Current and former Bullet Club members reacted on social media to the meeting at WWE's TLC event between former Bullet Club leaders AJ Styles and Finn Balor.
Styles and Balor wrestled at TLC, facing off for the first time ever in a late change made after Bray Wyatt was pulled off of TLC due to illness. Previously, both were leaders of Bullet Club, which has been one of the top stables in New Japan Pro Wrestling for the past several years and also crossed over to Ring of Honor last year.
Another former Bullet Club member currently in WWE, Karl Anderson, sent out this tweet:
Current Bullet Club members to react to the match included Tama Tonga and Bad Luck Fale, who have been part of Bullet Club since its inception under Balor.
After their match, Styles and Balor gave one another the "Too Sweet" gesture, which has continued to be used by Bullet Club in their absence but also has been the subject of a recent cease-and-desist lawsuit by WWE against the Young Bucks -- also Bullet Club members -- over their use of the gesture.
AJ Styles would reply to the situation on Twitter, stating that it wasn't a directive from Vince McMahon. "Vince had nothing to do with the 2 sweet between Fin[spelled inoccrectly] and I. In fact, I say it was two men showing the world that we haven’t forgotten where we came from. Forever we will love our BC brothers."