Jay White Appears At The End Of Impact Slammiversary

Paid a visit to some ex-Club members

Former IWGP Heavyweight champion, and current NEVER Openweight champion, Jay White appeared at Impact's Slammiversary in Nashville, following the conclusion of the main event.

After Impact World champion Kenny Omega defeated Sami Callihan in a blood-filled No Disqualification match, he was greeted by associates Don Callis, Doc Gallows, and Karl Anderson. As the quartet threw up the "Too Sweet" hand gesture, the lights suddenly went out, and unfamiliar music played. White then made his entrance with the Openweight belt, to the shock of Omega and company.

White entered the ring, where the Super Elite members offered the hand gesture to him. Before he could decide whether or not to return it, White was attacked by Juice Robinson and David Finlay Jr. White managed to take out Robinson before bailing from the ring (The attack took place after Slammiversary went off air; Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful was in the building, and confirmed what happened post-PPV. It's not clear of the attack was meant to air, as the show cut off just as one of the two began rushing the ring).

White joined Bullet Club on October 8, 2018, approximately three weeks before Omega (along with The Young Bucks) departed from the group.

White and Omega are among four individuals that have reigned as IWGP Heavyweight champion while part of Bullet Club (the others being AJ Styles and EVIL).

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