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WWE News: Possible Bullet Club reunion once again teased by former champion

  • Will WWE finally give us the stable that we have been hoping to see for so long?
Soumik Datta
ANALYST
Modified 01 Apr 2020, 17:29 IST

What's the story?

With The Good Brothers currently being a part of the SmackDown Live roster, chances of a potential reunion of The Club is pretty much dead considering the fact that former WWE Champion, AJ Styles is now a part of the Monday Night Raw roster.

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However, that definitely hasn't prevented former Bullet Club OG Karl Anderson to once again take to his social media platforms and tease a potential reunion of The Bullet Club in WWE.

Also Read: Karl Anderson teases a possible Balor Club reunion

In case you didn't know...

Prior to signing with the WWE, AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows were all part of the legendary Bullet Club faction in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

During their time as part of NJPW and The Bullet Club, Styles, Anderson, and Gallows dominated their respective divisions with Styles winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship on two occasions, whereas, Anderson and Gallows captured the IWGP Tag Team Championships on three different occasions as well.

After Styles' departure from NJPW, Kenny Omega took over the leadership reigns of The Bullet Club and soon Anderson and Gallows also departed for the WWE as well.

The heart of the matter

Despite Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows playing a prominent role in AJ Styles' departure from NJPW and The Bullet Club, the three men seemingly had a curtain call with 'The Phenomenal One' and The Young Bucks, prior to the three former Bullet Club arriving in the WWE.

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Following their arrival in the WWE, Styles, Gallows, and Anderson formed their very own version of The Bullet Club, as the trio started labeling themselves as The Club and went on a rampage on the rest of the roster.

Former Raw Tag Team Champion, Karl Anderson recently took to Twitter once again and teased a potential reunion of The Club along with AJ Styles, as the man formerly known as 'The Machine Gun' tweeted out the following photo:

What's next?

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As of right now, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are still a part of the SmackDown roster, however, with the recent draft of Andrade and Aleister Black to the blue brand, we now know for the fact that WWE is still willing to continue the Superstar Shake-up.


Could we witness The Good Brothers get drafted over to the red brand and reunited with AJ Styles? Let us know below in the comments!

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Published 24 Apr 2019, 23:31 IST
 
 
 
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