From the WWE Rumor Mill: Vince McMahon's reaction to the Bullet Club's Raw Invasion
What's the story?
The Bullet Club decided to pay a little visit to the Staples Center to invade Raw this week. The fans in attendance seemed to love it, but Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Live that Vince McMahon might not have enjoyed it as much.
In case you didn't know...
The Bullet Club and WWE are no strangers with one another. Not only did Cody Rhodes come from Vince McMahon's company, but so did his wife Brandi.
WWE has also had some interaction with The Young Bucks recently as well when they sent them cease and desist letters, letting the Jackson Brothers know that WWE is the only place where someone is allowed to say, "suck it."
The heart of the matter
The Bullet Club showed up outside Raw this week and it was an epic display of their popularity. If you'd like to know what we thought about it, you can click here.
But Bryan Alvarez mentioned on Wrestling Observer Live that Vince McMahon was said to be not too happy about the situation.
“Vince did not find it funny at all,” Alvarez said.
Co-host Mike Sempervive replied: “There were tickets available, they could’ve went all away with it and they chose not to.”
Who knows where The Bullet Club will wind up next? They really can show up anywhere they want to be honest they have that kind of freedom with their schedule. They don't have a rigid agenda of making towns and can generally pick their own dates.
So for all we know, they might make this a regular occurrence. It could certainly mean big things for the already excellent YouTube channel for "The Elite".
Even though Vince McMahon didn't find it funny, I thought it was plenty hilarious. The best part had to have been Cody Rhodes reciting Bill Pullman's entire speech from the movie Independence Day.
It's not only awesome he knows the whole monologue by heart but he thought of the idea to utilise his random movie quote knowledge in this instance.