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WWE News: Nick Jackson reacts to the Bullet Club's reunion in WWE

A former champion in Ring of Honor has stated his thoughts towards Finn Balor, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows' reunion on Raw.

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News 02 Jan 2018, 21:58 IST
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Finn Balor with Matt & Nick Jackson
Finn Balor with Matt & Nick Jackson

What’s the story?

On this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, the wrestling world finally witnessed the much-awaited reunion of former Bullet Club members Finn Balor, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.

Following the Bullet Club’s reunion in the WWE, current Bullet Club member and one half of the Young Bucks Nick Jackson took to Twitter and gave his two cents on the matter.

In case you didn’t know…

Finn Balor, who was formerly known as Prince Devitt, is the originator and the first leader of the legendary Japanese group the Bullet Club. Balor along with Karl Anderson, Tama Tonga, and Bad Luck Fale first started the faction in 2013 and the Bullet Club remains one of the most dominant factions in professional wrestling.

Within a few months of the faction’s inauguration, Balor and Anderson (along with Fale and Tonga) were joined by the likes of Luke Gallows and Matt and Nick Jackson—The Young Bucks.

The heart of the matter

On this week’s episode of Raw, former Universal Champion Finn Balor had the task of finding himself two tag team partners for his 6-man tag team match against Elias and The Miztourage and in a much shocking turn of events, Balor would pick his former Bullet Club stablemates Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows as his tag team partner for the night.

Following the Biz Cliz reunion on Raw, current Bullet Club junior heavyweight Nick Jackson would take it to his official Twitter and claimed that he still misses his former BC faction-mates Balor, Anderson and Gallows, however, Jackson also claimed that he still stays in touch with the three men and talks to them regularly.

In addition, Nick also posted about former Bullet Club member Adam Cole a few days ago, claiming that he still feels the absence of his friend who left Ring of Honor in 2017 and signed to WWE NXT instead.

Current NXT superstar Adam Cole with the Young Bucks, as part of the Bullet Club
Current NXT superstar Adam Cole with the Young Bucks, as part of the Bullet Club

What’s next?

As for the Balor Club, it seems like WWE have decided to move forward with the idea of the trio sticking together with each other for the future.

We can surely now expect a sort of push for Balor and Gallows & Anderson as well in the WWE, the three men have been misused by the WWE creative for a long period and it will surely be great to witness all three of them terrorizing the WWE roster throughout 2018.

Author’s take

It was definitely great to see Nick Jackson showing his love and affection towards his former stablemates and it was also great to read that the former BC members still keep touch with each other, despite working for two different wrestling promotions. 


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