KENTA Joins Bullet Club At NJPW G1 Climax Finals?

The point occurred during a match between KENTA, YOSHI-HASHI and Tomohiro Ishii, who collaborated to assume the Bullet Club group of Bad Luck Fale and the Guerillas of Destiny. KENTA never communicated with the Bullet Club during the match. As Tomohiro Ishii at long last went for a tag, KENTA bailed and remained outside the ring as the game proceeded. After a couple of minutes, he returned and spread out Ishii with the running knee, permitting Tama Tonga to stick Ishii.

KENTA is the most recent individual from the Bullet Club, turning his back not just on his label group accomplices during the yet besides the individual who brought him into NJPW. Two months ago, Katsuyori Shibata reintroduced KENTA to Japanese wrestling, announcing the former Hideo Itami for the G1 Climax at NJPW’s Dominion. At the finals of the event this morning, he probably wished he had never bothered, as his charge turned on him and joined the Bullet Club in the process.

After the match, Katsuyori Shibata kept running in and quickly assaulted KENTA to tremendous applause. The remainder of the Bullet Club attempted to cut him off, yet Shibata kept them under control and set up KENTA for the PK. As Shibata hit the ropes, Jado hit him with a kendo stick. The remainder of the Bullet Club regrouped and assaulted Shibata with kendo stick shots.


KENTA sat with folded legs on Shibata, his very own posture, as he gave the ‘excessively sweet’ hand signal of the remainder of the Bullet Club. Shibata later left the ring under his very own capacity.

KENTA stands to not just pick up another degree of permeability among Bullet Club fans, yet he will likewise be a predictable warrior and product mover for NJPW. New Bullet Club individuals will, in general, remain with New Japan and their siblings for quite a while, so one can hope to see a ton of KENTA in the coming months.