Bobby Fish Reveals WWE Considered Bringing Undisputed ERA To The Main Roster
Undisputed ERA on the WWE main roster could have been a reality
Undisputed ERA were the top faction on WWE's NXT brand from their formation in August 2017 until Adam Cole attacked Kyle O'Reilly in February 2021 to dissolve the group.
Many hoped to see the stable move to the main roster and UE did make brief appearances on Raw and SmackDown around Survivor Series 2019 but Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Roderick Strong, and Bobby Fish wouldn't be called up to main for a full-time run.
Speaking on the Going Broadway Podcast, Bobby Fish revealed that WWE did discuss moving UE to the main roster, though.
"Yeah, there definitely were conversations. We went up to Raw and SmackDown. I don't remember exactly the time frame of it but it was that one year Kyle (O'Reilly) and I wrestled. Was it (Survivor Series)?... I know on SmackDown, we came up and we jumped FTR and Roddy (Strong) and (Adam) Cole jumped The New Day. We did a thing on Raw with Hunter, which again, another moment that was just surreal. So yeah, there was definitely talk and thought of it but nothing really panned out and it was always something that was gonna be revisited. So I just think, you know, like a lot of things in wrestling, we just didn't get there," Fish said.
By the end of 2021, Undisputed ERA had somewhat reunited with Cole, Fish, and O'Reilly having all departed WWE for All Elite Wrestling and formed the Undisputed Elite. Roderick Strong remains a part of WWE NXT but he is currently out of action due to injury.
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