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"Kenny Omega is in a mid-card company" - Tama Tonga shoots on AEW

The war of words between Tama Tonga and the former members of The Bullet Club continues.
The war of words between Tama Tonga and the former members of The Bullet Club continues.
Matt Black
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Modified 17 Feb 2021
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Tama Tonga has fired another shot at Kenny Omega, a former member of The Bullet Club. This time he went as far as to call AEW a "mid-card company."

Earlier tonight on Tama's Island, Tonga went off on the "press conference" that Don Callis, The Good Brothers, and Omega held after last week's edition of AEW Dynamite.

"I'm not understanding which path they are coming from because KENTA shows up on AEW, smacks around Jon Moxley, Kenny approaches him and is like, 'Brother Switchblade didn't tell me you were coming.' KENTA tells him to 'shut the f*** up.' KENTA ain't no b****. He's loyal. The following week, you do a press conference set-up like New Japan. Nobody is talking but Don Callis. Good Brothers stay silent, Omega slouched over like a lost child. Machine Gun had to comfort him. Don Callis says Jay White can't pull in money. Now you taking shots at Jay White? A week before, you were calling him Brother Switchblade. Make up your damn mind. You apologize but then take shots. It's like you're retreating and shooting as you run away. That's b**** shit. If I was the Bootleg Club, I'd curl up too. The defeat in Kenny Omega's eyes. I'm glad Machine Gun stayed silent. The other hoot, calling us scabs and midcards. Kenny Omega is in a midcard company. Wednesday Night Wars. It's AEW and NXT. It's a minor league war. Raw vs. Nitro was on a different level. This ain't that."

When will current and past members of The Bullet Club face off in AEW?

While The Young Bucks have insisted that what's happening right now "isn't a storyline," it's even more evident than ever that it is.

That's not to say this is a bad thing. The idea of current members of The Bullet Club facing off against past members in either AEW or New Japan Pro Wrestling is fascinating.

When the war of words ends, and the action takes over, business will really pick up. How far away are we from seeing the likes of Tonga and Bad Luck Fale invading AEW? Only time will tell.

Are you enjoying the back-and-forth banter between the stars of AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling over The Bullet Club? Where do you hope to see these men finally face each other in the ring? Let us know by sounding off in the comments section below.

Credit to Fightful for the transcription of this Twitch stream.

Published 17 Feb 2021, 08:59 IST
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