Undisputed ERA's Adam Cole considers the options that NXT General Manager William Regal has given him for NXT TakeOver: New Orleans.04/03/2018 - 17:30
History will be made this Saturday when Adam Cole, Velveteen Dream, EC3, Ricochet, Killian Dain and Lars Sullivan do battle in a Ladder Match to decide the first NXT North American Champion. Video courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.04/04/2018 - 17:45
Watch NXT and WWE Superstars get scanned for Mattel action figures in this behind-the-scenes WWE Performance Center video, courtesy of the Elite Squad.03/30/2018 - 16:45
From getting inked up with a turnbuckle tattoo to making joyful phone calls to loved ones, NXT Superstars and Performance Center recruits reveal their first reactions to being offered WWE contracts.02/16/2018 - 12:45
Check out The Undisputed Era's entrance video. WWE.com is your home for all your favorite WWE Superstar entrance videos.02/12/2018 - 12:00
Adam Cole: Bio
Irreverent, opportunistic and undeniably skilled, Adam Cole arrived in NXT with one goal in mind: to take over.
Once described by WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as “hellacious” inside the ring and on the microphone, Cole first made waves on the independent wrestling circuit. He competed around the globe for nearly 10 years, winning championships in almost every organization he competed and building a reputation for his meticulous in-ring attack, not to mention his exclamatory (and infectious) means of introducing himself: “Adam Cole, Bay Bay!”
Cole finally took NXT by storm in August 2017. Making an unforgettable debut at TakeOver: Brooklyn III, Cole joined forces with Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish to demolish NXT Champion Drew McIntyre. The outlaw collective quickly expanded its campaign to an all-out assault on the NXT roster. Calling themselves The Undisputed ERA, the unit has pledged to deliver change to NXT, and in 2018, Cole achieved his greatest accomplishment in WWE to date by defeating a crop of NXT's hungriest Superstars to become the first-ever NXT North American Champion. Later in the same evening, he spelled an injured Fish to help O'Reilly defend The Undisputed ERA's NXT Tag Team Titles, becoming the first-ever double champion in the history of NXT.