Former Bullet Club Members Reunite On AEW Dynamite
Kenny Omega reunited with the Good Brothers and Young Bucks on AEW Dynamite this week, throwing up the iconic "Too Sweet" hand sign.
As the saying goes, Bullet Club 4-4-4-life. On Wednesday's episode of AEW Dynamite on TNT, AEW World Champion Kenny Omega was joined by Impact Tag Team Champions Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows, the Good Brothers, and AEW Tag Team Champs the Young Bucks. The five former stablemates reunited under the iconic Too Sweet salute.
This is a portion of Bullet Club that hasn't been together for about five years now. Omega declared himself the leader of the group after AJ Styles, Gallows, and Anderson left for WWE in 2016. Omega and the Bucks disassociated themselves after creating AEW in 2019. Under Omega's leadership, Bullet Club was more popular than ever in professional wrestling, eventually making his mark as IWGP Heavyweight Champion and becoming PWI's Wrestler of the Year in 2018.
Omega and his manager and friend Don Callis have been making appearances on Impact Wrestling, and will actually wrestle in a six-man tag team match against Impact World Champion Rich Swann.
"We got the band back together," Don Callis said in a video. "We had a little family reunion. I think it's good."
Omega also added that they're "just getting started."
Obviously, they can't use the actually Bullet Club name since New Japan Pro-Wrestling's owner Bushiroad is notorious for anyone trying to infringe on their trademarks, so it's mostly done with a wink and an elbow. It's uncertain if there will be more former members making an appearance, or current ones for that matter, or if it's a short-term thing all together.