What was seen as a move to intimidate them is only making them stronger.
A promo aired on Ring of Honor's Twitter page yesterday that featured Cody talking about how WWE largely ignores the other companies, but recently something's changed. He accused them of piggybacking off of the Bullet Club's success. They initially invited "The McMahons" to Survival of the Fittest for free, but later changed it to anyone with photo ID with the last name "McMahon" could get 10 percent off their tickets to Survival of the Fittest.
The Bucks and the rest of the Bullet Club have been having fun with the cease and desist story from a few weeks ago. While it seemed to be a move on WWE's part in retaliation for the Bullet Club Invasion episode of Being the Elite, Bullet Club has been using it to promote their brand even further, including The Young Buck's father releasing a single called "Cease and Desist".
Survival of the Fittest is set for November 17 in San Antonio.