Adam Cole Turns On Kyle O'Reilly, Future Of Undisputed Era Uncertain At NXT Takeover: Vengeance Day

Could we be seeing the end of the Undisputed Era?

After uncharacteristically not being booked to wrestle on an NXT Takeover, Undisputed Era made the save for Finn Balor at the end of Vengeance Day. After disposing of Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch, the group seemed poised to welcome Finn Balor to the group.

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Not so fast.

Kyle O'Reilly signified at invitation to Balor after the latter's successful NXT Championship victory, but Adam Cole didn't take too kindly to either of them. He superkicked Balor, and was berated by O'Reilly, before handing one over to him as well. Roderick Strong looked on, stunned, not identifying any particular allegiance. Bobby Fish was not present, and has been sidelined with an injury since NXT Takeover: Wargames in December.

Undisputed Era has been going strong for three and a half years after forming on August 19, 2017 at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn. Together, the unit has captured the NXT Championship, the North American title twice, the tag team titles three times, and the 2018 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

Fightful has full live coverage of NXT Takeover: Vengeance Day, and a ton of additional coverage including Triple H media calls both before and after the event, a Fightful Scraps Watch Along, and a post-show podcast.

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