Adam Cole Reunites With Former WWE Colleagues In Heartwarming Tribute

Adam Cole in an AEW ring with his arms raised and wearing his entrance jacket.

Former NXT Champion Adam Cole has been pictured alongside a number of his former WWE colleagues as they performed a tribute to the late Betty White.

On screen during his time with the company, Cole was best known as a member of The Undisputed Era alongside Roderick Strong as well as new AEW teammates Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly. Amongst the plaudits for the quartet, they held all the title belts in NXT and helped to reignite interest in the WarGames match stipulation.

Away from the squared circle, Adam Cole was regularly featured on the UpUpDownDown YouTube channel and became a member of the group known as ‘Da Party’. Consisting of Cole, Cesaro, Xavier Woods and Tyler Breeze, the group would regularly play video games and share stories on the channel. Adam Cole has admitted that one of the hardest parts of leaving WWE was having to break up the team.

However Xavier Woods – under his UpUpDownDown name of Austin Creed – recently shared a picture of the team back together in a recording studio. The quartet were singing together, with the caption explaining that they were paying tribute to Betty White.

So far Adam Cole’s time in AEW has been eventful. Having originally reformed The Superkliq alongside The Young Bucks, his relationship with the team has become strained since O’Reilly and Fish’s arrival in the organisation. Most recently, he also teamed with his real-life girlfriend Britt Baker on AEW Dynamite.