The teases are not stopping.
When asked on Twitter about potential new members joining Bullet Club, Cody Rhodes let everyone know that he no longer has anything to do with the group.
This is just the latest tease from Cody, who has taken fans on an emotional rollercoaster with every social media post and interview.
Earlier this month Cody, The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, and Marty Scurll all announced that they would be releasing their "final Bullet Club style" t-shirts. Following his loss to Nick Aldis at the NWA 70th Anniversary Event, Cody posted on Instagram that he will be "transitioning to a new role in pro wrestling."
Current Bullet Club member Tama Tonga has wished members of The Elite well in WWE, hinting that their future has already been decided.
Prior to All In, Cody revealed that he, the Bucks, Hangman Page, and Kenny Omega will be sticking together as a group. Following the event, All In 2 has been hinted at multiple times. A recent report suggested that they will be joining Chris Jericho and Jim Ross in a new wrestling promotion. However, Jericho laughed off the report and no new information has come out since the initial report.
The contract situation of The Elite has been turned into a storyline on Being The Elite that will likely continue up until an official announcement is made.
Jay White joined the Bullet Club at King of Pro Wrestling. He is quick to point out that he is not the leader of the group and that the members are equal.