The invasions have continued as we get even closer to Survivor Series on November 24.
The night after Crown Jewel saw the first shots being fired by NXT, and since then there has been utter pandemonium on not only Raw and SmackDown, but on Wednesday nights too - and we're not talking about AEW.
The most interesting aspects of this year's invasions has been the inclusion of NXT for the first time ever as part of Survivor Series, and it's seen the main roster debuts of Adam Cole, WALTER and many more top talents.
But we've also seen some of the main roster head down to Full Sail to give NXT a bit back - last week AJ Styles, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows decided to attack Undisputed Era.
Brand warfare is at stake at Survivor Series, and there will be Triple Threat matches involving champions across the card, as well as the five on five on five elimination bouts that have become a staple for the event.
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One of the three-ways will see Becky Lynch face off against Bayley and Shayna Baszler in an all-Women's Champion contest, and the trio have been taking it in turns to beat each other up in recent weeks.
WWE even flew Baszler out to the UK last week for the SmackDown and Raw tapings, getting involved on both shows in the process, but it was Bayley's chance for some retribution this week as she returned to her former home.
As Baszler stood on the stage at the end of last night's NXT, celebrating the fact Io Shirai had gained the WarGames advantage for Team Baszler, Bayley jumped her from behind with a vicious chair shot to the back.
She then hit her newest finishing move on the former MMA star, dropping her head-first onto the NXT Women's Title belt, and then scarpered when Team Baszler made their way up the ramp.
A successful homecoming for the new bad Bayley, and she will be hoping for similar results when she rolls into Chicago next weekend for Survivor Series.
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