Jay White has commented on The Good Brothers returning to WWE, revealing that it’s all part of a master plan.
On the October 10th edition of Monday Night Raw Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows became the latest former WWE Superstars to return to the company.
After defeating Edge at Extreme Rules Finn Balor came to the ring to gloat over his victory before again turning his attention to AJ Styles. The Prince has been trying to convince his friend to join the Judgment Day in recent weeks but admitted that his patience was now wearing thin.
After Styles came to the ring he said that Balor was right, and he was fed up of having to try and fight all on his own. At this Styles kneeled before Balor and then embraced him, seemingly joining the group. However, he quickly revealed that he wasn’t talking about joining Judgment Day, instead he brought out Gallows and Anderson.
The reuniting of the OC sparked a wild brawl and Balor and Styles went toe-to-toe.
Speaking at a press conference to formally announce his clash with Kazuchika Okada at the Tokyo Dome on January 4th 2023, Jay White gave a shout out to his Bullet Club brothers.
“My turn. Champion’s turn, huh? First things first, how about we shout out the Good Brothers, huh. Gallows and Anderson making history, I don’t think you realise how big of a moment that is. Look at that. A little earlier this year, I talked about my vision for BULLET CLUB, all over the place and in all these different companies. It’s all part of the plan for the Catalyst of Professional Wrestling.”
Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson initially joined WWE in 2016, going on to win the Raw Tag Team Titles twice. The pair were released in April 2020, before heading to IMPACT Wresting, NJPW and AEW.