The score appears to be far from settled though, and the same goes for The BruiserWeight’s issue with Killian Dain.
For the last month, Priest has been more than a thorn in the side of Dunne, first attacking him in a post-match ambush, and then getting the better of him in their first singles encounter.
This time, though, Dunne scored a victory by resorting to the same tactics used by Priest in their previous battle, catching The Archer of Infamy with a low blow out of the referee’s sight after countering Priest’s attempt to do the same. From there, Dunne locked Priest in a rolling cross armbreaker to force a submission.
Another recent enemy of Dunne’s — Dain —blindsided The BruiserWeight afterward. Priest refused to sit idly by and shoved Dain aside in a bid to take another shot at Dunne, but received a headbutt and a running cannonball against the steel steps from The Beast of Belfast for his troubles.
The bad blood between three of NXT’s hardest hitters has risen to a boiling point, creating an extremely combustible situation.
Article source: WWE.com