EXCLUSIVE: Chris Bey Explains Bullet Club's Actions At IMPACT Wrestling's No Surrender 2022
The Bullet Club and IMPACT Wrestling star spoke with Cultaholic Wrestling's Ross Tweddell on STRAIGHT TO HELL
IMPACT Wrestling's No Surrender IMPACT Plus special saw the Bullet Club line-up change significantly.
Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa were brought to IMPACT by Bullet Club leader Jay White to finally face the Good Brothers. However, White would turn on the Guerrillas of Destiny, handing Gallows and Anderson the win on the night.
Not only did this mean the Good Brothers retained their IMPACT World Tag Team Title, but White also gave them their spot back in the Bullet Club at the expense of Tonga and Loa.
Speaking with Cultaholic Wrestling's Ross Tweddell on the latest episode of STRAIGHT TO HELL, Chris Bey - who provided a distraction on the ramp towards the end of that IMPACT World Tag Team Title match - explained his and White's actions: "What’s going on with Bullet Club is the 2022 takeover of professional wrestling again.
"You gotta make things fresh but also keep them somewhat the same. Out with the old, in with the new old, and with the addition of myself and Jay White, and Bullet Club is about to takeover the wrestling world once again."
When asked if GoD fell into the bracket of "new old," Bey claimed there wasn't room for their egos in this newest incarnation of Bullet Club: “The thing about Tama and Tanga is they have some big egos. They have some very big egos, and I don’t know if big egos fall into the Bullet Club mantra.
"I don’t know if you know what the Bullet Club is about, but we’re not big ego guys. They couldn’t fit in the same room as us anymore. If you really want more information, you’re going to have to speak with Jay White on this."