Welcome to Bleacher Report's preview for the July 10 episode of NXT on the WWE Network. Spoilers are already out there, but if you want to know what will happen without having the matches spoiled for you, you're in the right place.
This is a light week for NXT, with only four matches scheduled instead of the usual five or six. This should, hopefully, allow each bout to have enough time to make an impression.
The weekly women's match is a big one, with the winner earning a shot at Charlotte's NXT Women's Championship. The energetic Bayley will be taking on Summer Rae for the No. 1 contender's spot.
Both women have shown their skills, but it's all about how well they can perform with each other. Charlotte seems destined to be called up to the main roster sooner than later, so whoever wins this match could very well be the next NXT Women's champion.
Who will be called up to the main roster first?
This could be a long bout with how light the schedule is this week, so hopefully this contest lives up to the reputation the NXT Divas have built in recent months.
Also in action this week is Sin Cara, who will be taking on Wesley Blake. Blake is still somewhat new to the scene and he has yet to pick up a victory in NXT. It should be interesting to see if WWE uses him as a jobber or if he will pick up his first win at the hands of someone on the main roster.
Bull Dempsey is set to take on Angelo Dawkins in what is most likely going to be the shortest match of the night. Dempsey has been on a roll lately, while Dawkins hasn't been so lucky. It's pretty easy to see where this one is going.
Dempsey likes to claim that he is the last of a dying breed in pro wrestling, but he's still proving himself to the NXT Universe. Time will tell if this throwback Superstar will catch on with the crowd.
The big event to watch is going to be the main event between the team of Sami Zayn and Adrian Neville and the team of Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel.
Last week featured Neville saving Zayn from a two-on-one attack from Gabriel and Kidd, so this match seemed inevitable.
The level of excitement is really going to be ramped up during this bout. All four men are known for taking big risks in the ring, so it's easy to imagine them putting on a spot-fest.
#NXT is the easiest show to watch. You get 1-2 good competitive matches, 1-2 lopsided bouts, and maybe an interview. 1hr. Fun & Easy.— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) July 5, 2014
One of the best things about #NXT...the announcers actually talk about the people in the match. Everything feels so much more important.— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) July 5, 2014
NXT is one of the best things WWE puts on each week. It's a healthy mix of experienced wrestlers and the next generation of talents honing their skills and putting on an entertaining product.
What are you looking forward to on this week's episode of NXT?
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