It sure didn't take long for Jimmy Jacobs to see his Bullet Club friends again.
Jacobs appeared on Ring of Honor's Global Wars Chicago event after Bullet Club leader Kenny Omega defended his IWGP United States championship against Yoshi-Hashi. After the match, Bullet Club wanted to take a selfie and Jacobs arrived in the crowd with a phone and they take the photo, playing off of the selfie that contributed to him losing his job.
Jacobs made rounds on wrestling social media by taking a selfie with several Bullet Club members on the same day the stable staged an "invasion" of sorts in California outside of the venue WWE was having Monday Night RAW. The fallout of the invasion, which was filmed for an episode of the "Being the Elite" YouTube series was massive. The Young Bucks got hit with a cease and desist letter over the usage of the "Too Sweet" hand gesture and Jacobs was fired from his WWE job after he took the selfie.
The former WWE employee is no stranger to Ring of Honor fans. Jacobs spent 12 years competing for the company, winning the ROH World Tag Team Championship five times. Jacobs then joined WWE's creative team in 2015. After he was fired, Jacobs put out a t-shirt for sale with the selfie in the shirt's design.
Global Wars has made a lot of news pertaining to the Bullet Club. The Young Bucks cut a promo on WWE during ROH Global Wars Buffalo regarding the cease and desist letter and Jacobs' firing among other actions WWE has done as of late.