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The History Of Every Bullet Club Member 2018

If you are a true Professional Wrestling fan then you must have heard about the Bullet Club.

The Bullet Club also known as BC is a Professional Wrestling group. It mostly appears on New Japan Pro Wrestling(NJPW) And Ring Of Honor(ROH).

Though the Bullet Club has wrestled in more promotions than any other stable. They have assaulted other Superstars and defeated the hell out of them in promotions like Professional Wrestling Guerrill and Westside Xtreme Wrestling,

Chikara Wrestling, Professional Wrestling Syndicate, Over The Top Wrestling, Revolution Professional Wrestling, What Culture Pro-Wrestling, Family Wrestling Entertainment, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and many more promotions.

Wherever they went, they made an immense impact. They used to call themselves ‘The Evils’.

The logo of the Bullet Club shows Bone Soldier having two guns crossed.

How Was It Formed ?

The group was formed in mid-2013, when Prince Devitt (known as ‘The Demon King’ Finn Balor in WWE) assailed his mate, Ryusuke Taguchi, and later joined Karl Anderson and Tama Tonga to form a nefarious group of wrestlers and they named it “The Bullet Club”. Their goal was to spread out destruction in the wrestling industry.

After a few months, American wrestlers Matt and Nick Jackson better known as The Young Bucks joined them. Later, Doc Gallows also joined them. Towards the end of the year, they held both the IWGP Junior Heavyweight and IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships.

Till then they had conquered half of New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Joining the Bullet Club was a good decision for all of them.

In 2014, Prince Devitt left New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Later, AJ Styles replaced him.

In the following months, they would get their first-ever Japanese wrestler, Yujiro Takahashi. The Bullet Club was getting better and better day by day and were continuing their destruction.

When New Japan Pro-Wrestling added the Never Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Titles, they won it too. They won every single New Japan Pro-Wrestling title. They kept on making their group bigger and bigger.

Then Kenny Omega joined the Bullet Club. Who would later become the leader of the Bullet Club as the former leader left New Japan Pro-Wrestling and joined WWE? At New Japan Pro-Wrestling Wrestle Kingdom 12, Kota Ibushi defeated Cody Rhodes, and Cody Rhodes along with other members assaulted Kota Ibushi but Kenny Omega saved him from them.

During a promo between The Young Bucks, Kenny and Kota were going on, Kenny assaulted on one of the members of The Young Bucks.

A couple of weeks later, ‘The American Nightmare’ Cody Rhodes said: “Bullet Club is fine, Bullet Club is mine.” And the rest of the members made him the leader. Now Kenny and Ibushi are partners and are known as The Golden Lovers.

Their Histories:

21. The Young Bucks

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20. Kenny Omega

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19. Cody Hall

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18. El Terrible

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17. Haku

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16. Tama Tonga

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15. Bad Luck Fale

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14. Bone Soldier

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13. Jeff Jarrett

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12. Frankie Kazarian

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11. Chase Owens

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10. Hangman Page

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9. Yujiro Takahashi

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8. Tanga Loa

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7. Doc Gallows

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6. Adam Cole

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5. Cody Rhodes

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4. Marty Scurll

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3. Karl Anderson

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2. AJ Styles

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1. Prince Devitt

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Author’s note: I hope he wins it because it would be a good push for him.

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THE AUTHOR

Shantanu Sharma is one of the leading writers on the Cricket category, also the guy who knows more about indie Pro Wrestling News than the rest in the team. Arguably his articles receive the most number of hits and he is an engaging hard worker! Elegant and passionate!

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