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Kyle O’Reilly on if WWE plans to split up the Undisputed Era

Kyle O’Reilly understands the importance of staying together as a group with fellow Undisputed Era members Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, and Roderick Strong. For the majority of his time in WWE NXT, he’s been in the group. The former ROH (Ring of Honor) stars are a big act on the yellow brand.

Thus, he made it known during an appearance on E&C’s Pod Of Awesomeness to talk with WWE Hall of Famer Edge and former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Christian that there are no plans in place by the WWE NXT creative team to break them up anytime soon.

Although in his mind he would like to stay together in the group once being called up to the main roster, things can change. In the meantime, he’s hoping for this desire to become a reality.

“Oh, absolutely [Undisputed ERA wants to debut on the main roster together]. I know we all don’t want this thing to end anytime soon. I know it’s wrestling. Eventually someone’s gonna have to go through the barbershop window right?” Kyle laughed. “But I think we want to ride this thing for as long as we possibly can and we’re pretty sure that creative has similar plans for us, as far as NXT is concerned. I know there’s no plans to split us up anytime soon or anything like that so, if all the stars align, it would be wonderful to eventually go to the main roster as a four-man unit because I think it would be something very unique and very special and it’s something that’s not really… a four man group? It hasn’t been done in a good while up there so I think that could be really cool and I keep my fingers crossed that we do eventually get that opportunity.”

You can listen to the entire interview by clicking on the player below:

H/T to Fightful for the transcription






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