The Ring of Honor trio comprised of former ROH World Champions Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly, plus former ROH Television Champion Bobby Fish (who was a 2x ROH World Tag Team Champion with O’Reilly in reDRagon) have apparently been given their stable name in NXT, according to brand new shirts released by WWE.com – although determining which of the three possibilities is the stable name is another question.
The front of the shirt proclaims “Undisputed Era”, which implies that the stable is called The Undisputed (or The Undisputed Era). The back also features the words “Shock The System”, which could also be a stable name (although most likely a catchphrase), playing on the name of the former tag team in ROH and PWG that featured Cole and O’Reilly, Future Shock. Lastly, their logo is an amalgamation of the first letters of their last names – CFO – although that could also be a tongue in cheek nod to WWE music producers CFO$.
Still no official word if O’Reilly and Fish will continue to use the reDRagon name for their NXT tag team (ROH may potentially hold ownership in the name), but they’re expected to get a good showing in this year’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, while Adam Cole chases Drew McIntyre for the NXT Championship. With the recent signings of former ROH stars Lio Rush and Donovan Dijak, speculation is that one of them may also join the faction. Purely speculation at this point, but Dijak would be the one who makes the most sense – with his size of 6’7″, he could be the enforcer the trio could use. But for now, it appears that the faction will be remaining as a three man unit called Undisputed.