Preview: Coming Up NXT for 3/11/20: A TakeOver Worthy Edition

Another Wednesday, another Coming Up NXT previewing Wednesday’s edition on the USA Network. With Takeover: Tampa Bay literally 3 weeks away, tensions are high throughout the entire black and gold brand. And fresh off a high stakes edition last week, the superstars of NXT are now looking to make a statement to be added to the historic card on the night before Wrestlemania. Let’s take a look at what will take place on Wednesday’s edition of the show!


This Week Will Be Live From WWE Performance Center!

While the Full Sail campus, aptly named NXT arena, will be occupied. WWE has moved this week’s edition to the home of all the future stars of WWE: The Performance Center. With this special location, which has hosted Halftime Heat during last year’s Superbowl, will the superstars of NXT be extra motivated to show up and show out?

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The Women’s Championship #1 Contenders Match Heats Up!

After Chelsea Green became the first woman to qualify for the big ladder match at TakeOver: Tampa, who will become the next woman to add her name to the brand’s history? With plenty of competition to go around, you can only expect another qualifying match will take place on this week’s edition of the show!

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A TakeOver Worthy Match for the North American Title!

After their microphone check clash last week on the show, the Technical Savage Cameron gets his wish and challenges The Limitless One, Keith Lee for the North American Championship. With TakeOver weeks away, will Lee continue his reign of dominance and make another moment on Wednesday? Or will Grimes score his first title win in the brand and begin his ascent up the black and gold hierarchy?

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A TakeOver: Portland Tag Team Title Rematch!

And finally, this week’s sure-fire main event will be the BROserweights, the undefeated team of Matt Riddle and Pete Dunne, and former champions, Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly of the Undisputed Era face off in this rematch for the Tag Team Championships. Can the UE once again drape in gold with Fish and O’Reilly becoming NXT’s only 4-time champions or will Riddle and Dunne continue to be the most dominant and undefeated duo in the brand’s history?

Hopefully, we will get more on Finn Balor’s focus on WALTER, Velveteen’s emphatic ending of last week’s edition as he targets Adam Cole and more matches to be added to Takeover: Tampa Bay ONLY on USA!

John Caul is a longtime wrestling fan since the Attitude Era. A former color commentator for several independent companies and former owner of independent wrestling company Imperial World Wrestling, John currently spends his time interacting with wrestling fans on Twitter while enjoying podcasts such as Cheap Heat and Jobber Tears.