SAnitY was one of the most formidable groups in all of NXT, comprising Killian Dain, Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe and Nikki Cross. They saw success in WWE’s developmental brand before being called up to the main roster a few years ago. Most of them were released and they finally reunited at an indie event, for the first time in four years.
The group made their debut during the June 19th, 2018 episode of Friday Night SmackDown, but were ultimately mishandled on the main roster. All members of the faction except Nikki Cross have been released from WWE. Eric Young was the first to go back in April 15, 2020, as Killian Dain and Alexander Wolfe were released in 2021.
SAnitY reunited for the first time in ages during Progress Wrestling’s super show titled Vendetta. The reunion took place at the Electric Ballroom in London on November 26. Axel Tischer, Big Damo, and Eric Young squared off against Bullit and Smokin’ Aces (Charlie Sterling & Nick Riley). This was their first match as a trio in four years, so it was definitely a big deal.
Triple H himself had different vision for the group, but it was all for nothing. WWE even scrapped plans for the faction’s reunion. It remains to be seen whether they will ever return to WWE one day.
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