NXT Toronto Live Stream: Full Card, Match Predictions and Start Time for Adam Cole vs Johnny Gargano

Wrestling returns to Canada this weekend, with NXT TakeOver kicking off proceedings in Toronto ahead of WWE's SummerSlam, which is held the following day.

There's a title at stake in four of the five matches on the card, all of which promise to be worth watching.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

[File photo] Luke Gallows,Triple H,AJ Styles and Karl Anderson celebrate the victory during the WWE Live Tokyo at Ryogoku Kokugikan on June 28 in Tokyo, Japan. Etsuo Hara/Getty

TV coverage and live stream

As usual, the event will be streamed live on the WWE Network. The pre-show begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, with proceedings kicking off in earnest at 7 p.m. ET.

Unlike WWE pay-per-views, Saturday's show can't be ordered through a local cable provider.

A subscription to WWE Network comes in at $9.99 per month, but the first month is free.

Who's on the card?

The pick of the crop is the bout that will see Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano battle it out for the NXT Championship.

The rivalry between the pair has defined NXT this year and their showdown in Toronto promises to be one not to miss. Cole and Gargano will go head-to-head for the championship in a two-out-of-three fall match, that will see them compete in a singles match and a Street Fight. Should it be needed, a third stipulation decided by William Regal will act as the decider.

It's the third consecutive TakeOver Cole and Gargano have main-evented, with Gargano winning the first encounter and Cole bouncing back in the second.

Elsewhere on the card, Shayna Baszler and Mia Yim will collide for the NXT Women's Championship. Aside from two months during which Kairi Sane held the title, Baszler has called herself NXT Women's Champion for over a year and it is difficult to see her losing on Saturday.

The NXT North American Championship and the NXT Tag Team Championship are also up for grabs, with the former to be contested between Velveteen Dream, Pete Dunne and Roderick Strong and the latter between The Street Profits against The Undisputed ERA.

Paul "Triple H" Levesque suggested it was difficult to pick the most entertaining match on the card.

"The Street Profits and Kyle [O'Reilly] and Bobby [Fish]," Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative, told reporters on a conference call.

"It's tough to name a Takeover [Kyle and Bobby] were on that wasn't a great match. Pete, Dream Roderick Strong, you can make the same argument. You can make an argument for any one of these."

In Saturday night's only non-title match, meanwhile, Candice LeRae will take on Io Shirai, who has previously attempted and failed to wrestle the women's title away from Baszler.