After seven years, Bullet Club is still going strong and Tama Tonga wants it to last for another seven years and beyond.
During an interview with NJPW talking about the stable's last seven years, Tonga said he had faith that it woud be something that would last for many years, even in the ever-changing landscape in pro wrestling. Tonga added that he doesn't think about stuff in the short term, preferring to invest in the long term.
"I don’t think about things in the short term. I’m a long term planner. BULLET CLUB is an investment to me, and I was always going to make a long term investment with my time and my energy," Tonga said.
Tonga, one of the original members of Bullet Club when it was forme in 2013, said he hopes that the group can stay together forever. There are maybe some who ave compared Bullet Club's growth to that of the nWo in the 1990s in WCW, but Tonga said he doesn't care much about those comparisons, focusing on his stable's identity.
"And that it will continue for more than seven years. Forever. I believe in what I do, and BULLET CLUB is what I’m doing. I know what we did reminds a lot of people about the nWo, and I respect everything that came before me, but really, I don’t give a s**t about what they did. I give a s**t about what I do, building this thing with its own identity," Tonga said.
The full interview can be seen at this link.