The Good Brothers Debut In AEW

Bullet Club reunited...

Following his IMPACT Wrestling debut, Kenny Omega quickly struck up a partnership with his old Bullet Club stablemates Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson and the three men will team together at Hard To Kill on January 16. 

The partnership crossed over into All Elite Wrestling last night as The Good Brothers debuted in AEW at the end of Dynamite. 

After Kenny Omega had defeated Rey Fenix to retain the AEW World Championship, Don Callis cut to the titantron to show Penta El Zero M and PAC being beaten up by Eddie Kingston, The Butcher and The Blade. The Invisible Hand then told Omega to finish off Fenix, but they were quickly halted by an angry Jon Moxley who headed to the ring and attacked The Best Bout Machine with a barbed wire baseball bat. 

Suddenly, The Good Brothers emerged from out of nowhere and ambushed The Death Rider. Omega then got back to his feet and the former Bullet Club members attacked Moxley and the wrestlers at ringside.

Omega and The Good Brothers only stopped their assault on AEW talent after The Young Bucks charged to the ring and confronted them. While they were talking, Griff Garrison and Brian Pillman Jr. grabbed Omega, but they were quickly disposed of following a steel chair shot from Gallows and a Superkick from Matt Jackson. 

Then to end Dynamite, The Good Brothers and Omega held their hands in the air for the too sweet. The Bucks appeared reluctant at first but ultimately joined their friends in the pose as the show went off the air. 

With that, Bullet Club was reunited on AEW: Dynamite. How long it lasts remains to be seen. 

Share this post

WWE Raw Legends Night Draws Highest Ratings In Months

Next WWE NXT TakeOver Set For Valentine's Day

Aidan Gibbons

Written by Aidan Gibbons

Journalist/Editor-in-Chief of Twitter: @theaidangibbons