Last night on WWE’s Monday Night RAW, Machine Gun Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows appeared on the show and the internet wrestling community collectively lost their shit. If your knowledge of professional wrestling doesn’t stretch much further beyond the WWE, you may be wondering why fans were going crazy for the guy who used to be Festus and an independent wrestling journeyman. The reason for that is because the infiltration of pro wrestling’s most infamous stable of the last three years, The Bullet Club, has made its way onto WWE television.
Some people may have referred to The Bullet Club as the lovechild of D-Generation X and the nWo. Some people believe that the “Biz Cliz” is a group that “smart marks” attach themselves to in order to seem cool. Many people believe the Bullet Club is currently the most influential group in wrestling. But one question remains: what the hell is “The Bullet Club?”
Well, that’s what STASHED is here for folks. If you don’t have the patience to watch three years of New Japan Pro Wrestling, Global Force Wrestling, CMLL or Ring of Honor, STASHED is here to catch you up to speed on everything you need to know about the hottest stable to never step foot in the WWE.
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