The long awaited Bullet Club reunion on AEW has finally happened with the arrival of the Good Brothers Gallows and Anderson.
Bullet Club member Tonga has reacted to Triple H’s recent statement that the WWE is willing to cooperate with other wrestling promotions.
Luke Gallows made a strong statement recently, saying that NXT and AEW would not be a thing without the Bullet Club. Is he right?
The Revival continues to tease the possibility of jumping ship to All Elite Wrestling. Also, Finn Balor speaks about a possible Bullet Club reunion.
Chris Jericho has unquestionably achieved his greatest success in the WWE, and as far as most would guess, will likely continue to be…
New Japan stars in the world – Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) aka The Elite aka The Bullet Club
But what about the most popular wrestler on the planet, John Cena? Well, someone asked the leader of the Cenation and he had an interesting response.
Matt Jackson cut a lengthy promo at ROH Global wars in Buffalo wherein he ripped WWE for firing Jimmy Jacobs, the cease and desist order, and more.
Jimmy Jacobs, a former independent wrestler turned WWE producer was FIRED for posting a picture with the Bullet Club during their “invasion.”
Roman Reigns took some thinly veiled shots at the Young Bucks and Bullet Club during a recent WWE conference call, and Matt Jackson responded.
Bullet Club members Cody Rhodes, Marty Scurll, and the Young Bucks “invaded” Raw when WWE was in Ontario, California on Monday.
CM Punk is not coming back to wrestling. That is a fact. For now. An oft-repeated phrase in wrestling is “never say never.” Stranger things have happened.
Is CM Punk about to sign onto NJPW and joining the Bullet Club? Recent Twitter activity indicates that it is a strong possibility.