NXT Takeover was alright. I think the overall production felt like it put the kibosh on NXT as "developmental". You shouldn't make insanely elaborate entrances, angles, and celebrity appearances for people who are technically suppose to be developing. Oh well, it's kind of been it's own televised promotion for a while now, it's just irritating that they insist on featuring honest to goodness amateurs trying to get better. Spoilers for NXT Takeover Unstoppable:
Balor v Breeze was good, about what I expected. Finn's entrance continues to be awesome to the point that I see a phantasm of a demon behind him even without the paint. I personally think Finn Balor is not meant to be a character wrestler, he's a Stand user who happens to wrestle.
The women's tag match was an entertaining affair if a bit rough around the edges. My favorite moment of the whole show is Bayley and Charlotte hugging and then doing the Flair walk. I think Dana Brook is terrible. I'm impressed that she can do an aerial but she is not yet good enough to be featuring on a 2 hour special.
I continue to enjoy the saga of Big Cass being the Launchpad McQuack to Enzo's Darkwing Duck. The match itself was sort of whatever.
I really liked the women's title match but it was far from the best I've seen from that division. I think Sasha Banks kind of carried the match to be honest. I really want to like Becky Lynch but man she messed up quite a few spots. The best thing I can say is that she recovered really well and managed to sell fairly consistently.
Kevin Owens v Sami Zayn. I'm pretty sick of the injury angle but I love these two guys so much. It sort of makes sense to hold off on a huge mind blowing match between the two of them. You cant just book something to top Steen Wolf without making as much money as you can off of it. This match makes me almost want to watch Elimination Chamber to watch Owens lose to Cena. Samoa Joe is a big get for them but my faith in that company continues to wane.
Lucha Underground is literally the best thing. The only bad thing was Daivari wrestling. His offense looks weak and his selling seems sloppy. He seems awful in the ring but the character itself is pretty good. Like a Million Dollar Man or Tiger Ali Singh style angle, except in a Lucha temple.