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WWE/NJPW News: Bullet Club OGs reunited in New York on WrestleMania weekend

Soumik Datta
Published Apr 06, 2019
Apr 06, 2019 IST

The Core 4 have reunited for the first time in three years
The Core 4 have reunited for the first time in three years

What's the story?

WWE WrestleMania weekend is arguably the biggest weekend in the wrestling industry and as for this year, all the stars have aligned in New York City and so far, the Pro Wrestling universe has had the chance of witnessing some of the best wrestling shows of the year.

However, aside from the amazing wrestling that has been on show, several reunions have also taken place in NYC and earlier today, the Bullet Club OGs had an off-screen reunion.

In case you didn't know...

The Bullet Club is considered as one of the most legendary factions' of all time and throughout the years, some of the best wrestlers' on the planet have been a part of the stable. The likes of Finn Balor, AJ Styles, Adam Cole, Kenny Omega, Cody Rhodes, and The Young Bucks were all once a part of The BC.

At one point in their careers, current WWE stars and former Raw Tag Team Champions, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows were also a crucial part of the Bullet Club. The duo was considered as the mainstay heavyweight tag team of the faction and captured the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championships on three different occasions.

In 2016, Anderson and Gallows were signed up by WWE and eventually departed from NJPW and The BC.

The heart of the matter

Earlier today in New York City, the Bullet Club Core 4 reunited for the first time in three years, since Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows' departure from New Japan Pro Wrestling. For all those who don't know, the Core 4 consists of Anderson, Gallows, Tama Tonga, and Bad Luck Fale and three out of these four men along with Prince Devitt (Finn Balor) are considered as Bullet Club OGs.

'The Rogue General' Bad Luck Fale took to Twitter and posted the following photo:

What's next?

Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows will be competing in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal this week at WrestleMania 35, whereas, Bad Luck Fale and Tama Tonga will shift their focus towards the upcoming G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden.

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