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Worlds Collide (2022)

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Worlds Collide
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Promotional poster featuring Bron Breakker and Tyler Bate
PromotionWWE
Brand(s)NXT
NXT UK
DateSeptember 4, 2022
CityOrlando, Florida
VenueWWE Performance Center
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The 2022 Worlds Collide was the third Worlds Collide professional wrestling livestreaming event produced by WWE. While the event was held for wrestlers primarily from the promotion's NXT and NXT UK brand divisions, Worlds Collide also featured some wrestlers from WWE's main roster brands, Raw and SmackDown. It took place on September 4, 2022, at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. It was the first Worlds Collide event since 2020 and also the final event for NXT UK, which will relaunch as NXT Europe in 2023. This was also the final NXT event in which the brand was called "NXT 2.0", as 9 days later, the "2.0" moniker was dropped, reverting the brand to NXT.

Five matches were contested at the event, all of which were interbrand championship matches and three saw all but one of NXT UK's championships unified into their respective NXT championship counterparts. In the main event, NXT Champion Bron Breakker defeated NXT United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate to unify both championships. Other prominent matches saw NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose defeat NXT UK Women's Champion Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport in a triple threat match to unify both women's championships, Katana Chance and Kayden Carter defeat Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. to retain the NXT Women's Tag Team Championship, and Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince and Kit Wilson) defeated NXT Tag Team Champions The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed), NXT UK Tag Team Champions Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs, and Gallus (Mark Coffey and Wolfgang) in a fatal four-way tag team elimination match to unify both tag team championships. The NXT UK Heritage Cup was the only championship that was not unified into an NXT championship and was the only championship between the two brands that was not defended at the event.

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Championship unification

Championship unification

Championship unification is the act of combining two or more separate professional wrestling championships into a single title.

Bron Breakker

Bron Breakker

Bronson Rechsteiner is an American professional wrestler and former American football player. He is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Bron Breakker and is the current NXT Champion in his second reign. A second-generation professional wrestler, Rechsteiner is the son of Rick Steiner and the nephew of Scott Steiner.

Mandy Rose

Mandy Rose

Amanda Rose Saccomanno is an American professional wrestler, television personality, and fitness and figure competitor. She is signed to WWE, where she performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Mandy Rose and is the current NXT Women's Champion in her first reign.

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is currently signed to the American promotion WWE performing on the NXT brand and the Japanese promotion Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling. She was a one-time NXT UK Women's Champion.

Blair Davenport

Blair Davenport

Beatrice St. Clere Priestley is an English-New Zealand professional wrestler, best known by the ring name Bea Priestley. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Blair Davenport. From 2017 until 2021, she wrestled for World Wonder Ring Stardom and she also made appearances in New Japan Pro-Wrestling serving as Will Ospreay’s valet.

Kayden Carter

Kayden Carter

Allyssa Lyn "Lacey" Lane is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE under the ring name Kayden Carter, performing on the NXT brand. She is a current NXT Women's Tag Team Champion with Katana Chance.

Doudrop

Doudrop

Kimberly Benson is a Scottish professional wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Doudrop. Benson began her career on the independent circuit under the name Viper; after joining WWE, she originally performed on its NXT UK brand as Piper Niven. She is a former two-time ICW Women's Champion, one-time Artist of Stardom Champion, one-time SWA World Champion, and two-time WWE 24/7 Champion.

Brooks Jensen

Brooks Jensen

Benjamin Buchanan is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Brooks Jensen. In WWE, he is a one-time NXT UK Tag Team Champion with Josh Briggs, and he and Briggs are recognized as the final holders of the championship.

Josh Briggs

Josh Briggs

Joshua Bruns is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Josh Briggs. He is currently signed to WWE where he performs on the NXT brand. In WWE, he is a one-time NXT UK Tag Team Champion with Brooks Jensen, and he and Jensen are recognized as the final holders of the championship. He previously appeared for Evolve, where he was the final Evolve Champion.

Gallus (professional wrestling)

Gallus (professional wrestling)

Gallus are a British professional wrestling stable consisting of real-life brothers Joe and Mark Coffey; and Wolfgang. They are currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the NXT brand.

Mark Coffey

Mark Coffey

Mark Coffey is a Scottish professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand. He is the younger brother of Joe Coffey and the pair occasionally tag team together as The Coffey Brothers. Previously he has wrestled for Defiant Wrestling and Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW). He is a former NXT UK Tag Team Champion and a winner of the NXT UK Heritage Cup.

Production

Background

Worlds Collide is a series of professional wrestling shows that began on January 26, 2019, when WWE held an interbrand tournament featuring wrestlers from the NXT, NXT UK, and the now-defunct 205 Live brands.[1][2][3] After not being held in 2021, WWE announced on August 16, 2022, that Worlds Collide would return on September 4, 2022, and be held at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. It was the third Worlds Collide event and primarily featured wrestlers from the NXT and NXT UK brands. The announcement also confirmed that this would be the final event for NXT UK; following the event, the brand went on hiatus and will relaunch as NXT Europe in 2023. In addition to the WWE Network in international markets, it was available to livestream on Peacock in the United States, due to the American version of the WWE Network merging under Peacock in March 2021.[4][5]

Storylines

Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
Commentators Vic Joseph
Wade Barrett
Spanish commentators Marcelo Rodríguez
Jerry Soto
Ring announcer Alicia Taylor
Referees Adrian Butler
Chip Danning
Joey Gonzalez
Dallas Irvin
Derek Sanders
Pre-show panel Sam Roberts
McKenzie Mitchell

The card included matches that resulted from scripted storylines, where wrestlers portrayed heroes, villains, or less distinguishable characters in scripted events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches. Results was predetermined by WWE's writers on the NXT and NXT UK brands, while storylines were produced on the NXT 2.0 and NXT UK television programs.[6][7]

After NXT Champion Bron Breakker had successfully retained his title at Heatwave, NXT United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate appeared to confront Breakker.[8] On the August 23 episode of NXT 2.0, both Bate and Breakker signed a contract for a championship unification match to take place at Worlds Collide.[9]

On the August 23 episode of NXT 2.0, NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose confronted Blair Davenport and demanded respect from her. NXT UK Women's Champion Meiko Satomura joined the confrontation, and the two champions argued who was better. The champions then agreed to a title unification match at Worlds Collide, with Davenport also being added to the match due to being the #1 contender for the NXT UK Women's Championship.[9]

On the August 2 episode of NXT 2.0, Katana Chance and Kayden Carter won a Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Elimination Match to win the vacant NXT Women's Tag Team Championships.[10] After being featured in backstage segments over the next few weeks, on the August 30 episode of NXT 2.0, they defeated Ivy Nile and Tatum Paxley in a non-title match. Afterwards, Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. from Raw appeared and challenged Catanzaro and Carter for the titles at Worlds Collide, which was made official.[11]

On the August 30 episode of NXT 2.0, during a mixed six-person tag team match that pitted Brooks Jensen, Josh Briggs, and Fallon Henley against Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince and Kit Wilson) and Lash Legend, Gallus (Mark Coffey and Wolfgang) interfered in favour of Legend and Pretty Deadly and helped them to win. On the same episode, after Joe Coffey and Wolfgang defeated The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed), a brawl started between both teams, as Pretty Deadly and Briggs and Jensen joined the fight. This led to a fatal four-way tag team elimination match being scheduled between NXT Tag Team Champions The Creed Brothers, NXT UK Tag Team Champions Briggs and Jensen, Gallus, and Pretty Deadly at Worlds Collide, which would also be a title unification match.[11]

On the August 30 episode of NXT 2.0, NXT North American Champion Carmelo Hayes, alongside Trick Williams, discussed how no one could match Hayes' level. Ricochet from SmackDown then appeared to challenge Hayes for the title at World Collide, which was made official.[11]

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NXT (WWE brand)

NXT (WWE brand)

NXT is a brand of the American professional wrestling promotion WWE that was introduced on February 23, 2010. Brands are divisions of WWE's roster where wrestlers are assigned to perform on a weekly basis when a brand extension is in effect. Wrestlers assigned to NXT primarily appear on the brand's weekly television program, NXT. The brand serves as a developmental territory for WWE's two main brands, Raw and SmackDown, which are referred to as the main roster. Due to its status as the company's developmental territory, NXT operates regardless if there is a brand extension in effect or not.

NXT UK (WWE brand)

NXT UK (WWE brand)

NXT UK was a brand of the American professional wrestling promotion WWE that was introduced in June 2018. Brands are divisions of WWE's roster where wrestlers are assigned to perform on a weekly basis. Wrestlers assigned to NXT UK primarily appeared on the brand's weekly television program, NXT UK. The brand served as a sub-brand of WWE's developmental territory, NXT, with NXT UK wrestlers also occasionally appearing on its show, NXT. Unlike WWE's other brands, NXT UK was produced exclusively in the United Kingdom and was specifically centered on wrestlers from the country. The brand went on hiatus following the Worlds Collide event on 4 September 2022; in 2023, it will be relaunched as NXT Europe, expanding the brand to include all pan-European countries.

205 Live (WWE brand)

205 Live (WWE brand)

205 Live was a brand of the American professional wrestling promotion WWE that was established in April 2018 and discontinued in February 2022. Brands are divisions of WWE's roster where wrestlers are assigned to perform on a weekly basis when a brand extension is in effect. Wrestlers assigned to 205 Live primarily appeared on the brand's weekly television program, 205 Live. From October 2019 to February 2022, the brand served as a sub-brand of WWE's developmental territory, NXT, which allowed 205 Live wrestlers to also appear on its show, NXT.

Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida

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Peacock (streaming service)

Peacock (streaming service)

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Marcelo Rodríguez

Marcelo Rodríguez

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Ring announcer

Ring announcer

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Alicia Warrington

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Referee (professional wrestling)

Referee (professional wrestling)

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Sam Roberts (radio personality)

Sam Roberts (radio personality)

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Face (professional wrestling)

Face (professional wrestling)

In professional wrestling, a face (babyface) is a heroic, "good guy" or "fan favorite" wrestler, booked (scripted) by the promotion with the aim of being cheered by fans, and acts as a protagonist to the heels, who are the villainous antagonist or "bad guy" characters. Traditionally, they wrestle within the rules and avoid cheating while behaving positively towards the referee and the audience. Such characters are also referred to as blue-eyes in British wrestling and técnicos in lucha libre. The face character is portrayed as a hero relative to the heel wrestlers, who are analogous to villains. Not everything a face wrestler does must be heroic: faces need only to be clapped or cheered by the audience to be effective characters. When the magazine Pro Wrestling Illustrated went into circulation in the late 1970s, the magazine referred to face wrestlers as "fan favorites" or "scientific wrestlers", while heels were referred to as simply "rulebreakers".

Aftermath

On the September 6 episode of NXT 2.0, Tyler Bate opened the show. As he talked about his loss to Bron Breakker, he was interrupted by Gallus (Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey and Wolfgang). They attacked Bate and also took out security guards. Breakker made the save, and a tag team match pitting Breakker and Bate against Joe and Mark Coffey was scheduled to take place in the main event, in which Breakker and Bate would win after Breakker executed a Spear on Joe Coffey followed by Bate pinning him after executing the Tyler Driver '97.[12]

Also on NXT 2.0, Roxanne Perez took on Meiko Satomura. Through Perez came close to winning at some points, Satomura would win after executing Scorpio Rising.[12]

On the September 5 episode of Raw, Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. would lose to WWE Women's Tag Team Champions Aliyah and Raquel Rodriguez (in a non-title match) when Rodriguez planted Doudrop with the Texana Bomb.[13] The next day at NXT 2.0, Doudrop and A.S.H. would defeat Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne when Doudrop pinned Dolin after executing a seated Crossbody.[12]

On the September 13 episode of NXT 2.0, The Creed Brothers took on Pretty Deadly (Kit Wilson and Elton Prince) in a steel cage match for the NXT Tag Team Championship. After interference from Damon Kemp, who handcuffed Julius Creed to the top of the cage, Wilson and Prince pinned Brutus Creed following a second Spilt Milk (a spinebuster/neckbreaker combination) to retain the titles.[14] An ambulance match between Julius Creed and Damon Kemp would later be scheduled for Halloween Havoc, with the added stipulation that Brutus Creed must leave NXT should Julius lose.[15]

On the September 6 episode of NXT 2.0, Ricochet defeated Trick Williams (with Carmelo Hayes) by pinfall after executing the Recoil and the Shooting Star Press.[12] On the following week's episode of NXT 2.0, Wes Lee, Joe Gacy, and Von Wagner were announced as nominees for the next challenger for Hayes's NXT North American Championship. Lee won the fan vote to become the next challenger, but was attacked by Hayes and Williams in the locker room, rendering him unable to compete. Later that night, Hayes and Williams headed to the ring to cut a promo. They would gloat about their attack, and Hayes believed that he wouldn't have to defend his title anytime soon. However, Solo Sikoa (who made his main roster debut at Clash at the Castle 10 days earlier) stepped up as the next challenger and planted Hayes with a Uranage and Uso Splash to win the title,[14] but was forced to relinquish it the next day during the taping for the September 20 episode of NXT, as he wasn't sanctioned for the match, ending his reign at 7 days.[16] 3 days later on SmackDown, Sikoa defended (and successfully retained) the North American Championship against Madcap Moss after executing the Spinning Solo, a move reminiscent of his cousin The Rock's Rock Bottom finisher. (This was also the first time the North American Championship was defended on the main roster.)[17]

This was the last livestreaming event in which the NXT brand was called NXT 2.0. At the end of the September 13 episode of NXT, a video package that summarized the past year of NXT's 2.0 era was narrated by Shawn Michaels. He talked about the brand consistently evolving with a focus on the future. Afterwards, a new gold-and-white logo was introduced, with the "NXT" logo remaining unchanged but the "2.0" moniker being dropped.[14]

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Bron Breakker

Bronson Rechsteiner is an American professional wrestler and former American football player. He is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Bron Breakker and is the current NXT Champion in his second reign. A second-generation professional wrestler, Rechsteiner is the son of Rick Steiner and the nephew of Scott Steiner.

Gallus (professional wrestling)

Gallus (professional wrestling)

Gallus are a British professional wrestling stable consisting of real-life brothers Joe and Mark Coffey; and Wolfgang. They are currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the NXT brand.

Joe Coffey (wrestler)

Joe Coffey (wrestler)

Joseph Coffey is a Scottish professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, performing in NXT. Coffey wrestles for numerous promotions in the British independent wrestling circuit, including Insane Championship Wrestling where he is former 2 time ICW World Heavyweight Champion and a former ICW Zero-G Champion. Coffey has also previously competed in Japan for Pro Wrestling ZERO1 where he became the first ever Scottish wrestler to perform in the Korakuen Hall. Coffey's younger brother Mark Coffey is also a professional wrestler and the pair often tag team together as "The Coffey Brothers".

Mark Coffey

Mark Coffey

Mark Coffey is a Scottish professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand. He is the younger brother of Joe Coffey and the pair occasionally tag team together as The Coffey Brothers. Previously he has wrestled for Defiant Wrestling and Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW). He is a former NXT UK Tag Team Champion and a winner of the NXT UK Heritage Cup.

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is currently signed to the American promotion WWE performing on the NXT brand and the Japanese promotion Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling. She was a one-time NXT UK Women's Champion.

Doudrop

Doudrop

Kimberly Benson is a Scottish professional wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Doudrop. Benson began her career on the independent circuit under the name Viper; after joining WWE, she originally performed on its NXT UK brand as Piper Niven. She is a former two-time ICW Women's Champion, one-time Artist of Stardom Champion, one-time SWA World Champion, and two-time WWE 24/7 Champion.

Aliyah (wrestler)

Aliyah (wrestler)

Nhooph Al-Areebi (born November 23, 1994) is a Canadian professional wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Aliyah. She is a former WWE Women's Tag Team Champion. She holds the record for the fastest victory in WWE history at 3.17 seconds. Al-Areebi is the first female Arab-Canadian wrestler to win a championship for WWE.

Gigi Dolin

Gigi Dolin

Priscilla Lee Kelly is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Gigi Dolin, and is a member of Toxic Attraction. She is a former record-tying two-time NXT Women's Tag Team Champion with stablemate Jacy Jayne.

Jacy Jayne

Jacy Jayne

Taylor Grado is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE, where she performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Jacy Jayne as a member of Toxic Attraction. She is a former record-tying two-time NXT Women's Tag Team Champion alongside stablemate Gigi Dolin. Grado began her career under the name Avery Taylor, and had previously performed World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW).

Pretty Deadly (professional wrestling)

Pretty Deadly (professional wrestling)

Pretty Deadly is a British professional wrestling tag team consisting of Elton Prince and Kit Wilson. They are currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the NXT brand, and are the current NXT Tag Team Champions in their second reign.

NXT Tag Team Championship

NXT Tag Team Championship

The NXT Tag Team Championship is a men's professional wrestling tag team championship created and promoted by the American promotion WWE. It is defended on the NXT brand division, the promotion's developmental territory. Introduced on January 23, 2013, the inaugural championship team was British Ambition. The current champions are Pretty Deadly, who are in their second reign.

NXT Halloween Havoc (2022)

NXT Halloween Havoc (2022)

The 2022 NXT Halloween Havoc was the third annual Halloween Havoc professional wrestling event produced by WWE, and 15th Halloween Havoc event overall. It was held exclusively for wrestlers from the promotion's NXT brand division. Unlike the previous two years, which aired as television specials, the 2022 Halloween Havoc aired as a livestreaming event. It took place on Saturday, October 22, 2022, at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. SmackDown wrestler Shotzi returned to co-host the event with NXT wrestler Quincy Elliott; Shotzi previously hosted the 2020 event when she was still on NXT. In a cross-promotion with the Chucky TV series, Chucky returned to participate in the Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal segments.

Results

No. Results Stipulations Times[18]
1D Charlie Dempsey defeated Bodhi Hayward (with Chase U (Andre Chase, and Thea Hail)) Singles match[19]
2D Channing "Stacks" Lorenzo (with Tony D'Angelo) defeated Ikemen Jiro Singles match[19]
3 Carmelo Hayes (c) (with Trick Williams) defeated Ricochet by pinfall Singles match for the NXT North American Championship[20] 15:57
4 Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince and Kit Wilson) (with Lash Legend) defeated The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed) (NXT) (with Damon Kemp), Brooks Jensen and Josh Briggs (NXT UK) (with Fallon Henley), and Gallus (Mark Coffey and Wolfgang) (with Joe Coffey) by pinfall Fatal four-way tag team elimination match to unify the NXT Tag Team Championship and NXT UK Tag Team Championship[21] 15:34
5 Mandy Rose (NXT) defeated Meiko Satomura (NXT UK) and Blair Davenport by pinfall Triple threat match to unify the NXT Women's Championship and NXT UK Women's Championship[22] 13:17
6 Katana Chance and Kayden Carter (c) defeated Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. by pinfall Tag team match for the NXT Women's Tag Team Championship[23] 10:19
7 Bron Breakker (NXT) defeated Tyler Bate (NXT UK) by pinfall Singles match to unify the NXT Championship and NXT United Kingdom Championship[24] 17:11
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

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Tony D'Angelo

Tony D'Angelo

Joe Ariola is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Tony D'Angelo.

Carmelo Hayes

Carmelo Hayes

Christian Brigham is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Carmelo Hayes.

Ricochet (wrestler)

Ricochet (wrestler)

Trevor Dean Mann is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Ricochet.

Pin (professional wrestling)

Pin (professional wrestling)

In wrestling, a pin is achieved by holding an opponent's shoulders to the mat for a three count. Pinfall is the term used in professional wrestling which is a way to win the match for that person or team.

NXT North American Championship

NXT North American Championship

The NXT North American Championship is a professional wrestling championship created and promoted by the American promotion WWE. It is primarily defended as the secondary men's championship of the NXT brand division, the promotion's developmental territory. The current champion is Wes Lee, who is in his first reign.

Pretty Deadly (professional wrestling)

Pretty Deadly (professional wrestling)

Pretty Deadly is a British professional wrestling tag team consisting of Elton Prince and Kit Wilson. They are currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the NXT brand, and are the current NXT Tag Team Champions in their second reign.

Lash Legend

Lash Legend

Anriel Howard is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE where she performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Lash Legend. She is also a former basketball player, who used to play in the WNBA.

Brooks Jensen

Brooks Jensen

Benjamin Buchanan is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Brooks Jensen. In WWE, he is a one-time NXT UK Tag Team Champion with Josh Briggs, and he and Briggs are recognized as the final holders of the championship.

Josh Briggs

Josh Briggs

Joshua Bruns is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Josh Briggs. He is currently signed to WWE where he performs on the NXT brand. In WWE, he is a one-time NXT UK Tag Team Champion with Brooks Jensen, and he and Jensen are recognized as the final holders of the championship. He previously appeared for Evolve, where he was the final Evolve Champion.

Source: "Worlds Collide (2022)", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worlds_Collide_(2022).

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