Don Callis, on behalf of Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers, has weighed in on the Bullet Club war.
Ever since Omega, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson, and the Young Bucks threw up the "too sweet" at AEW New Year's Smash night one, a Bullet Club war has been brewing between the US crew and Japan crew. Jay White and Tama Tonga have called out the US crew for being fake while the Young Bucks have said they won't do business with the Japan crew.
Of course, KENTA, who is part of Bullet Club Japan, teamed with Omega in the main event of Wednesday's Dynamite.
Following the show, Don Callis commented on the Bullet Club war.
"I feel a little bad because, the bottom line is, when the three brothers here left Bullet Club, it actually was a good thing because it created an opportunity for some midcard guys to move up the chain and fly the flag. It's kind of like when baseball had a work stoppage and they had replacement players. The scabs came in and got an opportunity. It's like a mark fantasy camp. You get to play that you're part of the big group. We've done something really good here. It's a nice thing that we've done. Those guys are good guys, but you don't replace Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird. You can try, but this is what happens. I think the Bullet Club guys in Japan are great. I'm not familiar with what the names are, but they're flying the flag. I would like to put a stop to all the bad feelings. They called us corny, I don't know how you get over using words like that. I want to encourage all the fans to buy the merch. Get them back into the top 40 in Pro Wrestling Tees," he said.
Omega and the Good Brothers were present for the press conference, giving their quips along the way. You can view the entire press conference in the video above.
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