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WATCH: New Tag Team MSK Debut In NXT

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Former IMPACT Wrestling tag team The Rascalz debuted on NXT television this week. Now dubbed MSK, Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz officially entered the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic last night.

Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz defeated Isaiah “Swerve” Scott & Jake Atlas to advance to the second round of the tournament. The former Rascalz now go under new names in the promotion. Xavier’s name has been changed to Wes Lee, and Wentz is known as Nash Carter.

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It was announced back in December that the duo had signed for WWE, joining the NXT brand. The ‘farewell’ show for The Rascalz/MSK took place in IMPACT back in November.

Check out highlights from the team’s debut below:

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