NXT TakeOver XXX is this Saturday, August 22. At the event we will see Keith Lee defend the title for the first time at TakeOver against Karrion Kross, who will be accompanied by Scarlett.
The truth is that this is not the first time that Lee defends a title so Kross will have to keep his eyes wide open and ready for what is coming.
The event begins Saturday at 7 p.m. ET. It won’t be on regular cable TV, but you can still watch a live stream of NXT Takeover XXX on your computer, phone, or other connected device through WWE Network, the digital streaming service that has exclusive coverage of each PPV event, as well as a full on-demand library of previous WWE events.
You can start a month-long free trial of WWE Network right here, and then you can also watch SummerSlamm 2020 – this August 23rd. With the free trial you can watch the show on your computer through WWE.com, or on your phone (compatible with Android and iPhone), tablet, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One or other Compatible streaming device via WWE app.
NTX TakeOver XXX
We’re just hours away from what is sure to be an exciting and action-packed edition of NXT TakeOver. Tonight’s show will be NXT’s 30th TakeOver PPV, a monumental achievement for WWE’s Black & Gold brand, and as a result, Triple H and the NXT team would like to do something great.
At NXT Great American Bash, Keith Lee became the first man in history to win the North American Championship and the NXT at the same time. It wasn’t long before he and William Regal announced that he was giving up the North American Championship to give more chances to the roster, which was a massive babyface move.
This prompted William Regal to announce a “vacant” North American Championship ladder match at NXT TakeOver XXX. In recent weeks, we have seen many Superstars compete in qualifying matches to reserve their place in the ladder match.
Now, of the five competitors, Gargano and Dream have already been North American champions, so it is unlikely that they will win it again. Cameron Grimes has recently impressed, but he may not be ready yet. That leaves us with “The Thick Boi of NXT” Bronson Reed and “The Archer of Infamy” Damian Priest, who are my picks to come out as the new champion.