NXT TakeOver: Dallas Review

The hottest Wrestling Brand in town has taken its circus act on the road from Florida to Dallas as the stars of NXT were out to shine in the Lone Star State Friday night. Like a highly anticipated Texas high school football game, wrestling fans were ready to catch a glimpse into the future at NXT TakeOver: Dallas.

With WrestleMania on the horizon, the guys and girls of tomorrow - who dream of one day performing on the Grandest Stage of Them All - look to make a name for themselves just two days prior to the Big Event. Who will stand out and who will fizzle? While the main roster remains a pipe-dream for many, the time to prove something in now.

This is how the show in Dallas went down:


American Alpha vs. The Revival (NXT Tag Team Championship) 

If only the WWE tag team division could look like this. In what was reminiscent of an old-school tag team bout laced with new-school techniques, American Alpha and The Revival opened the show strong. (Even though The Revival botched a finish.)

There was a certain sense to this match; a undeniable sense that the NXT Tag Team Championship was set to change hands; and that's exactly what happened as Chad Gable and Jason Jordan would finally emerge as the top tag team in NXT.

Match Winners: American Alpha (NEW NXT Tag Team Champions)

Match Rating: 7/10

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