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WWE uses the name “Bullet Club” on social media and The Young Bucks respond

Something pretty awesome happened on Raw this week when Finn Balor introduced his partners for a six-man tag match as The Club. Anderson, Gallows, and Balor have been on the same show for far too long and kept apart. They’re good brothers indeed and it was a pretty awesome moment when the three reunited. On that note, the rest of Raw was pretty good this week too and you can check out our nifty under five-minute review of the night just in case you missed anything or you want to add something special to your day.

Now, back to the case at hand. Everyone knows they were The Bullet Club in New Japan Pro Wrestling, but you can’t say that on WWE television. After all, Jimmy Jacobs couldn’t even take a picture with his Bullet Club bros without being fired and that was before they were toxic due to that pretty entertaining Raw Invasion deal they pulled off.

Well, WWE’s UK Twitter account might need to be refreshed on company policy at this point because even Michael Cole referred to The Bullet Club as “The Infamous Club” whenever he had to make a reference to the BC during TLC as AJ Styles and Finn Balor collided in epic fashion.

Since Jimmy Jacobs was axed for taking a selfie, it can probably be safe to say someone on WWE UK’s social media team might be having a bad day.

It looks like WWE UK might delete the tweet, and just in case, here’s a more permanent version to enjoy.

The Young Bucks saw this because plenty of people alerted them to it and at this point, both of them replied.

While Nick has a sentimental response concerning how he misses his old friends, Matt took a much different approach. Both responses are pretty great, to be honest. It’s nice to know The Bullet Club has something to entertain them while they count down the hours to Wrestle Kingdom 12, whoever thought it would be one of WWE’s social media accounts?

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