Come join us. NXT is an incredibly popular wrestling promotion which has been pretty well received over the years. It has gone from an internet only show to a weekly two hour broadcast on national television. That isn’t too bad for a bunch of people not good enough for the main roster, but at some point those wrestlers are supposed to go up to the main roster. We might know another name making the move sooner rather than later.

There have been very few groups in recent years to have been as successful as the Undisputed Era. The four of them have come together and won every possible title in NXT, which is not something that you get to see very often. The team is still a force in NXT and they could be for a long time to come. Of course that may not be the case if they move up to the main roster, one of whom may be doing just that.

According to Wrestling Observer Live, the Undisputed Era’s Adam Cole will likely be called up to the main roster at some point in the next six months. There is no word on what he would be doing on the main roster or which show he would be going to. It is also unknown if any or the rest of the Undisputed Era would be called up as well. Cole has been the NXT Champion for over a year now and is scheduled to defend the title against Velveteen Dream this Sunday at Takeover: In Your House. He has wrestled on the main roster before, including an NXT Title defense on SmackDown in November 2019.

Cole is a pretty big success. Check out what he has done as NXT Champion:

Opinion: I would certainly hope that Cole is called up before then as there is little reason to keep him down in NXT any longer. He came into NXT main roster ready and has since spent about three years down there. Let him come up to the main roster and see what he can do with the top level stars. Otherwise, why should Cole stay and be paid minor league money when he is a major league talent?

When will Cole be called up? How will he do on the main roster? Let us know in the comments below.

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