Cody Rhodes, The Youg Bucks, and Hangman Page have a very big decision to make at the end of the year. WWE could be offering them a lot of money to leave their Being The Elite fandom and Bullet Club logos behind.
Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Live via Dave Meltzer that the reason why Cody, The Youg Bucks, Marty Scurll, and Hangman Page are marketing their “last Bullet Club t-shirt” is a business decision. It is not a telling sign of where the Being The Elite guys will be in 2019, but more of a call to secure their intellectual property.
Bullet Club is owned by NJPW and distancing themselves from that property of New Japan means that the Being The Elite guys can now go ahead and promote their own insignias and copyrights.
So only time will tell what the Being The Elite guys end up doing because they’ve really been playing up this idea of teasing a WWE jump to the point where we wonder if they have any intention to do it at all. But it is certainly interesting that they have made the decision that they will no longer be using the Bullet Club logo whatever they plan on doing.