Adam Cole Thinks The Undisputed Era Splitting Up Was ‘The Right Call’

By | July 3, 2021

The Undisputed Era made their debut in NXT back in 2017 and since then they cemented themselves as one of the most dominant factions in the history of the pro wrestling business.

Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong formed the faction that defined the past few years in NXT. Unfortunately, the faction would break up earlier in the year after Adam Cole betrayed the group.

While speaking to talkSPORT, Adam Cole shared his thoughts on the Undisputed Era breaking up after years of being together. According to Adam Cole, the Undisputed Era splitting up was the right call as it helped develop all four NXT Superstars as individuals.

“It was conflicting emotions. I had been, literally, attached to the hip to Kyle, Bobby and then Roddy my entire run in NXT. The moment I debuted I was standing beside Kyle and Bobby. Everything I had known about my time in NXT was Undisputed ERA. Going in a different direction was scary. Also, it happened so fast. It wasn’t this thing that we were preparing for, it was something that fell into our laps. We had very little time to process it or think about it, but looking at it now, I absolutely think it was the right call.

“It’s never going to feel – especially when you have the chemistry we had – it’s never going to feel like the perfect time. However, I do think development-wise for all of us individually, it’s been really, really important. I had the time of my life in the Undisputed Era – I really, really did – but I do think it was a good call.”

Since the breakup, Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly have been enhanced in a bitter feud which will reach the next level as they are set to face off against each other on NXT Great American Bash on July 6th. We will have to see who will come out on top in the match.