The WWE NXT TakeOver: Toronto II event came and went with a shocking anomaly. Not one single title changed hands on the show, despite it being the company’s second-biggest weekend of the year.
Many people came into the weekend believing that The Undisputed Era would end up with a clean sweep of titles, with Adam Cole retaining his NXT title, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish winning the tag belts, and Roderick Strong winning the North American title.
Adam Cole won but his partners in the Undisputed Era lost.
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) August 9, 2019
Wrestling Inc reports that all changed when the NXT taped their next month of shows this past week.
Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish demanded a rematch for the NXT tag team titles since video proof showed that Fish was the legal man in the match where they lost to the Street Profits.
At the NXT TV tapings, O’Reilly and Fish beat the Street Profits and now the Undisputed Era hold the NXT and NXT tag team titles.
Roderick Strong is still not a champion and it looks like NXT is moving Pete Dunne into a feud with Velveteen Dream for the North American title, so Roddy might be the odd man out.
The Street Profits have been appearing every week on Monday Night Raw, usually fanboying over wrestlers or hyping upcoming matches.
It has given fans a chance to get to know the brash duo and it might be time for them to move up officially to Raw and start competing on Monday nights.
Many people thought the Undisputed Era was coming up to the main roster but with three of the four wrestlers holding NXT gold, there seems to be no reason to move them up and they can keep dominating the Gold Brand for a little while longer.
WWE NXT airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on WWE Network.