Kyle O’Reilly Reflects on Madison Square Garden Debut

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NXT tag champ Kyle O’Reilly made his Madison Square Garden debut last night with Undisputed Era during a WWE live event and afterward he reflected on the career milestone via social media.

O’Reilly, Adam Cole and Roderick Strong teamed with Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa in a match against Ricochet, Matt Riddle, Velveteen Dream, Aleister Black and Pete Dunne. 

Undisputed Era may not have been been victorious, but Kyle said it was memorable nonetheless while sharing his thoughts on their MSG debut via Instagram.

O’Reilly wrote:

Tonight was special. I’ve been lucky enough to perform in some of the most prestigious venues in the World during my career. From Mom and Dad’s backyard to the ECW arena. The Manhattan Center and the Hammerstein ballroom. Korakuen Hall, Ryogoku Sumo Hall, Osaka Jo and the Tokyo Dome in Japan to the Royal Albert Hall in England. But tonight I performed in Madison Square Garden. The Mecca for Pro-Wrestling and sports entertainment. The World’s most famous Arena. As a wise man once said “the Garden will ALWAYS be the Garden” and it’s true. As I walked those hallways thinking about the history and significance of this exact location I remembered what Frank Sinatra said (there was a picture on the wall of him performing at MSG). “If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere.” I know with my brothers by my side anything is possible and I’m excited to see what my next career milestone may be.

Check out some photos and videos from last night’s match below.