The 04/03/19 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 #37 of NXT UK by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

European Union vs. Amir Jordan and Kenny Williams

After Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel controlled things early on, Kenny Williams got hot and took out both guys on his own. Amir Jordan went for a big dive to the floor from the top rope and was caught by Aichner, which is stupid-strength.

This made things 2-on-1 against Williams in favor of the European Union. Somehow Williams managed to not only survive, but thrive, as he landed a roll-up outta nowhere to get the win for his team.

Amir Jordan and Kenny Williams appear to be next in line for the NXT UK Tag Team Championships, currently held by Grizzled Young Veterans.

Winner: Amir Jordan and Kenny Williams

Isla Dawn vs. Kay Lee Ray

Kay Lee Ray defeated Isla Dawn in what was a bit of a squash. Ray didn’t completely dominate Dawn, but the outcome of the match was never in any doubt, either.

Winner: Kay Lee Ray

Joe Coffey vs. Trent Seven

Trent Seven came out of the gates gun blazing. He kept Coffey off balance with a plethora of submission holds, all of which looked uncomfortable.

Things spilled out to the floor, where Coffey took over. He landed a nasty back suplex onto the guard rails, which ended up playing a huge role in the rest of the match.

Coffey locked in a bear hug and then hit a belly-to-belly suplex, but for whatever reason didn’t attempt a cover afterwards. This allowed for Seven to get back into the match, at least for a moment, anyway.

Seven hit a beautiful dragon suplex, then the Seven Star Lariat, but Coffey kicked out of both pinfall attempts. Seven locked in figure four leg lock, but Coffey managed to escape.

Coffey then locked a single leg Boston crab, which he eventually turned into a double leg Boston crab, tapping Trent Seven out.

Winner: Joe Coffey