The 04/10/19 edition of WWE NXT UK, out of the SkyDome Arena in Coventry, England, just wrapped up. We’ve got the match results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #38 of NXT UK by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Travis Banks vs. Kassius Ohno

Things started off very slow, but once they got going, this ended up being a pretty good match.

Banks landed a few big kicks, sending Ohno to the floor. Banks then went for a dive, but Ohno caught him and landed a big boot.

Back in the ring, Ohno went for a moonsault, but Banks moved. Banks went right back to the kicks, but Ohno hit a knee to Banks’ bad shoulder, which turned the match around completely.

Ohno went after the shoulder for the rest of the match, and nearly got the victory, but Banks refused to quit. After pinning exchanges following a Kiwi Crusher from Banks and Rubik’s Cube Driver from Ohno, neither man could manage to score a pinfall.

Banks eventually got the better of a pinning combination exchange, earning the win in the process.

Winner: Travis Banks

Killer Kelly vs. Piper Niven

This was a showcase squash match. There was never any doubt who was going to win this match.

Post-match, Piper Niven and Rhea Ripley almost got into it. Ripley ran down for a sneak attack, but Niven saw her, and Ripley never got into the ring.

The two had a big face-off to close out the segment.

Winner: Piper Niven

Joseph Conners vs. Jack Starz

Joseph Conners and Jack Starz went back-and-forth early on. Starz showed a good amount fight and really hung in there, probably longer than he should have.

Conners talked a ton of trash. In fact, his cockiness almost cost him the match, but he ended up getting the W anyway.

Winner: Joseph Conners

Toni Storm (c) vs. Jinny

NXT UK Women’s Championship Match

Unlike every other match on this show, these two women went after it the moment the opening bell sounded. Storm did a great job of tying Jinny up in all kinds of awesome submission holds.

Jinny hit some explosive offensive maneuvers herself, including a few into the corner, but couldn’t get the job done. Three German suplexes, a powerbomb, and the Storm Zero led to Storm getting the win via pinfall.

Winner: Toni Storm