Wrestling Revealed

AJ Styles

Jushin Liger at MSG

Since WWE treats the live event at Madison Square Garden as a pay per view, rumors surfaced that management had signed Jushin Liger to work the show. While he has indeed signed on to work more dates for the promotion, he will not be in New York City that night. The legend from Japan has already been booked on that date in England, where he will face AJ Styles in a dream match.
August 28, 2015
Karl Anderson

New Japan revenue doubles

Back in 2012, Bushido Road purchased New Japan and put it under their corporate umbrella. It turned out to be a wise investment, as company president Takaaki Kidani has revealed that revenue has doubled in that time. That is good news for guys like AJ Styles, Young Bucks, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows and others because it means that the company will be able to continue to use them.
August 27, 2015
AJ Styles

AJ Styles hates TNA

A lot of professional wrestling fans are under the assumption that AJ Styles hates TNA because he refuses to do business with them again. However, when asked about why he turned down the offer to make a brief return and be inducted into the hall of fame, Styles stated that the decision had nothing with how he feels towards the company. He stated that the reason why he opted against it was because his home is now in ROH and New Japan.
June 4, 2015
Evan Bourne

Bullet Club ultimate finisher

A video on YouTube of the beyond incredible finishing combination moves by the Bullet Club (AJ Styles, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson) during a recent ROH match against Evan Bourne.
April 2, 2015
Karl Anderson

WWE vs Bullet Club

WWE is about to take on the Bullet Club, but it is not in the way that fans would hope for it to be. A pending legal issue is on the way, as the corporation has filed for trademark rights to the nWo hand gesture that AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson have made popular again. They state that they are doing it for merchandising reasons, but some believe they are just hurting the popular New Japan stable.
March 10, 2015
AJ Styles

Bullet Club in King of Trios

CHIKARA is doing another King of Trios event, and they have managed to pull off a bit of a coup by signing three of the most popular free agents on the independent wrestling circuit. AJ Styles, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson will be competing in the tournament and representing the Bullet Club, their massively popular stable from New Japan. No word yet on who they will be facing first that night, but there is a very good chance they win it all.
March 3, 2015
AJ Styles

Samoa Joe in Bullet Club

One of the big reasons why people believe that Samoa Joe is going to be heading to New Japan for a stint is the fact that he already has a good amount of friends that are working overseas. The belief is that he would be a perfect candidate to join the red hot Bullet Club stable. His character already has quite the history with AJ Styles, and the move would give him an immediate connection with the audience a good story line to work with.
February 22, 2015
Bullet Club

Bullet Club to Ring of Honor

A video on YouTube of the Bullet Club declaring their intentions of invading ROH at the pay per view next month. AJ Styles, Nick Jackson, Matt Jackson, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows have been signed for the show.
February 14, 2015
Nick Jackson

Bullet Club to ROH

Next month, ROH is running a pay per view to celebrate their 13 years of being a company. Management is going big by bringing in the Bullet Club, one of the hottest acts in New Japan and the entire industry. AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson have all been signed for the show. All five heels won championship gold on the same night earlier this week and should be bringing the belts with them.
February 14, 2015
AJ Styles

AJ Styles to GFW

With the way thing stand right now, it appears that AJ Styles will be the centerpiece of the GFW roster that will be unveiled early in 2015. In addition to him on very good terms with Jeff Jarrett, there is also a working relationship between his current promotion, New Japan, and Global Force Wrestling. The move would enable Styles to stay a bit closer to home during the year. It is also believed to be the reason why Styles has closed the door on WWE.
December 31, 2014