The Undisputed ERA def. Pat McAfee, Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch (WarGames Match)
In a WarGames showdown of absolute chaos for the future of NXT, The Undisputed ERA stood tall over Pat McAfee, Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch.
The Undisputed ERA returned to WarGames for the fourth time and sent Kyle O'Reilly to the cage first. In response, Pete Dunne started the match and battled O’Reilly for the first five minutes.
Oney Lorcan next joined the fray, which definitely spelled “bad news” for O'Reilly (as commentator Wade Barrett might say). After O’Reilly suffered at the hands of a 2-on-1 disadvantage, Bobby Fish emerged, and Undisputed ERA took charge.
Danny Burch entered next and brought a pair of dangerous cricket bats for his team to use to its advantage. Despite the damage the weapons caused, Roderick Strong joined next and took on all three of his opponents at once until the numbers game caught up with him, and Team McAfee again took over.
McAfee entered next and brought steel chairs and tables labeled with his opponents’ names on them. He then sat back for a bit until the opportune time came to hit a moonsault on Strong off the top rope and through a table. Adam Cole joined last and sprayed his foes with a fire extinguisher, as Wargames officially began!
For a while, McAfee sat back and only attacked when it served his purpose. That was until Cole smashed him with a chair. McAfee even managed to nail Cole from behind and lock him in the Figure-Four Leglock, but Cole reserved it and continued to dish out pain.
As the action raged on, Strong catapulted himself off the top rope and drove Burch and Dunne through a table at the same time. Moments later, Cole hurled McAfee off the top rope and through another table below.
Then, The Undisputed ERA placed Dunne, Burch and Lorcan between the ropes and the unforgiving steel and took turns ramming them into oblivion. This left McAfee on the wrong side of the 4-on-1 assault at the hands of The Undisputed ERA in a moment of poetic justice. However, the assault also gave Team McAfee time to get back in the action, setting up a brawl on the side of the cage that ended with Cole hitting Dunne with a neckbreaker and Strong hitting a Superplex on McAfee. Then, as both sides began to brawl in the middle of the ring, McAfee suddenly leapt off the top of the cage, somersaulting onto the Superstars below!
Out of the fray, O’Reilly and Dunne battled one-on-one, and The BruiserWeight nearly got the pinfall with the Bitter End. O’Reilly then roared back and suplexed Dunne onto the metal floor between the rings. Nevertheless, McAfee put an end to O’Reilly’s onslaught with a chair strike. Cole tried to use the chair against him, but McAfee caught him with a low blow.
After Fish tackled Burch through a table, Cole hit McAfee with a superkick as McAfee jumped from the top rope. Nevertheless, McAfee still kicked out of the Panama Sunrise! And when bedlam ensued once more, O’Reilly leapt off the top rope and drove the steel chair into the face of Lorcan for the three-count.