The feud between AJ Styles and Grayson Waller came to a head on last night's NXT.
In what was his first-ever singles match in NXT, Styles defeated Waller in last night's main event. Styles pinned Waller after hitting the Phenomenal Forearm.
After the match, Styles told Waller that he may be good -- but he's not phenomenal. Styles then said he wanted to introduce Waller to one of his friends.
LA Knight made his way out and attacked Waller. It was the first time Knight has appeared on NXT since being laid out in the parking lot by Waller last month.
Last night's NXT also featured the fallout from New Year's Evil. Bron Breakker cut his first promo as NXT Champion, thanking Tommaso Ciampa for their match and vowing to prove why he deserves to be NXT Champion every week.
More coverage from last night --
- Speak Now: Denise returns to break down NXT 2.0!
- First team qualifies for men's WWE NXT Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic
- WWE NXT live results: AJ Styles vs. Grayson Waller
WWE NXT video highlights --
The Bron Breakker era begins
Xyon Quinn vs. Santos Escobar
NXT 2.0 is all about Toxic Attraction
Cameron Grimes vs. Damon Kemp
Dusty Classic play-in match: Edris Enofe & Malik Blade vs. Joe Gacy & Harland
Crowbar on a Pole match: Pete Dunne vs. Tony D'Angelo
Kacy Catanzaro, Kayden Carter & Amari Miller vs. Indi Hartwell, Persia Pirotta & Wendy Choo
MSK have their sights set on repeating as Dusty Cup champions
Solo Sikoa vs. Boa
Carmelo Hayes celebrates last week's title vs. title match victory
Cameron Grimes is coming after the NXT North American Championship
AJ Styles vs. Grayson Waller
NXT fallout: AJ Styles says NXT 2.0 isn't his show -- it's LA Knight's
NXT fallout: AJ Styles could see himself working at the Performance Center when his career is over
NXT fallout: Indi Hartwell & Persia Pirotta were impressed with Wendy Choo
NXT fallout: Legado del Fantasma is stronger than ever