The Undisputed Era made their debut in NXT back in 2017 and since then they cemented themselves as one of the most dominant factions in the history of the pro wrestling business. They were never called up to the main roster and now it appears WWE had plans for their main roster debut.
Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong formed the faction that defined the past few years in NXT. Unfortunately, the faction would break up back in 2021 after Adam Cole betrayed the group.
While speaking with WrestlingNewsCo, Bobby Fish talked about his time in the Undisputed Era. Fish recalled there were talks about calling the stable up to the main roster, but they were ultimately abandoned.
”There were definitely times that it was discussed. How earnest those discussions were, I don’t know. Again, above my pay grade. I wasn’t privy to that side of it, but I know conversations were had. I know that the stuff that we did on Raw and SmackDown, and with Survivor Series and whatever, it was all well received. The segment we did with Hunter on Raw I know went well, and then when we jumped The New Day and I don’t remember what their name was … FTR … I feel like all those segments were well received.”
Bobby Fish also believes The Undisputed Era broke up prematurely. Regardless, it is unlikely fans will see the group back in any promotion anytime soon, despite that almost happening in AEW.
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