Bobby Fish Feels The Undisputed Era Has A Lot Left In The Tank
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The Undisputed Era’s Bob Fish spoke with Fansided’s Daily DDT just before last night’s tag title match against Breezango. Among other topics, the 18-year veteran discussed how he feels that his group has some life left in it yet, even despite the persistent rumors that Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Kyle O’Riley, and himself will eventually go their separate ways.
I don’t think there’s a single one of us that’s afraid of doing something different or [going on our own]. However, I think also there’s not a single one of us that has a whole lot of interest in not doing what we’re already been doing. I think there’s more layers to be explored and I think there’s more things we can do. I think people identify with it because it is real. In a business that gets a lot of criticism for being less than real or whatever you want to call it, we are real. Those smiles up and down the road are not fabricated. It’s not a story.
While the foursome may not be working as a unit forever, Bobby Fish hopes that the group can stay together spiritually, similar to how The New Day is aiming to function on the main roster after the most recent WWE Draft.
There’s such diversity that can be explored with the four of us and hopefully, we’re going to start to see more of that now as we start to explore where things can go while still being the brand that all four of us have worked so hard to create.