Will the Bullet Club feature in the WWE?
– The Bullet Club is credited to being one of the best factions to come of the indies and their exploits are the stuff of legends for the IWC.
The Bullet Club was formed in 2013 in the New Japan Pro Wrestling promotion by the likes of Prince Devitt aka Finn Balor and Bad Luck Fale with Karl Anderson and Tama Tonga joining in later.
The faction revolutionized the pro wrestling industry with high-quality performers such as Finn Balor and AJ Styles. The Bullet Club has since then been integrated into a lot of promotions such as Global Force Wrestling and the Ring of Honor.
The WWE signed the founding member and their first leader Finn Balor in 2014, who is the current NXT Champion. WWE have reportedly made bulk signings by bringing on a variety of supreme talents such as Shinsuke Nakamura and the former Bullet Club Members AJ Styles, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson.
Anderson and Gallows were Tag Team Champions during their time with the NJPW. These are indeed exciting times as Finn Balor is also teasing a Main Roster call up by posting Bullet Club Photos. WWE would definitely bank on forming the Bullet Club or the Balor Club at some point in time.
The WWE have not yet purchased the rights of the name Bullet Club but have an alternative in mind with the Balor Club. They have already started to push the Balor Club Tshirts to bank on the fame of the Bullet Club.
The Wrestling Observer also noted that there were rumours of Bullet Club Members Tama Tonga and Bad Luck Fale signing with the WWE.
It seems unlikely that Tonga and Fale would make the switch as the rumours coming out of the NJPW state that the Bullet Club will still remain there with Kenny Omega as the leader along with Fale and Tonga and the Youngbucks.