This week on RAW we saw two former leaders of the Bullet Club, AJ Styles and Finn Balor reunite in the middle of the ring after taking out Edge and Damian Priest.
On the latest episode of WWE’s red brand, AJ Styles faced Damian Priest with Edge at ringside. At WrestleMania 38, Styles was closing in on a win against the Rated-R Superstar until Priest appeared ringside and distracted the Phenomenal one to allow the Hall of Famer to pick up the victory.
Styles and Edge are set to have a rematch at WrestleMania Backlash. This week’s match between Priest and Styles had the stipulation that if the latter could win then the Archer of Infamy would be banned from ringside at WrestleMania Backlash during the Styes versus Edge match.
In a physical battle, Styles fought through pain and distractions from Edge to pick up the win. After the match, Edge attacked Styles and Priest joined in. They brought a couple of chairs inside the ring and were about to hurt Styles when Balor rushed to the ring to make the save. Styles also recovered as the two men thwarted the heel duo outside the ring.
They celebrated with the Too Sweet gesture that is a symbol of Kliq, nWo, and the Bullet Club.
Who else can be added to the Bullet Club if WWE decides to bring back the faction?
WWE should have no problems bringing back the popular faction as two of the top superstars of that faction are already in the company and on the same brand.
While there is only Cody Rhodes (except AJ Styles and Finn Balor) who is present in WWE among all the Bullet Club members, it is highly unlikely that the American Nightmare will be slotted in a faction as of now as the company will surely have plans to make him a world champion sooner rather than later.
However, other potential new members can align with Styles and Balor. The Viking Raiders could be an option as they haven’t had anything substantial to do of late except for attempting to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championships from The Usos before WrestleMania 38, but they didn’t succeed. Last week they returned to NXT and this week they will face The Creed Brothers on WWE’s developmental wing. After this feud, they could be a nice addition to the Bullet Club if WWE wants to start the group in the company.
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