The Exclusive Look at the Hidden Strategies in WWE NXT Men’s Breakout Tournament Bracket

The Exclusive Look at the Hidden Strategies in WWE NXT Men's Breakout Tournament Bracket

The brackets were announced of this year’s “WWE NXT” Men’s Breakout Tournament after the entire field was revealed to people on the Performance Center in Orlando on Tuesday night before the tournament began to kick into action on the TV show. The first match of the night was a huge success, seeing Oba Femi, who is a fan favorite of the tournament, beat Myles Borne. In the next round, Riley Osborne will take on Keanu Carver as well as Tavion Heights and Luca Crusifino will face off.

The match was announced during an interview with backstage Ava the other night that Lexis King will replace Trey Bearhill in the tournament to face Dion Lennox after King came out in a steel chair and swarmed at the contestants. At the time of time, it hasn’t been confirmed the match or matches that will be played in the coming week.

Femi that was signed on to “NXT” via the inaugural NIL Program, got a decisive win against Borne in a match on the Tuesday. The former athlete in track and field used the knowledge he gained from the SEC in the ring to earn victory. He’s appeared on “NXT” before, announcing his debut by beating Oro Mensah at “NXT” Spring Breakin’ in what would be his first match.

The winner will have a chance to win any of the championships they want to win. Cody Rhodes announced the return of this tournament on the episode on October 10 “NXT.” The former “NXT” Champion Carmelo Hayes was the winner of the 2021 Breakout Men’s Tournament, the most recent event on “NXT.”

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