- Ahead of this afternoon's NXT U.K. TakeOver: Blackpool live WWE Network special, Dave Mastiff spoke with the folks from The Mirror out of the U.K. for an interview about his No Disqualification match against Eddie Dennis. Check out the interview below.
— Mirror WWE (@MirrorWwe) January 11, 2019
- Pete Dunne, who defends his WWE U.K. Championship against Joe Coffey in the main event of today's NXT U.K. TakeOver: Blackpool special at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, England, took to social media to hype up the big show. He tweeted the following about changing British Wrestling two years ago in the same venue as today's show, where he claims he will "take over the world."
Two years ago we changed British Wrestling from the empress ballroom in Blackpool. Tonight we go back to Takeover the world. pic.twitter.com/3lBKYkhLXq
— Pete Dunne (@PeteDunneYxB) January 12, 2019
- Finally, WWE re-tweeted the following tweet from the official NXT U.K. Twitter page that shows video of The British Strong Style -- Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate and Trent Seven -- meeting up in Blackpool, England ahead of today's NXT U.K. TakeOver: Blackpool show. As noted, Dunne will defend his WWE U.K. Championship against Joe Coffey in the main event, while Bate and Seven, collectively known as Moustache Mountain, will face James Drake and Zack Gibson in the finals of the tournament to crown the first-ever NXT U.K. Tag-Team Champions.
— NXT UK (@NXTUK) January 11, 2019
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