— NXT UK: Isla Dawn, Jazzy Gabert (possibly gone from the company), Jinny, Killer Kelly, Nina Samuels, Piper Nivn, Xia Brookside
From the NXT UK Men’s Division
— A-Kid: Low priority.
— Amir Jordan: Low priority.
— Ashton Smith and Oliver Carter: Low priority.
— Dave Mastiff / Kassius Ohno: Technically, these two did just have a match on NXT UK television that could slightly be billed as a preview of this event. Ohno is officially on the NXT UK roster, but he’s an American getting heat saying he’s the best British wrestler, so it kind of plays into that demographic of this Worlds Collide concept.
— Eddie Dennis: Nothing for him to do.
— Flash Morgan Webster & Mark Andrews: There are only so many spots available and not everyone can be on the card.
— Gallus (Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey & Wolfgang): With the NXT tag team champions caught up in the Imperium match, there’s no parallel to even put Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish against Mark Coffey and Wolfgang. Given the circumstances, I’m pretty sure everyone would agree the eight-man tag team match is more of a draw and worth sacrificing champion vs. champion.
— The Hunt (Wild Boar Mike Hitchman & Primate Jay Melrose): Low priority.
— Jack Starz: Low priority.
— Kenny Williams: Low priority.
— Ligero: Ligero had his shot to be in the Fatal 4-Way for the cruiserweight belt and came up short.
— Noam Dar: Surprisingly, nothing is going on with Dar. I would have thought he’d be a go-to guy for this.
— Ridge Holland: Holland is firmly in that spot where they’re using him sparingly so everyone can warm up to him.
— Sam Gradwell: It has been well over a year since we last saw Gradwell. There is no time table for his return.
— Saxon Huxley and Tyson T-Bone: Low priority.
Do you think these men and women or any others not on this list should have been booked on the card in some fashion? How would you have utilized them if given the opportunity? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!