Kenny Omega & Good Brothers Reform Bullet Club For Impact Hard To Kill

One of the most popular factions in wrestling has returned, as Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers came together on last night’s Impact.

Kenny Omega & Good Brothers - The Bullet Club

It appears the talk of Kenny Omega main eventing a pay-per-view for Impact Wrestling were absolutely correct.

In dramatic fashion, he teamed up with The Good Brothers last night night to essentially reform an incarnation of The Bullet Club.

The Impact main event ended with Karl Anderson rolling up Chris Sabin, pulling the tights for the advantage.

He was confronted by Impact Champion Rich Swann on the entrance ramp, before all hell broke loose backstage.

Doc Gallows attacked Swann and Sabin, before Alex Shelley managed to even things up.

It was at this point Kenny Omega left his truck and shattered a ‘cleaning in progress’ sign over Swann’s head.

This was the point the AEW Champion challenged Swann and The Motor City Machine Guns to a match at Hard To Kill on 16th January.

Don Callis used his executive power to make the match official, meaning The Cleaner and The Good Brothers will team up once more.

Hard To Kill - Omega & Good Brothers vs Swann & Motor City Machine Guns

The reformed Bullet Club may not have used their signature hand gesture, but they did at least confirm that they are “4 Life”.

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Impact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill takes place on 16th January 2021, and will be available to stream worldwide on Fite TV.

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