The Biz Cliz were greeted by a familiar face at IMPACT Slammiversary.
After Kenny Omega successfully retained his IMPACT World Championship versus Sami Callihan, he was joined in the ring by Don Callis and The Good Brothers. Their victory celebration was cut short, however, as 'Switchblade' Jay White made a surprise appearance.
The New Japan Pro Wrestling star came face-to-face with Omega but didn't move when Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows threw up the 'Too Sweet' hand gesture. White is not only the NJPW NEVER Openweight Champion but also the leader of Bullet Club, a faction that Omega and The Good Brothers belonged to once upon a time.
Just then, Juice Robinson and David Finlay came out and attacked Switchblade. White proceeded to hit his finish on Juice and left. He is scheduled to face Finlay at New Japan's 'Resurgence' event on August 14 in Los Angeles.
How involved White will be on IMPACT and/or AEW television remains to be seen, but Fightful will keep you updated should any information become available.
Earlier in the night, IMPACT announced that Bound For Glory 2021 will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Furthermore, it was teased that All Elite Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and AAA Lucha Libre will all be involved in this year's installment of the annual event.
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