Back by popular demand, its time for another Browning Review. Tonight, we review NXT Takeover: London, which was live from London, England.
There were 5 matches scheduled on the show. We start off with Triple H welcoming us to the show. He says that NXT is our brand. Well, Hunter, thank you for making me a fan of WWE again. Let’s waste no time and talk about the action.
Asuka vs. Emma
Those who are only are familiar with Emma’s main roster work are in for a surprise as she and Asuka put on a clinic. When Emma couldn’t beat Asuka clean, Emma and Dana Brooke used about every cheap trick in the book including trying to get Asuka DQ’d a la Eddie Guerrero.
There was plenty of back & forth action, but Asuka proved just how OVER she is within the NXT Universe. The live audience reacted to every move she made in a positive way. Emma was able to accentuate the devastating offensive onslaught of Asuka with strategic selling.
The plan failed and Asuka pulled off the victory. Asuka is proven that she is indeed the real deal and should be the next Women’s Champion.
Emma proved that she is a good heel and the main roster misused her greatly. This match earns an A+.