Never shy about voicing his opinion, Sam Gradwell has spent the last several weeks repeatedly voicing his displeasure that Trent Seven is considered a “founding father of NXT UK.” Gradwell claims that he is more deserving of such a title.
After a few arguments and physical altercations in recent weeks, the two veterans are set to collide in what should be a hard-hitting melee.
Seven has reinvigorated his career by cutting significant weight to challenge for the NXT Cruiserweight Title and even reformed Moustache Mountain with Tyler Bate to score a win against Noam Dar and Sha Samuels. Gradwell doesn’t seem impressed, however, as he has taken every opportunity to deride The Artful Dodger.
Speaking of personal encounters, Nathan Frazer is looking for payback this week when he collides with the outspoken Sha Samuels.
Frazer nearly claimed a landmark victory against Noam Dar in Heritage Cup Rules Match, only to be foiled when Samuels grabbed his leg when he was positioned on the ring apron, giving The Scottish Supernova enough time to recover and steal the win.
Will Frazer silence the boisterous Samuels, or will Samuels back up his chatter?
Additionally, Ashton Smith and Teoman will battle in singles competition after the two crossed paths and exchanged words in the gym last week. Plus, Kenny Williams returns to action against Andy Wild.
Don’t miss an incredible edition of NXT UK, streaming Thursday at 3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. GMT on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else!