Based on recent social media posts by The Young Bucks, Marty Scurll and Cody Rhodes, it looks like their time in the Bullet Club is coming to an end.
Earlier this week, Rhodes said on Instagram that he is beginning a transition into a new role in pro wrestling. On 10/15 Rhodes tweeted, “Wrestlers have never been more talented and responsible. The people in charge of wrestlers have never been more clueless and irresponsible. Need to band together.”
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter said that the 10/15 tweet was about a player’s league and wrestling having the same standards as other popular forms of entertainment. Thanks to his time on the set of the “Arrow” TV series, Rhodes has Screen Actors Guild insurance but many wrestlers do not have that option. Meltzer added that the 10/15 tweet had nothing to do with any recent decisions or changes in NJPW or ROH.
Scurll, Rhodes and The Young Bucks announced last week that the recent shirts up on Pro Wrestling Tees would be the final ones sold of them under the Bullet Club name.
In a post from earlier today, Rhodes made it clear that he has moved on from BC.
The Bullet Club is all Jay’s thing now. Loved being part of it! Met some good folks. https://t.co/lEn7E8X4af
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) October 24, 2018