The Undisputed Elite formed on AEW after Kyle O’Reilly joined the Young Bucks, Adam Cole, and Bobby Fish in AEW. The group became closer after Kenny Omega announced his hiatus due to injury. Now it appears that things changed for them.

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The Undisputed Elite returned on AEW Dynamite this week. The group arrived in the ring to talk about their plans for the recently-announced trios tournament. Adam Cole revealed he wasn’t medically cleared to compete yet.

Cole also said that the Young Bucks needed to pick Bobby Fish as their partner in the trios tournament, or they couldn’t compete. Before he really had a chance to explain himself, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish jumped Matt and Nick Johnson. Cole also laid out Matt with a superkick.

Adam Page then arrived to make the save for the Bucks. The former AEW World Champion fended off the aggressors and helped Matt Jackson get on his feet. Page then exited the ring as the Bucks and Brandon Cutler looked on in disbelief.

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