At AEW New Year's Smash night one, Kenny Omega, The Good Brothers, and The Young Bucks reunited for the first time since 2016.
The closing shot of the former Bullet Club members throwing up the "too sweet" hand signal went viral on social media as longtime Bullet Club fans enjoyed a moment in AEW history.
Appearing on Busted Open Radio, The Good Brothers spoke about what that moment meant for Bullet Clubs who had been patiently waiting for the reunion.
"That hand cramp, that hand gesture that maybe we're not allowed to say the name of, but we're going to do it anyway," said Gallows.
Anderson added, "Matt Jackson said [in the Young Bucks book], doing the hand gesture, [I] dubbed it the Too Sweet, so I guess I invented it, I made the name. We can do whatever we want."
On the reunion, Gallows said, "They've been waiting on it for years because even in WWE, having guys come from Bullet Club, they never got that moment with the group or any variation of the group. Once Kenny raised [too sweet] up, once we threw it up, and the Bucks were hesitant but we all came together. That was the perfect way to go off the air, the shot with our hands in the air. That was good shit."
WWE did pair The Good Brothers with AJ Styles as The Club and then The OC as a Bullet Club reunion.
While The Good Brothers don't own the "Bullet Club" trademark, AEW did file to trademark "Too Sweet" on January 14. Tama Tonga, who is a member of the current Bullet Club, has said Omega and company can have "too sweet" as Bullet Club has moved on. You can find Tama's full comments by clicking here.
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