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Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Tournament winners CROWNED

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The WWE NXT Vengeance Day 2024 Premium Live Event featured the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic tournament, and now the winners are confirmed.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams teamed to face the tandem of Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin, who themselves have become a surprise hit over the past few weeks.

Breakker and Corbin took the win after Carmelo Hayes took a Spear from Bron Breakker for Trick Williams, cementing The Wolf Dog’s place in history and confirming them as the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Champions in 2024.

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  • WWE NXT Championship Match: Ilja Dragunov vs. Trick Williams
  • NXT Women’s Championship Match: Lyra Valkyria vs. Roxanne Perez
  • NXT North American Championship Match: Oba Femi vs. Dragon Lee
  • Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals: Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams vs. Bron Breakker & Baron Corbin
  • No DQ Match: Dijak vs. Joe Gacy
  • The Family (Tony D’Angelo, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo & Adriana Rizzo) vs. OTM (Lucien Price, Bronco Nima & Jaida Parker)

The WWE Network makes it easy for fans in the UK to watch this extravaganza back on demand from the comfort of their living rooms.

Available for a monthly fee of just £9.99 on a rolling contract, the network offers live streams of all WWE events, including WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Money in The Bank, SummerSlam and Survivor Series.

Fans in the United States can also watch the full event back in full via Peacock, the streaming service from NBC that is available from $5.99 a month (+tax) or $59.99 per year (+tax).

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