We may have been no closer to finding out who are on NXT's men's and women's teams for Survivor Series, but fans were treated to a star-studded show at Full Sail.
Triple H promised some big names and they came from all angles early doors, with Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch returning to open the show.
She engaged in a dream match with Rhea Ripley before that was stopped by an interference from Shayna Baszler and her Horsewomen back-up.
Ricochet also made his presence felt back on NXT by attacking Kona Reeves and putting himself in a match with Matt Riddle - he lost in the end but SmackDown's Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura attacked both men post-match, in a brawl which also saw Roderick Strong and Finn Balor appear.
We then got The Revival's return to NXT where they were defeated by Undisputed Era's Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish in a match of the year contender, and Raw Tag Champions the Viking Raiders also came back to Orlando with a victory over the Forgotten Sons.
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There was much more to come though following the epic main event Ladder match between Adam Cole and Dominik Dijakovic.
The two men were battling for the advantage going into WarGames this Saturday, but after Cole retrieved the briefcase, attentions needed to be switched to the matter at hand a night later.
As Raw and SmackDown superstars swarmed Undisputed Era, things were still going on inside the ring, as Drew McIntyre took out Dijakovic with a Claymore Kick, then the Scot was dropped by a Keith Lee Powerbomb, and just when it looked like Cole had avoided damage - Seth Rollins appeared.
Met with immediate cheers, they soon turned to boos and a 'Seth's not cool' chant when the Kingslayer hit a Superkick on the NXT Champ.
With Rollins all along in the ring though and an army of stars sprawled out outside the ring, the 'Daddy' of NXT and the potential team captain for Sunday met him inside the squared circle.
That's right, Tommaso Ciampa came face-to-face with Rollins, and the two scrapped it out as NXT went off-air.
Unfortunately we didn't get to see more of it live, but a video uploaded to WWE's Twitter account shows that the two ended up teaming to fend off Undisputed Era.
So what did we learn from NXT last night?
Well all the brands are ready for war, and it does seem like Ciampa may be NXT's captain on Sunday night with Cole being tied-up with an NXT Championship defence.
With SmackDown still to come, along with WarGames and Survivor Series on consecutive nights, we are geared up for an incredible weekend of action.News Now - Sport News