The Undisputed Era is arguably one of the greatest groups in recent WWE history. The group reigned supreme on “NXT” for the better part of four years. From his explosive debut in 2017 to having all the gold in “NXT,” he’s had a run absolutely jam-packed with memorable moments. Even more impressive is that all this happened in a span of just four years. But, are they the future WWE Hall of Famers? steve fall of NBC Sports Boston’s “Ten Count” Recently suggested the idea to former Undisputed Era member Bobby Fisch.
“I mean it’s a dream scenario,” said the fish, “they [Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, and Roderick Strong] I legitimately have three best friends in the business.”
The group broke up for quite some time before leaving “NXT” and WWE in 2021. Eventually, the original trio of Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly rejoined AEW to become the undisputed elite. However Fish has a misunderstanding about their reunion, and in particular their reunion with O’Reilly as the dragon again. Despite these fears, Fish talked a lot about his time with the whole group, and left behind a very impressive legacy.
“For us to start being put together as a group was surreal,” he said. “But then, to do the things that we were fortunate enough to do, the comparisons that were made to the factions before us have become synonymous, dare I say, the version of the war games of our generation – it’s very Good stuff.”
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