The Bullet Club reunion to close AEW New Year's Smash night one wasn't a plan, it was a vision.
After dispatching of Jon Moxley and various AEW wrestlers; Kenny Omega, The Good Brothers, and The Young Bucks embraced with a "too sweet" as AEW went off the air on Wednesday. Omega had been making regular appearances on IMPACT television since winning the AEW World Title, but this marked the first time Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows appeared on AEW and the first time all five men had been together since The Good Brothers left NJPW for WWE in 2016.
Speaking to David Penzer on Sitting Ringside, Don Callis discussed how things came together.
"Kenny and I don't come up with plans day-to-day. This whole thing that happened was visualized by us over one year ago, over the Christmas holiday in 2019. It played out exactly as we had envisioned and discussed it. While it was a huge surprise for people in the industry, for us it was just the culmination of things we've been talking about for some time. Things are not over yet," said Callis.
Omega is set to appear on Tuesday's IMPACT alongside Callis. He will also be teaming with The Good Brothers to take on Rich Swann and the Motor City Machine Guns at IMPACT Hard To Kill on Saturday.
Karl Anderson also spoke about the Bullet Club reunion on Talk N Shop. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
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