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Mandy Rose: Fans react to her NXT Worlds Collide gear

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WWE NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose defended her title during tonight’s NXT Worlds Collide event from the Capitol Wrestling Center.

Rose faced Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport in a triple threat at the event for both the NXT UK Women’s and NXT 2.0 Women’s Championship.

Here are some of the reactions from the fans online to Mandy’s ring gear at NXT Worlds Collide!

  • The gear 😍🔥😍
  • That Mandy’s new gear is awesome!!! 😍 #NXTWorldsCollide
  • So mandy rose pulled an Indy wrestling move, showing up at the arena right when her match was starting and already had her gear on #NXTWorldsCollide
  • Mandy Rose gear is insane

Check out the tweet below to see what all of the fuss was about!

Mandy Rose Gear WWE NXT Worlds Collide

Here are all of the matches set to take place tonight, and you can watch all of the action back now on demand through two streaming services!

  • NXT/NXT UK Championship Unification Match: Bron Breakker (c) vs. Tyler Bate (c)
  • NXT/NXT UK Women’s Championship Unification Match: Mandy Rose (c) vs. Meiko Satomura (c) vs. Blair Davenport
  • NXT/NXT UK Tag Team Championship Unification Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match: The Creed Brothers (c) vs. Brooks Jensen & Josh Briggs vs. Pretty Deadly vs. Gallus
  • NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: Kayden Carter & Katana Chance (c) vs. Nikki A.S.H. & Doudrop
  • North American Championship Match: Carmelo Hayes (c) vs. Ricochet

Fans in the United Kingdom can see all of the action via WWE Network, which currently works out at £9.99 per month for subscribers.

Pro wrestling fans in the United States can watch all of the action back on demand via the Peacock streaming service from NBC.

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