Bullet Club's Jay White Turns On Guerrillas Of Destiny At IMPACT No Surrender
What next for Bullet Club?
A second Bullet Club civil war seemingly began on Saturday's IMPACT Plus special, No Surrender.
Bullet Club's Guerrillas Of Destiny made their IMPACT debuts earlier this year and they challenged former Bullet Club members The Good Brothers for the IMPACT World Tag Team Title at No Surrender.
Jay White had teamed with Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa since their IMPACT debuts, but it was all seemingly a part of The Switchblade's plan and he turned on the Bullet Club tag team during No Surrender.
Near the end of the IMPACT World Tag Team Title match, Chris Bey distracted the official at ringside and this provided the opening for Jay White to sneak into the ring and take out Tanga Loa with a Blade Runner. The Good Brothers then finished the match with a Magic Killer before the 1-2-3.
The shocks then continued as Jay White, Chris Bey and The Good Brothers had a 'too sweet' in the middle of the ring, with Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows appearing to rejoin Bullet Club while G.O.D are out of the faction.
The betrayal of G.O.D follows Jay White's AEW debut and The Switchblade aligning with other former Bullet Club members Adam Cole and The Young Bucks.
How White's actions will affect the future of Bullet Club ultimately remains to be seen. The faction did previously have a civil war in 2018 which ended with the likes of The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page leaving the group.