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WWE NXT Takeover: Respect Full Match Listing


Below is the final card for the upcoming WWE NXT Takeover: Respect event, which will take place on October 7th live on the WWE Network:

30-Minute Iron Man Match for the NXT Women’s Championship
Bayley (c) vs. Sasha Banks. Bayley won the NXT Women’s Championship from Sasha after defeating her in the Co-Main event of NXT Takeover: Brooklyn. That match alone lasted almost 20 minutes, so it will be interesting to see what these women have in store for an added 10.

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals
TBD vs. TBD – The 4 teams that will compete earlier in the evening will go to work one more time in what is presumably going to be the main event of the evening, barring the NXT Women’s Championship bout isn’t.

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Semifinals
Samoa Joe & NXT Champion Finn Balor vs. Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder. Sad that the NXT Championship won’t be on the line at this event but the pair of Balor and Joe have done great work with their tag team and this bout should be interesting as far as NXT pecking order goes. Should the face of the promotion get the win or should the current NXT tag team champions go over?

Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Semifinals
Rhyno & Baron Corbin vs. Chad Gable & Jason Jordan. The other semi-final of the tournament will be on the card as well. It seems like the pairing of Rhyno and Corbin are being primed to be apart of the finale of the tournament. However if Triple-H learned anything from Vince he could throw a monkey wrench into the equation and have Gable and Jordan win this bout.

Apollo Crews vs. Tyler Breeze

Bree who is long deserving of an NXT Title run will be handling the rookie, Crews in this affair. Will the long time veteran go over? Or will the WWE try to build the young upstart with a win over a the former multi time NXT Title challenger?

Asuka vs Dana Brooke

Japanese sensation Asuka will make her NXT major event debut here as well and will more than likely go over Dana Brooke to perhaps open the show.

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