Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson made their debut on AEW Dynamite this week, helping out AEW World Champion Kenny Omega.
Omega defeated Fenix in the main event of the night to retain his title and looked to unleash a post-match assault before he was interrupted by Jon Moxley.
The Good Brothers made their debut and took out Moxley before the Young Bucks joined in the ring. Matt and Nick Jackson laid out Varsity Blondes and cemented their heel turn.
Omega, Young Bucks, and Good Brothers did the ‘Too Sweet’ sign to end the show, signaling the return of the Bullet Club.
These five superstars were together for several years in the Bullet Club during AJ Styles’ leadership several years ago. Gallows and Anderson followed Styles to WWE in 2016 while Young Bucks and Omega remained for a few more years.
Omega reunited with Gallows and Anderson on Impact, and they are scheduled to take on Impact World Champion Rich Swann and Motor City Machine Guns at Hard to Kill PPV.