Last updated:  October 3, 2017

Originally published: October 3, 2017

( - WWE NXT is exclusively shown on the WWE Network and is worth your time, energy and effort to see it. You can see that the WWE will be around for a long time because of the talent pool that is constantly showcased here.

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NXT 413 on the WWE Network:

Verdict: You actually had 5 matches this episode.  Along with those 5 matches, you had 2 in-ring debuts for NXT!  You have to watch this episode.     

Episode tidbits

General Manager William Regal says Mae Young Classic Tournament winner Kairi Sane will take on 3 other women in a Fatal 4-way match at NXT Takeover Houston.  The other 3 women will be decided via matches in the upcoming weeks.

Lars Sullivan vs Danny Burch likely in the near future.  Burch saved Lorcan from extra punishment after Lorcan's match against Sullivan.

The Iconic Duo wants a rematch versus Ruby Riot and Nikki Cross.  Riot says she does not know if Cross will show up for the match, but if she does, she needs to stay out of her way.

William Regal granted Johnny Gargano a rematch against Andrade "Cien" Almas next week.

Aleister Black said he will not give a brat of a child attention, so he is not worried about the antics of The Velveteen Dream.  

NXT Champion Drew McIntyre will face Roderick Strong next week for the NXT Champion.  

Match 1: Lars Sullivan defeats Oney Lorcan (Match Grade: B-)

Lars truly looked like a powerful monster even when he was knocked down.

Match 2:  Heavy Machinery is too much for Demitrius Bronson & Patrick Scott (Match Grade: C+)

Heavy Machinery needs bigger and better competition.  You always get great tandem maneuvers with this team.

Match 3: Liv Morgan wins versus Vanessa Borne (Match Grade: C)

Both ladies have potential, but both need to pick up the pace in ring. 

Match 4: Kassius Ohno beats Fabian Aichner (Match Grade: C+)

Fabian has gotten a lot bigger since his 205 Tournament debut.  He is still strong, fast and agile.  Watch this match to see his rope work in his NXT debut.

Match 5: Adam Cole makes the most of his NXT debut with a win over Eric Young (Match Grade: C+)

Cole did not really bring the heat as I would have expected from a debut match.  Cole and his two buddies played the numbers game better than SAnitY this particular time.

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