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WWE Referee Left In Freezer: Drama Unfolds In NXT

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A WWE referee found himself in a chilling predicament during a recent show, needing assistance after being locked up and left in a freezer by The Family, causing quite a stir by the end of the night.

Tony D’Angelo and The Family, despite being portrayed as babyfaces, exhibit behavior with criminal undertones, sparking a feud on NXT. The conflict arose when D’Angelo demanded payment from Charlie Dempsey for dealing with Drew Gulak. This led to escalating tensions, culminating in confrontations and physical altercations between the parties involved.

D’Angelo’s pursuit of the NXT Heritage Cup, currently held by The No Quarter Catch Crew, added fuel to the fire. Dempsey, invoking the Catch Clause, hinted at a potential showdown with D’Angelo, setting the stage for a high-stakes encounter. However, the situation took a dark turn as D’Angelo and Stacks resorted to underhanded tactics, including incapacitating members of The Catch Crew to gain the upper hand.

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The real referee, a victim of The Family’s scheming, found himself locked in a freezer, shirtless and in distress, requiring urgent assistance. With Dempsey set to face D’Angelo alone, following his teammates’ injuries, the odds seem stacked against him. The looming threat of D’Angelo’s reinforcements further complicates the situation, raising questions about potential repercussions from management for The Family’s reprehensible actions.

As tensions escalate and loyalties are tested, the unfolding drama in NXT promises an intense showdown between rival factions. With the fate of the Heritage Cup hanging in the balance and lingering animosity between D’Angelo and Dempsey, the stage is set for a dramatic clash with far-reaching consequences.

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