Triple H knows how to play The Game. He has worked with superstars of all types, and still continues to be a major powerhouse as the creative head. Two factions wanted to clash on WWE TV for a long time, but it wasn’t to be. The Undisputed Era was once the most dominant stable on the “NXT” brand.
The Forgotten Sons would soon rise to prominence among “NXT” fans. Behind the scenes, members of Undisputed Era and The Forgotten Sons expressed interest in a feud. Bobby Fish, a former member of the Undisputed Era, shared his theory on why that didn’t happen during an episode of “The Undisputed Podcast.“
We never did get that program together that I think we all talked about a few different times. We did have the one ladder match in Portland, which was fun to put together. I think really what happened with us and you guys was you guys were really kind of getting the Sons thing going, and I would say you guys were basically able to make other people look better than they were, and that’s kind of what we were too.
Steve Maclin, a former member of The Forgotten Sons, was a guest on the podcast. He remembered talking with Paul “Triple H” Levesque about the rivalry never happening. The rivalry never took place and it’s not ‘Best for Business.’
I remember talking to Hunter and Hunter would tell us, ‘Well, they’re heels.’ I’m like, ‘Undisputed Era, I know you’re trying to make them heels, but the crowd loves them. Make them the babyface in this role,’ but they didn’t wanna turn you guys at the time, which we get. It’s his plan. So, it’s just, ‘Alright, we’ll just keep pitching ideas.
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