William Regal informed Undisputed ERA that they will compete in two huge title matches in the coming weeks
ORLANDO, Fla. — NXT General Manager William Regal planned to update the NXT Universe on his investigation into the attack on Aleister Black, but that was cut short when Undisputed ERA reared their heads. They confronted Regal over a litany of perceived offenses, from fostering an environment where such an ambush could happen, to not punishing The War Raiders for sticking their noses in Undisputed ERA’s business, to granting Pete Dunne an NXT North American Title Match ahead of Adam Cole.
Noting that Cole hadn’t asked for his rematch against Ricochet (and hypothesizing that Cole wanted Dunne to first soften up The One and Only), Regal stood firm even as Undisputed ERA tried to intimidate him.
Cole demanded a rematch on the spot. Regal conceded that he would receive his rematch, but made it for Oct. 10. And instead of a one-on-one battle, he announced – much to The Panama City Playboy’s chagrin – that it will be a Triple Threat Match involving Ricochet and WWE U.K. Champion Dunne. Regal wasn’t done there, informing Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly that they must defend the NXT Tag Team Titles against Hanson & Rowe on Oct. 17. For once, it was Undisputed ERA’s system that was shocked.