Skip to main content

WWE NXT video highlights: Zoey Stark returns, wins battle royal

Stark became the new number one contender to the NXT Women's Championship.

A former tag team champion returned to NXT last night and became the new number one contender to the NXT Women's Championship.

Zoey Stark made her return last night, winning a 20-woman number one contender's battle royal for the next shot at Mandy Rose's title. Stark had been out of action since tearing her ACL at NXT Halloween Havoc last October.

After bailing at the start of the battle royal, Cora Jade returned and attempted to steal the win at the end, but Stark sent Jade over the top rope to get the victory.

Jade turned heel by attacking Roxanne Perez on last week's NXT. Last night, Jade explained her actions, claiming that Perez challenging for the NXT Women's Championship last week showed that Perez didn't care about her. Jade said Perez used her to get to NXT.

Jade ended her promo by throwing her NXT Women's Tag Team title belt in the trash.

More coverage from last night --

WWE NXT video highlights --

Cameron Grimes vs. JD McDonagh

Cora Jade explains her actions

Xyon Quinn says Apollo Crews couldn't cut it in the big leagues

Damon Kemp vs. Roderick Strong

Diamond Mine's issues with the D'Angelo family are just getting started

Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen vs. Pretty Deadly for the NXT UK Tag Team titles

The Dyad reveal their true identities

Wes Lee is ready to take a pair of detours before getting back on his journey

Bron Breakker vows to make JD McDonagh pay for his Great American Bash attack

Von Wagner attacks Solo Sikoa outside SmackDown

Diamond Mine are the strongest family in NXT

Axiom debuts

Giovanni Vinci takes issue with Chase U's pep rally

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams discuss their next step

Cameron Grimes runs into Joe Gacy

Tony D'Angelo accepts Diamond Mine's challenge for an eight-man tag match

Number one contender's battle royal

NXT fallout: Zoey Stark is focused on the NXT Women's Championship

NXT fallout: Briggs & Jensen won't be losing their tag titles any time soon