Big names give more indicators that WWE is about to get a new stable
It's just a question of when, not if, the new superstars will debut in the WWE
– The Bullet Club has been one of the most dominant factions in the wrestling industry all over the world. Just like the NWO, the Bullet Club have changed the face of wrestling in various promotions.
The Bullet Club moniker remains with the NJPW but most of its top stars have made the big jump into the WWE. Finn Balor who was the leader of the Bullet Club joined the NXT division of WWE and is the current NXT Champion.
His successor AJ Styles recently made his WWE debut at the Royal Rumble and has been putting on good matches with the likes of Chris Jericho. There has been speculation of when the other members in Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows would join the WWE after they said their final goodbyes to the NJPW crowd last week. The idea of Bullet Club in the WWE has already been thought of for a long time.
Finn Balor recently tweeted something which teased the fans that they may see the Bullet Club sooner rather than later with the name not being Balor Club but Bulletproof. The speculation received a lot of hype as all the Bullet Club members retweeted Balor: