Last night on Raw, Finn Balor finally reunited with his former Bullet Club teammates Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows as the trio took on Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel and Elias. It was a winning effort for the reunited group in the final match on Raw, but it seems that the WWE Universe weren’t the only ones who were excited about the reunion.
WWE’s United Kingdom page accidentally sent out a tweet using the term “Bullet Club” earlier this morning, a term that is already trademarked by the group who are still part of both New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring of Honor. WWE has been referring to the group as The Club or even Balor Club in the past. Even though Finn, Gallows, Anderson and even AJ Styles were all part of the group a number of years ago, the group has continued to evolve and welcome new members as others left to join WWE so they have retained the rights to the original name.
It seems that after all the Cease and Desist orders that WWE has been sending to The Young Bucks over the past few years, it’s finally time for the duo to return the favor. The Young Bucks have already responded to the error, but shockingly the post, which was shared hours ago, still has yet to be removed.
The boys are back in town! Monday Night #RAW saw the debut of the #BulletClub in the @WWE and it was #TooSweet! Who's looking forward to seeing more of @FinnBalor, @KarlAndersonWWE & @LukeGallowsWWE? pic.twitter.com/3kz1sI7jm2
— WWE UK (@WWEUK) January 2, 2018
— The Young Bucks (@MattJackson13) January 2, 2018