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Bullet Club star warns Jay White that members of the stable don't stand with him

KENTA and Jay White have been notable members of the Bullet Club
KENTA and Jay White have been notable members of the Bullet Club
Soumik Datta
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Modified 09 Oct 2020, 02:28 IST
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During the ongoing G1 Climax 30 tournament, EVIL and KENTA went head-to-head in a good old Bullet Club vs. Bullet Club warfare. After EVIL used his heel tactics to win the match, faction front-runner, Jay White, wasn't too pleased with the former's actions and sent him a warning.

In one of White's latest backstage interviews, the Switchblade reminded EVIL that he owes a lot to Bullet Club for his current position in New Japan Pro Wrestling. White also added that without them, EVIL would've never won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.

Having joined Bullet Club a few months prior, EVIL responded to White. The exchange further teased the possibility of a split between the two or another potential Bullet Club Civil War within the group.

EVIL responds to Jay White's latest comments after the incident with KENTA

In the aftermath of one of EVIL's recent matches in the G1 Climax 30 against Juice Robinson, the former IWGP Heavyweight Champion didn't hold back in his comments towards fellow Bullet Club stablemate, Jay White.

Following his win over Robinson, EVIL briefly spoke about a few things in his backstage interview. However, he concluded as he warned White to not get things twisted. Much to everyone's surprise, the former Los Ingobernables de Japon member told White that everyone in Bullet Club doesn't stand behind him.

Here is what EVIL had in say to Jay White's latest comments (contains strong language):

EVIL's run with Bullet Club so far

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EVIL has been a crucial part of Bullet Club so far, especially when notable members of the faction were stuck in various parts of the world amid the ongoing pandemic.

Travel restrictions kept members like Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, Bad Luck Fale, Chase Owens, and El Phantasmo away for months. With EVIL seemingly taking charge of the group in White's absence, the former IWGP Heavyweight Champion certainly offered a lot to the popular stable.

As fans have seen in the past with the likes of AJ Styles, Kenny Omega, and Cody Rhodes, two frontrunners usually cannot co-exist within the Bullet Club.

Published 09 Oct 2020, 02:28 IST
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