In the electrifying world of WWE, Halloween Havoc has always been a night of surprises, twists, and thrilling showdowns. This year’s Halloween Havoc, which kicked off on “WWE NXT” last Tuesday, was no exception, delivering a night of unforgettable moments and fierce competition. The evening saw newcomers rise, championships change hands, and a spectacle of costumes that would make even the spookiest ghouls jealous.
As the WWE Universe tuned in, the action kicked off with Lexis King’s debut victory, capturing the attention of fans who were eager to see the rising star in action. Meanwhile, Chase U made headlines by winning the tag team titles from The D’Angelo Family, a remarkable feat that left the audience in awe.
The pinnacle of the night arrived when Lyra Valkyria clashed with the formidable Becky Lynch, ultimately dethroning the “NXT” Women’s Champion and ascending to the coveted championship throne. Valkyria’s victory was a testament to the fierce competition and the dedication of the women’s division in WWE.
Yet, while the in-ring action was exhilarating, it was the enchanting co-hosts of the evening, Shotzi and Scarlett, who truly stole the show. Their extraordinary costumes and captivating chemistry added a whole new layer of excitement to Halloween Havoc. Scarlett Bordeaux, making her debut as co-host, described the experience as “very hectic,” due to the multitude of wardrobe and makeup changes required throughout the show.
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“I knew I had a lot to live up to, because Shotzi has been the best host of all time for Halloween Havoc,” Scarlett remarked, acknowledging Shotzi’s previous stints hosting the event in 2020 and 2022. In 2021, the event was hosted by LA Knight, with a special appearance by the murderous doll, Chucky. Scarlett was determined to make a lasting impression with their costumes and makeup.
The two co-hosts, Shotzi and Scarlett, complemented the evening’s women’s matches seamlessly. With Blair Davenport and Gigi Dolin’s Lights Out Match, Roxanne Perez and Kiana James’ Devil’s Playground Match, and the title showdown between Valkyria and Lynch, the women’s division took center stage. The show even featured two Women’s Breakout Tournament semifinal contests, showcasing the depth of talent in the women’s roster.
“It was really cool to see the women shine last night,” Shotzi said, expressing her pride in the female superstars’ performances.
Shotzi’s enthusiasm for the remarkable performances by the female superstars of WWE was palpable as she shared her thoughts on the electrifying Halloween Havoc night. Her pride in the women’s division was evident, and she couldn’t help but express how cool it was to witness these talented athletes shining in the spotlight. From the intense matches to the Women’s Championship bout, the night was a testament to the dedication and skill of the women in WWE, leaving Shotzi and the entire audience thoroughly impressed.
Mutual praise flowed between the co-hosts as they shared their enthusiasm for working together. Scarlett Bordeaux commended Shotzi’s passion for Halloween, stating, “You are so passionate about it.” She further revealed that she would eagerly co-host the show again “in a heartbeat.”
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With the vibrant energy of the co-hosts, the triumphs of the competitors, and the spine-tingling costumes, this year’s Halloween Havoc left a lasting mark on WWE history. As the WWE Universe eagerly anticipates the next chapter, one thing is certain: the magic of Halloween Havoc will continue to enchant fans for years to come.