Dakota Kai w/Raquel Gonzalez vs. Mia Yim
Yim was firing up on Kai when Gonzalez interfered by giving Yim a Snake Eyes on the apron. The show went to commercial, and Kai was working over Yim when the show returned from the break.
Yim soon made a comeback that led to a shotgun dropkick and a cannonball in a corner for a near fall. Kai cut her off and hit her with kicks, and then the Kai-ropractor. Yim kicked out and moments later blocked a face wash. Yim with a powerbomb for two.
Gonzalez was causing a distraction at ringside, which allowed Kai to roll up Yim. The referee was busy warning Gonzalez and missed the pin. Yim escaped, and Kai walked into Protect Ya Neck. Yim then covered Kai for the pinfall.
Winner: Mia Yim
Yim advances to the ladder match at TakeOver. Gonzalez got her heat back after the match as she attacked Yim to leave her laying. Yim had taken a chokeslam from Gonzalez and left for dead, but Yim still got to her feet as the crowd chanted her name.
NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley came to the ring for a promo. She said Charlotte Flair would be knocked on her ass at WrestleMania. Flair then interrupted to confront Ripley. Flair also heeled on the crowd, and the crowd chanted “go back to Raw” at her. Flair vowed to beat Ripley at WrestleMania. She was going to drowned the fast rising star.
A brawl erupted and Flair hit Ripley with a high kick, and went for the Figure Eight. Ripley countered, but Flair was able to trip up Ripley. Flair wrapped Ripley’s leg around a ring post, and then she applied the Bret Hart fighure-four around the post until more officials poured out to break up the hold.
Tegan Nox vs. Deonna Purrazzo
Perazzo took most of the match as Nox sold. Perazzo was going for a Fujiwara armbar when Nox fired up and delivered the shining wizard to score the pinfall.
Winner: Deonna Purrazzo
Tegan Nox also advances to the ladder match.
Next Week: Candice LeRae vs. Mercedes Martinez in another qualifier for the TakeOver Ladder match.