Pat McAfee’s Sends Final Warning To The Undisputed Era, Update on Angel Garza

Pat McAfee's Sends Final Warning To The Undisputed Era, Update on Angel Garza

— Pat McAfee took to Twitter to issue one final warning to The Undisputed Era ahead of Sunday’s NXT “Takeover: WarGames 2020” main event. That match will see McAfee, Pete Dunne and NXT Tag Team Champions Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch take on Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong.

McAfee said they will put an end to The Undisputed Era at Takeover.

“This SUNDAY 2 Rings.. 2 Cages.. 2 Teams.. 1 brutal truth… At #WarGames we END the Undisputed Era #WWENXT #PATisNXT,” he wrote.

You can see McAfee’s full tweet below, along with related videos from last night’s edition of NXT:

— This week’s WWE Main Event episode is now available on Hulu. The opening match features Angel Garza vs. Humberto Carrillo.

After that match, Nikki Cross joined Sarah Schreiber for an interview in the ring. Cross talked about her recent dealings with Alexa Bliss and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt, and last week’s loss to Bliss on RAW. Cross was then interrupted by Peyton Royce and Lacey Evans, which set up the Main Event main event – Cross vs. Royce.

Garza has not worked RAW since the October 12 show, when he defeated former tag team partner Andrade. He started working WWE Main Event matches that next week, defeating Carrillo in singles action. Since then he has loss to Ricochet and defeated Lince Dorado on WWE Main Event. This week’s match is Garza’s first match since working the Dual-Brand Battle Royal on the WWE Survivor Series Kickoff pre-show.

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