Swoggle On His 'Brother' David Finlay Leading Bullet Club: I Have Full Reign To Be In Bullet Club

Swoggle is seemingly down to join Bullet Club.

Swoggle, formerly known as Hornswoggle in WWE, was part of the infamous WWE storyline where he was revealed as Vince McMahon's illegitimate son. It was then revealed that his biological father was actually Fit Finlay. Finlay's family continues to build its legacy in the wrestling world, especially in NJPW, as David Finlay is leading Bullet Club.

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In an interview with Nick Hausman for Haus of Wrestling on Inside The Ropes, Swoggle was asked whether he keeps in touch with his "father" Finlay. He stated that he does, and he recalled a tag team match he had with Brogan Finlay, Fit's youngest son.

“Yeah. Cool thing, a few week ago, I teamed with Brogan Finlay, his youngest son. We had a tag match in Chicago, and that coming full circle, seeing Brogan as a legit child, like child-child with his thumb in his mouth, and now tagging with him was incredible. We FaceTimed Fit after the match, and we just had a good laugh. It’s like a weird dream six-man of mind, of me, Brogan, and David, all teaming together in a weird six-man, all Fit’s kids," Swoggle said.

David Finlay's status as the leader of Bullet Club came up in the conversation, to which Swoggle replied by saying that he "doesn't do New Japan." When Hausman asked if that meant the former WWE star wasn't going to join Bullet Club, he expressed that he was open to the possibility, and he cited Scott D'Amore's status as a former member as a way to show that it wouldn't be that crazy he joined the group.

“Come on, Scott D’Amore was in Bullet Club. I have full reign to be in Bullet Club," Swoggle said.

When asked why he is not in Bullet Club, Swoggle replied, "Give me a payday, brother."

Fans will have to wait and see whether Swoggle will ever truly join Bullet Club, but at least for now, he could be considered an honorary member.

Jay White and Juice Robinson have taken Bullet Club to AEW, but they call their branch Bullet Club Gold. Clark Connors recently shared his thoughts on the situation, and you can check out his comments here.

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