Kenny Omega and the Good Brothers are currently enjoying a bit of a reunion on AEW and Impact Wrestling’s television shows. They have used the Bullet Club name in Impact Wrestling, but they went as “The Elite” in AEW last night. Tama Tonga is not a fan of the idea.
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Tama Tonga had plenty of time to talk about his feelings on Tama’s Island. He’s a bit upset at the fact that the guy who tried to dismantle the Bullet Club is now using the name in an angle.
“What got me triggered was when I heard Kenny Omega going, ‘B-b-b-b-b Bullet Club.’ You son of a bitch you. The one guy that tried to dismantle us from the inside – split us into two – The Elite and Bullet Club. The guy that really tried to ruin Bullet Club is now using Bullet Club as an angle.”
“Now, a reunion? How can it be a reunion when Bullet Club is still here. We ain’t ever went nowhere… When you’re hashtagging that and calling that Bullet Club, that’s a slap in the face to us that’s still riding with Bullet Club in Japan. Now, if you’re The OG’s Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows and you’re promoting this as Bullet Club, damn dude. I mean, come on now. That’s a slap in the face to us out there in Japan putting in the work.”
“Now, hey, y’all can do your thing. Do whatever the hell y’all want, but do not call it Bullet Club because you are not Bullet Club. And now that you’ve got a reunion, are you going to come into Japan and what? Is that a reunion for us too. Nah. Nah. I’m pissed off.”
Fans seem to be enjoying the Kenny Omega and Good Brothers angle, but Tama Tonga has a much different view of the situation. It’s understandable that he would be a bit miffed about the angle, but there’s not much he can do about it as long as that forbidden door between AEW and NJPW remains closed.