Last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite saw The Young Bucks seemingly join up with the Super Elite Club of Kenny Omega, Gallows and Anderson.
All five members of the team are of course former members of Bullet Club. Whilst Omega, The Jacksons, Gallows and & Anderson will not be calling themselves as such on AEW/IMPACT programming? This is probably the strongest iteration of the group currently available outside of WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
It’s not currently confirmed if The Young Bucks will be joining the group on IMPACT programming. The Young Bucks were previously in IMPACT as ’˜Generation Me,’ and their run was lacklustre at best with the brothers eventually feuding. With Don Allis and Scott D’Amore now running IMPACT, there’s a chance that The Bucks will want to help to promote the feud between AEW and IMPACT by appearing on AXS next Tuesday night.
Kenny Omega and Don Callis on Reunion
Kenny Omega and Don Callis were questioned following the airing of AEW Dynamite on TNT. Alex Marvez spoke to the pairing, with Don Callis saying “You think we couldn’t follow what we did at Winter Is Coming? But then tonight, what did we do? We got the band back together.”
Omega would simply say “we warned you guys. The clues were there. Weren’t you listening? We’re just getting started.”
AEW’s weekly show is available to watch every week via FITE TV (for international fans) and TNT for fans in the US.
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