WWE: NXT - From Secret to Sensation
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WWE: NXT - From Secret to Sensation (Blu-ray)
In recent years, NXT has emerged as an incredible box office draw for WWE with sold out live network specials from Brooklyn to Dallas to the United Kingdom! But things weren’t always this way: watch WWE’s “developmental” system churn out future Hall of Fame superstars and grow from its underwhelming infancy in Louisville through 2017!]]>
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Normally I give my review of this set at the end but I'll leave it now. The countdown was your typical presentation despite that some of the rankings I wouldn't agree with while I personally felt like some were left off in favor of a few that shouldn't have been on the list at this point like Ember Moon for Emma while the matches were either quality in their own right in showcasing the featured talent making this a set in the end I would recommend.
Big E vs. Xavier Woods - Big E discussed before this match that this was the first match of the new NXT at Full Sal University as a dark match before the "pilot" taping that was a quick match between the future New Day partners showcasing Big E's strength & power against Woods speed using a "hit & move" offense.
NXT Champion Seth Rollins vs. Corey Graves - Rollins appeared on NXT for the first time as a member of The Shield earlier in the night as both men traded fist at the bell as Graves targeted the legs including a unique version of a classic submission hold while Seth kept him grounded working over the head area in a brief match that didn't get the chance to go past first gear that was more known for who decided to get involved & who else made his presence known.
"NXT" Jan. '13
Bo Dallas vs. Bray Wyatt - Bray cost Bo being the #1 contender a week before leading to this match with Bray using unorthodox offense such as his own body as a weapon & playing mind games keeping a slow pace & constantly cutting off momentum attempted by his opponent only for Bo to eventually pick up the pace & get some offense in as this was a heavily one sided encounter with a finish out of nowhere.
"NXT" Mar. '13
Sami Zayn vs. Antonio Cesaro - This was a rematch from their first encounter that happened on Sami's debut night with Cesaro being very aggressive from the start attacking before the bell & using the environment on the outside while focusing on an area of the body with very physical offense while Sami was able to execute various scissors around the body & head along with his high risk aerial attack as both men traded momentum countering & reversing each other's moves in a physical back & forth match.
"NXT" June '13
Dolph Ziggler vs. Alexander Rusev - Dolph lived up to his nickname "The Showoff" early on while using his superior speed & athleticism meanwhile Rusev was able to showcase his strength catching & holding Dolph while working over an area of the body along with showcasing some athleticism of his own.
"NXT" Aug. '13
Paige vs. Sasha Banks - This was a non-title match as Paige came out very aggressive using a part of her body as a weapon along with her wrestling ability including a move from a "perfect" Hall Of Famer only for Sasha to be aware of her surroundings & using submissions & unique combinations where it ultimate came down to one person being able to catch the other in a solid match that's more significant for what would be the beginning of what we known know as "The Boss."
"NXT" Sept. '13
Adrian Neville vs. Tyler Breeze - Breeze showcased his diverse offense keeping his opponent on the mat along with going aerial from different positions in the ring while Neville was able to take advantage of a self-distraction Breeze kept having leaving his feet various times along with aerial offense as they traded momentum using counters & reversals in a back & forth match.
"NXT" Jan. '14
Big E Langston vs. Bo Dallas - This match had the stipulation that Bo must leave NXT if he lost but it was Big E who Bo was undefeated against & won the NXT Championship from. Big E showcased his superior power advantage early on as the match got taken to the outside where both men took advantage of the environment as Bo used his own body as a weapon & countered his opponents signature move as this match ultimately came down to "carma" coming back around to one opponent.
"NXT" May '14
NXT Champion Adrian Neville vs. Sami Zayn vs. Tyler Breeze vs. Tyson Kidd - This match started off as two individual matches as with pairs of opponents facing off in & outside of the ring with one opponent having fun at the expense of Breeze as different strategy were utilized throughout the match such as taking the fight past in the ring all the way to the stage, short term alliances, "divide & conquer", one man taking out more than one opponent at a time including using his one opponents as a weapon against the others, one man trying to pick the bones off other's work, and how others prevented their opponents from losing the match for them in a non-stop action match.
NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way '14
Baron Corbin vs. Elias Samson - This was a "don't blink" dominate squash for the "Lone Wolf" that happened in a matter of seconds.
"NXT" Oct. '14
NXT Champion Kevin Owens vs. Finn Bálor - Owens kept stalling & going to the outside to keep Balor from gaining any momentum eventually being able to ground him working at a slow pace & keep cutting off his momentum using his body weight while Balor was able to keep resorting to the same maneuver & go aerial along with some impactful offense that unfortunately also impacted himself giving Owens an opening to heavily focus on an area of the body while Balor continued to fight back even if it hurts himself in the process in a competitive encounter.
"NXT" Mar. '15
NXT Womens Champion Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch - Both women had the same strategy in mind working over the arm with Becky using different armbars & stretches while Sasha used the entire ring to her advantage along with different submissions to the point where she almost pulled the arm of the joint as Becky showcased her own strength & left her feet various times still going after Sasha's arm & even using the ringside environment along with Sasha continuing to be ruthless towards damaging Becky's arm at any cost in a highly competitive match that told a great story in regards to working over the arm.
NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable '15
NXT Womens Champion Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte - This was Charlotte's rematch from Takeover: Rival with Charlotte using her legs to her advantage while Sasha used unique versions of moves such as the backstabber & surfboard as these women went through a series of counters & reversals along with impactful offense & submissions that even knocked the hair out of one of the competitors in a competitive encounter.
"NXT" July '15
[Blu-Ray Edition of NXT's Greatest Matches Vol. 1]
Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura - Both men started off with a series of counters & reversals early on with each attempting to work over the same body part as Nakamura used his lower body for variations of kicks & knees & stomps from different positions to multiple parts of the body throughout the match while Sami was able to go aerial in & outside of the ring as both along with delivering some impactful offense & submissions as they traded momentum throughout the contest with one man not leaving unscathed in what what was not only Nakamura's debut & Sami's last NXT match but also what has been considered the best match of WWE's weekend & a "Match Of The Year" candidate.
NXT TakeOver: Dallas '16
NXT Champion Finn Bálor vs. Samoa Joe - Balor was in control early heavily relying & refusing to let go of a hold that wore Joe down along with delivering various strong strikes including kicks in & out of the ring throughout the match with showcasing how much he had his opponent scouted with counters & reversals for his signature maneuvers delivering offense with such impact the he ended up hurting himself in the process while Joe showcased his diverse offense of power & technical ability being able to stop attempted momentum by his opponent dead at time utilizing combinations of physical offense into stretches & submissions along with strong strikes of his own in a competitive match with both men going back & forth from start to finish.
Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss - Bliss was able to heavily work over the head & neck area along with taking some shortcuts while showcasing some strength while Bayley also showcased power & agility of her own catching Bliss more than once.
"NXT" July '16
Tye Dillinger vs. Bobby Roode - Two fellow Canadians faced off here trading punches in the open moments before with the action getting taken the ringside with both men using the environment to their advantage before one man was able to get the advantage targeting the head & neck area from both a grounded & aerial position while his opponent relied on submission attempts & impactful offense.
NXT TakeOver: Toronto '16
NXT Womens Champion Asuka vs. Ember Moon - Ember came out aggressive at the start taking her opponent down repeatedly at the opening bell & continuing with some impactful & high risk moves while Asuka focused on the previous injury using not only the ringside environment but also different areas of the ring & submissions along with strikes & torquing the joints of the injured area of the body as the women traded momentum using their opponents signature moves against them & having scouted the that worked in their previous match in a back & forth encounter.
NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III '17
(Blu-Ray) NXT Champion Big E Langston vs. Camacho - Camacho (current New Japan/Bullet Club member Tanga Loa) interrupted Big E victory speech leading to this match with his offense having no effect as Big E dominated him with his power & literally running through him at one point in what was nothing more than a dominate squash for the new NXT Champion.
"NXT" Jan. '13
(Blu-Ray) Sami Zayn vs. Tyler Breeze - This was a #1 contender match as Sami attempted to work over an area of the body early on while executing aerial offense from different ring positions & variations of his impactful signature offense including one that bounced his opponent's head off the mat while Breeze was able to take advantage of openings & being aware of his surroundings using his own versions of impactful offense in a match that saw both men wrestle each other into exhaustion as it got more intense over time.
NXT TakeOver '14
(Blu-Ray) Bayley & Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte & Sasha Banks - The future "Horsewomen Of NXT" faced off here as Bayley & Becky had the same strategy in mind working over the same area of the body of their opponents using frequent tags & teamwork including using their opponents against each other causing the team known as the B.F.F.'s using illegal tactics & isolating one opponent from her partner.
"NXT" July '14
(Blu-Ray) NXT Womens Champion Bayley vs. Asuka - Both had a stalemate early with a series of counters & reversals before Bayley resorted to a heavy aerial attack from different areas of the ring along taking high risk that didn't always pay off as both women utilized & traded different submissions along with similar offense against each other with Asuka using her lower body of feet & knees with intensity throughout what was a physical contest.
NXT TakeOver: Dallas '16
(Blu-Ray) Finn Bálor vs. Shinsuke Nakamura - Both men exchanged series of counters & reversals & strikes along with mind games with each other as Nakamura utilized his strong variations of kicks & knees focused on the head & neck area from different positions which didn't always work in his favor while Balor focused on a different area of the body with different moves & strikes & stretches delivered directly to that body part along with submissions & aerial offense directed to another part of the body as well as they traded momentum throughout the highly competitive match.
"NXT" July '16
Who is the greatest?
#25 – Rusev
#24 – Big E
#23 – Corey Graves
#22 – Bo Dallas
#21 – Ember Moon
#20 – Cesaro
#19 – Tye Dillinger
#18 – Tyler Breeze
#17 – Baron Corbin
#16 – Becky Lynch
#15 – Bray Wyatt
#14 – Neville
#13 – Samoa Joe
#12 – Paige
#11 – Alexa Bliss
#10 – Charlotte Flair
#9 – Bobby Roode
#8 – Bayley
#7 – Kevin Owens
#6 – Sasha Banks
#5 – Sami Zayn
#4 – Shinsuke Nakamura
#3 – Seth Rollins
#2 – Asuka
#1 – Finn Bálor