Cody Rhodes Reveals How Bullet Club Will Handle the Future When Their ROH and NJPW Contracts Expire

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Cody Rhodes participated in a Starrcast conference call earlier today to hype the upcoming Starrcast weekend and “ALL IN” event, and during the call Rhodes addressed the future of the Bullet Club as their contracts are soon set to expire with ROH and NJPW.

“As far as what’s next, I really wish I could answer, ” said Cody, via PWInsider.com. “A lot has happened in the last few weeks. A lot of discussions about the future. One thing that’s special about this, and I have to be rather cagey in answering, one thing that is special about this group is we have verbally committed to each other and I don’t know that that’s ever been done in the history of professional wrestling, where I have verbally committed to The [Young] Bucks, Kenny Omega, Hangman Page. There’s this verbal commitment that the next step we take because it’s no secret – our contracts are all up…what happens next? The next step we take, we’re going to take it together and we’re going to take it as a family. It could be the dumbest move ever.  Wrestling is sorta a shady business or we can do what my gut tells me, the right call.”

With regards to the Bullet Club’s contracts, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks will see their ROH deals expire at the end of the year, while Kenny Omega’s NJPW deal expires in January of 2019. The main reason why Cody, The Bucks, Omega, and Page are not being advertised for the G1 Supercard event at MSG is that their futures in ROH and NJPW are uncertain.

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