Let the speculation begin.
Bullet Club members Cody, The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, and Marty Scurll all took to Twitter to announce their "final" -- and coincidentally, "favorite" -- Bullet Club style shirts.
NJPW owns the Bullet Club trademark. If Cody, the Bucks, Scurll, and Page are indeed WWE bound, this would explain why the newly released shirts on the "final" Bullet Club style shirts. Of course, it could be nothing more than the Elite sub-group of Bullet Club continuing to distance themselves from the OGs, adding more fire to the on-going feud between the two groups.
The ROH/NJPW contracts of the Bullet Club Elite members are set to expire in the coming months. It was recently reported that some on the NJPW roster are starting to consider WWE as a viable option due to the new management in NJPW.
The contract situations of Bullet Club Elite is currently a major storyline on Being The Elite, the YouTube series that often blurs wrestling reality with fiction.