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ROH News: Stephen Amell shows off his custom Arrow-Bullet Club shirt 

Amell shows off his new custom Bullet Club shirt.


Amell is set to appear in Ring of Honor
Amell is set to appear in Ring of Honor

What’s the story?

Canadian Actor and The Arrow star Stephen Amell was seen sporting a new custom Arrow – Bullet Club shirt in a photo he posted on Twitter. The picture also has the Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes in it as you can see below.

In case you did not know…

Stephen Amell’s love for professional wrestling has not been a secret. He had a feud with Cody Rhodes back in 2015 and it even led to him appearing at SummerSlam.

The actor teamed up with Neville for the show and went up against Cody Rhodes and Wade Barrett. In real-life, he is a close friend of Cody and they have collaborated for a couple of projects as well.

The heart of the matter

In the latest photo posted on his Twitter page, Amell revealed a new custom Bullet Club shirt. The T-shirt had the words ‘Vigilante Club’ written over it and the usual skull was covered with a mask.

The picture was apparently taken when Amell went for a meal at the Cracker Barrel along with Rhodes and the Young Bucks.

What’s next?

Ring of Honor earlier announced that Stephen Amell would be appearing at the Survival of the Fittest Event which is scheduled to be held on November 18.

Amell also confirmed the news and posted a picture on Twitter through which he revealed that he was ready to ‘Invade San Antonio’. Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks then confirmed the news on Social Media.

Author’s take

It’s really cool to see Amell pursuing his love for professional wrestling. He already made headlines with his appearance at SummerSlam and showing up at Ring of Honor could have a similar impact.

Joining hands with the Bullet Club is a right move for both the parties as the exposure would be high. It would now be interesting to see how well Ring of Honor is going to use Amell for the show.


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