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Vince McMahon was not happy backstage at RAW

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It seems as though The Bullet Club has declared war on WWE after their most recent actions at Monday Night RAW earlier this week.

Back in 2013 current WWE Superstar and former Universal Champion Finn Balor was doing work for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) overseas. Following a Hiroshi Tanahashi win over Karl Anderson; Balor, Bad Luck Fale, Anderson, and Tama Tonga attacked Tanahashi after the match and announced the formation of a stable between the four of them - The Bullet Club. 

Balor (who went under the name Prince Devitt) served as the leader of the group before departing to WWE a year later. This would open up the door for former Global Force Wrestling (GFW) (formerly known as TNA or Impact Wrestling) frontman AJ Styles to assume the leadership role. Styles would then depart from NJPW in order to sign with WWE two years later, and Kenny Omega took over from then on out.

Omega is currently the biggest star that NJPW has to offer and has long been rumored to be moving on to WWE soon as well. Today, The Bullet Club has some of the biggest names in the professional wrestling world associated with them, such as Bad Luck Fale, Shase Owens, Cody Rhodes, Adam Page, Omega, Leo Tonga, Marty Scurll, The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson), Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, and Yujiro Takahashi.

The Bullet Club has also had some big names in the past such as Adam Cole, AJ Styles, Bone Soldier, Cody Hall, Doc Gallows, Frankie Kazarian, Karl Anderson, and Finn Balor. They're so big that even on WWE TV some fans in attendance can be seen wearing their merchandise.

This past Monday on RAW, The Bullet Club, fronted by The Young Bucks, were outside the arena mimicking the old DX invasion segment when Triple H and Shawn Michaels declared war on WCW. Fans were loving it and took a ton of pictures of the stable, but according to a report from F4WOnline, Vince McMahon was not happy with it at all.

Bryan Alvarez reported that Vince did not find it funny at all" while his co-host Mike Sempervive said that someone inside WWE told him that “There were tickets available, they could’ve went all away with it and they chose not to.” 

What are your thoughts on McMahon not being happy with The Bullet Club and The Young Bucks being outside of the arena at Monday Night RAW earlier this week? Should they have bought tickets and gone to the show? How will the WWE respond to this if at all? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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