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The Undisputed Era leader Adam Cole has no desire to see the fan-favourite WWE faction quit NXT in favour of a move to Raw or SmackDown 'right now.'
The WWE stable has become the linchpin faction within the black and yellow brand and three of its four members currently hold NXT titles.
When SPORTbible asked if The Undisputed Era would ever leave NXT, Cole responded: "So, I think... obviously never say never.
"There's a time, especially in pro wrestling, where stuff changes all the time and you need to be able to adapt to that change.
"But as far as if you were to ask us right now, 'Hey, you can move to Raw or you can move to SmackDown or stay in NXT, what do you wanna do?' I don't know if I can speak for these guys, but I think they agree [that] for now we want to stay in NXT.
"It's been so cool to see the growth of the brand over these past 12 months, to feel like you're a part of that and then again to be at the very front of that is really, really cool.
"So, we're all having a blast and we feel like we have a lot left to offer and a lot left to do in NXT."
Both Kyle O'Reilly and Roderick Strong supported Cole's position over The Undisputed Era's future in NXT.
But Bobby Fish, who was also in favour of the faction staying on NXT, went on to make a bold claim about the future of the black and yellow brand.
"I don't know if there is an NXT without us," he said.
The Undisputed Era also revealed that their dream fantasy match would have been against WWE Hall of Fame stable The Four Horsemen.
NXT champion Cole, real name Austin Jenkins, also opened up about The Undisputed Era's rise to stardom and cementing their position as 'one of the best factions in WWE.'
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