At the recently concluded NXT TakeOver: 31, Kyle O'Reilly competed in a rare singles match, as one half of The Undisputed Era's tag team specialist challenged Finn Balor for the NXT Championship. While O'Reilly came agonizingly close to winning the title, eventually he couldn't defeat the resilient Balor.
As seen in the closing stages of TakeOver: 31, however, O'Reilly's fellow stablemate and Undisputed Era leader Adam Cole was brutally beaten up by Ridge Holland and his body was delivered to the already distraught O'Reilly.
On this week's episode of WWE NXT, Kyle O'Reilly along with The Undisputed Era addressed a few issues. Afterward, the former NXT Tag Team Champion himself took to Twitter and sent a message to the WWE Universe with the usage of Van Halen's popular song, "Jump."
Kyle O'Reilly sends a message to the WWE Universe using a Van Halen reference
In response to a tweet sent out by WWE's official Twitter handle, Kyle O'Reilly warned the WWE Universe by using Van Halen's popular song "Jump." The song which originally consists of the lines, "Ah can't you see standin' here. I got my back against the record machine", was used in a very unique manner by O'Reilly.
The former NXT Tag Team Champion took to Twitter and wrote that The Undisputed Era is "standing here" with their backs against the record machine, which clearly is a reference to the song "Jump" by Van Halen. Van Halen's legendary guitarist, Eddie Van Halen, passed away earlier this week at the age of 65 after battling cancer.
Here is what Kyle O'Reilly tweeted out:
What is in store for The Undisputed Era next?
The ongoing storyline with The Undisputed Era is getting interesting by the minute. WWE has been teasing the fact that Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly might be on one side, whereas, Roderick Strong and Bobby Fish could end up splitting away from the duo. With TUE having achieved almost everything in NXT, there is also a huge chance of them being promoted to the main roster, especially with the WWE Draft right around the corner.Published 09 Oct 2020, 02:08 IST