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WWE News: Karl Anderson denies rumours of a 'Bullet Club' reunion at WWE TLC 2017

Daniel Wood
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3.67K   //    22 Oct 2017, 17:14 IST

Will the four former 'Bullet Club' members reunited at TLC 2017?
Will the four former 'Bullet Club' members reunite at TLC 2017?

What's the story?

The WWE announced that Bray Wyatt was unable to compete at TLC 2017, so AJ Styles from SmackDown LIVE would be competing against Finn Balor instead. This resulted in speculation that 'The Club', who have history with both men outside of the WWE, would get involved, but one half of 'The Club', Karl Anderson, has denied that he will have any involvement in TLC 2017.

In case you didn't know...

Before joining the WWE Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows were part of a popular independent wrestling faction called the 'Bullet Club', as were AJ Styles and Finn Balor, who had both acted as the factions defacto leader before their WWE runs.

Ever since all four of these men found themselves in the WWE, fans have been excited about the possibility of an official 'Bullet Club' reunion. There was a brief reformation on SmackDown LIVE when AJ Styles allied himself with 'The Club' during his title run, but as of yet Finn Balor has had little interaction with any of them.

The heart of the matter

So, with Finn Balor and AJ Styles facing each other at a Monday Night Raw brand pay-per-view, the same brand that 'The Club' currently wrestle for, is there a chance we could see all four former members of the 'Bullet Club' inside a WWE ring?

Well, Karl Anderson certainly doesn't think so, as he posted a tweet in answer to the speculation of his involvement in the match, shooting down the possibility.

What's next?

There's no denying that having Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson interfere in the match between their two former stable-leaders would be a huge moment, however, if Anderson's tweet is to be believed he won't even be at the arena. He could be lying of course, but we'll have to wait and see.

Author's take

Personally, with all of the publicity surrounding the WWE and the current iteration of the 'Bullet Club', I think the WWE should jump at the chance to garner themselves some publicity from it by having their own unofficial 'Bullet Club' form.


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Daniel Wood is a Cinema Manager, comic enthusiast and wrestling fan who has been writing all of his life. He promises never to use the term 'breaks the internet' unless something has literally broken the internet
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