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Once again operating at full strength following the return of Bobby Fish, Undisputed ERA opened this week’s NXT by bragging that they embody the black-and-yellow brand. Adam Cole portrayed Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly’s controversial NXT Tag Team Title defense against The War Raiders last week as a one-sided drubbing in the ERA’s favor (which most onlookers would be hard-pressed to agree with) and then alluded to himself once again challenging Ricochet for the NXT North American Championship.

That last part ruffled the feathers of EC3, who entered the arena and, after declaring that Cole didn’t deserve another title opportunity, accepted Cole’s challenge to a match on the spot. Despite the presence of Fish, Strong & O’Reilly at ringside, EC3 maintained a steady focus on Cole as he bounced The Panama City Playboy around the ring like a pinball. The other Undisputed ERA members interjected late in the contest, but EC3 summarily disposed of them. Cole hoped to capitalize on the distraction by going for the Last Shot, but The Top One Percent dodged the move and surprised Cole with a roll-up for the pin.

Though EC3 won the battle, the fight was just getting started. Furious over the outcome of the match, Undisputed ERA ambushed EC3 in a savage four-on-one barrage that culminated with Fish using a steel chair to bash EC3’s leg as it was draped over the edge of the entrance stage.

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The Undisputed ERA’s Tag Team Championship reign lives on, thanks to a few shocks to the system. After evading The War Raiders’ crosshair for weeks, Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong had nowhere to run when it came time to defend their NXT Tag Team Titles. Of course, Hanson & Rowe had no problem relishing the moment. Over the course of 20 minutes, this contentious battle saw The War Raiders overpower their opponents with tandem attacks – including one instance where they flung Strong into O’Reilly via a ring-shaking back body drop. Yet, the matchup was far from one-sided as O’Reilly and Strong used their razor sharp in-ring IQ to challenge to Hanson & Rowe’s brute strength.

Midway through, the despicable pair zeroed in on Rowe’s left knee, exposing a weakness that was then tenderized with a series of punishing strikes and calculated submission holds. Still, the technical maneuvers weren’t enough to prevent the modern-day Vikings from steamrolling the rhythm of Strong & O’Reilly. Hanson nearly decapitated Strong with a clothesline, which prompted Adam Cole to appear, only to get tossed to the outside by Hanson.

Just The War Raiders seemed to be closing in on the titles after downing O’Reilly with the Fallout, a steel chair-wielding Bobby Fish arrived for the save, blasting Hanson & Rowe to drive the match into a disqualification. And just like that, Undisputed ERA are back at full force, much to the detriment of Hanson & Rowe.

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Drew McIntyre and Adam Cole’s epic NXT Championship Match from NXT Live in San Antonio was worth the wait. So much has changed within the NXT Universe over the last month and a half since their huge title showdown back on Nov. 17, but thanks to the latest episode of NXT on WWE Network, fans can relive the memorable match refereed by WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels anytime they want.

HBK did his best to call the match down the middle in front of his hometown crowd, but his presence seemed to be an ongoing distraction for Cole and his Undisputed ERA partners Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish. Amid then-NXT Champion Drew McIntyre and Cole’s grueling clash, the leader of Undisputed ERA wound end up superkicking HBK straight on the jaw after McIntyre ducked out of the way.

The crowd watched in shock as the NXT Champion proceeded to deliver a Claymore Kick to his challenger, but with Michaels laid out, the pinfall attempt was severely delayed. Once The Showstopper finally counted to two, O’Reilly and Fish pulled Michaels from the ring.

Cole’s faction-mates then beat down McIntyre before Michaels discarded Fish from the ring and nailed O’Reilly with some Sweet Chin Music.

McIntyre then hit Cole with a Future Shock DDT before leveling him with another Claymore move for the exhilarating victory.

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ORLANDO — The Undisputed ERA have been more naughty than nice since arriving to NXT, but that didn’t stop Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish’s wishes from coming true this Christmas season. With the help of their Undisputed ERA cohort Adam Cole, O’Reilly & Fish dealt a devastating blow to arch-rivals SAnitY, defeating Eric Young & Killian Dain in a wild title match to claim the NXT Tag Team Championship.

Though O’Reilly & Fish’s expert submission and striking skills allowed them to isolate Young for much of the match, SAnitY turned the corner once the gigantic Killian Dain got the tag. As impactful as The Beast of Belfast was, however, Cole’s intrusion at ringside turned out to be the true game-changer. The Panama City Playboy sneakily aided O’Reilly & Fish at various points in the raucous bout, including running Dain shoulder-first into the steel ring post at a critical juncture.

Young tried to neutralize Cole by hitting him with a suicide dive, but the veteran’s decision to take his eye off his opponents gave O’Reilly & Fish the opportunity they needed. Upon returning to the ring, Young was greeted by a devastating high-low combination from O’Reilly & Fish, which sealed the win, kicking off Undisputed ERA’s first title reign in NXT.

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Eric Young will be starting things off for Sanity. Adam Cole starts the match for Undisputed Era. Cole goes into the second ring so he is not in the same ring as Young. Roderick Strong begins the match for his team.

Cole goes into the second ring and Strong and Young follow. Cole tries to punch Strong but Strong blocks it and punches Cole. Young misses a clothesline and then Young kicks Cole. Strong kicks Cole. Strong tries to send Young into Cole but they miss. Young punches Strong and Young avoids being sent into the cage by Cole. Coles does the same. Young with an elbow to Cole. Strong with a backbreaker to Young. Strong and Cole exchange forearms. Strong with a chop. Strong catapults Cole into the cage and they climb the cage. Strong and Young punch Cole and connect with forearms. Young and Strong punch each other on the ropes and then Cole runs into the ropes to knock Young and Strong off the ropes.

Cole kicks Strong and Young. Cole sends Strong between the rings and Strong rolls into the second ring. Cole with a forearm to Young but Young with a punch. Cole with a Ushigoroshi to Young and Cole goes into Strong’s ring. Cole with forearms to Strong. Cole chokes Strong in the corner. Cole with a forearm to Young followed by one to Strong. Cole with a suplex to Strong followed by a neck breaker to Strong and Young.

Strong with chops and a flying clothesline. Strong chops Cole and Young adn then he hits running knees on both men and chops.

We hit the five minute mark of the match and The Undisputed Era enter the match. Fish and O’Reilly go after Strong and punch and kick him. Then they turn their attention to Young. Cole watches as Fish and O’Reilly work over Young and Strong. Fish kicks Strong across the chest. Young is put between the ropes and cage and Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly hit running elbows against the cage. Strong with punches and kicks to Fish and O’Reilly. Fish hits an assisted wheelbarrow suplex on Strong while Cole rubs Young’s face against the cage. Strong kicks Kyle to escape a knee bar.

Fish kicks Young and then they set their attention on Strong. All hit running forearms on Strong against the cage. Kyle kicks Strong while Cole kicks Young.

The Authors of Pain are the next team to be released from the cages and they try to enter the cage but Fish and O’Reilly try to keep them out of the cage. Rezar sends Kyle into the cage while Young goes after Akam. Rezar sends Kyle into the cage to try to get him off and. Cole is bieled from ring one to ring two onto Kyle. Young is sent into ring two. Akam and Rezar send Strong into Young and the Undisputed Era.

Rezar puts Young in the tree of woe while Akam sends Fish into the cage. Kyle is put in the tree of woe. Akam and Rezar pick up Fish and Cole and hit running Death Valley Drivers into the turnbuckles. Rezar with a forearm to Cole’s back.

Killian Dain and Alexander Wolfe make their way to the ring and Wolfe has a billy club and he hits Akam and Rezar. Wolfe with a side Russian leg sweep to Akam. Dain brings some chairs and trash cans into the ring along with a chain and some kendo sticks. Young and Wolfe hit everyone in sight with chairs. Akam is being choked with the chair. Dain goes under the ring and he brings out a few tables. Young chokes Strong in the corner while the tables are brought into the ring.

Wolfe sets up a table in the corner. Kyle ‘Angles’ himself with a chair and Wolfe with a German suplex. Fish is slammed onto a trash can.

Dain finally gets in the cage. Dain swallows the key and then he clotheslines Strong, Fish, and O’Reilly. Dain with forearms to Akam and Rezar. Dain with a splash into Akam and Rezar and then he hits a running drop kick back senton. Dain goes up top and he hits a cross body on everyone. Dain gets the first near fall of the match. Dain goes into the ring with Cole and Cole swings the kendo stick but Dain blocks it. Dain gets Cole up in a vertical choke. Kyle with kicks. Cole goes for a sunset flip and Dain hits a Michinoku Driver onto Fish for a near fall on both men. Kyle is sent into the cage.

Dain gets Kyle on his shoulders and he catches Strong for a Fallaway Slam and Samoan Drop combination. Dain and Rezar exchange forearms between rings. They move into the first ring and Dain wtih a forearm. Rezar with a boot to Dain but Dain with a bicycle kick. Dain with a cross body. Akam with a kick and a power slam for a near fall. Kyle with a tornado DDT on Akam. Young with a waist lock on Cole but Cole with an enzuigiri. Fish and Storng with kicks. The Undisputed Era hit Chasing the Dragon on Strong. Dain clotheslines Cole.

Dain misses a double clothesline on Fish and O’Reilly but they do not miss with kicks. Kyle with Axe and Smash on Wolfe. Kyle tries to choke Wolfe with the chain and then he wraps him up in the chair and applies a cross arm breaker. Young climbs the cage and he hits an elbow drop to stop Kyle. Fish with a moonsault onto Young to break up the cover. Rezasr and Akam with Super Collider on Fish and O’Reilly with Dain between the rings and in the middle of the action.

Young sends Rezar into Akam and Young with a forearm to Akam. Young gets Rezar on his shoulders and he hits a Death Valley Driver onto Akam. Young gets a near fall. Cole and Strong with forearms. Strong with a back breaker on Cole and then he hits one on Wolfe. Young with a jumping knee to Dain but Dain stays on his feet. Strong with an Olympic Slam on Dain but Cole with a super kick to break up the cover.

Cole goes up top but so does Young. Cole is between the rings and Strong climbs the turnbuckles as well. Dain and Wolfe stop Strong while Fish and O’Reilly stop Young. Akam and Rezar hit a double Tower of Doom and Cole is still on the turnbuckles between the rings. Cole laughs at everyone and then he realizes Akam and Rezar are looking at him. Rezar crotches Cole and Akam and Rezar move the tables.

The tables are set up next to each other in the second ring. Akam and Rezar climb the turnbuckles for a double belly-to-back superplex but Wolfe stops Akam and Rezar. Cole with elbows. Wolfe with forearms to Rezar. Cole climbs to the top of the cage. Wolfe with a German Superplex on Rezar through the table. Young with a jumping neck breaker to Akam. Kyle grabs a trash can and he tries to hit Dain with it. Kyle blocks a trash can shot. Kyle with a knee to Dain, but Dain with a clothesline to Kyle.

Referees check on Wolfe and Rezar in the other ring.

Dain grabs the trash can and puts it against Kyle’s head. Dain goes to the turnbuckles and he says something to Cole before hitting Coast to Coast on Kyle. Cole stands on top of the cage. Cole sees Strong standing in the center of the ring and Strong climbs the cage. Cole climbs down the cage but Strong stops him and they are on top of the cage. Strong sets for a superplex off the cage and he hits it on everyone. Strong covers Cole and he kicks out.

The referee makes sure that everyone is still conscious and they start to stir. Dain and Akam fight between the rings. They exchange punches. Dain misses a clothesline and then the Authors of Pain hit Last Chapter on Dain between the rings. Kyle with a sleeper on Rezar while Fish punches Rezar. Fish and O’Reilly with Total Elimination on Rezar. Young sends Fish into the ring post. Wolfe and Young hit a belly-to-back and neck breaker combination on Kyle. Strong with a reverse Olympic Slam on Young. Strong sends Cole into the cage. Young with a wheelbarrow suplex into the cage on Strong. Cole hits Young with the kendo stick.

Young grabs a chair and Cole with a Shining Wizard into the chair and Cole gets the three count.

Winners: Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, and Bobby Fish

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With the return of WarGames less than two weeks away, Adam Cole looked to make Roderick Strong pay dearly for his decision to snub The Undisputed ERA before both Superstars enter the three-team fray at NXT TakeOver.

The Undisputed ERA’s master manipulator fired everything he had at Strong, wearing him down with submission holds, drilling him with hard strikes and even using the referee as a distraction. Yet, Strong refused to stay down no matter the attack that Cole launched his way. As Cole struggled to find new ways to batter his rival, Strong turned the tides, rattling Cole with a leaping knee to the face before downing him with a jaw-dropping backbreaker onto the top turnbuckle.

Sensing that their cocksure captain was in danger of suffering a clear-cut loss, Undisputed ERA members Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish ran to ringside and dragged an exhausted Strong out of the ring, prompting the referee to signal for the bell.

The fight, however, was far from over. Soon, they were joined by Strong’s partners for WarGames, The Authors of Pain, as well as the third WarGames squadron, SAnitY. A brief standoff gave way to an all-out brawl, with all nine Superstars throwing haymakers. The action spilled outside the ring, and Strong superplexed Cole from the top turnbuckle to the floor, wiping out all three teams in the process.

As the NXT Universe heartily chanted “NXT” and bodies lay strewn around the ring, it grew apparent that WarGames is the only structure dangerous enough to settle this three-way rivalry.

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SAnitY and The Authors of Pain picked up right where they left off at TakeOver: Brooklyn III, battling in an action-packed NXT Tag Team Championship Match.

Unlike in Brooklyn, it appeared that Akam & Rezar were primed to pick up the victory until The Undisputed ERA rushed the ring, causing the match to come to a frenzied end.

Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly pounced on both tag teams, leveling a furious assault. Finally, the monstrous Killian Dain rushed the ring, helping slow the attack. However, even The Beast of Belfast couldn’t overcome the numbers disadvantage.

Roderick Strong then came to the ring, but pulled out an Undisputed ERA wristband as he appeared ready to join the renegade faction. However, instead of attacking Rezar, Strong unleashed a furry of right hands to Cole, Fish & O’Reilly. Strong proceeded to clear the ring of the trio of troublemakers alongside The Authors of Pain.

With a sea of carnage surrounding the ring, General Manager William Regal made his way out to the stage, announcing that SAnitY, The Undisputed ERA and the team of The Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong will do battle in a Triple Threat Match. But, it won’t be any ordinary Triple Threat Match — it will be WarGames!

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Andrade Almas entered the main event against Roderick Strong intent on proving his worth as an NXT Title contender. Strong, on the other hand, was dealing with issues of his own: Namely, how to handle The Undisputed ERA’s seeming interest in having him join their ranks.

“Cien” and The Messiah of the Backbreaker went at each other hammer-and-tongs, and their world-class grappling prowess was on display as they looked to outmaneuver one another.

Late in the contest, Strong gained an advantage by clotheslining Almas to the floor, but upon tossing Almas back into the ring, he became the target of a surprise attack from Almas’ manager, Zelina Vega, behind the referee’s back. Vega leapt off the apron with a hurricanrana that sent Strong face-first into the steel ring steps, proving she possesses much more than just business savvy. Almas capitalized on the assist, drilling Strong with a hammerlock DDT for the three-count.

Following the match, Zelina and Almas stormed the announce desk and accused Drew McIntyre of being afraid of Almas’ challenge. Meanwhile, as Strong gathered himself inside the ring, Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly entered the scene and gave Strong an Undisputed ERA armband, with Cole telling Strong that he is “not a loser” and that he “needs to be a part of us.”

With the pivotal loss to Almas still fresh in his mind, is Strong now one step closer to accepting The Undisputed ERA’s offer?

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The NXT Universe knew there would be chaos when SAnitY battled Undisputed ERA, but no one could predict just how much mayhem would go down in this huge Six-Man Tag Team Match.

It’s easy to see why Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly arrived with so much hype as they grounded Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe & Killian Dain for the first half of this main-event showdown.

The talented trio’s momentum would come to a halt though, as The Beast of Belfast entered the contest, barreling through them with jaw-dropping power.

With Fish and O’Reilly incapacitated, SAnitY seemed primed to take out Cole, when The Authors of Pain made their surprising return. Not seen since losing the NXT Tag Team Titles at TakeOver: Brooklyn III to SAnitY, Rezar & Akam proceeded to destroy all three members of the chaos-inducing group.

As The Authors of Pain stood above a sea of carnage, The Undisputed ERA stood on the stage in awe of the destruction they had just witnessed.

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With a confident smirk on his face and Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish by his side, Adam Cole set the stage for his long-awaited NXT in-ring debut by making a pre-match declaration: He, O’Reilly & Fish represent a “shock to the system” of NXT, Cole said, before calling his trio “undisputed” and stating that this is their era.

Cole was every bit as bold once the bell rang for his match against Eric Young, screaming for the high priest of chaos to fight him. Young obliged and flustered Cole with a furious opening salvo, but Cole slyly found enough of an opening to kick Young to the floor, leading to a tense standoff between Fish & O’Reilly and the rest of SAnitY at ringside.

Young regained the advantage and eventually prepared to take flight off the top rope, but Fish & O’Reilly stalled him with a momentary distraction. Their interference set off a major brawl with SAnitY’s Alexander Wolfe and Killian Dain outside the ring. As he stood atop the turnbuckle, Young seemed to change his plan of attack and, instead of splashing the supine Cole, dove onto the mass of humanity on the floor.

Upon reentering the ring, however, Young was nearly taken out of his boots by a devastating Shining Wizard. Cole then scrambled to make the cover and scored the pinfall to reign victorious in his NXT debut. As Young’s SAnitY teammates swarmed the ring to check on their captain, Cole, O’Reilly & Fish quickly retreated, ensuring The Undisputed ERA lives to fight another day.

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