Adam Cole Has No Idea What Kyle O'Reilly Is Gonna Do After NXT; Would Love An Undisputed ERA Reunion

Adam Cole is down for an Undisputed ERA reunion.

The Undisputed ERA was the hottest heel faction in the black and gold era of NXT. The group dominated NXT for three-and-a-half years. They split in early 2020 and within nine months of their split, Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, and Bobby Fish departed NXT, with Bobby and Adam landing in AEW very quickly.

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Adam was recently asked about Kyle also landing in AEW now that he's said "smell ya later" to NXT 2.0. Speaking at C2E2, Adam says he has no idea what Kyle wants to do, but, of course, is open to reuniting the ERA in AEW.

Cole also says he loves merging the SuperKliq with Undisputed ERA as Bobby Fish is currently tagging with Cole and The Young Bucks as Fish finds his footing in AEW.

"So again, for anyone who doesn't know, I have a long storied history with The Young Bucks. We used to team together a lot of honor in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, was in the Bullet Club in New Japan with The Young Bucks. To go away from them for years, and then coming back and being able to team with them again, it was a little nerve-wracking, because it had been quite some time. Then again, it was like riding a bike right away, that chemistry is still there. Then when I think about chemistry, I think about guys like Bobby Fish, and I think about my long four years, with Bobby with Kyle and with Rod. I think about the connection I had with those guys. So the fact that I'm getting to mesh teaming with The Young Bucks and on TV with Bobby Fish, I mean, I couldn't be any happier. It's been great."

Cole later added, "I have no idea what Kyle's gonna do. I really don't. I'm not even sure he knows exactly what it's gonna do. But the idea of getting to reunite with Kyle as well as Bobby? Hell yeah, I'd love that! Hell yeah, I would! Absolutely."

WWE did make an attempt to sign Kyle O'Reilly with a multi-year deal that ultimately, Kyle did not accept. Learn more about the offer here.

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