Adam Cole Stable Gets Name, 205 Live Star Turns Heel, Hype Bros
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Former Ring of Honor stars Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly were signed by NXT recently after making impressive debuts against Aleister Black. They appear to be challenging SAnitY soon for the NXT Tag Team Championships. Additionally, the group became even bigger when Adam Cole aligned himself with them. It appears as though the stable of ex-ROH wrestlers now has an official name. The group now has a t-shirt available on WWEShop.com, and it reveals that the group will now be officially known as, The Undisputed Era. The shirt also has the phrase "Shock the System" on the back. It has since been announced that Cole's Pro Wrestling Tees shop will be closing this Friday.
One of the cruiserweights that has managed to make a name for themselves thus far has been "The Extraordinary Gentleman" Jack Gallagher. Gallagher impressed WWE officials during his run in the Crusierweight Classic last year, and he has since been working as a babyface for most of his WWE run. However, on last night's edition of 205 Live, Gallagher shocked the WWE Universe by turning on Cedric Alexander. He later aligned himself with The Brian Kendrick, who he had been feuding with prior to the heel turn. This is the first time that Gallagher has turned heel ever since joining WWE on a full time basis late last year.
It's no secret that WWE has lost a ton of tag teams this year. Just recently, we have seen the likes of Enzo Amore & Big Cass, #DIY, and American Alpha all go their separate ways. Unfortunately, it does appear as though another tag team is set to split up. On Smackdown, The Hype Bros were defeated by Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable. Mojo Rawley accepted a handshake after the loss, but Zack Ryder walked away from the ring. He posted a tweet later on today that seemed to indicate that he is moving on from the team. The Hype Bros have been rumored to split for months now, and it appears as if WWE is finally pulling the trigger on the end of the team.