Report: Kyle O'Reilly's Contract With WWE NXT Expires In December

Another NXT contract is reportedly expiring soon.

According to Mike Johnson at PWInsider, Kyle O'Reilly's contract with NXT is reportedly expiring next month. An exact date was not given.

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O'Reilly signed with NXT in 2017 and was aligned with Adam Cole and Bobby Fish as part of the Undisputed ERA at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III. He is a former three-time NXT Tag Team Champion.

O'Reilly is currently aligned with Von Wagner on NXT TV. The duo lost to Legado Del Fantasma (Joaquin Wilde & Raul Mendoza) on Tuesday's NXT.

Undisputed ERA split in February with Cole turning on the group, leading to a feud between O'Reilly and Cole, which was capped off at NXT TakeOver 36 and O'Reilly winning in a Three Stages Of Hell Match.

Cole's contract with NXT expired after NXT TakeOver 36. He joined AEW at All Out. Fish was released by WWE on August 6. He too has signed with AEW. Roderick Strong, the fourth member of Undisputed ERA, is the reigning NXT Cruiserweight Champion and current leader of Diamond Mine.

Fightful will provide an update on the status of O'Reilly as more is known.

O'Reilly deal isn't the only NXT contract reportedly set to expire in December as Fightful recently reported that Johnny Gargano's deal is also up next month. You can learn more by clicking here.

If you missed anything from Tuesday's NXT, check out Fightful's report on the show by clicking here.

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