Last night, WWE NXT continued to bring its show on the road, making a stop in San Jose, Calif., as part of WrestleMania Axxess weekend.
After flirting with the move ever since his arrival in WWE, Japan's Hideo Itami finally hit his famous Go To Sleep (GTS) maneuver over Tyler Breeze in the opening contest. Itami had used the move before while working under the name KENTA, yet fans would probably associate the GTS with former WWE superstar CM Punk, who also used the finisher in his wrestling days.
It was the first time the move was used since Punk's departure in early 2014.
Also, Itami was the victor of a one-night NXT tournament, which means he'll be competing at the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal on the WrestleMania 31 pre-show, making his "Showcase of The Immortals" debut.