Bullet Club could have a new member.
At IMPACT Slammiversary, Switchblade Jay White made a surprise appearance following Kenny Omega's victory over Sami Callihan. The show, however, went off the air before fans could see how he responded to The Elite members throwing up the "Too Sweet" hand gesture.
On July 22, White was in the IMPACT Zone and spoke with Chris Bey at the start of the show. He said that Bey has loads of potential and offered him a spot in Bullet Club. Bey declined, saying that he walks alone. Switchblade suggested he reconsider and told him that the offer would expire soon.
Later in the night, White came to the ring and called himself 'The Real Belt Collector.' He said that he came to Slammiversary for David Finlay, who he is set to face at NJPW Resurgence on August 14. He then took shots at Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers, mocking them for using the "Too Sweet" sign like it's 2013. He also told Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson that they are only relevant when they tie their name to the club. He doesn't believe they meet Bullet Clubs standards anymore and declined their application for membership.
Don Callis and The Elite then came out and said that he should be asking for permission to join them. The Good Brothers believe he needs to be more thankful to the boys for creating something that he can live off of. A brawl then broke out between The Good Brothers and White, but Chris Bey came out to save White.
Whether or not Bey has accepted Switchblade's offer has yet to be announced.
Backstage, The Good Brothers challenged Bey and White to a tag team match on the July 29 episode of IMPACT Wrestling.
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