Here are some facts and stats from today's big NXT TakeOver: London show. We'll have more leading into next month's Royal Rumble PPV.
* NXT TakeOver: London was the first time Emma has been defeated on NXT TV since July.
* Asuka moved to 25-0 total in NXT, and 6-0 on NXT TV with her win over EMMA
* Enzo and Cass came in to NXT TakeOver: London having never won as a team on an NXT special event
* NXT Takeover: London was Enzo and Cass' ninth NXT Tag Team title shot, although seven of those title shots were at live events.
* Dash and Dawson also went into London having never won a match on an NXT pay-per-view show, NXT TakeOver: London was their first.
* Dash and Dawson may have retained their tag titles, but that doesn't necessarily translate to success on the main roster. To date, no NXT Tag Team Champion has ever captured gold on the WWE main roster, other than Luke Harper.
* No NXT Superstars have kicked out of Baron Corbin's End of Days thus far.
* NXT TakeOver: London was Apollo Crews' first televised loss by pinfall.
* Baron Corbin now has six wins on NXT special events.
* NXT TakeOver: London was Nia Jax's first televised loss, and Bayley's first special event victory via guillotine choke.
* Despite going on four months as NXT Women's Champion, Bayley is still by far the shortest reigning champion, at 116 days. The next shortest is Sasha Banks, at 192 days.
* Samoa Joe went from January to December without having a loss filmed for television. His last loss prior to London was also in England, losing to Austin Aries. Joe went 1-3 during TNA's tapings in England in January, with his only win coming in tag team action. In singles action, Joe had no wins in three matches. He moved to 0-4 in UK singles televised matches at the show.
* Finn Balor has now won 13 straight WWE matches in the UK.
King of Swag Style contributed to this article.