WWE News: Two big matches involving Undisputed ERA set for next week's NXT
Things are about to get very bad for Adam Cole and company
What's the story?
Adam Cole will be riding high following his incredible match with Aleister Black at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia, and his surprise Royal Rumble appearance during the Men's Royal Rumble Match but things are looking bad for The Undisputed ERA on next week's episode of NXT.
In case you didn't know...
Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly are the current NXT Tag-Team Champions after defeating SaNiTY to win the belts. Since then they've been involved in a continuous feud with Eric Young's stable, even involving a brutal WarGames match that TUE came out on top in. SaNiTY were due to get a title rematch recently but were attacked backstage by TUE.
The heart of the matter
It looks like the feud between The Undisputed ERA and SaNiTY is set to continue next week as two matches between the two stables were announced. The first one being a tag-team title rematch between Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly and Eric Young and Alexander Wolf after the planned match between the two teams was spoiled by a backstage attack
The second match involves Adam Cole, in what might be his greatest challenge yet, as he takes on 'The Beast of Belfast' Killian Dain in singles action. Dain is sure to be out to punish Cole, who might even still be suffering the effects of his extremely gruelling Rumble weekend.
It's safe to say that Killian Dain is certainly relishing the prospect of getting his hands on Adam Cole.
At this point, we don't really know. We don't even know the spoilers for these matches because the tapings haven't happened yet. However, I'm inclined to think that the WWE are going to continue to push The Undisputed ERA as the dominant heel faction of NXT, which means I think they'll find a way to come out standing tall.
The Undisputed ERA have been going from strength to strength in NXT and SaNiTY have also been consistently good as of late so this feud continuing is definitely a good idea in my eyes.