WWE News: AJ Styles-Led The Club To Get A Fourth Member
It’s always good to see The ‘Good Brothers’ around the scene back together. AJ Styles has reunited with his former brethren Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to reform the faction on WWE Raw. In case you don’t know, it’s the same team that dominated NJPW when the trio resided in the Japanese promotion.
WWE must have brought the band together in order to ensure a resident faction’s presence on Monday Night Raw. For those who love seeing AJ Styles and Co. on TV, must be delighted to know that WWE creative does have a big planning in-store for the trio in the near future. Booking for them would be far better than the last time around. Plus, they would be getting a new fourth member for the team!
None other than Finn Balor is the concerned name who would be joining The Club led by AJ Styles. This means a full-fledged reunion is waiting for them as we move forward in 2019. Back at Extreme Rules PPV, Finn Balor lost the WWE Intercontinental Title to Shinsuke Nakamura. It was a surprising decision for the fans since the feud had barely picked up the pace.
Brad Shepard picked up the situation and reported that Paul Heyman was the man behind this decision. The new executive director for Monday Night Raw was the one to take away the title from him to ensure that he can re-join with some old friends once again. There’s no further update on how the storyline can play out in the future as Finn Balor is set for a hiatus from WWE programming.
But the veteran source confirmed that Heyman took the move to boost up Balor’s career. It’s safe to say that the creative team did not do justice to this talent ever since he joined the main roster. But joining The Club may turn him into a villain which remains the only option to save his career. A heel Balor would be a fresh and interesting element for the WWE Universe.
According to a source in #WWE, The Club will be a far cry from the “bumbling villains” who constantly come up short as they have in the past – they will dominate. #ExtremeRules https://t.co/UDALAv9dFL
— Brad Shepard (@TheBradShepard) July 15, 2019
Plus, Shepard also added that The Club used to fun things together when they had one last run in 2016. That thing did not end well since the brand extension draft split them up. This time around, they will be much more focused on their heel antics to make their presence felt,
“According to a source in #WWE, The Club will be a far cry from the “bumbling villains” who constantly come up short as they have in the past – they will dominate.”
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