Ranking all the members of Bullet Club from worst to best
With the likes of Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, and Haku already a part of BC, there is definitely no doubt in the fact that the Tongan connection is really deep in the Bullet Club. Therefore, the youngest of the lot, Leo Tonga was also bound to join the group at one point in time and that is exactly what had happened.
Now known as Hikuleo, the 6 ft tall monster is currently working as Bullet Club's young boy and is basically working multi-man tag matches in order to improve himself in the ring. Hikuleo still has a long road ahead and is certainly the future of BC.
#21 Cody Hall
Speaking of BC young boys, WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall's son, Cody Hall formerly worked as Bullet Club's young boy and usually accompanied the likes of Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks to the ring during his time with the faction.
Hall was slowly and steadily improvising himself in the ring and was bound to the future of BC, however, due to an untimely injury he was eventually let go of his NJPW contract and departed from the BC in the process as well
It was earlier this year, when former IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Jay White shocked the world by turning his back on CHAOS and Kazuchika Okada and eventually jumped ship to Bullet Club. However, White wasn't the only one who shifted brands, as he brought along long-term CHAOS members Jado and Gedo with him as well.
'The Master Heater' currently portrays the managerial role of current and five-time IWGP Tag Team Champions, The Guerillas of Destiny and usually accompanies Tama and Loa to the ring.
Speaking of which, Kazuchika Okada's former manager and another prominent member of CHAOS, Gedo also shockingly made the jump to Bullet Club when he hit Okada with a chair in the back and joined forces with Jay White.
Gedo, much like Jado, currently plays the role of manager for Jay White and has been doing a pretty great job being a slimy heel.