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After warding off worthy challenges from two bitter foes, Kay Lee Ray remains NXT UK Women’s Champion. The Queen of Scots got the better of Toni Storm and Piper Niven in a fast-paced encounter from the opening bell, beginning with Storm’s immediate attack on the defending champion before she could even remove her robe.
Wielding a steel chair, Kay Lee Ray exploited the no disqualification circumstances, wedging it into both Storm and Niven’s necks in succession. The Queen of Scots looked to escalate the brutality when she wrapped the chair around Storm’s head before Niven saved her from what likely would have been a career-threatening act.
Storm grabbed the chair moments later and exchanged words with Niven, while Kay Lee Ray happily watched. But instead, Storm ditched the chair and the two former allies brought the fight to the champion.
The partnership disintegrated shortly thereafter though, and the Queen of Scots exploited their infighting to hit a senton to both on the outside
The champion wasn’t the only one to capitalize on the rules. Storm’s obsession with regaining the title reared itself in an uncharacteristic move when she grabbed the official’s arm before he could count Niven’s shoulders down after Kay Lee Ray hit the Widow’s Peak/Gory Bomb combination.
Storm seemed set to regain her coveted title after hitting Niven with a rafter-kissing frogsplash, but the Queen of Scots swooped in with a perfectly timed super kick to steal the victory and retain her championship.