This past weekend, WWE’s NXT No Mercy brought fans an unexpected shock. Multiple storylines spun out of the event, with numerous spectators still deep in conversation over its outcome. Rest assured, this week’s post-event fallout will have plenty to unveil, particularly concerning the NXT North American Title.
A surprising twist came when Trick Williams stepped up for the North American Title match, an alteration made seemingly at the last minute. After all, the widely promoted match had initially been Mustafa Ali against Dominik Mysterio. Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio suggested that Williams’ inclusion seemed like a sudden decision.
The title’s future became even more intriguing when Bryan Alvarez, co-host of Wrestling Observer Radio, revealed that Mustafa Ali was never intended to win the match against Dominik Mysterio. It appears the plan aims to return the title to Mysterio, likely influenced by developments in the Carmelo Hayes storyline.
It’s worth noting that no rematch has officially been announced yet, but it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Trick Williams proposes one to Dominik in the coming weeks. If this does transpire, it might see Carmelo Hayes interfere, causing Mysterio to drop the title and reintroduce it into the Carmelo-Trick power struggle.
NXT No Mercy concluded with an explosive moment between Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams. Hayes didn’t waste the chance to scope out Williams’ new NXT North American Title. This up-close encounter leads the audience to speculate about the future dynamics between these rapidly rising stars.
Renowned wrestling commentator Dave Meltzer anticipates that Trick Williams is on track to become a significant presence in the WWE main roster, maybe even overshadowing Carmelo Hayes. As they both navigate their net steps, all eyes will undoubtedly remain on their rivalry. Could NXT be setting the stage for a showdown?
We’re eager to hear from our readers who’ve followed Trick Williams’ astonishing NXT title victory. Let’s keep the conversation going in the comments section.