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5 opponents for the reunited Club on RAW

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4.44K   //    02 Jul 2019, 16:15 IST

The Club is back, and they are on a man-hunt
The Club is back, and they are on a man-hunt

This week on RAW, AJ Styles turned heel and joined the dark side for the first time in over two years. Styles reunited with his former Club mates, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

The Phenomenal One first turned heel in 2016, when he attacked John Cena along with Gallows and Anderson. He spent the summer of 2016 chasing the WWE Championship and beating down John Cena along with the Good Brothers.

The Club had a very short stint together in their first run together three years ago. As a trio, they faced Enzo Amore, John Cena, and Big Cass at Battleground 2016, three superstars who are currently away from WWE.

WWE's decision to turn AJ heel is a wise move as it opens a plethora of interesting options for the Phenomenal One. The Club is an exciting group of three superstars who could create havoc on Monday Night RAW, and Smackdown Live with the Wild Card Rule.

We look at five teams who could step up to the newly reunited Club.


#5 Ricochet and the Edgeheads

Could Ricochet bring two new friends to tackle AJ Styles?
Could Ricochet bring two new friends to tackle AJ Styles?

WWE had several backstage segments with Ricochet, AJ Styles, and the Good Brothers throughout the RAW episode, and one of them featured Ricochet interacting with former RAW Tag Team Champions Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins.

Ever since Zack and Curt became the Tag Team Champions at WrestleMania, they were relegated to being after-thoughts on the show, and their abysmal title reign came to a sad end last month at the hands of the Revival.

A team-up with Ricochet could help Ryder and Hawkins become relevant. Ricochet needs some help against the Club, and the Edgeheads could possibly help him out.

This could be a short-lived faction but an interesting one nonetheless.

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