The Good, the Great and the Awesome from NXT (6/26/14)

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The Good, the Great and the Awesome from NXT (6/26/14)
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Change was in the air Thursday night as NXT focused on a new and returning crop of talent sure to make the future of the brand both energetic and exciting.

The team of Aiden English and Simon Gotch, known collectively as the Vaudevillains, continued to win over the NXT Universe with their awesome entrance and another solid performance between the ropes, as they dispatched of local talents T. Perkins and Matt Sugarman is rather short order.

Newcomer Becky Lynch made a big splash by both capitalizing on the dissension within the BFFs and outwrestling Total Divas star Summer Rae en route to her first NXT win. Given her incredible Indy resume and her performance Thursday, the sky is the limit for the proud Irishwoman.

Bull Dempsey picked up what appears to be the first of many wins when he defeated main-roster star Xavier Woods in impressive, dominant fashion.

Enzo Amore made his long-awaited return to NXT, saving partner Colin Cassady from what was sure to be a two-on-one beatdown at the hands of Sylvester Lefort and Marcus Louis. The "realest guys in the room" had the NXT Universe on their feet and elicited the response of the night. Their path to the NXT Tag Team titles is a clear one if they can string together some wins.

The evening was capped off by a very competitive match between Rob Van Dam and NXT champion Adrian Neville.

With so many fresh faces infiltrating WWE Network and a champion to be proud of, NXT continues to be one of the best shows in all of professional wrestling.

Relive the June 26 episode now by checking out the very best of the best with The Good, the Great and the Awesome from NXT!

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