly out with a running back elbow, before sending him to the apron. O’Reilly applied an armbar in the ropes and used all of the referee’s five count. He’d pop to the floor and stare down Pete Dunne at ringside, only to be hit from behind by Lorcan as we went into a commercial break.
Back from the break, Lorcan would be in control and nail some heavy chops onto the chest of O’Reilly who was barely holding on. Lorcan was sticking to brawling and that was breaking O’Reilly down, but O’Reilly showed his striking skills with a knee strike below the jaw before sweeping the leg of Lorcan out from underneath.
Bobby Fish Is Back In NXT!
Lorcan would be slammed into the mat, and O’Reilly went right for a heel hook. This was expected, and Lorcan rolled into the ropes to break the hold. Lorcan came back with more strikes before ending up in the guillotine choke. When Lorcan was pretty much out cold, O’Reilly nailed a knee strike to the jaw. A quick brainbuster and the diving knee drop, and Lorcan was done.
After the match, Pete Dunne would attack O’Reilly from behind and it was a two on one attack. In comes Bobby Fish, finally back after getting injured at WarGames! He’d be able to help drive Dunne & Lorcan off, but understands that O’Reilly is going solo. They’re on good terms, but aren’t getting into the tag team division.
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