Preview: WWE NXT 2.0 (11/30/21) – WarGames Go-Home Show

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The final show ahead of NXT WarGames is here as NXT 2.0 will be all about the big show. Two ladder matches are set to see which team earns the advantage in each respective WarGames Match while a number one contender match will go down to decide who faces off with Imperium for the NXT Tag Team Championship at the event as well. Here’s a look at this WarGames go-home edition of NXT 2.0.

NXT 2.0 Card (11/30/21) WarGames Go-Home Show

— Number One Contender’s Match: Von Wagner & Kyle O’Reilly vs. Legado del Fantasma

— Cameron Grimes vs. Andre Chase

— Joe Gacy Invitational

— Women’s WarGames Advantage: Dakota Kai vs. Kay Lee Ray in a Ladder Match

— Men’s WarGames Advantage: TBA vs. TBA in a Ladder Match

Women’s WarGames Advantage: Dakota Kai vs. Kay Lee Ray in a Ladder Match

A lock come WarGames time, Dakota Kai and Kay Lee Ray will represent their respective teams in an effort to get the massive advantage of one woman up as each entrant occurs. Kai’s entry into this is one of the most interesting as her past in WarGames saw her turn her back on former best friend Tegan Nox and try to cost her team in the effort. Now that she has revenge on her mind with Raquel Gonzalez, she likely won’t be doing the same with her partners in Toxic Attraction.

Kay Lee Ray, on the other hand, also has experience as a member of the first women’s WarGames match. KLR has been all about rage since reappearing in NXT 2.0 and that mixed with whatever the twitching Kai is doing should lead to a wild outing in this one. They are among the best in NXT 2.0 inside the squared circle so this should be a must-watch.

Men’s WarGames Advantage: TBA vs. TBA in a Ladder Match

Fans have been allowed the opportunity to vote for who they want to see representing the new and old generations ahead of the Men’s WarGames match with the advantage on the line. Potential matchups include a Tommaso Ciampa vs. Bron Breakker rematch, Johnny Gargano and Carmelo Hayes facing off in singles for the first time, or maybe even a champion vs. champion match. Time will tell.

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