The war between the Bullet Club has continued on social media.
Things started with Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa putting out a video looking for new recruits to join them in Bullet Club.
Tonga, Loa, and Bad Luck Fale split from the Kenny Omega-led Bullet Club in July at the G1 Special in San Francisco. The Bullet Club OGs/Firing Squad/Guerilla's Of Destiny caused havoc in the G1 tournament, constantly interfering in matches involving Fale and Tonga. At the G1 Finals, Tonga, Loa, and Taiji Ishimori defeated Bullet Club members The Young Bucks and Marty Scurll to win the NEVER Openweight Six-Man Titles.
Cody Rhodes, who had his own issues with Omega prior to July, responded to Tonga's recruiting efforts.
As Rhodes has said in the past; Bullet Club is fine. After their war at the G1 Special in San Francisco, Omega and Cody found common ground in the face of the OGs turning against them.
Despite Cody wanting Tonga and company to head to Florida, Tonga assured everyone that they'll be in NJPW for a long time.
The Young Bucks will defend their IWGP Tag Team Titles against the Guerillas of Destiny at Fighting Spirit Unleashed on Sept. 30.