After the recent episode of AEW Dynamite, Don Callis held a press conference with Kenny Omega and the Good Brothers, Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows, to talk about tensions between them and the Bullet Club in Japan.
Since Omega, the Good Brothers, and the Young Bucks reunited in an AEW ring and threw up the “too sweet” sign, there has been some hostility thrown towards them by the Bullet Club members in Japan who have called them “fake”.
Callis stated that neither he nor Omega or the Good Brothers wanted there to be “bad feelings” between them and the Japan crew. He did, however, hint that the Bullet Club members in America were the superior version.
“I feel a little bad because, the bottom line is, when the three brothers here left Bullet Club, it actually was a good thing because it created an opportunity for some midcard guys to move up the chain and fly the flag,” he said.
Callis then went on to compare the situation to “scabs” during a baseball work stoppage and, while the current lineup in Japan are “good guys” they are not to the level of the guys who left.
Even so, he would like to “put a stop to all the bad feeling” and encouraged fans to “buy the merch.”
“Get them back into the top 40 in Pro Wrestling Tees,” he said.