After a four-year run in WWE, Kyle O'Reilly reunited with Adam Cole and Bobby Fish when he made a surprise All Elite Wrestling debut on Wednesday's episode of Dynamite.
With Fish distracting the referee during a match between Cole and Orange Cassidy, O'Reilly came through the crowd to attack Cassidy and help his former Undisputed Era stablemate get the win.
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After AEW president Tony Khan confirmed O'Reilly's signing with the company, the Violent Artist took to Twitter to speak about his new home:
O'Reilly also declared that "reDRagon is back," referencing the tag-team name he and Fish used when they debuted in Ring of Honor back in 2012.
He will make his AEW in-ring debut next week on Dynamite: New Year’s Smash when Undisputed Era takes on Orange Cassidy and Best Friends in a trios match.
O'Reilly previously worked in WWE on the NXT brand. He debuted with the company in 2017, alongside Cole and Fish, and won the NXT tag-team titles three different times.
After Cole and Fish left, O'Reilly transitioned to singles competition for most of this year. The 34-year-old's final appearance in WWE was on the Dec. 7 episode of NXT 2.0 when he lost to Von Wagner in a steel cage match.
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