Kyle O’Reilly made his first comments following his AEW debut on last night’s Dynamite. O’Reilly thanked AEW President Tony Khan for providing him with the opportunity, and hoped that his fans will continue to support him in his new journey.
O’Reilly also declared that reDRagon is officially back together. As noted, O’Reilly reunited with Adam Cole and Bobby Fish for the first time since their days together as Undisputed Era in WWE NXT.
Life is crazy and I’m very grateful that my professional wrestling abilities have taken me to a new frontier in which to explore my ass-kicking ways. Proud to be apart of @AEW and thanks to @TonyKhan for the opportunity.
If you’re a fan of mine from elsewhere I hope you continue to support me. If you’re new to KOR prepare to see a man that pours his f’n soul into that ring every night and has an unquenchable thirst for cans of whoop ass.
Also, reDRagon is back!!!
O’Reilly will make his AEW in-ring debut on next week’s Dynamite: New Year’s Smash where Undisputed Era will face Orange Cassidy & Best Friends in a Trios Match. You can see Kyle O’Reilly’s tweets below.
Adam Cole believes “the game has changed” following the AEW debut of Kyle O’Reilly, his former Undisputed Era stablemate, on last night’s Dynamite.
Meanwhile, AEW President Tony Khan tweeted that Undisputed Era reuniting in AEW “still doesn’t feel” while thanking fans for supporting the company.
I’m still amazed that we were able to reunite @AdamColePro + @theBobbyFish + @KORcombat tonight on #AEWDynamite; it doesn’t seem like it should’ve been possible, still doesn’t feel real. The only reason it was possible was because of you great fans supporting @AEWonTNT! Thank you