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 Who is Tyler?

Tyler Bate is a 22 year old professional wrestler from Dudley, England. After wrestling for independent wrestling promotions throughout the UK and Europe, Tyler rose to fame on a global level when he won the tournament to crown WWE’s inaugural United Kingdom Championship in January 2017.

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WWE’s developmental brand NXT features the next crop off WWE Superstars. Catch the weekly TV show exclusively on the WWE Network.



In June 2018, WWE launched their newest developmental brand WWE NXT UK. With episodes filming in July, August and September, stay tuned for details on when the show will air.

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NXT TakeOver: Toronto
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Tyler Bate & WALTER were shown in the crowd during NXT TakeOver: Toronto to promote their match at NXT UK Takeover: Cardiff

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Video: Don’t count out Moustache Mountain
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“The Big Strong Bois” may have come up short against The Forgotten Sons in the Dusty Classic Semifinals, but they know what it takes to rebound from a setback.

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WWE NXT – March 13
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Forgotten Sons def. Moustache Mountain in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Semifinals

The slick teamwork of Moustache Mountain pushed Tyler Bate & Trent Seven to the brink of victory against Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake, but it wasn’t enough to nullify the ferocious presence of Jaxson Ryker.
The Forgotten Sons’ “heavy hitter” disrupted the Semifinal Match as the back-and-forth battle entered the home stretch. By that point, Seven had already survived a prolonged attack on his knee and tagged in “Textbook” Tyler, whose insane power and athleticism turned the tide in Moustache Mountain’s favor. Bate & Seven felled Wesley Blake with their trusty rebound punch/Dragon suplex combination and went for the pin, but Ryker sneakily draped Blake’s foot over the bottom rope, forcing a rope break.
Moments later, “The Big Strong Bois” set up Cutler for another one of their signature double-team moves — the Burning Hammer/knee drop combo — but Blake shoved Bate to the floor, where Ryker walloped him with a vicious blow. The menacing Superstar then rolled Bate into the ring, leaving him easy prey for Blake & Cutler, who devoured him with a tandem inverted DDT/stomp for the three-count and passage into the 2019 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Final.

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NXT Preview – March 13
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Will “The Big Strong Bois” overcome “The Savages of NXT?”

Trent Seven & Tyler Bate bested Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins in an exhilarating matchup during last week’s first-round bout. However, the battle-tested duo will face as tough a challenge as they’ve seen when they step up against the brute and grizzled force of Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake.
Constantly operating with a chip on their shoulders, The Forgotten Sons have earned a reputation for leaving wreckage whenever they step into a ring. That much was certain during their chaotic First-Round Match against Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch, which culminated in Cutler & Blake unloading a cache of punishing tandem offense that left their opponents sprawled across the canvas. Do Moustache Mountain have what it takes to bypass the threat of Cutler & Blake and advance to the next round of the Dusty Classic? Or will The Forgotten Sons make this another successful Do Unto Others tour stop?
Find out this Wednesday at 8/7 C, only on WWE Network.

WWE NXT – March 6
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Moustache Mountain def. Street Profits
Moustache Mountain put a stop to Street Profits’ Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic plans by punching a ticket to the Semifinals.

From the jump, Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins showed off their signature unparalleled athleticism, forcing Trent Seven & Tyler Bate into defensive mode. But trying to make short work of the former NXT Tag Team Champions would ultimately leave the Profits prone to an upset.

After Bate kicked out of a pin attempt following a pop-up spinebuster and frog splash combination by Dawkins & Ford, the Profits’ teeming frustration exposed an opening for Seven to knock Ford to the floor with a Dragon Suplex on the apron. At that point, Seven met Bate inside the ring to hit Dawkins with an emphatic Torture Rack/flying knee drop combo for the win and a spot in the Semifinals, where they will face The Forgotten Sons.

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NXT Preview – March 6
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Moustache Mountain battle The Street Profits
The NXT Universe might have a hard time picking a favorite when Moustache Mountain throw down with The Street Profits in the First Round. Tyler Bate & Trent Seven are searching for their first taste of championship gold since losing the NXT Tag Team Titles last summer, while Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford are looking to add to their coffer, which already includes the EVOLVE Tag Team Championships. Will Bate & Seven’s post-modern British style of combat carry the Big Strong Bois into the Semifinals, or can Ford & Dawkins thunder-and-lightning combination result in a win for the Sultans of Swag?

WWE NXT – February 27
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It was announced that Moustache Mountain will be competing in the 2019 Dusty Rhodes Classic.

Moustache Mountain were originally to compete in the 2018 tournament until Tyler suffered a knee injury and were removed from the tournament.

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NXT Spoilers
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WWE releases Moustache Mountain T-Shirt
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WWE has released the first WWE NXT Authentic Moustache Mountain T-shirt. The shirt is available to purchase at

The shirt is available in mens, womens and youth sizes.

NXT Takeover: Brooklyn 4
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NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed ERA def. Moustache Mountain
The old saying is: If you’re going through hell, keep going. That might apply to The Undisputed ERA in a way they didn’t anticipate. The NXT Tag Team Champions’ grueling defense against Moustache Mountain may end up being little more than a five-star appetizer en route to a feast by the War Raiders, who made good on their promise to target whoever left NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV as Tag Team Champions.

If Undisputed ERA’s destiny is to defend the titles against the War Raiders, however, they certainly earned the honor. Moustache Mountain came to Brooklyn more than prepared for the champions’ chicanery, with Tyler Bate & Trent Seven excellent both individually and in tandem. It was a performance as well-oiled as their ’staches, but what they weren’t prepared for was Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong’s tenacity.

Both the Tyler Driver ’97 and Seven Stars Lariat failed to earn pinfalls, as did their tandem kneedrop-Burning Hammer combo. Inevitably, Moustache Mountain found themselves in a mirror image of their title loss, with Bate trapped in an agonizing heel hook and Seven narrowly convincing himself not to throw in the towel. Bate managed to muscle his way back to Seven to tag in, but his damaged leg left him just hindered enough for Strong to blast him out of the ring with a knee. UE quickly transitioned to a High-Low to Seven, putting him down for a successful pinfall. That’s when the War Raiders struck, obliterating O’Reilly & Strong in a beatdown that seems to foretell disaster for the champions down the line. Suffice it to say, retaining the NXT Tag Team Titles may be the worst decision The Undisputed ERA ever made.

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