The Young Bucks were members of The Bullet Club a few years ago, but that was ages ago in terms of pro wrestling. A lot can change in that time, and Jay White wanted to make it very clear that the Jacksons do not represent the current Bullet Club.

The Young Bucks tweeted out saying: “The original Bullet Club t-shirt design hadn’t been in the Top Sellers List for two years.. until the night we all decided to throw up Too Sweet again. You’re welcome.” That seemed to trigger Switchblade.

Jay White returned to NJPW after saying that he was quitting. He took that opportunity to address the Young Bucks saying they represent the “real” Bullet Club.

“This is real Bullet Club right here! We’re not a cheap ripoff trying to recreate the past, to regain some relevance and doing corny reunions just so you can sell sh*tty t-shirts to you all, but of course, you all still buy them because you are you. This is real Bullet Club. Let me tell you what real Bullet Club’s about. It’s about change. It’s about moving forward. It’s about progression. It’s not about living in the past. It’s not about going backwards.”

The Young Bucks likely won’t leave AEW and venture back to NJPW. If that day ever comes then they might have a great storyline waiting for them. You can check out a video featuring Jay White’s promo below.

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