Undisputed Era are still receiving a big focus in NXT. Unless Vince McMahon decides to call them up they will be in NXT for a very long time to come.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that WWE signed all four members of the Undisputed Era to new multi-year contracts last year. This was done around the time when AEW was emerging and WWE wanted to make sure that they locked them down.
Adam Cole’s WWE contract was reportedly running out soon, but that report was off the mark. Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish, and Roderick Strong are all staying with WWE for a long time to come.
WWE made sure to sign a lot of the NXT key talent to new long-term deals which included all four members of the Undisputed Era. So they are not about to be free agents for a long time, as in multiple years from now.
This is good news for fans of The Undisputed Era. It is also unfortunate for those who really want to see the UE members mix it up in another company.
You can never say never in WWE and their contracts will eventually run out. Given how Tony Khan has continued to lead AEW through a pandemic, odds are All Elite Wrestling will still be an option when the Undisputed Era’s contracts get close to expiring.