WrestleMania week is upon us, which means there’s a lot of wrestling to watch in the coming days Apart from ‘Mania itself, which caps the week off on Saturday and Sunday, there’s also the Hall of Fame and, for the first time ever, two nights of NXT TakeOver TakeOver: Stand and Deliver takes place on April 7 and 8, with the first night airing on USA Network and both nights streaming on Peacock (and not the WWE Network) NXT TakeOver Stand and Deliver: How to watch on Peacock, start times and match card Two nights of NXT TakeOver
Night 1 of Stand and Deliver will be headlined by the NXT Women’s Championship match between Io Shirai and challenger Raquel González — though they’ll have a tough time following the sub-main event, Walter versus Tommaso Ciampa Night 2 has the dual main events of Kyle O’Reilly taking on Adam Cole and Fin Balor defending his NXT title against Karrion Kross
How to Watch on Peacock and the USA Network
NXT broadcasts from the USA Network each Wednesday (although it’ll change to Tuesdays from next week), but this week’s show will be replaced with Night 1 of NXT TakeOver: Stand and Deliver In essence, TV viewers get a pay-per-view quality TV show to enjoy this Wednesday It’ll also air on NBC’s Peacock streaming service Crucially, Night 2 on Thursday takes place exclusively on Peacock
That’s Peacock and not the WWE Network WWE has effectively deactivated the Network in the US, and from now on all pay-per-view events stream from Peacock You can’t switch membership, so you’ll need to sign up for Peacock Premium ($5 a month) to watch NXT TakeOver: Stand and Deliver as well as WrestleMania Find out more here
The NXT Women’s Championship headlines Night 1
Night 1 airs at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET on the USA Network and Peacock on Wednesday, April 7 Night 2 airs at the same time, but exclusively on Peacock, on Thursday, April 8
Wrestling fans across the pond will have to stay up late, as the shows start at midnight UK time Audiences Down Under will need to carve out some of their 9-to-5 to watch the show, as it airs at 10 am AEST Viewers in both regions can watch NXT TakeOver on the WWE Network, which still works like it always has outside of the US
NXT TakeOver: Stand and Deliver Night 1
NXT Women’s Championship: Io Shirai (c) vs Raquel González
NXT UK Championship: Walter (c) vs Tommaso Ciampa
Pete Dunn vs Kushida
NXT Tag Team Championship match: MSK vs Grizzled Young Veterans vs Legado Del Fantasma
Six-man Gauntlet Elimination for a shot at North American Championship: Leon Ruff vs Isaiah “Swerve” Scott vs Bronson Reed vs Cameron Grimes vs Dexter Lumis vs LA Knight
NXT TakeOver: Stand and Deliver Night 2
NXT Championship: Finn Balor vs Karrion Kross
Unsanctioned match: Adam Cole vs Kyle O’Reilly
NXT North American Championship: Johnny Gargano vs Night 1 Gauntlet match winner
NXT Cruiserweight Championship ladder match: Jordan Devlin vs Santos Escobar
NXT Women’s Championship match: Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart (c) vs The Way
NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver is an upcoming professional wrestling television special, pay-per-view, and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their NXT brand division It is scheduled to take place on April 7 and 8, 2021, and will be broadcast from the Capitol Wrestling Center, hosted at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida
It will be the 34th NXT TakeOver event and the first to take place over the span of two nights Both nights are scheduled to air on the WWE Network, thus marking the first WWE in-ring event to air on Peacock’s WWE Network channel in the United States following the shutdown of the aforementioned service’s standalone American version on April 4 The first night will also air in NXT’s weekly Wednesday night timeslot on the USA Network, making it the first TakeOver to air on television and the final NXT broadcast on Wednesdays before moving to Tuesdays on April 13 The second night will air on traditional pay-per-view in addition to the WWE Network
Night one of WWE NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver is all set to pop off tonight (Wed, April 7, 2020) at 8 pm ET, live on USA & Peacock!
CagesideSeatscom will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, match-by-match coverage of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver Night One below, beginning with the first match of the evening and right on through to the main event
Tonight’s show comes our way from the Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, and it’s offering up the usual stacked card While you’re waiting for the show to begin, dig into our predictions – as well as a preview of tonight’s card!
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WWE NXT TAKEOVER: STAND & DELIVER NIGHT ONE QUICK RESULTS
Raquel González vs Io Shirai
Tommaso Ciampa vs WALTER
MSK vs Grizzled Young Veterans vs Legado Del Fantasma
North American title #1 contender Gauntlet
Pete Dunne vs Kushida
Zoey Stark vs Toni Storm
WWE NXT Takeover 2021: Stand and Deliver Full Match Card, When and Where to Watch, Live Streaming Details
Another pay-per-view (PPV) calendar event awaits as NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver goes down before two nights of the final marquee event – WrestleMania 37 The NXT Takeover will be the first-ever two-night event and the card is absolutely stacked with matches that have potential for tremendous action
The two-night festivities kickstart on Thursday, April 8, till Friday, April 10, 5:30 am IST, with some of the most exciting match-ups in NXT history
The first day of the event will be headlined by a fight for the NXT women’s championship as Io Shirai defends her championship against Raquel Gonzalez While, the second day headliner match will be an NXT championship battle between champ Finn Balor and former champion Karrion Kross among others Apart from the headline matches, six championships will be on the line throughout the two-day grand event