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WWE NXT video highlights: North American title match

Tony D'Angelo challenged Carmelo Hayes for the title.

The new-look D'Angelo family imploded last night as Santos Escobar cost Tony D'Angelo a shot at winning the North American Championship.

D'Angelo challenged for Carmelo Hayes' North American title in the main event of last night's NXT. While the referee was distracted, D'Angelo wanted Escobar to pass him brass knuckles to use against Hayes. But Escobar instead slid the knuckles to Hayes, who knocked D'Angelo out with a punch and pinned him to retain the North American title.

The show ended with Legado del Fantasma staring down D'Angelo and his crew.

Earlier in the night, Cruz Del Toro & Joaquin Wilde lost to Roderick Strong & Damon Kemp due to a miscommunication with Stacks & Two Dimes.

Legado del Fantasma were forced to join the D'Angelo family after losing a six-man tag match at In Your House earlier this month. The D'Angelo family used brass knuckles to win that match.

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WWE NXT video highlights --

Solo Sikoa vs. Grayson Waller

Jordan Devlin is coming to NXT soon, is now known as JD McDonagh

Katana Chance & Kayden Carter vs. Yulisa Leon & Valentina Feroz

Wes Lee speaks, gets interrupted by Trick Williams

Tiffany Stratton is ready to put Wendy Choo to sleep for good

Roderick Strong & Damon Kemp vs. Cruz Del Toro & Joaquin Wilde

Ikemen Jiro confronts Giovanni Vinci

Roxanne Perez & Cora Jade want the NXT Women's Tag Team titles

Apollo Crews doesn't run from his fear anymore

Kiana James says Indi Hartwell gives the women's movement a bad name

Cameron Grimes vs. Edris Enofe

Thea Hail moves into her dorm room at Chase University

Nikkita Lyons is returning to NXT next week

Brooks Jensen vs. Von Wagner

Joe Gacy has given The Dyad a new purpose

Alba Fyre vs. Lash Legend

Carmelo Hayes vs. Tony D'Angelo for the NXT North American Championship

NXT fallout: When Carmelo Hayes shoots, he doesn't miss

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