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 Strong Era

For the first time in his life, Roderick Strong understands what it means to have something — or someone — worth fighting for.
Strong had his share of obstacles to overcome, including a messy home life. That’s why he spent his upbringing escaping to the wrestling ring set up in his backyard. Now with a family of his own, Strong spends his time in the squared circle for an entirely different reason: to give his son the life he never had.
A seasoned veteran of sports-entertainment, Strong traveled around the world for decades plying his craft, becoming an international star in the process. Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of devastating backbreakers, he’s left a pile of broken men in his wake wherever he goes. READ MORE

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 Undisputed Appearances

July 11th: NXT Winter Haven, Florida
July 12th: NXT Largo, Florida
July 18th: NXT Lakeland, Florida
July 19th: NXT Tampa, Florida
July 20th: NXT Cocoa, Florida
July 25th: NXT Charleston, SC/ Orlando
July 26th: NXT Columbia, South Carolina
July 27th: NXT Atlanta, Georgia/ Ft Pierce
July 28th: NXT Concord, North Carolina
August 1st: NXT St Petersburg, Florida
August 2nd: NXT Melbourne, Florida
August 8th: NXT Albany, New York
August 9th: NXT Buffalo, New York
August 10th: NXT TakeOver Toronto
August 16th: NXT Sebring/ Florida
August 17th: NXT Daytona
August 22nd: NXT Venice
August 23rd: NXT Sanford

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  2019/06/23
NXT TakeOver XXV Results
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NXT TakeOver XXV Digitals | NXT TakeOver XXV Video Captures

A true brawl of the mighty launched the 25th edition of NXT TakeOver, and given the sterling wrecking crews involved, there was no better way to crack the pavement.

In a painful blitz between pure strength and spine-tingling backbreakers, Matt Riddle and Roderick Strong slugged it out in a perilous back-and-forth contest. It was a physical trade-off from the get-go, with Riddle flinging his opponent across the canvas with a deadlift trifecta of gut-wrench suplexes. Not one to be outdone, The Messiah of the Backbreaker delivered a visual composite of his namesake by dropping Riddle into the ring apron with a vertebrae-shattering backdrop.

But that was just a sample of the full force these two locksmiths unloaded on each other, as Strong catapulted Riddle across the ring with a highlight reel superplex. Failing to secure a pin-count, Strong unloaded on his rival with a flurry of forearms before connecting with a belly-to-back facebuster that Riddle once again escaped. The Original Bro struck back and sent a shock to Strong’s system by sneaking out of a grueling Boston Crab submission hold to pull out an amazing execution of the Bromission. Despite powering out of the hold, Strong soon learned that his perseverance further fueled the brutal side of Riddle. After Strong slithered out of the move, Riddle responded with his own flurry of forearm attacks before taking a page out of his opponent’s playbook with a spine-stinging driver to secure the win.

 
  2018/11/18
War Games Leaves A Mark: NXT TakeOver Los Angeles, November 17, ...
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NXT TakeOver Digitals | Video Captures

Where there’s a wall, there’s a war – and that much was certain following the demolition derby that took place inside STAPLES Center. Whereas The Undisputed ERA claimed victory in last year’s devastating WarGames Match, the nefarious faction tasted defeat this year — as NXT North American Champion Ricochet, WWE U.K. Champion Pete Dunne & War Raiders stepped out of the intimidating double cage as masters of warfare.

A rematch of the NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV started the first five minutes of the match, as NXT North American Champion Ricochet went toe-to-toe with Adam Cole. Picking up where their previous confrontations left off, the two unloaded a series of hard hits, including Cole catching a leaping Ricochet out of the air with a vertebra-pounding backstabber.

Once the first period expired, Kyle O’Reilly, who won the WarGames advantage for Undisputed ERA earlier this week on NXT, rushed out of the shark cage near the entrance way and into the ring to lend a helping hand to Cole. Together, the Undisputed ERA brothers landed a devastating Ushigoroshi on The One and Only. After the second period ended, War Raiders’ Hanson was the next to enter the action, pushing Dunne aside and bulldozing his way into WarGames, laying waste to both Cole and O’Reilly. At one point, Hanson went down on all fours to allow Ricochet to springboard off his back and land a Shooting Star Press on O’Reilly.

Later, Roderick Strong and Rowe entered the ring, sending the brewing chaos in the dual ring to boiling levels. Drama unfolded when Bobby Fish, competing in his first match since undergoing knee surgery for a torn ACL, used the padlock from his cage to lock Dunne in his own cage before tossing the key into the crowd. To keep Dunne from grabbing his fingers through the cage, Fish attacked The BruiserWeight’s knee, which was injured last Wednesday night. From there, Fish and the rest of Undisputed ERA unloaded on Dunne’s teammates with ERA-branded steel chairs, exploiting their four-on-three advantage.

The match turned into a battlefield, and the vestiges of war were apparent as bodies flew across both rings. But by the time referees finally broke Dunne out of his cage with a pair of bolt cutters, it was all-out bedlam.

A spear from Fish folded Rowe through a mounted table, and a springboard body splash by Hanson crushed O’Reilly through another table. In one of the most chaotic moments of the jaw-dropping melee, both teams locked into each other like Voltron to drop each other from the cage wall onto the canvas with a unified suplex. As the only competitor not involved in that ring-rattling maneuver, The One and Only worked his aerial magic, too, dropping from the skies with an incredible double-rotation moonsault from the top of the cage.

Aching in pain but energized by the fight, all eight Superstars rose to their feet and unleashed fisticuffs in the middle of the two rings as the NXT Universe erupted in excitement. The action only escalated from there, with The Raiders crushing Fish with the Fallout, and NXT Tag Team Champions Strong & O’Reilly cut down Rowe with a high-low combination.

As the carnage spread across the two rings, with Superstars sprawled around damaged and beaten, Dunne mustered up enough strength to drop Cole with a Bitter End, which was followed up by an out-of-nowhere 450 Splash by Ricochet. Both Dunne and Ricochet swung their nearly lifeless arms across Cole to score the victory, winning the war against The Undisputed ERA, and the two titleholders celebrated by ascending the WarGames structure and triumphantly lifting their championship into the air as TakeOver: WarGames II concluded.

 
  2018/08/19
NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed ERA def. Moustache Mountai...
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NXT TakeOver Digitals | Video Captures

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The old saying is: If you’re going through hell, keep going. That might apply to The Undisputed ERA in a way they didn’t anticipate. The NXT Tag Team Champions’ grueling defense against Moustache Mountain may end up being little more than a five-star appetizer en route to a feast by the War Raiders, who made good on their promise to target whoever left NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV as Tag Team Champions.

If Undisputed ERA’s destiny is to defend the titles against the War Raiders, however, they certainly earned the honor. Moustache Mountain came to Brooklyn more than prepared for the champions’ chicanery, with Tyler Bate & Trent Seven excellent both individually and in tandem. It was a performance as well-oiled as their ’staches, but what they weren’t prepared for was Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong’s tenacity.

Both the Tyler Driver ’97 and Seven Stars Lariat failed to earn pinfalls, as did their tandem kneedrop-Burning Hammer combo. Inevitably, Moustache Mountain found themselves in a mirror image of their title loss, with Bate trapped in an agonizing heel hook and Seven narrowly convincing himself not to throw in the towel. Bate managed to muscle his way back to Seven to tag in, but his damaged leg left him just hindered enough for Strong to blast him out of the ring with a knee. UE quickly transitioned to a High-Low to Seven, putting him down for a successful pinfall. That’s when the War Raiders struck, obliterating O’Reilly & Strong in a beatdown that seems to foretell disaster for the champions down the line. Suffice it to say, retaining the NXT Tag Team Titles may be the worst decision The Undisputed ERA ever made.

 
  2018/06/17
Lorcan & Burch Push Undisputed ERA To The Limit In Gutsy Sh...
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NXT TakeOver Digitals | NXT TakeOver Captures

CHICAGO — Despite turning in one of the grittiest efforts of their careers, Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan came just shy of capturing the NXT Tag Team Championship at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II, as Undisputed ERA’s Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly maintained court and defeated the hard-hitting duo in a blistering opening contest.

With tensions between the two duos boiling over during the past several weeks, the physicality was off the charts from the get go. Burch & Lorcan kept Strong & O’Reilly at bay in the early goings, using a mix of ground-and-pound, aggressive strikes and straight-up aggression to take control of the bout. However, when Strong hit Burch flush in the face with a dropkick and then smashed him across one of the LED boards below the ring apron, Undisputed ERA took control.

Strong and O’Reilly kept Burch down with hard-hitting offense and a swarming of submission holds. It wasn’t until the battered Burch connected with a brutal headbutt that he was able to tag in Lorcan, who absolutely exploded, downing his opposition instantly with a barrage of offense. Oney and the refurbished Burch kept Undisputed ERA reeling until O’Reilly was applied a cross armbreaker that evened the playing field.

NXT North American Champion Adam Cole made a pivotal save for his cohorts when he pulled O’Reilly out of the ring after it appeared he would be down for a definite three-count following an unbelievable flying European uppercut. Cole was caught by the referee and promptly ejected from ringside as Lorcan & Burch continued to rally.

In the pivotal moment, O’Reilly & Strong temporarily eliminated Burch, leaving the legal Lorcan alone with both NXT Tag Team Champions. After a succession of strikes, a more-than-dazed Lorcan was struck with a high-low combination from Undisputed ERA that kept him down for three.

The champions walked away victorious, but as the battered challengers rose to their feet in the ring, the NXT Universe paid respect with a stirring standing ovation. They may not have earned the titles, but Oney & Lorcan definitely earned respect.

 
  2018/04/08
NXT TakeOver: New Orleans Results – April 7, 2018
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Undisputed Era vs Authors of Pain vs Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong

It was a good night to be in The Undisputed ERA. Not only did Adam Cole reign as the first-ever NXT North American Champion in a hard-fought Ladder Match, but his faction’s initially depleted ranks were replenished with one fell swoop when Roderick Strong crossed the battle lines to help them retain the NXT Tag Team Titles and become, by proxy, the winner of the 2018 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

That extra stipulation came about after The Undisputed ERA crashed the finals of the Classic this past week, thereby leading NXT General Manager William Regal to decree that the two interrupted teams — The Authors of Pain and Pete Dunne & Strong — would meet the champions at TakeOver: New Orleans in a winner-take-all Triple Threat Match. With Cole spelling the injured Bobby Fish at less than 100% (to put it lightly) after the bone-smashing Ladder Match that made him the inaugural NXT North American Champion, the bout was looking like a formality for the rampaging Authors of Pain.

Akam & Rezar seemed to seal The Undisputed ERA’s fate early on with a double powerbomb to Cole through the commentary table, but give Kyle O’Reilly credit for putting anything that moved into submissions — at one point he had Strong and Akam in two simultaneous holds … that is, until Rezar powerbombed Pete Dunne on top of O’Reilly to take him out of the battle entirely.

O’Reilly’s ousting brought the match down to the initial finalists of the Dusty Classic, though the lone NXT Tag Champion in the contest managed to make his presence felt at key moments. Unfortunately for everyone, the madcap pace of the contest made the competitors easy pickings for Pete Dunne, the brawling United Kingdom Champion who countered AOP’s power with joint manipulation and O’Reilly’s blistering strikes with some heavy hits and, finally, the Bitter End. That was when Strong made his move, breaking up the pinfall and blasting The Bruiserweight with the End of Heartache before throwing O’Reilly on top of his partner to hand Undisputed ERA the win.

After the bell, Strong made his intentions completely clear, donning an Undisputed ERA armband to pledge allegiance to the faction he had just helped carry to unprecedented glory. The move may earn him some raised eyebrows from the NXT Universe that had embraced Strong’s underdog mentality, true. But given his self-stated goal to win titles in NXT, it’s hard to argue that Strong hasn’t made the best decision of his career. The Undisputed ERA is now the team to beat, and Roderick Strong is a made man.

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  2018/04/05
NXT TakeOver: New Orleans Preview – NXT Tag Team Champions...
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By interfering in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Final between Roderick Strong & WWE U.K. Champion Pete Dunne and The Authors of Pain, Undisputed ERA may have thought they had schemed their way out of defending the NXT Tag Team Titles Saturday night at TakeOver: New Orleans.

They were wrong.

With Bobby Fish forced to sit out of TakeOver due to injury, some form of Undisputed ERA — either Kyle O’Reilly & Adam Cole as a unit or O’Reilly by himself — will face both Strong & Dunne and AOP in an NXT Tag Team Title Triple Threat Match that will also determine the winners of the 2018 Dusty Cup.

The unique predicament is the result of Cole & O’Reilly’s interference in the Dusty Cup Final on Wednesday’s NXT, which left the tournament without definitive victors. In response to their skullduggery, NXT General Manager William Regal ruled that Undisputed ERA would have to compete in a Triple Threat Match instead of the originally scheduled traditional tag team match.

Cole is already slated to compete in another bout Saturday night, the historic NXT North American Title Six-Man Ladder Match. When Cole & O’Reilly confronted Regal about his decision to fill up The Panama City Playboy’s dance card, the NXT GM offered Cole three options: Either wrestle in both championship tilts, leave O’Reilly to fend for himself against Strong & Dunne and AOP, or forfeit his spot in the Ladder Match.

Whatever choice The Panama City Playboy makes, Undisputed ERA’s path to title retention remains daunting. The Authors of Pain are one of the most dominant tandems to ever compete on the black-and-yellow brand, and though Strong & Dunne are a brand-new pairing, their remarkable performances in the Dusty Rhodes Classic prove they’re ready to compete with NXT’s elite teams.

Find out which duo will leave The Big Easy with the NXT Tag Team Titles this Saturday when NXT TakeOver: New Orleans streams live at 8 ET/5 PT, exclusively on the award-winning WWE Network.

 
  2017/11/19
NXT TakeOver Houston: War Games Results – November 18, 201...
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We see Paul Elleriing talking to Roderick Strong while the Authors of Pain pace in the background. William Regal stops by to talk to them.

War Games Match: Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, and Bobby Fish) versus Sanity (Eric Young, Killian Dain, and Alexander Wolfe) versus Roderick Strong and Authors of Pain (Akam and Rezar [with Paul Ellering])

Eric Young will be starting things off for Sanity. Adam Cole starts the match for Undisputed Era. Cole goes into the second ring so he is not in the same ring as Young. Roderick Strong begins the match for his team.

Cole goes into the second ring and Strong and Young follow. Cole tries to punch Strong but Strong blocks it and punches Cole. Young misses a clothesline and then Young kicks Cole. Strong kicks Cole. Strong tries to send Young into Cole but they miss. Young punches Strong and Young avoids being sent into the cage by Cole. Coles does the same. Young with an elbow to Cole. Strong with a backbreaker to Young. Strong and Cole exchange forearms. Strong with a chop. Strong catapults Cole into the cage and they climb the cage. Strong and Young punch Cole and connect with forearms. Young and Strong punch each other on the ropes and then Cole runs into the ropes to knock Young and Strong off the ropes.

Cole kicks Strong and Young. Cole sends Strong between the rings and Strong rolls into the second ring. Cole with a forearm to Young but Young with a punch. Cole with a Ushigoroshi to Young and Cole goes into Strong’s ring. Cole with forearms to Strong. Cole chokes Strong in the corner. Cole with a forearm to Young followed by one to Strong. Cole with a suplex to Strong followed by a neck breaker to Strong and Young.

Strong with chops and a flying clothesline. Strong chops Cole and Young adn then he hits running knees on both men and chops.

We hit the five minute mark of the match and The Undisputed Era enter the match. Fish and O’Reilly go after Strong and punch and kick him. Then they turn their attention to Young. Cole watches as Fish and O’Reilly work over Young and Strong. Fish kicks Strong across the chest. Young is put between the ropes and cage and Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly hit running elbows against the cage. Strong with punches and kicks to Fish and O’Reilly. Fish hits an assisted wheelbarrow suplex on Strong while Cole rubs Young’s face against the cage. Strong kicks Kyle to escape a knee bar.

Fish kicks Young and then they set their attention on Strong. All hit running forearms on Strong against the cage. Kyle kicks Strong while Cole kicks Young.

The Authors of Pain are the next team to be released from the cages and they try to enter the cage but Fish and O’Reilly try to keep them out of the cage. Rezar sends Kyle into the cage while Young goes after Akam. Rezar sends Kyle into the cage to try to get him off and. Cole is bieled from ring one to ring two onto Kyle. Young is sent into ring two. Akam and Rezar send Strong into Young and the Undisputed Era.

Rezar puts Young in the tree of woe while Akam sends Fish into the cage. Kyle is put in the tree of woe. Akam and Rezar pick up Fish and Cole and hit running Death Valley Drivers into the turnbuckles. Rezar with a forearm to Cole’s back.

Killian Dain and Alexander Wolfe make their way to the ring and Wolfe has a billy club and he hits Akam and Rezar. Wolfe with a side Russian leg sweep to Akam. Dain brings some chairs and trash cans into the ring along with a chain and some kendo sticks. Young and Wolfe hit everyone in sight with chairs. Akam is being choked with the chair. Dain goes under the ring and he brings out a few tables. Young chokes Strong in the corner while the tables are brought into the ring.

Wolfe sets up a table in the corner. Kyle ‘Angles’ himself with a chair and Wolfe with a German suplex. Fish is slammed onto a trash can.

Dain finally gets in the cage. Dain swallows the key and then he clotheslines Strong, Fish, and O’Reilly. Dain with forearms to Akam and Rezar. Dain with a splash into Akam and Rezar and then he hits a running drop kick back senton. Dain goes up top and he hits a cross body on everyone. Dain gets the first near fall of the match. Dain goes into the ring with Cole and Cole swings the kendo stick but Dain blocks it. Dain gets Cole up in a vertical choke. Kyle with kicks. Cole goes for a sunset flip and Dain hits a Michinoku Driver onto Fish for a near fall on both men. Kyle is sent into the cage.

Dain gets Kyle on his shoulders and he catches Strong for a Fallaway Slam and Samoan Drop combination. Dain and Rezar exchange forearms between rings. They move into the first ring and Dain wtih a forearm. Rezar with a boot to Dain but Dain with a bicycle kick. Dain with a cross body. Akam with a kick and a power slam for a near fall. Kyle with a tornado DDT on Akam. Young with a waist lock on Cole but Cole with an enzuigiri. Fish and Storng with kicks. The Undisputed Era hit Chasing the Dragon on Strong. Dain clotheslines Cole.

Dain misses a double clothesline on Fish and O’Reilly but they do not miss with kicks. Kyle with Axe and Smash on Wolfe. Kyle tries to choke Wolfe with the chain and then he wraps him up in the chair and applies a cross arm breaker. Young climbs the cage and he hits an elbow drop to stop Kyle. Fish with a moonsault onto Young to break up the cover. Rezasr and Akam with Super Collider on Fish and O’Reilly with Dain between the rings and in the middle of the action.

Young sends Rezar into Akam and Young with a forearm to Akam. Young gets Rezar on his shoulders and he hits a Death Valley Driver onto Akam. Young gets a near fall. Cole and Strong with forearms. Strong with a back breaker on Cole and then he hits one on Wolfe. Young with a jumping knee to Dain but Dain stays on his feet. Strong with an Olympic Slam on Dain but Cole with a super kick to break up the cover.

Cole goes up top but so does Young. Cole is between the rings and Strong climbs the turnbuckles as well. Dain and Wolfe stop Strong while Fish and O’Reilly stop Young. Akam and Rezar hit a double Tower of Doom and Cole is still on the turnbuckles between the rings. Cole laughs at everyone and then he realizes Akam and Rezar are looking at him. Rezar crotches Cole and Akam and Rezar move the tables.

The tables are set up next to each other in the second ring. Akam and Rezar climb the turnbuckles for a double belly-to-back superplex but Wolfe stops Akam and Rezar. Cole with elbows. Wolfe with forearms to Rezar. Cole climbs to the top of the cage. Wolfe with a German Superplex on Rezar through the table. Young with a jumping neck breaker to Akam. Kyle grabs a trash can and he tries to hit Dain with it. Kyle blocks a trash can shot. Kyle with a knee to Dain, but Dain with a clothesline to Kyle.

Referees check on Wolfe and Rezar in the other ring.

Dain grabs the trash can and puts it against Kyle’s head. Dain goes to the turnbuckles and he says something to Cole before hitting Coast to Coast on Kyle. Cole stands on top of the cage. Cole sees Strong standing in the center of the ring and Strong climbs the cage. Cole climbs down the cage but Strong stops him and they are on top of the cage. Strong sets for a superplex off the cage and he hits it on everyone. Strong covers Cole and he kicks out.

The referee makes sure that everyone is still conscious and they start to stir. Dain and Akam fight between the rings. They exchange punches. Dain misses a clothesline and then the Authors of Pain hit Last Chapter on Dain between the rings. Kyle with a sleeper on Rezar while Fish punches Rezar. Fish and O’Reilly with Total Elimination on Rezar. Young sends Fish into the ring post. Wolfe and Young hit a belly-to-back and neck breaker combination on Kyle. Strong with a reverse Olympic Slam on Young. Strong sends Cole into the cage. Young with a wheelbarrow suplex into the cage on Strong. Cole hits Young with the kendo stick.

Young grabs a chair and Cole with a Shining Wizard into the chair and Cole gets the three count.

Winners: Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, and Bobby Fish

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  2017/11/17
NXT TakeOver: WarGames preview, Nov. 18, 2017: The battle lines ...
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The highly popular WarGames Match is back, and it’s returning in the biggest way imaginable.

Tomorow night at NXT TakeOver: WarGames, the teams of SAnitY, The Undisputed ERA and The Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong will wage war inside the hellacious steel structure that surrounds not one, but two rings.

The WarGames Match is as barbaric as it is historic, dating back to the days of the NWA before becoming a staple in WCW. The unique and unforgiving contest features two rings, side-by-side, surrounded by a giant steel cage. At TakeOver: WarGames in Houston, each group selects one member to start the bout inside the cage, while the remaining team members are locked inside shark cages by the entranceway. After five minutes, the final two members from one team enter the match, giving that group a brief yet brutal advantage. Three minutes later, the second team’s members are released, followed by the final team’s competitors following another three-minute period. Once all nine Superstars are inside the ruthless steel structure, the first competitor to pick up a pinfall or submission earns the victory for his side.

This showdown has been months in the making, starting after Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly attacked NXT Tag Team Champions SAnitY and NXT Champion Drew McIntyre at TakeOver: Brooklyn III. The talented trio made it clear that they intended to shock the system of the black-and-yellow brand, and they did just that, shaking NXT to its very core. Their actions drew the ire of Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe & Killian Dain, who sought not only chaos, but retribution. However, it was the returning Authors of Pain, seeking their own payback from SAnitY for taking their titles, that would turn NXT into a warzone.

On the Nov. 1 episode of WWE NXT, all hell broke loose during SAniTy’s NXT Tag Team Title defense against The Authors of Pain as The Undisputed ERA interrupted the contest before Akam & Rezar could pick up the potential win. Adding to the mayhem was the arrival of Roderick Strong. For weeks, The Undisputed ERA had seemingly been recruiting Strong, but when The Messiah of the Backbreaker had convinced the trio he would join their ranks, he unleashed his own assault on them.

NXT General Manager William Regal had seen enough of the pure bedlam. At that point, he declared that SAnitY, The Undisputed ERA and The Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong would battle in a three-team WarGames Match in Houston.

With WarGames returning for the first time in more than 20 years, you can expect to see pain, chaos and, yes, a shock to the system. It all goes down at TakeOver: WarGames tomorrow night on the award-winning WWE Network.

 
  2017/11/06
SAnitY vs. The Undisputed ERA vs. The Authors of Pain & Rod...
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The highly popular WarGames Match is back, and it’s returning in the biggest way imaginable.

On Saturday, Nov. 18, at NXT TakeOver: WarGames, the teams of SAnitY, The Undisputed ERA and The Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong will wage war inside the hellacious steel structure that surrounds not one, but two rings.

The WarGames Match is as barbaric as it is historic, dating back to the days of the NWA before becoming a staple in WCW. The unique and unforgiving contest features two rings, side-by-side, enclosed by a giant steel cage. At TakeOver: WarGames in Houston, each group selects one member to start the bout inside the cage, while the remaining team members are locked inside shark cages by the entranceway. After five minutes, the final two members from one team enter the match, giving that group a brief yet brutal advantage. Three minutes later, the second team’s members are released, followed by the final team’s competitors following another three-minute period. Once all nine Superstars are inside the ruthless steel structure, the first competitor to pick up a pinfall or submission earns the victory for his side.

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This showdown has been months in the making, starting after Adam Cole, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly attacked NXT Tag Team Champions SAnitY and NXT Champion Drew McIntyre at TakeOver: Brooklyn III. The talented trio made it clear that they intended to shock the system of the black-and-yellow brand, and they did just that, shaking NXT to its very core. Their actions drew the ire of Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe & Killian Dain, who sought not only chaos, but retribution. However, it was the returning Authors of Pain, seeking their own payback from SAnitY for taking their titles, that would turn NXT into a warzone.

On the Nov. 1 episode of WWE NXT, all hell broke loose during SAniTy’s NXT Tag Team Title defense against The Authors of Pain as The Undisputed ERA interrupted the contest before Akam & Rezar could pick up the potential win. Adding to the mayhem was the arrival of Roderick Strong. For weeks, The Undisputed ERA had seemingly been recruiting Strong, but when The Messiah of the Backbreaker had convinced the trio he would join their ranks, he unleashed his own assault on them.

NXT General Manager William Regal had seen enough of the pure bedlam. At that point, he declared that SAnitY, The Undisputed ERA and The Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong would battle in a three-team WarGames Match in Houston.

With WarGames returning for the first time in more than 20 years, you can expect to see pain, chaos and, yes, a shock to the system. It all goes down at TakeOver: WarGames on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 8 ET/5 PT, on the award-winning WWE Network.

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Eric Young w/SAnity vs Rodrick Strong

As Young is in the ring waiting for Strong, Strong appears behind Dain and pushes him into the ring post. Strong picks up Wolfe and back breakers him on the barricade. Strong tosses Young to the outside. Young pushes Strong into the barricade. Young rolls Strong into the ring. Young eats a dropkick by Strong. Belly to back suplex by Young. Young stomps on Strong. Swinging neck breaker by Young for a two count. Young locks in a neck vice. Strong tries to fight out of it but Young sends him into the corner. Strong surprises Young with a running clothesline. Multiple elbows by Strong. Strong whips Young into the corner but Young flips over the top rope. Strong kicks Young in the head. Strong trips Young. Dain cross body blocks Strong while the referee is distracted.

Young stomps on Strong. Young sits on the top rope and puts Strong in a dragon sleeper. Flying strike to Strongs back by Young. Young chokes Strong on the bottom rope. Wolfe kicks Strong in the head while the referee is distracted once again. The numbers game is becoming a serious issue. Young puts Strong in another neck vice. Strong tries to fight back up to his feet but Young drops him with a stiff back elbow. Young dives off the top but Strong catches him with a dropkick midair. Strong hits a backbreaker followed by a high running knee in the corner. Young stumbles out of the corner. Strong picks up Young and hits the C-9! Young rolls out of the ring. Young trips Strong. Young picks up Strong and blasts him with the wheelbarrow neck breaker on the floor!

Young rolls Strong into the ring for a pin attempt. Strong somehow kicks out! Young pounds on Strong. Young mounts the top rope. Strong tries to cut him off. Young knocks Strong off the top rope. Massive top rope flying elbow drop by Young. It isn’t enough to keep Strong down for the three count. young sets up the wheelbarrow neck breaker but Strong reverses it into a pin. Dain and Wolfe get on the apron but Strong knocks them both off. Strong almost hit the Angle slam but Young racks Strong’s eyes. Strong tries to superplex Young but Young fights Strong off. Strong kicks Young off the top rope. Young lands on Dain and Wolfe. Young gets in the ring and Strong almost knee strikes his head off his shoulders. Strong picks up Young for a suplex and twist Young into a release double knee back breaker for the win!

Winner- Roderick Strong

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