Axel Tischer wishes SAnitY stayed in NXT longer to continue feuding with Undisputed ERA

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Tischer said it was ‘always fun’ working with Undisputed ERA. 

There was a period of time on the WWE NXT brand when Undisputed ERA (Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) feuded with SAnitY (Eric Young, Big Damo & Axel Tischer). 

The two groups crossed paths on the brand up until SAnitY was moved to the main roster in 2018. Tischer guest appeared on Bobby Fish’s Undisputed Podcast and expressed that he wishes SAnitY stayed in NXT longer so they could continue working with Undisputed ERA. 

We had some fun times at the house show loops and dude, to be honest, I wish we would have continued that feud because I believe SAnitY versus Undisputed ERA, we would have had at least three-to-four months or let’s say two-to-three TakeOver matches in us because I remember we always had super, super fun with the six-man tags on the house show loops and the out-of-state shows, the Coconut loops, the out-of-state loops and just tried different stuff out. We always had good chemistry and however we paired up and always was fun and it was a bummer, not only to get the call-up without doing anything with you guys but, in a match, in a big blow-off match or something and then get the call-up. Just call up too early so yeah, again, I wish we would have stayed at least one year longer just to kind of finish because I thought the story was not finished between us. I think the last time when we interacted, it was TakeOver: New Orleans, WrestleMania weekend in New Orleans and it was something where you guys had… I don’t remember but I remember Adam (Cole) worked Tommy (End) and then we helped out Tommy in some kind of form, shenanigans.

In 2017, the first NXT WarGames event took place and both SAnitY and Undisputed ERA were part of that match. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit The Undisputed Podcast with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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