Omega along with his associate Don Callis were speaking with Alex Marvez after the show, Callis quick to comment that what they just did topped what happened during the Winter Is Coming show at the beginning of December where the two became an alliance.
So, you didn’t think we could follow what we did at Winter Is Coming? But then tonight, what did we do Kenny? We got the band back together, my god! What you got tonight, you didn’t just get Kenny Omega beating Fenix. You also got the invisible hand Don Callis, you got The Good Brothers from Impact Wrestling showing up out of nowhere, no-one thought that could happen. And now, you’ve got the Young Bucks coming out for the little family reunion.
Also announced during the interview was The Elite (Omega and The Young Bucks) Reunion, they’ll be back in action in a six-man tag team match on Night 2 of AEW Dynamite New Year’s Smash next week. Their opponents weren’t revealed but while speaking about the match, Callis said, “It’s booked. Let’s get the band back together one more time. Elite reunion.”
Kenny was a delight to watch, clearly very happy with his win over Fenix he visibly agreed with everything Don was saying, chiming in to add:
We warned you guys, the clues were there, weren’t you listening? I told you we were just getting started.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) January 7, 2021
The Bullet Club was conceived in New Japan Pro-Wrestling back in early 2013 where Finn Balor (then Prince Devitt) turned on his longtime tag partner Ryusuke Taguchi to form the villainous group partnered with Bad Luck Fale.
Since, The Bullet Club has been reimagined in many ways and had leadership squabbles from some of wrestling’s biggest names including Adam Cole, AJ Styles, Cody Rhodes and of course Kenny Omega to name a few. We’re not knowing yet where this frightening new collaboration will lead, but it’s certainly an exciting time to be a wrestling fan.