Bobby Fish Praises Triple H's Genius in Managing Undisputed Era



by NOMAN RASOOL

Bobby Fish Praises Triple H's Genius in Managing Undisputed Era
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In a recent interview with WrestlingNewsCo, former WWE wrestler Bobby Fish shed light on the discussions that surrounded the potential move of The Undisputed Era to WWE's flagship shows, "Raw" or "SmackDown." Fish acknowledged that there were indeed talks about such a transition within the company.

He emphasized that while he wasn't privy to the inner workings of these discussions, they did take place at various points during their tenure in WWE. Fish highlighted that the segments featuring The Undisputed Era on "Raw" and "SmackDown," as well as their participation in events like Survivor Series, were well-received by the WWE Universe.

One notable moment recalled by Fish was their interaction with Paul "Triple H" Levesque, WWE's Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development, on "Raw." He expressed that this segment was positively received by fans.

Additionally, he mentioned their memorable encounter with The New Day and The Revival (formerly known as FTR), which left a lasting impact on viewers.

Triple H's Strategic Brilliance

Fish believes that one of the key factors contributing to the group's success and popularity was Triple H's strategic brilliance in forming The Undisputed Era.

Despite not being the physically largest individuals, the members of the faction possessed exceptional in-ring abilities and unique talents. Fish emphasized that fans developed a strong attachment to the group and did not want to see them split apart.

The Undisputed Era, consisting of Bobby Fish, Adam Cole, Roderick Strong (who joined in 2018), and Kyle O'Reilly, had a remarkable run in WWE's developmental brand, NXT, from 2017 to 2021. During their tenure, they achieved numerous championship victories and garnered widespread acclaim, cementing their legacy as one of NXT's most successful stables.

Since their departure from WWE, the members of The Undisputed Era have pursued different paths. Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, and Kyle O'Reilly have signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW), while Bobby Fish has ventured into the world of professional boxing and continues to compete on the independent wrestling circuit.

The Undisputed Era's impact on WWE and NXT remains a significant part of their wrestling history, and fans continue to fondly remember their time together as one of the most dynamic factions in recent memory. This update on The Undisputed Era's potential move to "Raw" or "SmackDown" offers insight into the inner workings of WWE and the enduring appeal of this iconic faction.

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