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WWE Reportedly "An Option" For Bullet Club

Raw or SmackDown Live anyone?

Following the conclusion of the groundbreaking All In event in Chicago last weekend, a few members of the Bullet Club got into the ring to say an impassioned few words to the 11,263 fans in attendance. During the speech, the group claimed they would stick together, with the sentiment seemingly being a statement from Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Hangman Page and Kenny Omega that they would continue to provide an alternative to WWE - resisting any temptation to join them in the process.

However, in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it is claimed that while the five wrestlers do plan to stick together, they could all head to WWE together with Uncle Dave Meltzer stating the move "is an option."

Whether this is just Meltzer speculating any and all possibilities for Bullet Club, or a claim with substance to it is up in the air at the moment. If recent (ish) comments by Cody are anything to go by, the line from Meltzer would appear to be pure speculation. The American Nightmare took to Twitter a few months ago to say that he is now " literally incapable of taking direction" - something every Superstar has to do for promos and whatnot.

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If the move does occur, it wouldn't be the first time a member of the Bullet Club has left to join WWE. Following in the footsteps of Finn Balor, AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, Adam Cole is currently enjoying great success in NXT with the Undisputed Era after leaving BC in August 2017. One has to wonder what that would mean for the former members should their old club appear on WWE programming.

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